Official residence of King Kalakaua from 1882 until his death in 1891 and of his sister-successor, Queen Lili`uokalani, until the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893 - maintained by Friends of `Iolani Palace
Hulihe’e Palace http://www.huliheepalace.org
The Huliheʻe Palace is located in historic Kailua-Kona, Hawaiʻi, on Aliʻi Drive. It being the former vacation home of Hawaiian royalty, it is now a museum run by the Daughters of Hawaiʻi, showcasing furniture and artifacts. Hulihe‘e means “Turn flee.”
Kaho’olawe Island Reserve Commission, www.kahoolawe.org
Information on the Island of Kaho’olawe, which is being restored from decades as a Navy bombing target and managed as a Hawaiian cultural reserve for eventual transfer to the sovereign Hawaiian nation.
Queen Emma Summer Palace http:www.daughtersofhawaii.org
REGENT Geraldine (Gerry) Abbey Miyamoto
2913 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI 96817
Office (808) 595-6291
Queen Emma Summer Palace (808) 595– 3167
Hulihe`e Palace (808) 329-1877
The summer retreat of Queen Emma, wife of King Kamehameha IV is preserved by the Daughters of Hawai`i in a charming Hawai`ian-Victorian setting. The Daughters of Hawai`i was founded in 1903 by seven women who were daughters of American Protestant missionaries. They were born in Hawai`i, were citizens of the Hawai`ian Kingdom before annexation, and foresaw the inevitable loss of much of the Hawai`ian culture. They founded the organization "to perpetuate the memory and spirit of old Hawai`i and of historic facts, and to preserve the nomenclature and correct pronunciation of the Hawai`ian language." .