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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 K�`anapali resorts.


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During the reign of King Kamehameha IV, the Kingdom of Hawaii acquired a Victorian flair. His queen, Emalani Rooke, had strong ties to the British throne, and many families joined the Anglican Church after Queen Emalani requested that the Archbishop of Canterbury form a church in Hawaii. The cemetery of the Episcopal Church, located on Wainee Street between Prison and Hale streets, contains burial sites of many early Anglican families on Maui.

Adjacent to the cemetery is Hale Aloha.

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