Friday, March 6, 4:30-6:00 pm, at the Kauai Historical Society office and lobby of the Historic County Building
Kekaha Plantation’s History Preserved in Maps: A Complete Catalog. Saved from being dumped, about 1,000 maps and engineering drawings from Kekaha Plantation are now preserved and cataloged at the Kauai Historical Society. Archivists Malina Pereza and Marianne Buley identified key descriptions and data from the documents, entered them into our database and filed them in archive drawers. These chronicles of land division, infrastructure, construction, and field engineering will be useful in planning future development of Kekaha. In memory of Malina, Marianne Buley and the Kauai Historical Society will provide a glimpse of this large segment of island history that is now preserved.
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Our Physical address is:
Historic County Building
4396 Rice Street
Lihue, HI 96766
Hours of Operation
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Kaua‘i Historical Society
P.O. Box 1778, Lihu‘e, HI 96766
Telephone: (808) 245-3373
Fax: (808) 245-8693
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