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  1. Large name index. Very interesting really. http://www.kekoolani.org/pages/kekoolani%20genealogy%20database%20(paf)/index3.htm
  2. Large name index. Very interesting really. http://www.kekoolani.org/pages/kekoolani%20genealogy%20database%20(paf)/index3.htm View full record
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    Welcome to Hawaii

    Welcome to our discussion forums for the state of Hawaii. We are beginning to place more content on our website in the hope you will find something of interest to you. In the coming weeks we will begin to add more information concerning the state. If you have any historical or genealogical information that you think is worth sharing, please post in the state forum section of the website. We are always looking for pictures that depict the character of the state. If you have some of your own photos that you would be willing to share on the site, please send us an email or post a new topic to let us know. We would love to add your pictures and display them on the state page. Another of our efforts is to place some of the significant historical events on the state calendar. Let us know which events you think should be included.
  4. USHI

    Welcome to Hawaii

    Welcome to our discussion forums for the state of Hawaii. We are beginning to place more content on our website in the hope you will find something of interest to you. In the coming weeks we will begin to add more information concerning the state. If you have any historical or genealogical information that you think is worth sharing, please post in the state forum section of the website. We are always looking for pictures that depict the character of the state. If you have some of your own photos that you would be willing to share on the site, please send us an email or post a new topic to let us know. We would love to add your pictures and display them on the state page. Another of our efforts is to place some of the significant historical events on the state calendar. Let us know which events you think should be included. View full record
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    Hawaii Photo Album

    We have established our Hawaii State Gallery. This album is now ready to receive images that are relevant to various aspects of State history and genealogy. These images will display in prominent places on our various web pages, so please consider donating any digital images you feel would be nice for others to view. As long as they are not copyrighted or it is owned by you, please contact us to submit your photos. We will provide you credit for any images provided.
  6. USHI

    Hawaii Photo Album

    We have established our Hawaii State Gallery. This album is now ready to receive images that are relevant to various aspects of State history and genealogy. These images will display in prominent places on our various web pages, so please consider donating any digital images you feel would be nice for others to view. As long as they are not copyrighted or it is owned by you, please contact us to submit your photos. We will provide you credit for any images provided. View full record
  7. OGSH Mission Statement is: To Promote, Preserve and Perpetuate our Okinawa family heritage through Education, Research and Networking. http://www.huoa.org/nuuzi/genealogy.html
  8. OGSH Mission Statement is: To Promote, Preserve and Perpetuate our Okinawa family heritage through Education, Research and Networking. http://www.huoa.org/nuuzi/genealogy.html View full record
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    Hawaiian History

    “The Aloha State” became the 50th state in 1959, but the history of Hawaii goes back centuries earlier. Roughly 1,500 years ago, Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands first set foot on Hawaii Island. With only the stars to guide them, they miraculously sailed over 2000 miles in canoes to migrate to the Islands. Resource: http://www.gohawaii.com/en/statewide/travel-tips/history/ HawaiiHistory.org was developed for anyone who wants to learn more about Hawaii or is interested in contributing to a broader understanding of our island home. Early historical timeline for Hawaii: http://www.deephawaii.com/hawaiianhistory.htm. View full record
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    Hawaiian History

    “The Aloha State” became the 50th state in 1959, but the history of Hawaii goes back centuries earlier. Roughly 1,500 years ago, Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands first set foot on Hawaii Island. With only the stars to guide them, they miraculously sailed over 2000 miles in canoes to migrate to the Islands. Resource: http://www.gohawaii.com/en/statewide/travel-tips/history/ HawaiiHistory.org was developed for anyone who wants to learn more about Hawaii or is interested in contributing to a broader understanding of our island home. Early historical timeline for Hawaii: http://www.deephawaii.com/hawaiianhistory.htm.
  11. THE HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, established in 1892, is a private non-profit organization created by a group of prominent citizens dedicated to preserving historical materials, presenting public lectures, and publishing scholarly research on the history of Hawai’i. Queen Lili’uokalani was an early patron of the Society. https://www.hawaiianhistory.org/
  12. THE HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, established in 1892, is a private non-profit organization created by a group of prominent citizens dedicated to preserving historical materials, presenting public lectures, and publishing scholarly research on the history of Hawai’i. Queen Lili’uokalani was an early patron of the Society. https://www.hawaiianhistory.org/ View full record
  13. No one knows for certain when Honolulu was founded. Hawaiian oral histories and modern archeology indicate a settlement in Honolulu about 1100 A.D., but it may have been settled earlier as the first Polynesian migrants arrived nearly 2,000 years ago. https://www1.honolulu.gov/cchnl.htm View full record
  14. No one knows for certain when Honolulu was founded. Hawaiian oral histories and modern archeology indicate a settlement in Honolulu about 1100 A.D., but it may have been settled earlier as the first Polynesian migrants arrived nearly 2,000 years ago. https://www1.honolulu.gov/cchnl.htm
  15. The second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui, was named after the Polynesian navigator who discovered the islands. Legend says that he named the island after his son. http://www.waimea.com/maui/history.html The Polynesians are said to be one of the earliest settlers of Maui and they are believed to have inhabited the island even before 450 A.D. This group of people was responsible for establishing Maui's traditional culture -- language, land tenure, religion, kapu system, economy, and the hereditary class system View full record
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