Aloha Compadre: Transpacific Latina/o Migrations to the Hawaiian Islands
Supports research of the historical presence and the cultural , political and economic contributions Latinos have made to Hawai‘i.
Awarded to: Rudy Guevarra
Hawaiians in the American Civil War
Supports archival research on the topic of the role Hawaiians played in the American Civil War.
Awarded to: Jeffrey A llen Smith
Supports compilation, interpretation, and organization of historical photos, documents, and maps of downtown Honolulu neighborhoods transformed from small Hawaiian settlements to multi-ethnic communities.
Awarded to: Laura Ruby and Ross Stephenson
Introductory Essay for the Edited Version of A Doctor’s Medical Advice, A Journal Written by Gerrit P. Judd (1803-1973)
Supports collection of data at the Hawaiian Historical Society, Bishop Museum Archives, and the Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society to write an introduction for an edited version of a journal by 19th century physician Gerrit P. Judd.
Awarded to: Virginia Metaxas
The Romance of Hawaiian Design: Women’s Wear from the 1940s-1960s
Supports completion of a book project on the history of the textile and garment industry in Hawai‘i and designs which have come to characterize Hawaiian style.
Awarded to: Gloria Furer