Baking Traditional Portuguese Bread
Funding for an instructional booklet to complement Kona Historical Society’s Portuguese bread baking program-a present-day cultural activity where visitors partici pate in bread making in the context of the 1890s lifestyle.
Awarded to: Kona Historical Society
Japanese Experience in Hawai‘i under Martial Law
Supports work on a manuscript exploring issues of race, class, criminality, and ethnic identity within Hawai‘i’s Japanese community from 1886 to 1945.
Awarded to: Kelli Nakamura
Queen Emma’s Church in Kealakekua: Crossroads of Culture
Supports formatting, cover design, and printing of a book on Kealakekua’s 143-year-old Anglican church. The book will consist of a collection of stories, interviews, and commentary.
Awarded to: Christ Church Episcopal
Theatres of Hawai‘i
Support for a book and presentation to trace the development of theaters in Hawai‘ i, 1847 to 1970.
Awarded to: Lowell Angell