A History of Pāhala
Support for the publication of a book on the history of Pāhala and the nearby communities of the Ka‘ū District on the Big Island of Hawai‘i. Pāhala is significant as it was the administrative center for the Ka‘ū sugar industry.
Awarded to: Dennis Elwell
Honolulu Town Book
Support for the publication of the book, Honolulu Town, which will present and interpret historical photos, documents and maps of the downtown Honolulu neighborhoods. It will explore changes and transformations from the earliest days of a small Hawaiian settlement to the time of Statehood when it became a multi-ethnic community.
Awarded to: Laura Ruby
The Queen and I
Support for the completion of The Queen and I, an in-depth and personal review of Hawai‘i’s history during the late 1800s and early 1900s, through the eyes of Curtis Piehu Iaukea.
Awarded to: Sydney Iaukea
Securing Paradise: Tourism and Militarism in Hawai‘i and the Philippines
Support for the publication of Securing Paradise which examines the roles of tourism and militarism in Hawai‘i and in the Philippines.
Awarded to: Vernadette Gonzalez