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Kāneiolouma Interpretive Signs

Sign 1 "Henry Kekahuna" Download (1.5mb) »
Sign 2 "Polynesian Triangle" Download (1mb) »
Sign 3 "Hawaiian Moon Calendar" Download (1mb) »
Sign 4 "Kauai Heritage" Download (1.2mb) »
Sign 5 "Kaneiolouma History" Download (1.8mb) »


Kāneiolouma Master Plan

The Master Plan for the Kāneiolouma restoration project. Includes detailed information on all future phases with proposed schedules for construction of perimeter walls, rehabilitation of interior features and more. Download (9mb) »


Authentic Hawaiian Village

This document is the written record of 1959 from Henry E.P. Kekahuna with his views on “the preservation of historical Hawaiian sites on Kaua’i such as the heiau of Kāneiolouma.” Download (38mb) » | Kekahuna Map (2mb) »


Spring 2013 Report - Building the Manokalanipo Wall

This progress report gives a first hand glimpse at Phase One of the project, the construction of the Manokalanipo Wall. The beginning of the wall will be left unfinished until we clear the brush around the edge of the fish pond. Download (1mb) »


2012 Kāneiolouma Presentation

This slide presentation gives an overview of the project's background, mission, work to date, master plan, and goals. Also included are the blueprint, objectives, major funding requests, guiding principles, and highest priority tasks ahead. Download (3mb) »


2010 Historical Overview Report

Includes the complete background information for the Kāneiolouma Heiau Complex, including: introduction, mission statement, historical overview, survey map images, archaeology field notes, community involvement, and our stewardship agreement. Download (10mb) »

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  • Kauai Midweek Magazine Cover Story
  • Video Interview with CKTV Students
  • Visit from Stanford Hawaiian Studies
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  • 2016 Koloa Days Tour & Historical Presentation
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