Welcome to the Wahiawa Historical Society website.
The Wahiawa Historical Society is a community-based, nonprofit organization whose object is the collection of historical materials, the preservation of all that has been entrusted to our care, and the dissemination of knowledge about the history and heritage of the Wahiawa District.
The town of Wahiawa is located on the Leilehua Plain, between the Waianae and Ko'olau mountain ranges, where the Kaukonahua Stream splits into its north and south forks. Wahiawa is the site of Kukaniloko, the birthing stones, where Hawaiian royalty was traditionally born. Wahiawa has a long military history; it was a warrior training school that still exists today as Schofield Barracks Military Reservation. The Wahiawa area is best known today for pineapple and was once the pineapple capital of the world.
Our address is:
P.O.Box 861500, Wahiawa, HI 96786
Last modified 4 March 2017.
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