Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives

Organization Description: 

The Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives helps museum visitors discover how a small group of New England missionaries -- who came to the islands in 1820 -- worked with Native Hawaiians to introduce Christianity, to develop a written language, public education, western medicine, and representative government.

553 S. King St.
Honolulu, HI 96813
Mission Statement: 

The Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives connects the story of the American Protestant missionaries and their descendants to the history and culture of Hawaii in order to give present generations of residents and visitors a deeper understanding of, and appreciation for, HawaiiÃÂÂÂs rich and complex history. ÃÂÂÂMission Statement, adopted 2006

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