National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii

This is a list of properties and historic districts in Hawaii listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More than 340 listings appear on all but one of Hawaii's main islands (Niihau being the exception) and the Northwestern Islands, and in all of its five counties. Included are houses, schools, archeological sites, ships, shipwrecks and various other types of listings. These properties and districts are listed by island, beginning at the northwestern end of the chain.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 11, 2019.[1]
Hawaii map new
Islands and counties of Hawaii

Current listings by island and county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by island and county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site, all of which list properties simply by county;[3] they are here divided by island for the sake of easier navigation. There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings, and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis.[4] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. The number of NRHP listings on each island are documented by tables in each of the individual island lists, and the number of listings in each county is determined by adding the totals of the islands in that county. Kalawao and Maui counties are the sole exception: Kalawao County is a peninsula on Molokai, which is otherwise a part of Maui County.

Island # of Sites
1 Northwestern Hawaiian Islands 3
2 Niihau 0
3 Kauai 38
4 Oahu 166
5 Molokai 27
6 Lanai 2
7 Maui 39
8 Kahoolawe 1
9 Hawaii 86
TOTAL 362
County # of Sites
1 Hawaii 86
2 Honolulu 169
3 Kalawao 2
4 Kauai 38
5 Maui 67
TOTAL 362

Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

NHINM
Location of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Many small islands, all uninhabited, lie northwest of Kauai. They are included in Honolulu County,[a] despite the vast distance between them and Oahu.[5]

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Necker Island Archeological District
Necker Island Archeological District
June 13, 1988
(#88000641)
Address Restricted
23°34′00″N 164°42′00″W / 23.5667°N 164.7°W
Necker Island Part or all of the island
2 Nihoa Island Archeological District
Nihoa Island Archeological District
June 13, 1988
(#88000640)
Address Restricted
23°03′41″N 161°55′32″W / 23.06141°N 161.92543°W
Nihoa Island Part or all of the island
3 TWO BROTHERS (New England whaling ship) Shipwreck
TWO BROTHERS (New England whaling ship) Shipwreck
August 7, 2017
(#100001416)
Address Restricted
French Frigate Shoals

Kauai

Map of Hawaii highlighting Kauai
Location of Kauai

Kauai is the northernmost of the major islands of Hawaii, and except for Niihau, the westernmost. Together with Niihau, it forms Kauai County.

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Bishop National Bank of Hawaii
Bishop National Bank of Hawaii
November 29, 1978
(#78001026)
Hawaii Route 50
21°57′17″N 159°39′59″W / 21.954614°N 159.66648°W
Waimea Now First Hawaiian Bank, 4525 Panako Rd., Waimea
2 Camp Sloggett
Camp Sloggett
August 5, 1993
(#93000773)
Southwest of Hawaii Route 550
22°07′26″N 159°39′02″W / 22.123791°N 159.650499°W
Koke'e State Park Now YWCA Camp
3 Civilian Conservation Corps Camp in Koke'e State Park
Civilian Conservation Corps Camp in Koke'e State Park
December 20, 1996
(#96001504)
Hawaii Route 550 at Kokeʻe State Park Headquarters
22°07′51″N 159°39′33″W / 22.130842°N 159.659174°W
Koke'e State Park
4 Cook Landing Site
Cook Landing Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000298)
2 miles (3.2 km) southwest of Hawaii Route 50
21°57′11″N 159°39′56″W / 21.953096°N 159.665659°W
Waimea
5 Charles Gay House November 1, 1984
(#84000203)
Gay Rd.
21°58′00″N 159°39′39″W / 21.966649°N 159.66074°W
Waimea
6 Grove Farm
Grove Farm
June 25, 1974
(#74000722)
On Hawaii Route 58, about 1-mile (1.6 km) southeast of Lihue
21°57′59″N 159°22′06″W / 21.966251°N 159.368203°W
Lihue Homestead of plantation owner George N. Wilcox, built 1864, converted to museum in 1978
7 Grove Farm Company Locomotives
Grove Farm Company Locomotives
January 19, 1979
(#79000761)
Off Hawaii Route 50
21°58′06″N 159°23′50″W / 21.968333°N 159.397222°W
Puhi
8 Gulick-Rowell House
Gulick-Rowell House
April 15, 1978
(#78001027)
Missionary Row (now Huakai Rd.)
21°57′41″N 159°40′19″W / 21.961389°N 159.671944°W
Waimea Across from Waimea Canyon Middle School, on way to Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital, first built 1829 by Rev. Peter Johnson Gulick, completed by Rev. George Rowell in 1846
9 Haena Archeological Complex November 16, 1984
(#84000257)
Beyond Ha'ena State Park at end of Hawaii Route 560 between high cliffs and rocky shore of Kēʻē Bay
22°13′10″N 159°35′05″W / 22.219524°N 159.584844°W
Hanalei Sites: (1) house of high chief Lohiʻau (lover of Hi'iaka); (2) Ke-ahu-a-Laka hālau hula platform; (3) Ka-ulu-a-paʻoa heiau platform[8]
10 Hanalei Elementary School
Hanalei Elementary School
March 14, 1990
(#90000344)
5-5161 Kuhio Hwy.
22°12′10″N 159°29′46″W / 22.202658°N 159.496031°W
Hanalei Built 1926
11 Hanalei Pier
Hanalei Pier
September 13, 1979
(#79000757)
Hanalei Bay
22°12′45″N 159°29′52″W / 22.212577°N 159.497884°W
Hanalei
12 Hanapepe Town Lot No. 18
Hanapepe Town Lot No. 18
October 13, 1993
(#93001033)
Hanapepe Rd. west of its junction with Ko Rd.
21°54′41″N 159°35′10″W / 21.911436°N 159.586132°W
Hanapepe Former pool hall
13 Haraguchi Rice Mill
Haraguchi Rice Mill
August 25, 1983
(#83000252)
Ohiki Rd.
22°12′35″N 159°28′36″W / 22.209722°N 159.476667°W
Hanalei In Hanalei Valley, one of four former rice mills
14 Kaua'i Belt Road-North Shore section
Kaua'i Belt Road-North Shore section
February 11, 2004
(#03001048)
Hawaii Route 560
22°12′43″N 159°31′40″W / 22.211944°N 159.527778°W
Princeville All or part of Hawaii Route 560
15 Kikiaola
Kikiaola
November 16, 1984
(#84000270)
Menehune Rd., Waimea
21°58′31″N 159°39′35″W / 21.975278°N 159.659722°W
Waimea A historic ditch purportedly built by the Menehune
16 Kilauea Plantation Head Bookkeeper's House
Kilauea Plantation Head Bookkeeper's House
August 5, 1993
(#93000774)
2421 Kolo Rd.
22°12′18″N 159°24′36″W / 22.205037°N 159.41001°W
Kilauea
17 Kilauea Plantation Head Luna's House
Kilauea Plantation Head Luna's House
August 5, 1993
(#93000775)
2457 Kolo Rd.
22°12′21″N 159°24′38″W / 22.205812°N 159.410632°W
Kilauea
18 Kilauea Plantation Manager's House August 5, 1993
(#93000777)
4591 Kuawa Rd.
22°12′08″N 159°24′34″W / 22.202261°N 159.409573°W
Kilauea
19 Kilauea Point Light Station
Kilauea Point Light Station
October 18, 1979
(#79000759)
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
22°13′54″N 159°24′07″W / 22.231646°N 159.402046°W
Kilauea A lighthouse located on a narrow peninsula on Kauai's northern coast
20 Kilauea School
Kilauea School
August 18, 1983
(#83000254)
2440 Kolo Rd.
22°12′22″N 159°24′34″W / 22.20617°N 159.409417°W
Kilauea Est. 1882
21 Kong Lung Store
Kong Lung Store
August 5, 1993
(#93000776)
2484 Keneke Street, on Kilauea Lighthouse Rd., half-mile north of Hawaii Route 56
22°12′44″N 159°24′25″W / 22.212318°N 159.407009°W
Kilauea Originally built to be the Kilauea Plantation store
22 Kukui Heiau
Kukui Heiau
May 18, 1987
(#86002746)
At Alakukui Point on north shore of Wailua Bay (accessible via public right-of-way between the Kauai Sands and Lae Nani Condominium)
22°03′04″N 159°19′46″W / 22.051235°N 159.329433°W
Wailua On state land donated by neighboring condo developers; now landscaped, but retains facing walls and offers good view of Wailua Bay[9]
23 Lihue Civic Center Historic District
Lihue Civic Center Historic District
December 17, 1981
(#81000204)
Off Hawaii Route 50
21°58′30″N 159°22′02″W / 21.975126°N 159.367199°W
Lihue
24 Lihue Hongwanji Mission
Lihue Hongwanji Mission
March 21, 1978
(#78001025)
North of Lihue at Hawaii Route 56
21°59′25″N 159°21′56″W / 21.990303°N 159.365633°W
Lihue At 3-3556-A Kuhio Highway, a branch of Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii
25 Menehune Fishpond
Menehune Fishpond
March 14, 1973
(#73000677)
On the Hulēʻia River south of Lihue (viewable from lookout on south side of Puhi Road)
21°56′55″N 159°22′20″W / 21.948738°N 159.372314°W
Lihue Also called Alekoko or Niamalu Pond, bounded by wall 900 yards long at large bend in Hulēʻia River[10]
26 Na Pali Coast Archeological District
Na Pali Coast Archeological District
November 16, 1984
(#84000266)
Address Restricted
Hanalei
27 Old Sugar Mill of Koloa
Old Sugar Mill of Koloa
October 15, 1966
(#66000296)
Maluhia and Koloa Rds.
21°54′17″N 159°27′57″W / 21.90463°N 159.465816°W
Koloa The mill for Hawaii's first commercially successful sugarcane plantation
28 Opaekaa Road Bridge
Opaekaa Road Bridge
March 28, 1983
(#83000253)
ʻŌpaekaʻa Rd.
22°03′32″N 159°22′41″W / 22.058895°N 159.378138°W
Kapaʻa First built 1890
29 Pu'u'opae Bridge
Pu'u'opae Bridge
May 25, 2005
(#05000536)
Puʻuʻōpae Bridge between Kalama and Kipapa Rds.
22°04′06″N 159°22′23″W / 22.0684°N 159.373096°W
Kapaʻa One-lane, concrete-encased steel bridge on Puʻuʻōpae Rd. at Kipapa Rd.
30 Russian Fort
Russian Fort
October 15, 1966
(#66000299)
On Hawaii Route 50, 200 yards southwest of the bridge over the Waimea River
21°57′07″N 159°39′52″W / 21.951852°N 159.664383°W
Waimea
31 Seto Building
Seto Building
September 4, 1979
(#79000758)
4-1435 Kuhio Highway
22°04′39″N 159°19′01″W / 22.077478°N 159.31698°W
Kapaʻa
32 Sueoka Market August 16, 2019
(#100004288)
5392 Koloa Rd.
21°54′15″N 159°27′55″W / 21.9042°N 159.4654°W
Koloa
32 US Post Office-Lihue
US Post Office-Lihue
November 28, 1989
(#89002011)
4441 Rice St.
21°58′29″N 159°22′08″W / 21.974788°N 159.369004°W
Lihue ZIP code 96766
33 Wailua Complex of Heiaus
Wailua Complex of Heiaus
October 15, 1966
(#66000297)
At the mouth of the Wailua River in the Lihue District, on the eastern coast of Kauai
22°02′37″N 159°20′09″W / 22.04372°N 159.335959°W
Wailua Many ruins of old heiau, ancient Hawaiian temples
34 Waioli Mission District
Waioli Mission District
October 3, 1973
(#73000676)
Off Hawaii Route 560
22°12′04″N 159°30′04″W / 22.201111°N 159.501111°W
Hanalei Established 1834; Mission Hall, built in 1841, is oldest extant church building on the island; was Congregational, now United Church of Christ
35 Albert Spencer Wilcox Beach House
Albert Spencer Wilcox Beach House
July 30, 1993
(#93000725)
4943 Weke Rd.
22°12′35″N 159°29′44″W / 22.209651°N 159.495607°W
Hanalei
36 Albert Spencer Wilcox Building
Albert Spencer Wilcox Building
May 31, 1979
(#79000760)
4428 Rice St.
21°58′30″N 159°22′06″W / 21.975026°N 159.368257°W
Lihue Designed by Hart Wood in 1922, opened as public library in 1924, converted to Kauaʻi Museum in 1970
37 Yamase Building
Yamase Building
April 12, 1996
(#96000398)
4493 Moana Rd.
21°57′20″N 159°40′09″W / 21.955532°N 159.669033°W
Waimea

Oahu

Map of Hawaii highlighting Oahu
Location of Oahu

Oahu is the only major island in Honolulu County. The location of the city of Honolulu, Oahu is the most populous island in the state.

Molokai

Map of Hawaii highlighting Molokai
Location of Molokai

Molokai is the northernmost of the islands of Maui County. Unlike every other island in the state, it is divided between two counties: Kalawao County consists of the island's northern peninsula.

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Archeological Site (T-10) 50-60-04-702 November 3, 1982
(#82000152)
Address Restricted
Kawela
2 Archeological Site (T-108) 50-60-03-713 November 5, 1982
(#82000163)
Address Restricted
Kawela
3 Archeological Site (T-111-116; T-182) 50-60-04-710 November 5, 1982
(#82000164)
Address Restricted
Kawela
4 Archeological Site (T-12) 50-60-04-704 November 4, 1982
(#82000153)
Address Restricted
Kawela
5 Archeological Site (T-125-6; T-181) 50-60-03-714 November 5, 1982
(#82000165)
Address Restricted
Kawela
6 Archeological Site (T-134) 5060-03-718 November 5, 1982
(#82000166)
Address Restricted
Kawela
7 Archeological Site (T-135-6) 50-60-03-719 November 5, 1982
(#82000167)
Address Restricted
Kawela
8 Archeological Site (T-155, −158) 50-60-03-721 November 5, 1982
(#82000168)
Address Restricted
Kawela
9 Archeological Site (T-165-6) 50-60-03-727 November 5, 1982
(#82000169)
Address Restricted
Kawela
10 Archeological Site (T-19) 50-60-04-705 November 4, 1982
(#82000154)
Address Restricted
Kawela
11 Archeological Site (T-5, T-122, T-178) 50-60-04-142 November 3, 1982
(#82000150)
Address Restricted
Kawela
12 Archeological Site (T-57) 50-60-03-720 November 4, 1982
(#82000157)
Address Restricted
Kawela
13 Archeological Site (T-6 complex) 50-60-04-700 November 3, 1982
(#82000151)
Address Restricted .
Kawela
14 Archeological Site (T-76) 50-60-03-724 November 4, 1982
(#82000158)
Address Restricted
Kawela
15 Archeological Site (T-78) 50-60-03-723 November 4, 1982
(#82000170)
Address Restricted
Kawela
16 Archeological Site (T-79) 50-60-03-726 November 4, 1982
(#82000159)
Address Restricted
Kawela
17 Archeological Site (T-81, −100, −101, −105, −142) 50-60-03-717 November 4, 1982
(#82000160)
Address Restricted
Kawela
18 Archeological Site (T-88) 50-60-04-707 November 4, 1982
(#82000161)
Address Restricted
Kawela
19 Archeological Site (T-92) 50-60-04-708 November 5, 1982
(#82000162)
Address Restricted
Kawela
20 Archeological Site 50-60-04-140 November 3, 1982
(#82000155)
Address Restricted
Kawela
21 Archeological Site 50-60-04-144 November 3, 1982
(#82000156)
Address Restricted
Kawela
22 Southwest Moloka'i Archeological District October 15, 1986
(#86002811)
Address Restricted
Maunaloa
23 Hokukano-Ualapue Complex October 15, 1966
(#66000304)
On Hawaii Route 45
21°03′45″N 156°49′48″W / 21.062528°N 156.83°W
Ualapue One of Hawaii's most important archeological sites
24 Kamehameha V Wall, Archeological Site (T-20 and T-42-3) 50-60-04-706 November 5, 1982
(#82000174)
Address Restricted
21°03′45″N 156°49′48″W / 21.0625°N 156.8300°W
Kawela
25 R.W. Meyer Sugar Mill
R.W. Meyer Sugar Mill
September 4, 1979
(#79000762)
Hawaii Route 470
21°09′39″N 157°00′32″W / 21.160833°N 157.008889°W
Kalae

Kalawao County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Kalaupapa National Historical Park
Kalaupapa National Historical Park
January 7, 1976
(#76002145)
Coextensive with the county
21°10′40″N 156°57′36″W / 21.177778°N 156.96°W
Kalaupapa Park preserving sites of two isolation settlements for Hansen's disease sufferers.
2 U.S. Coast Guard Molokai Light
U.S. Coast Guard Molokai Light
March 25, 1982
(#82001724)
North of Kalaupapa
21°12′44″N 156°58′21″W / 21.212222°N 156.9725°W
Kalaupapa A lighthouse.

Lanai

Map of Hawaii highlighting Lanai
Location of Lanai

Lanai is the smallest of the populated islands of Maui County, lying between the islands of Maui and Molokai.

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Kaunolu Village Site
Kaunolu Village Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000303)
On southwest coast
20°44′05″N 156°57′52″W / 20.734722°N 156.964444°W
Lanai City Former fishing village, abandoned in the 1880s, that is the largest surviving ruins of a prehistoric Hawaiian village.
2 Pu'upehe Platform (50La19)
Pu'upehe Platform (50La19)
October 6, 1986
(#86002745)
Between Mānele Bay and Hulopoʻe Bay
20°44′02″N 156°53′24″W / 20.733889°N 156.89°W
Lanai City Also known as Sweetheart Rock

Maui

Map of Hawaii highlighting Maui
Location of Maui

Maui is the largest and the easternmost island of Maui County.

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Fred C. Baldwin Memorial Home
Fred C. Baldwin Memorial Home
December 1, 2011
(#11000437)
1813 Baldwin Ave.
20°53′12″N 156°20′43″W / 20.886667°N 156.345278°W
Makawao Built in 1910 by Emily Alexander Baldwin and Henry Perrine Baldwin to provide housing for the elderly. Named for their son Fred Baldwin (1881–1905).[11] Originally designed by H.L. Kerr; restored in 2011 by Xorin Balbes to operate as a lodging and educational facility named Lumeria Maui.[12]
2 Henry Perrine Baldwin High School
Henry Perrine Baldwin High School
June 30, 2000
(#00000667)
Junction of Lower Main St. and Kaahumanu Ave.
20°53′45″N 156°29′38″W / 20.895833°N 156.493889°W
Wailuku
3 Bank of Hawaii—Haiku Branch
Bank of Hawaii—Haiku Branch
December 4, 2000
(#00001284)
771 Haiku Rd.
20°54′53″N 156°19′22″W / 20.914722°N 156.322778°W
Haʻikū Built 1931 to serve as bank and post office for bustling Haʻikū; restored in 1998; now used as a commercial property.[13]
4 Chee Kung Tong Society Building
Chee Kung Tong Society Building
November 15, 1982
(#82000171)
2151 Vineyard St.
20°53′36″N 156°30′29″W / 20.893333°N 156.508056°W
Wailuku Part of the Chinese Tong Houses of Maui Island TR #82000173. Collapsed in 1996; only gate and foundation remain.
5 Crater Historic District
Crater Historic District
November 1, 1974
(#74000289)
Address Restricted
Kahului
6 Frank and Theresa Gomes House
Frank and Theresa Gomes House
June 15, 2001
(#01000616)
32 Pakani Place
20°50′58″N 156°19′03″W / 20.849444°N 156.3175°W
Makawao
7 Haiku Mill February 6, 1986
(#86000189)
Haiku Rd.
20°55′49″N 156°19′58″W / 20.930278°N 156.332778°W
Haʻikū
8 Hale Paʻi
Hale Paʻi
May 13, 1976
(#76000662)
Lahainaluna High School
20°53′40″N 156°39′45″W / 20.894444°N 156.6625°W
Lahaina
9 Halekii-Pihana Heiau
Halekii-Pihana Heiau
November 25, 1985
(#85002972)
Hea Pl. off Kuhio Pl. from Waiehu Beach Rd.
20°54′30″N 156°29′42″W / 20.908333°N 156.495°W
Wailuku
10 Hana Belt Road
Hana Belt Road
June 15, 2001
(#01000615)
Hana Highway (Hawaii Route 360) and Pi'ilani Highway (Hawaii Route 31)
20°53′52″N 156°13′20″W / 20.897778°N 156.222222°W
Makawao
11 Hana District Police Station and Courthouse
Hana District Police Station and Courthouse
August 27, 1991
(#91001086)
Uakea Rd.
20°45′44″N 155°59′21″W / 20.762222°N 155.989167°W
Hana
12 Hardy House
Hardy House
November 8, 1984
(#84002640)
808 Makawao Ave.
20°51′06″N 156°19′25″W / 20.851667°N 156.323611°W
Makawao Built in 1897 for Makawao School principal Frederick Hardy (d. 1920) & wife Lillian, who sold the house & 20-acre (81,000 m2) lot in 1920. Ernest and Alene Rezents bought the house in 1961 and restored what is now locally known as the Rezents House.[14]
13 Holy Ghost Catholic Church
Holy Ghost Catholic Church
August 18, 1983
(#83000255)
4300 Lower Kula Rd.
20°46′04″N 156°20′22″W / 20.767778°N 156.339444°W
Kula
14 Honokalani Village November 25, 1985
(#85003333)
Address Restricted
Hana
15 Iao Theater
Iao Theater
February 9, 1995
(#94001622)
68 N. Market St.
20°53′37″N 156°30′17″W / 20.893611°N 156.504722°W
Wailuku
16 Ka'ahumanu Avenue-Naniloa Drive Overpass
Ka'ahumanu Avenue-Naniloa Drive Overpass
November 19, 2008
(#08001065)
Naniloa Dr. at Kaahumanu Ave.
20°53′19″N 156°29′46″W / 20.88871°N 156.49602°W
Wailuku
17 Ka'ahumanu Church
Ka'ahumanu Church
May 12, 1975
(#75000622)
S. High St.
20°53′49″N 156°30′01″W / 20.896944°N 156.500278°W
Wailuku Est. 1876
18 Kahului Railroad Administration Building
Kahului Railroad Administration Building
May 17, 2016
(#16000274)
101 E. Kaahumanu Ave.
20°53′34″N 156°27′52″W / 20.892678°N 156.464474°W
Kahului
19 Kalepolepo Fishpond
Kalepolepo Fishpond
December 30, 1996
(#96001503)
S. Kihei Rd., south of its junction with Hawaii Route 31 in Kalepolepo County Park
20°46′00″N 156°27′45″W / 20.766667°N 156.4625°W
Kihei
20 William K. Kaluakini House July 3, 2013
(#13000458)
450 Front St.
20°52′00″N 156°40′26″W / 20.866688°N 156.673843°W
Lahaina
21 Kaupo School June 30, 2000
(#00000662)
Government Rd.
20°38′13″N 156°07′21″W / 20.636866°N 156.122592°W
Kaupo
22 Keanae School
Keanae School
June 30, 2000
(#00000665)
Hana Highway
20°51′21″N 156°08′29″W / 20.855833°N 156.141389°W
Keanae
23 Ket Hing Society Building
Ket Hing Society Building
November 15, 1982
(#82000172)
Cross Rd.
20°42′35″N 156°21′11″W / 20.709722°N 156.353056°W
Kula Part of the Chinese Tong Houses of Maui Island TR #82000173.
24 King Kamehameha III's Royal Residential Complex
King Kamehameha III's Royal Residential Complex
May 9, 1997
(#97000408)
Junction of Front and Shaw Sts., Malu'ulu o Lele and Kamehameha Iki Parks
20°52′24″N 156°40′39″W / 20.873333°N 156.6775°W
Lahaina
25 Lahaina Historic District
Lahaina Historic District
October 15, 1966
(#66000302)
Western side of Maui on Hawaii Route 30
20°52′14″N 156°41′03″W / 20.870556°N 156.684167°W
Lahaina
26 Loaloa Heiau October 15, 1966
(#66000301)
Southeastern coast of Maui, on Hawaii Route 31, about 0.25 miles (0.40 km) north of Kaupo
20°38′41″N 156°07′26″W / 20.644722°N 156.123889°W
Kaupo
27 Maʻalaea General Store
Maʻalaea General Store
September 30, 2013
(#13000795)
132 Maʻalaea Road
20°47′32″N 156°30′42″W / 20.792262°N 156.511624°W
Wailuku vicinity Built in 1910 and accurately restored. The store and the Shinto Shrine next door are all that remains of the Japanese fishing village there prior to World War II.[15]
28 Makawao Union Church
Makawao Union Church
December 17, 1985
(#85003227)
1445 Baldwin Ave.
20°53′32″N 156°21′03″W / 20.892222°N 156.350833°W
Paia 1916 stone church designed by C. W. Dickey
29 Maui Jinsha Mission
Maui Jinsha Mission
November 21, 1978
(#78001028)
472 Lipo St.
20°54′29″N 156°29′16″W / 20.908056°N 156.487778°W
Wailuku est. 1915, architect Ichitaro Takata
30 Old Bailey House
Old Bailey House
March 20, 1973
(#73000678)
Iao Valley Rd.
20°53′27″N 156°30′37″W / 20.890833°N 156.510278°W
Wailuku
31 Paia School
Paia School
August 22, 2000
(#00000664)
955 Baldwin Ave.
20°54′11″N 156°21′24″W / 20.903056°N 156.356667°W
Pāʻia Founded in 1881 as Maui's first all English-speaking school. First principal William Cross refused to learn Hawaiian. 1909 building burned down in 1963. Current main building dates from 1926. Became site of Maui's first public school Hawaiian-immersion program in 1988.[16]
32 Piilanihale Heiau
Piilanihale Heiau
October 15, 1966
(#66000300)
4 miles (6.4 km) north of Hana, at the mouth of Honomāʻele Gulch near Kalahu Point
20°47′57″N 156°02′18″W / 20.799167°N 156.038333°W
Hana Within Kahanu Garden
33 Puunene School
Puunene School
August 22, 2000
(#00000663)
East Camp 5 Rd. off Old Puunene Ave.
20°51′44″N 156°26′56″W / 20.862222°N 156.448889°W
Puʻnēnē 1922 school building near sugar mill
34 Wai'ale Drive Bridge
Wai'ale Drive Bridge
October 30, 1998
(#98001287)
Ka'ahumanu Ave., 0.1 miles (0.16 km) east of Kinipopo St.
20°53′39″N 156°30′06″W / 20.894167°N 156.501667°W
Wailuku
35 Waihee Church
Waihee Church
April 21, 1994
(#94000384)
Kahekili Highway
20°56′06″N 156°30′54″W / 20.935°N 156.515°W
Waihee est. 1828
36 Wailuku Civic Center Historic District
Wailuku Civic Center Historic District
August 20, 1986
(#86001624)
S. High St. between Wells and Kaohu Sts.
20°53′25″N 156°30′26″W / 20.890278°N 156.507222°W
Wailuku Contributing properties: Old Courthouse (1907, Kerr), Old Police Station (1925, D'Esmond), Wailuku Library (1928, Dickey), Territorial Office Building (1931, Dickey)
37 Wailuku School
Wailuku School
June 30, 2000
(#00000666)
355 S. High St.
20°53′17″N 156°30′29″W / 20.888056°N 156.508056°W
Wailuku est. 1904,[17] architect C. W. Dickey
38 Wananalua Congregational Church
Wananalua Congregational Church
November 23, 1988
(#88002533)
Hana Highway and Haouli St.
20°45′07″N 155°59′12″W / 20.752002°N 155.986579°W
Hana
39 Wo Hing Society Building
Wo Hing Society Building
November 15, 1982
(#82000173)
848 Front St.
20°52′52″N 156°40′59″W / 20.881111°N 156.683056°W
Lahaina In the Lahaina Historic District; Part of the Chinese Tong Houses of Maui Island TR #82000173.

Kahoolawe

Map of Hawaii highlighting Kahoolawe
Location of Kahoolawe

Kahoolawe is the smallest and the southernmost island of Maui County. Alone among the state's major islands, it is uninhabited.

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location Community Description
1 Kahoʻolawe Island Archeological District
Kahoʻolawe Island Archeological District
March 18, 1981
(#81000205)
Kahoolawe
20°33′N 156°36′W / 20.55°N 156.6°W
Kahoʻolawe The district includes the entire island, which contains over 500 individual archeological sites[18]

Island of Hawaii

Map of Hawaii highlighting Hawaii (island)
Location of the island of Hawaii
Sulfur dioxide emissions from the Halemaumau vent 04-08-1 1
Kilauea Crater is in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The government of the island of Hawaii is Hawaii County, the only county that covers exactly one island, the largest in area in the state. There are 67 properties and districts on the island, including 10 historic districts, six National Historic Landmarks, and one which is a National Historic Landmark District.

Notes

  1. ^ Midway Atoll is an exception to the inclusion of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in Honolulu County. Although part of the Hawaiian archipelago geographically, Midway is under the plenary jurisdiction of the federal government, and is not part of the state of Hawaii. See National Register of Historic Places listings in the United States Minor Outlying Islands for National Register listings on Midway.

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 11, 2019.
  2. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  4. ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  5. ^ Detailed maps of Hawaii, United States Census Bureau, 2000. Accessed 2009-01-31.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  8. ^ Kirch, Patrick Vinton (1996). "Ke-ahu-a-Laka Hālau Hula and Ka-ulu-a-paʻoa Heiau at Hāʻena". Legacy of the Landscape: An Illustrated Guide to Hawaiian Archaeological Sites. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. pp. 20–21. ISBN 0-8248-1739-7.
  9. ^ Kirch, Patrick Vinton (1996). "Heiau Complex at Wailua". Legacy of the Landscape: An Illustrated Guide to Hawaiian Archaeological Sites. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. p. 18. ISBN 0-8248-1739-7.
  10. ^ Kirch, Patrick Vinton (1996). "Menehune Fishpond". Legacy of the Landscape: An Illustrated Guide to Hawaiian Archaeological Sites. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. p. 23. ISBN 0-8248-1739-7.
  11. ^ "Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation". Founders & History. Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation. Retrieved 16 November 2013.
  12. ^ "Baldwin Memorial Home to be Preserved Through Perpetual Preservation Easement Donated to Historic Hawaii". Advocacy. Historic Hawaii Foundation. Archived from the original on 22 February 2012. Retrieved 17 November 2013.
  13. ^ Engledow, Jill (2001). Exploring Historic Upcountry (Small Town Series Maui). Watermark Publishing. p. 50. ISBN 0-9705787-5-X.
  14. ^ Engledow, Jill (2001). Exploring Historic Upcountry (Small Town Series Maui). Watermark Publishing. p. 74. ISBN 0-9705787-5-X.
  15. ^ "Ma'alaea General Store & Cafe". About Ma‘alaea. Archived from the original on 13 December 2013. Retrieved 16 November 2013.
  16. ^ Engledow, Jill (2001). Exploring Historic Upcountry (Small Town Series Maui). Watermark Publishing. p. 38. ISBN 0-9705787-5-X.
  17. ^ Christie Wilson (21 April 2004). "Wailuku school peeks into past". Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved 2010-03-24.
  18. ^ Barrera, William, Jr. Kaho'olaw Archaeology: An Overview Hawaiian Archaeology, Vol. 1(1). Accessed 2009-02-09.

External links

Albert Spencer Wilcox

Albert Spencer Wilcox (May 24, 1844 – July 7, 1919) was a businessman and politician in the Kingdom of Hawaii and Republic of Hawaii. He developed several sugar plantations in Hawaii, and became a large landholder.

Albert Spencer Wilcox Building

The Albert Spencer Wilcox Building, was originally a library and then converted to the Kauaʻi Museum, which displays exhibits on the history of the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaii.

Civilian Conservation Corps Camp in Koke'e State Park

Civilian Conservation Corps Camp in Koke'e State Park is located at Hawaii Route 550, in Waimea, on the island of Kauai, in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It was built in 1935 with lumber that was put into the saltwater and floated to the shore at Port Allen, the seawater adding a natural termite protection to the lumber. The camp was in continual use for forest management, until Hurricane Iwa devastated it in 1982. In the 1990s it was restored through the efforts of the non-profit Hui O Laka environmental group, and is currently open to the public. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii on December 20, 1996.

George Rowell

George Rowell may refer to:

George P. Rowell (1838–1908), American advertising executive

George Rowell (historian) (died 2001), theatre historian

George Rowell, American blacksmith, brother of John Samuel Rowell

George Rowell, American clergyman, completed Gulick-Rowell House; see National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii

Grove Farm (Lihue, Hawaii)

Grove Farm is a historic agricultural site on Kauai in the Hawaiian Islands.

Haiku Mill

The Haʻikū Sugar Mill was a processing factory for sugarcane from 1861 to 1879 on the island of Maui in Hawaii.

Hanalei Pier

Hanalei Pier is a pier built into Hanalei Bay on the northern shore of the island of Kauaʻi in the state of Hawaii.

Hanalei River

The Hanalei River on the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaii flows north from the eastern slopes of Mount Waiʻaleʻale for 15.7 miles (25.3 km) until it reaches the Pacific Ocean at Hanalei Bay as an estuary. With a long-term mean discharge of 216 cubic feet (6.12 cubic meters) per second, in terms of water flow it is the second-largest river in the state; although its watershed of 19.1 square miles (49 km2) is only sixth-largest on Kauaʻi, it encompasses areas of the highest recorded rainfall on the planet and plunges precipitously from its headwaters at 3,500 feet (1,100 m) above sea level.

The lower, flatter portion of the river flows by Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge and many taro farms (60% of Hawaii's taro is grown in this area). The Hanalei River provides habitat for a number of amphidromous species, including gobies (5 native varieties), two native species of crustacean, the hīhīwai (Neritina granosa, an edible snail), and in its upper reaches, a threatened species of highly adapted snail (Newcomb's snail, Erinna newcombi).

The Hanalei was designated an American Heritage River by US President Bill Clinton on July 30, 1998.

The major bridge across the river (still one lane) is on Hawaii Route 560, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii.

Hawaii Route 560

Route 560, or Kaua'i Belt Road-North Shore section, is a ten-mile (16 km) scenic road on the northern shore of the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaii. The entire belt road is signed as the Kuhio Highway and Hawaii Route 56 was once signed on this route before it was downgraded to become Hawaii Route 560 in the late 1960s. The Kuhio Highway is named after Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana'ole, the second non-voting Congressional Delegate from territorial Hawaii.

Kilauea Light

Kīlauea Lighthouse is located on Kīlauea Point on the island of Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi in the Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge.

Makawao Union Church

Makawao Union Church is a church near Makawao on the Hawaiian island of Maui. It was founded by New England missionary Jonathan Smith Green during the Kingdom of Hawaii. The third historic structure used by the congregation was designed by noted local architect C.W. Dickey and dedicated in 1917 as the Henry Perrine Baldwin Memorial Church. In 1985, Makawao Union Church was placed on the Hawaii and National Register of Historic Places.

Molokai

Molokaʻi (Hawaiian: [ˈmoloˈkɐʔi]) anglicized as Molokai (; ), nicknamed “The Friendly Isle”, is the fifth largest island of eight major islands that make up the Hawaiian Islands archipelago in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It is 38 by 10 miles (61 by 16 km) in size at its extreme length and width with a usable land area of 260 square miles (673.40 km2), making it the fifth-largest of the main Hawaiian Islands and the 27th largest island in the United States. It lies east of Oʻahu across the 25-mile (40 km) wide Kaiwi Channel and north of Lānaʻi, separated from it by the Kalohi Channel.

The island has been known both for developments by Molokaʻi Ranch on much of the island, for pineapple production, cattle ranching and tourism. Residents or visitors to the west end of Molokaʻi can see the lights of Honolulu on Oʻahu at night; they can view nearby Lānaʻi and Maui from anywhere along the south shore of the island. In Kalawao County, on the Kalaupapa Peninsula on the north coast, settlements were established in 1866 for quarantined treatment of persons with leprosy; these operated until 1969. The Kalaupapa National Historical Park now preserves this entire county and area.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.There are ten properties and districts listed on the National Register in the park..

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 18, 2019.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Maui County, Hawaii

Several islands are present in Maui County, Hawaii. Lists of sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places on each individual island can be found at

National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii#Molokai

National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii#Lanai

National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii#Kahoolawe

National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii#Maui

National Register of Historic Places listings on the island of Hawaii

This is a list of properties and districts on the island of Hawaii in the U.S. state of Hawaii that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The island is coterminous with Hawaii County, the state's only county that covers exactly one island. There are 86 properties and districts on the island, including 10 historic districts, six National Historic Landmarks, and one National Historic Landmark District.

Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands or the Leeward Islands are the small islands and atolls in the Hawaiian island chain located northwest (in some cases, far to the northwest) of the islands of Kauai and Niihau. Politically, they are all part of Honolulu County in the U.S. state of Hawaii, except Midway Atoll, which is a territory distinct from Hawaii and grouped as one of the United States Minor Outlying Islands. The United States Census Bureau defines this area, except Midway, as Census Tract 114.98 of Honolulu County. Its total land area is 3.1075 square miles (8.048 km2). All the islands except Nihoa are north of the Tropic of Cancer, making them the only islands in Hawaii that lie outside the tropics.

The Northwestern or Leeward Hawaiian Islands include:

Nihoa (Moku Manu) at 23°03′38″N 161°55′19″W

Necker (Mokumanamana) at 23°34′N 164°42′W

French Frigate Shoals (Kānemilohaʻi) at 23°52.134′N 166°17.16′W

Gardner Pinnacles (Pūhāhonu) at 25°01′N 167°59′W

Maro Reef (Nalukākala) at 25.415°N 170.590°W / 25.415; -170.590

Laysan (Kauō) at 25.7675°N 171.7334°W / 25.7675; -171.7334

Lisianski (Papaāpoho) at 26.064031°N 173.965802°W / 26.064031; -173.965802

Pearl and Hermes Atoll (Holoikauaua) at 27.927687°N 175.737991°W / 27.927687; -175.737991

Midway (Pihemanu) at 28°12′N 177°21′W - not part of the State of Hawaii

Kure (Mokupāpapa) at 28°25′N 178°20′W

Puunene School

The Puʻunēnē School, also known as Puunene School, is a historic school building in the community of Puʻunēnē in the central part of Maui, Hawaii, United States. Built in 1922 by the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company (a division of Alexander & Baldwin), which ran the community, it was erected on 10 acres (4.0 ha) of land donated by the company in 1913. Upon completion, it replaced an earlier four-room school on the site that was built to hold 350 students. The Classical Revival 1922 two-story concrete building became Maui's largest elementary school with about 1000 students. In the 1950s the area went into decline, and the building was used for special education classes. In 1979 it became an administrative annex for the Department of Education. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii on August 22, 2000.In 1937 Puunene School science teacher Soichi Sakamoto began training boys in a Three Year Swim Club to compete for the 1940 Summer Olympics, which were originally scheduled to be held in Tokyo, Japan. Jose Balmores, Keo Nakama, "Bunny" Nakama, "Halo" Hirose, and Bill Smith swam 50-yd sprints against the 15 mph current (much clearer in those days) and went on to compete nationally but were never able to participate in the canceled 1940 and 1944 Olympics. However, Smith was finally able to win gold on the 400- and 800-meter relay team in the 1948 Olympics.

The coach and team's was described in a 2015 book.

Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer

Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer (1826–1897) was a German who managed an early agricultural business in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Wananalua Congregational Church

The Wananalua Congregational Church is a historic 19th-century building on the remote coast of Maui in Hawaii.

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