Kalua‘aha Church is constructed out of fieldstone walls plastered on both sides which are about 40 inches thick and almost 20 feet high. The structure also has exterior buttresses and concrete facing which was added around 1917. Kalua‘aha Church was the mother church of Molokai and served as the center of Congregational activity for the island. This structure is also an important architectural monument for size, construction, and unique features.
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