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Bold faced print is reproduced from the Lahaina Historical Guide with permission from the publisher.  Copyright 1998, Honolulu Publishing Company, Ltd.   All rights reserved.   Free copies of the Lahaina Historical Guide are available throughout Lahaina Town and the Kā`anapali resorts.

 

 

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Lahaina's first Episcopal church was across the street from the present Holy Innocents'. In 1909 the church moved to its present location, once the site of a grass house built by Kamehameha the Great for his daughter. Holy Innocents' is known for its unique paintings, among them a Hawaiian Madonna and scenes depicting local birds and flowers as symbols of Christian belief. They were done by DeLos Blackmar in 1940.

    

More: Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church - info about the church today, as well as more of the church's history. If you're doing the real walking tour, this is a wonderful place to rest a bit and escape the sun and heat.  

                

Next is the site of Hale Piula.

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