The Story of Hawaii Exhibition March 10, 2012
THE STORY OF HAWAII MUSEUM: Presents an exhibit tracing the history of Hawaii with antique maps, prints and ephemera. The show covers more than a thousand years of island life from the Polynesian Migrations to the 21st Century.
Saturday, March 10, 2012 - MAALAEA HARBOR SHOPS - 3:00 to 6:30 - FREE
This is the soft opening of a new large exhibit space devoted to vintage and antique Hawaiiana. The museum is located in the Maalaea Harbor Shops (Next door to the Pacific Whale Foundation).
* Gallery talk by curator Bryant Neal - A fascinating an interpretive illustrated tour through the history of the islands.
* Illustrated talk on the MAPPING OF LAHAINA by Riley Moffat, noted author & BYU map historian. Moffat presents a detailed review of Lahaina maps from 1819-1975. Many important maps of the town will be shown. Especially notable and never before seen are the historic insurance maps of Lahaina as it looked from 1914-1919. These have been enlarged so all the detail is now visible.
This event is free and open to the public. Ample free parking.
The Story of Hawaii Museum
Located at the Maalaea Harbor Shops
(Next door to Pacific Whale Foundation)
Museum Phone: 242-6938
Bryant Neal 283-3576