Hawaii Archives and Libraries

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Hawaii State Archives
Kekāuluohi  Building
‘Iolani Palace Grounds
364 S. King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Telephone: 808-586-0329
Fax: 808-586-0330
Vital Records Indexes to the State Archives

National Archives—Pacific Region (San Francisco)
Leo J. Ryan Federal Building
1000 Commodore Drive
San Bruno, CA 94066
Telephone: 650-238-3500
Fax: 650-238-3510


Hawaii State Library
478 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Telephone: 808-586-3500
Fax: 808-586-3584

Hawaii Chinese History Center
111 North King Street Room 410
Honolulu, HI 96817
Telephone: 808-536-5948

Bishop Museum Library
1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI 96817-0916
Telephone: 808-848-4148
Fax: 808-845-4133

Daughters of the American Revolution
Aloha Chapter House
1914 Makiki Heights Drive
Honolulu, HI 96822
Telephone: 808-949-7256
This library has the Carter Collection of Hawaiiana, business records, newspapers, and Japanese-Hawaiian publications.

University of Hawaii
Hamilton Library, Hawaii Collection
2550 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu, HI 96822
Telephone: 808-956-8264
Fax: 808-956-5968

Genealogical Resource Center
Gives hours for the local libraries in Honolulu.

A helpful directory of Hawaiian libraries is Arlene D. C. Luster, A Directory of Libraries and Information Sources in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands (Honolulu, Hawaii: Hawaii Library Association, 1972) FHL film 1321388 item 8; book 996.9 J54L

Hawaii Digital Collections

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Online Records

Links to online databases and indexes that may include vital records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, maps, military records, naturalizations, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records.

Web Sites

You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Hawaii in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost.

Addresses on the Internet change frequently. The following sites are important gateways linking you to many more sites:

The USGenWeb Project
A cooperative effort by many volunteers to list genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country.

A useful list of sites and resources. Includes a large, regularly-updated research coordination list.

The Family History Library and some Family History Centers have computers with FamilySearch™. FamilySearch is a collection of computer files containing several million names. FamilySearch is a good place to begin your research. Some of the records come from compiled sources; some have been automated from original sources.

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