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Articles About the Kauai Historical Society

January 27, 2018   Historical society’s annual meeting is today by John Steinhorst – The Garden Island
December 11, 2017   Kauai Historical Society shares stories of the past by John Steinhorst – The Garden Island
September 1, 2017   Na Pali History Tour by John Steinhorst – The Garden Island
October 2016  

The Holokū, Fit for a Queen by Helen Wong Smith, on page 10 of for Kauai magazine

August 16   The Russian Fort at Waimea linked to Washington state shipwreck by Chris Cook
Garden Island articles from the KHS 100th Anniversary Multicultural Festival on May 10, 2014
April 27   Talk Story with Reg Gage
April 18   It’s Time for the KHS Crossword Puzzle Contest
April 10   The Home of Hula by Reginald Gage
April 3   Hapai ko was demanding task by Andy Bushnell
March 27   Captain James Cook and Kauai by Bill Fernandez
March 20   The most revered ruler of Kauai by Andy Bushnell
March 13   The Kekaha train robbery, part 3 by Reginald Gage
March 6   The Kekaha train robbery, part 2 by Reginald Gage
February 27   The Kekaha train robbery by Reginald Gage
February 20   Heiau and Sacred Places of Wailua by Reginald Gage
February 13   Were Kauai men lousy lovers? by Andy Bushnell
February 6   First flight from Oahu to Kauai by Andy Bushnell
January 30   How did the Kawaihau district get its name? by Andy Bushnell
January 23   The first sugar mill by Bill Fernandez
January 16   Here’s to history, a puzzle and prizes by Bill Buley