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Hunt for Hawai‘i History in the Heart of Honolulu: Answers


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Think you know your way around the State Capitol area? Take the test to prove it and compare your answers, below!

 

1.

No. 1. Capitol District Building

No. 1. Capitol District Building

 

2.

‘Iolani Palace gate

‘Iolani Palace gate

 

3.

Hawai‘i State Library door

State Library door

 

4.

Patsy Mink quote near statue fronting Hawai‘i State Library

Patsy Mink quote near statue fronting Hawai‘i State Library

 

5.

‘Iolani Palace barracks

‘Iolani Palace barracks

 

6.

YWCA Laniākea

YWCA Laniākea

 

7.

Hawai‘i State Capitol

Hawai‘i State Capitol

 

8.

‘Iolani Palace

‘Iolani Palace

 

9.

Honolulu Hale

Honolulu Hale

 

10.

King Kalākaua Building

King Kalākaua Building

 

11.

No. 1. Capitol District Building

No. 1. Capitol District Building

 

12.

Kawaiaha‘o Church

Kawaiaha‘o Church

 

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