Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives (Mission Houses) collaborated with Awaiaulu Foundation to digitize, transcribe, translate and annotate over 200-letters written by 33-Chiefs. The Ali‘i Letters is an exciting new project of Mission Houses and is part of the initial activities related to the Hawaiian Mission Bicentennial.
The letters were written between 1823 and 1887 and illustrate the very good working relationship between the chiefs and the missionaries. 7 – 9 pm, Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at Ululani Hale, Kaʻiwakīloumoku, Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus – a free and open to the public Symposium on the Ali‘i Letters Collection. Follow the link to see the actual letters and get more info on the Ali‘i Letters and symposium.