Hawaiʻi Before Statehood

‘Ulu‘ulu will be closed tomorrow, Friday August 15 for Statehood day.  To commemorate this occasion, check out our Hawaiʻi Before Statehood theme:

Hawaii Before Statehood Theme

Since becoming a state in 1959, Hawaiʻi has undergone remarkable changes. By clicking on the theme, relive memories of daily life in Hawaiʻi prior to statehood.  These videos were part of the HKG Pilot Project and Lyman Museum and Mission House collection. There is footage of paniolo, aircrafts, plantation life and more.

The UH West Oahu library will be closed to the public from August 19 – 23rd. The archive will reopen with normal hours on August 26th.

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