Historic Lahaina

HALE ALOHA

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The "House of Love," was built by Hawaiian Protestants in "commemoration of God's causing Lahaina to escape the smallpox, while it desolated Oahu in 1853, carrying off 5,000­6,000 of its population." Completed in 1858, it was used as a church and school, but by the early 1900s it fell into ruins. Maui County restored the structure in 1974.

Next is the Buddhist Church of the Shingnon Sect.

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