The seminar will provide an overview of preservation essentials in the context of each island community. The three-hour class will include:
What is Historic Preservation and Why Does it Matter?
Winter 2014, January 30-March 6
Old Archives Building, ‘Iolani Place Grounds
12:00 to 1:00 PM
Free & Open to the Public
Sponsored by the Historic Preservation Program, Department of American Studies, University of […]
As part of our partnership with the Freeman Foundation, Historic Hawai‘i Foundation is seeking applicants for historic preservation grants to preserve, restore or rehabilitate historic properties.
The grant application form […]
City & County of Honolulu Department of Planning & Permitting Working Group Develops Recommendations for Preservation Reviews
12/15/13: The City & County of Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) convened a working group from August to October 2013 to review and recommend improvements to the […]
On October 11, 2013 some 55 people gathered at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i to discuss the preservation and future interpretation of the Japanese American confinement camp and […]
December 2013: Historic Hawai‘i Foundation has named six additions to the annual list of the most endangered historic sites in Hawai‘i. The list includes a variety of sites that […]
Historic Hawaii Foundation has developed a color keepsake map documenting twenty-five historic sites along a five-kilometer route in historic Downtown Honolulu. The self-guided walking tour includes such historic sites […]
A Waikiki walking tour map for independent travelers is now available. The self-guided itinerary is suitable for individual travelers rather than group tours, and focuses on sites of historic […]