The Daughters of Hawai‘i was founded “to perpetuate the memory and spirit of old Hawai‘i and of historic facts, and to preserve the nomenclature and correct pronunciation of the Hawaiian language.”
Hānaiakamalama served as a summer retreat for Queen Emma of Hawaii from 1857 to 1885, as well as for her husband King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward.
Hulihe‘e Palace, once a summer vacation home for Hawaiian royalty, is a museum showcasing Victorian artifacts from the era of King Kalākaua and Queen Kapi‘olani.
KITV will feature Daughters of Hawaii in a live interview on Friday, December 19 at 5:25 am. Daughters will be sharing about the 1st Annual Christmas Nights at the Palace to be held on Saturday, December 20 […]
Begin a new tradition with Daughters of Hawai‘i & be a part of its first annual: Christmas Nights at the Palace Date: Saturday, December 20th Time: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Location: Queen […]
Queen Emma Summer Palace Holiday Sale! Come to the Queen Emma Summer Palace gift shop: lots of koa and jewelry, Christmas cards, discontinued items are on sale up to 50% off! The Palace […]
The Imi Na`auao program scheduled for Saturday, October 18th has also been cancelled.
Daughters of Hawaiʻi is the oldest historical preservation society in Hawaiʻi and was represented at the forum by our Regent, Julie Watson, Sunshine Chip, Assistant Hulihe‘e Palace Docent Coordinator, Mahealani Bernal, Queen Emma Summer […]