National Register of Historic Places listings on the island of Hawaii

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This is a list of properties and districts on the island of Hawaiʻi in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The island is coterminous with Hawaiʻi County, the state's only county that covers exactly one island. There are 93 properties and districts on the island, including 10 historic districts, six National Historic Landmarks, and one National Historic Landmark District.

Current listings[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 1790 Footprints
1790 Footprints
August 7, 1974
(#74000351)
9.1 miles south of park headquarters on Hawaiʻi Route 11, then along a foot trail to the southeast for 1 mile
19°23′00″N 155°20′07″W / 19.383333°N 155.335278°W / 19.383333; -155.335278 (1790 Footprints)
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park Footprints left in solidified ash from Kilauea eruption
2 Ahole Holua Complex November 26, 1973
(#73000655)
South of Milolii on Ahole Bay
19°08′27″N 155°54′58″W / 19.140833°N 155.916111°W / 19.140833; -155.916111 (Ahole Holua Complex)
Miloliʻi
3 Ahu A ʻUmi Heiau
Ahu A ʻUmi Heiau
August 13, 1974
(#74000343)
Address Restricted
North Kona Royal complex on high remote plateau
4 Ainahou Ranch
Ainahou Ranch
February 8, 1995
(#94001619)
Off Chain of Craters Road in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
19°20′37″N 155°13′44″W / 19.343611°N 155.228889°W / 19.343611; -155.228889 (Ainahou Ranch)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Built by Shipman family as refuge from World War II, used to raise endangered Hawaiian goose
5 Ainapo Trail
Ainapo Trail
August 30, 1974
(#74000290)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°27′39″N 155°34′39″W / 19.460833°N 155.5775°W / 19.460833; -155.5775 (Ainapo Trail)
Mauna Loa Ancient trail to the Mokuaweoweo summit
6 Ala Loa
Ala Loa
June 5, 1987
(#87001127)
Off Hawaiʻi Route 19 from Kiholo bay to Kalahuipaua'a
19°53′49″N 155°54′02″W / 19.896944°N 155.900556°W / 19.896944; -155.900556 (Ala Loa)
South Kohala Part of Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail
7 Anna Ranch
Anna Ranch
April 28, 2008
(#06001120)
65-1480 Kawaihae Rd.
20°01′23″N 155°45′59″W / 20.022942°N 155.766492°W / 20.022942; -155.766492 (Anna Ranch)
Kamuela
8 Awong Brothers Store March 3, 2022
(#100004873)
45-3600 Māmane St.
20°04′45″N 155°28′07″W / 20.0793°N 155.4686°W / 20.0793; -155.4686 (Awong Brothers Store)
Honokaʻa
9 Bank of Hawai'i, Ltd.
Bank of Hawai'i, Ltd.
April 30, 2018
(#100002360)
45-3568 Māmane St.
20°04′44″N 155°28′03″W / 20.0790°N 155.4675°W / 20.0790; -155.4675 (Bank of Hawai'i, Ltd.)
Honokaʻa
10 Bobcat Trail Habitation Cave (50-10-30-5004) May 15, 1986
(#86001086)
Address Restricted
Pohakuloa
11 Bond District
Bond District
March 30, 1978
(#78001016)
Southeast of Kapaau off Hawaii Route 270
20°13′33″N 155°47′33″W / 20.225833°N 155.7925°W / 20.225833; -155.7925 (Bond District)
Kapaau Homestead of Elias Bond, Kalahikiola Church, and Kohala Seminary
12 M.S. Botelho Building and Garage
M.S. Botelho Building and Garage
March 15, 2018
(#100002214)
45-3490 Māmane St.
20°04′42″N 155°27′57″W / 20.078272°N 155.465930°W / 20.078272; -155.465930 (M.S. Botelho Building and Garage)
Honokaʻa
13 Francis H. Ii Brown House August 21, 1986
(#86001616)
Keawaiki Bay
19°53′16″N 155°54′22″W / 19.887778°N 155.906111°W / 19.887778; -155.906111 (Francis H. Ii Brown House)
Waimea Beach home for golfing champion Francis Hyde ʻĪʻī Brown (1892–1976)
14 Chee Ying Society July 20, 1978
(#78001014)
Hawaii Route 24
20°05′05″N 155°28′34″W / 20.084722°N 155.476111°W / 20.084722; -155.476111 (Chee Ying Society)
Honokaʻa
15 Daifukuji Soto Zen Mission
Daifukuji Soto Zen Mission
April 21, 1994
(#94000382)
Mamalahoa Highway
19°32′32″N 155°55′41″W / 19.542222°N 155.928056°W / 19.542222; -155.928056 (Daifukuji Soto Zen Mission)
Honalo Buddhist Temple built 1920–1921
16 District Courthouse and Police Station
District Courthouse and Police Station
September 4, 1979
(#79000752)
141 Kalakaua St.
19°43′46″N 155°05′17″W / 19.729444°N 155.088056°W / 19.729444; -155.088056 (District Courthouse and Police Station)
Hilo Built in 1932; now home of East Hawaii Cultural Center
17 Ferreira Building
Ferreira Building
October 29, 2015
(#15000756)
45-3625 Māmane St.
20°04′45″N 155°28′10″W / 20.079274°N 155.469311°W / 20.079274; -155.469311 (Ferreira Building)
Honokaʻa
18 First Bank of Hilo, Ltd.
First Bank of Hilo, Ltd.
December 28, 2017
(#100001916)
45-3490 Māmane St., Unit G
20°04′42″N 155°27′57″W / 20.078238°N 155.465762°W / 20.078238; -155.465762 (First Bank of Hilo, Ltd.)
Honokaʻa
19 Matsujiro Fujino Property
Matsujiro Fujino Property
August 19, 2019
(#100004285)
45-3390 Māmane St.
20°04′38″N 155°27′47″W / 20.0771°N 155.4631°W / 20.0771; -155.4631 (Matsujiro Fujino Property)
Honokaʻa
20 Greenwell Store
Greenwell Store
May 22, 1978
(#78001017)
Hawaii Route 11
19°30′55″N 155°55′24″W / 19.515278°N 155.923333°W / 19.515278; -155.923333 (Greenwell Store)
Kealakekua Store built in 1870 now houses the Kona Historical Society Museum
21 Thomas Guard House
Thomas Guard House
December 23, 2003
(#03001311)
240 Kaʻiulani St.
19°43′40″N 155°06′03″W / 19.727778°N 155.100833°W / 19.727778; -155.100833 (Thomas Guard House)
Hilo Neoclassical style home, architects Clinton Briggs Ripley and Louis Davis (architect)
22 Hale Halawai O Holualoa
Hale Halawai O Holualoa
June 5, 1987
(#87000794)
76-6224 Aliʻi Dr.
19°36′36″N 155°58′41″W / 19.61°N 155.978056°W / 19.61; -155.978056 (Hale Halawai O Holualoa)
Kailua-Kona Known as the "Living Stones Church"
23 S. Hata Building
S. Hata Building
August 27, 1991
(#91001087)
318 Kamehameha Ave.
19°43′41″N 155°05′17″W / 19.728056°N 155.088056°W / 19.728056; -155.088056 (S. Hata Building)
Hilo Built by Japanese American family business in 1912
24 Heiau in Kukuipahu April 24, 1973
(#73000652)
Address Restricted
Hawi
25 International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Jack Wayne Hall Building
International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Jack Wayne Hall Building
October 23, 2018
(#100001917)
45-3720 Honoka'a-Waipi'o Rd.
20°04′48″N 155°28′19″W / 20.0800°N 155.4719°W / 20.0800; -155.4719 (International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Jack Wayne Hall Building)
Honoka'a
26 Walter Irving and Jean Henderson House
Walter Irving and Jean Henderson House
February 28, 2011
(#11000057)
82 Halaulani Place
19°43′58″N 155°05′29″W / 19.732778°N 155.091389°W / 19.732778; -155.091389 (Walter Irving and Jean Henderson House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Craftsman bungalow built 1925
27 Hilina Pali Road
Hilina Pali Road
January 14, 2015
(#09000587)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°24′06″N 155°15′56″W / 19.4016°N 155.265629°W / 19.4016; -155.265629 (Hilina Pali Road)
Hilo vicinity
28 W.H. Hill House
W.H. Hill House
February 28, 2011
(#11000055)
91 Halaulani Place
19°44′00″N 155°05′28″W / 19.733333°N 155.091111°W / 19.733333; -155.091111 (W.H. Hill House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Craftsman bungalow built 1919
29 Hilo Masonic Lodge Hall-Bishop Trust Building
Hilo Masonic Lodge Hall-Bishop Trust Building
April 21, 1994
(#94000383)
Junction of Keawe and Waianuenue Streets
19°43′33″N 155°05′17″W / 19.725833°N 155.088056°W / 19.725833; -155.088056 (Hilo Masonic Lodge Hall-Bishop Trust Building)
Hilo Also known as the Kaikodo (Restaurant) Building
30 James M. Hind House
James M. Hind House
February 3, 1994
(#93001557)
Skilled Camp, House J
20°06′58″N 155°34′51″W / 20.116111°N 155.580833°W / 20.116111; -155.580833 (James M. Hind House)
Hawi
31 Holualoa 4 Archeological District (State Site No. 50-10-37-23.661)
Holualoa 4 Archeological District (State Site No. 50-10-37-23.661)
June 8, 2005
(#05000542)
Aliʻi Drive
19°36′21″N 155°58′39″W / 19.605833°N 155.9775°W / 19.605833; -155.9775 (Holualoa 4 Archeological District (State Site No. 50-10-37-23.661))
Kailua-Kona Complex of temples and royal residences
32 Honokaʻa Catholic Properties–Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church February 28, 2022
(#100007451)
45-5028 Plumeria St.
20°04′41″N 155°28′12″W / 20.0780°N 155.4700°W / 20.0780; -155.4700 (Honokaʻa Catholic Properties–Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church)
Honokaʻa
33 Honokaʻa Hongwanji Buddhist Mission April 8, 2021
(#100006348)
45-516 Lehua St. and on Honokaʻa-Waipiʻo Highway .47 miles (0.76 km) west of jct. with Lehua St.
20°04′43″N 155°28′12″W / 20.0785°N 155.4701°W / 20.0785; -155.4701 (Honokaʻa Hongwanji Buddhist Mission)
Honokaʻa
34 Honokaa People's Theatre
Honokaa People's Theatre
October 6, 2015
(#15000684)
45-3574 Māmane St.
20°04′45″N 155°28′04″W / 20.079233°N 155.467710°W / 20.079233; -155.467710 (Honokaa People's Theatre)
Honokaʻa
35 Honoka'a Public Library
Honoka'a Public Library
January 16, 2020
(#100004874)
45-3380 Mamane St., Bldg. # 3
20°04′37″N 155°27′45″W / 20.0769°N 155.4624°W / 20.0769; -155.4624 (Honoka'a Public Library)
Honokaʻa
36 Honoka'a United Methodist Church
Honoka'a United Methodist Church
December 21, 2017
(#100001413)
45-3525 Māmane St.
20°04′43″N 155°27′59″W / 20.078486°N 155.46645°W / 20.078486; -155.46645 (Honoka'a United Methodist Church)
Honokaʻa
37 Honokohau Settlement
Honokohau Settlement
October 15, 1966
(#66000287)
Address Restricted
Kailua-Kona Inside Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
38 Hotel Honokaa Club
Hotel Honokaa Club
October 6, 2015
(#15000685)
45-3480 Māmane St.
20°04′42″N 155°27′55″W / 20.078375°N 155.465399°W / 20.078375; -155.465399 (Hotel Honokaa Club)
Honokaʻa
39 Huliheʻe Palace
Huliheʻe Palace
May 25, 1973
(#73000653)
Aliʻi Drive
19°38′32″N 155°59′51″W / 19.642222°N 155.9975°W / 19.642222; -155.9975 (Huliheʻe Palace)
Kailua-Kona Built by Governor Kuakini
40 Imiola Church
Imiola Church
August 28, 1975
(#75000618)
Northeast of Waimea on Hawaii Route 19
20°01′50″N 155°39′56″W / 20.030556°N 155.665556°W / 20.030556; -155.665556 (Imiola Church)
Waimea 1855 church with solid koa wood interior
41 Kahaluu Historic District
Kahaluu Historic District
December 27, 1974
(#74000713)
Address Restricted
Holualoa Complex of temples and royal residences
42 Kahikolu Church
Kahikolu Church
November 15, 1982
(#82000148)
Southeast of Napoopoo
19°28′10″N 155°54′55″W / 19.469444°N 155.915278°W / 19.469444; -155.915278 (Kahikolu Church)
Napoopoo Built in 1852 on ruins of 1833 church
43 Kalaoa Permanent House Site 10,205
Kalaoa Permanent House Site 10,205
November 21, 1992
(#92001552)
Near Kalihi Point, Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii
19°43′35″N 156°03′31″W / 19.726389°N 156.058611°W / 19.726389; -156.058611 (Kalaoa Permanent House Site 10,205)
Kailua-Kona Ancient house site
44 Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
November 10, 1978
(#78003148)
Island of Hawaii
19°41′05″N 156°01′22″W / 19.684697°N 156.022683°W / 19.684697; -156.022683 (Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park)
Kailua-Kona Ancient fish ponds and settlement ruins
45 Kamakahonu, Residence Of King Kamehameha I
Kamakahonu, Residence Of King Kamehameha I
October 15, 1966
(#66000288)
On the northwestern edge of Kailua Bay, north and west of Kailua Wharf
19°38′20″N 155°59′51″W / 19.639006°N 155.997586°W / 19.639006; -155.997586 (Kamakahonu, Residence Of King Kamehameha I)
Kailua-Kona Kamehameha I lived here after unifying the islands
46 Kamehameha Hall
Kamehameha Hall
May 20, 1993
(#93000426)
1162 Kalanianaole Ave.
19°43′53″N 155°02′42″W / 19.731389°N 155.045°W / 19.731389; -155.045 (Kamehameha Hall)
Hilo Meeting house of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I
47 Kamehameha III's Birthplace
Kamehameha III's Birthplace
July 24, 1978
(#78001018)
Off Alii Dr.
19°34′00″N 155°57′50″W / 19.566667°N 155.963889°W / 19.566667; -155.963889 (Kamehameha III's Birthplace)
Keauhou Marker at Keauhou Bay
48 Kamoa Point Complex
Kamoa Point Complex
July 14, 1983
(#83000247)
Address Restricted
Kailua-Kona Royal complex on Holualoa Bay
49 Kealakekua Bay Historical District
Kealakekua Bay Historical District
December 12, 1973
(#73000651)
Southwest of Captain Cook off Hawaii Route 11
19°28′29″N 155°55′27″W / 19.474722°N 155.924167°W / 19.474722; -155.924167 (Kealakekua Bay Historical District)
Captain Cook Religious center in use during early European visits
50 Keauhou Holua Slide
Keauhou Holua Slide
October 15, 1966
(#66000290)
East of Hawaii Route 18
19°33′44″N 155°57′30″W / 19.562342°N 155.958472°W / 19.562342; -155.958472 (Keauhou Holua Slide)
Keauhou Hawaiian lava sledding "extreme sport" course
51 Kii Petroglyphs July 12, 1984
(#84000919)
Address Restricted
Waiohinu
52 Kilauea Crater
Kilauea Crater
July 24, 1974
(#74000291)
Southwest of Hilo in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°25′02″N 155°16′36″W / 19.417222°N 155.276667°W / 19.417222; -155.276667 (Kilauea Crater)
Hilo Active volcano is a world heritage site
53 Kohala District Courthouse
Kohala District Courthouse
August 31, 1979
(#79000754)
Government Rd.
20°13′59″N 155°48′03″W / 20.233056°N 155.800833°W / 20.233056; -155.800833 (Kohala District Courthouse)
Kapaau
54 Kamekichi and Mika Kotake Store Property
Kamekichi and Mika Kotake Store Property
January 16, 2020
(#100001918)
45-3620 Mamane St.
20°04′46″N 155°28′09″W / 20.0794°N 155.4691°W / 20.0794; -155.4691 (Kamekichi and Mika Kotake Store Property)
Honoka'a
55 Kuamo'o Burials
Kuamo'o Burials
August 13, 1974
(#74000714)
Address Restricted
Kailua-Kona Site of 1819 battle, South of Keauhou Bay
56 Lapakahi Complex
Lapakahi Complex
July 2, 1973
(#73000654)
Akoni Pule Highway
20°10′31″N 155°53′50″W / 20.175278°N 155.897222°W / 20.175278; -155.897222 (Lapakahi Complex)
Mahukona Reconstructed ancient fishing village; State Historical Park and Marine Life Conservation District
57 Levi and Netti Lyman House
Levi and Netti Lyman House
February 28, 2011
(#11000059)
40 Halaulani Place
19°43′57″N 155°05′33″W / 19.7325°N 155.0925°W / 19.7325; -155.0925 (Levi and Netti Lyman House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Colonial revival built 1922
58 Rev. D.B. Lyman House
Rev. D.B. Lyman House
March 24, 1978
(#78001012)
276 Haili St.
19°43′38″N 155°05′35″W / 19.727222°N 155.093056°W / 19.727222; -155.093056 (Rev. D.B. Lyman House)
Hilo 1838 missionary house is now a museum
59 Mahana Archeological District (50HA10230) October 14, 1986
(#86002802)
Address Restricted
Naalehu
60 Manuka Bay Petroglyphs September 19, 1973
(#73000656)
Address Restricted
Waiohinu
61 Mauna Kea Adz Quarry October 15, 1966
(#66000285)
24 miles northwest of Hilo[3]
Coordinates missing
Hilo The largest primitive basalt quarry in the world
62 Mauna Loa Road
Mauna Loa Road
January 14, 2015
(#09000620)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°26′15″N 155°18′10″W / 19.4374°N 155.3027°W / 19.4374; -155.3027 (Mauna Loa Road)
Hilo vicinity
63 Mokuaikaua Church
Mokuaikaua Church
October 3, 1978
(#78001015)
Off Hawaii Route 11
19°38′39″N 155°59′48″W / 19.6442°N 155.9967°W / 19.6442; -155.9967 (Mokuaikaua Church)
Kailua-Kona Oldest Christian Church in Hawaii
64 Mookini Heiau
Mookini Heiau
October 15, 1966
(#66000284)
Northern tip of Hawaii, 1 mile west of Upolu Point Airport
20°15′44″N 155°52′59″W / 20.2622°N 155.8831°W / 20.2622; -155.8831 (Mookini Heiau)
Hawi State Monument includes Kamehameha I birthplace
65 Edward H. and Claire Moses House
Edward H. and Claire Moses House
February 28, 2011
(#11000056)
105 Halaulani Place
19°43′59″N 155°05′32″W / 19.7331°N 155.0922°W / 19.7331; -155.0922 (Edward H. and Claire Moses House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Craftsman bungalow built 1921
66 A. Nanbu Hotel-Holy's Bakery
A. Nanbu Hotel-Holy's Bakery
November 18, 1999
(#99001356)
Akoni Pule Highway
20°13′55″N 155°47′57″W / 20.2319°N 155.7992°W / 20.2319; -155.7992 (A. Nanbu Hotel-Holy's Bakery)
Kapaau
67 Old Volcano House No. 42
Old Volcano House No. 42
July 24, 1974
(#74000293)
Southwest of Hilo on Hawaii Route 11 in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°25′49″N 155°15′30″W / 19.4302°N 155.2582°W / 19.4302; -155.2582 (Old Volcano House No. 42)
Hilo Built in 1877; now Volcano Art Center gallery
68 Palace Theater
Palace Theater
May 11, 1993
(#93000376)
38 Haili St.
19°43′28″N 155°05′11″W / 19.7244°N 155.0864°W / 19.7244; -155.0864 (Palace Theater)
Hilo A movie theater built in 1925, today an arthouse
69 James and Catherine Parker House
James and Catherine Parker House
February 28, 2011
(#11000058)
72 Halaulani Place
19°43′58″N 155°05′29″W / 19.7328°N 155.0914°W / 19.7328; -155.0914 (James and Catherine Parker House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Craftsman bungalow built 1924
70 Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park
Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park
October 15, 1966
(#66000104)
20 miles (32 km) south of Kailua-Kona
19°25′22″N 155°54′35″W / 19.4228°N 155.9097°W / 19.4228; -155.9097 (Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park)
Hōnaunau Large ancient religious site formerly known as the "City of Refuge"
71 Pu'ukohola Heiau
Pu'ukohola Heiau
October 15, 1966
(#07001173)
0.9 miles southeast of Kawaihae
20°01′35″N 155°49′12″W / 20.0264°N 155.82°W / 20.0264; -155.82 (Pu'ukohola Heiau)
Kawaihae Kamehameha I temple built in 1790
72 Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site
Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site
August 17, 1972
(#66000105)
Northern end of Hawaii off Hawaii Route 26, about 1 mile southeast of Kawaihae
20°01′52″N 155°49′30″W / 20.0311°N 155.825°W / 20.0311; -155.825 (Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site)
Kawaihae see above
73 Pua'a-2 Agricultural Fields Archeological District
Pua'a-2 Agricultural Fields Archeological District
October 14, 1986
(#86002804)
Address Restricted
Holualoa Potentially destroyed[4]
74 Puako Petroglyph Archeological District
Puako Petroglyph Archeological District
April 8, 1983[5]
(#83000248)
Address Restricted
Puakō vicinity
75 Puna-Ka'u Historic District
Puna-Ka'u Historic District
July 1, 1974
(#74000294)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°17′42″N 155°14′31″W / 19.295°N 155.2419°W / 19.295; -155.2419 (Puna-Ka'u Historic District)
Pāhala
76 St. Benedict's Catholic Church
St. Benedict's Catholic Church
May 31, 1979
(#79000753)
Off Hawaii Route 11
19°26′21″N 155°53′33″W / 19.4392°N 155.8925°W / 19.4392; -155.8925 (St. Benedict's Catholic Church)
Hōnaunau Another "Painted Church"
77 Masaaki Sakata Property
Masaaki Sakata Property
August 7, 2017
(#100001414)
45-3577 Māmane St.
20°04′44″N 155°28′05″W / 20.0790°N 155.4680°W / 20.0790; -155.4680 (Masaaki Sakata Property)
Honokaʻa
78 W.H. Shipman House
W.H. Shipman House
June 23, 1978
(#78001013)
141 Kaʻiulani Street
19°43′27″N 155°05′58″W / 19.7242°N 155.0994°W / 19.7242; -155.0994 (W.H. Shipman House)
Hilo Built in 1899 for William Herbert Shipman, now a "Bed and Breakfast" Hotel
79 South Point Complex
South Point Complex
October 15, 1966
(#66000291)
Southern point of Hawaii
18°54′57″N 155°40′35″W / 18.9158°N 155.6764°W / 18.9158; -155.6764 (South Point Complex)
Naalehu Southernmost point in the United States
80 John Dias Souza Property April 8, 2021
(#100006349)
45-3599 Māmane Street
20°04′45″N 155°28′07″W / 20.0792°N 155.4685°W / 20.0792; -155.4685 (John Dias Souza Property)
Honokaʻa
81 Star of the Sea Church-Kalapana Painted Church
Star of the Sea Church-Kalapana Painted Church
May 14, 1997
(#97000407)
Hawaii Route 130, 0.7 miles north of Kaimu
19°22′34″N 154°58′01″W / 19.3761°N 154.9669°W / 19.3761; -154.9669 (Star of the Sea Church-Kalapana Painted Church)
Kaimu Small church near villages destroyed by lava flows
82 Tong Wo Society Building
Tong Wo Society Building
June 9, 1978
(#78001011)
Hawaii Route 27
20°13′40″N 155°46′10″W / 20.2278°N 155.7694°W / 20.2278; -155.7694 (Tong Wo Society Building)
Halaula
83 Herbert Austin Truslow House
Herbert Austin Truslow House
February 28, 2011
(#11000060)
52 Halaulani Place
19°43′57″N 155°05′31″W / 19.7325°N 155.0919°W / 19.7325; -155.0919 (Herbert Austin Truslow House)
Hilo Halaulani Place, 1917-1960 MPS; Craftsman bungalow built 1920
84 U.S. Post Office and Office Building
U.S. Post Office and Office Building
October 1, 1974
(#74000708)
Kinoole and Waianuenue Sts.
19°43′49″N 155°05′31″W / 19.7303°N 155.0919°W / 19.7303; -155.0919 (U.S. Post Office and Office Building)
Hilo Built in 1915, still used as Federal offices
85 Uchida Coffee Farm
Uchida Coffee Farm
February 9, 1995
(#94001621)
Off Mamalahoa Highway
19°29′24″N 155°54′49″W / 19.49°N 155.9136°W / 19.49; -155.9136 (Uchida Coffee Farm)
Kealakekua Restored Japanese Kona coffee farm
86 Volcano Block Building
Volcano Block Building
January 7, 1993
(#92001748)
27-37 Waianuenue Ave.
19°43′44″N 155°05′24″W / 19.7289°N 155.09°W / 19.7289; -155.09 (Volcano Block Building)
Hilo Commercial building built in 1914 with notable tenants
87 Waiakea Mission Station-Hilo Station
Waiakea Mission Station-Hilo Station
April 23, 2002
(#02000387)
211 Haili St.
19°43′37″N 155°05′31″W / 19.7269°N 155.0919°W / 19.7269; -155.0919 (Waiakea Mission Station-Hilo Station)
Hilo Haili Church built by Titus Coan 1854
88 Waimea Elementary School
Waimea Elementary School
June 8, 2005
(#05000541)
Hawaii Route 19, Kawaihae Rd. TMK (3)6-5-07:3
20°01′25″N 155°40′21″W / 20.0236°N 155.6725°W / 20.0236; -155.6725 (Waimea Elementary School)
Kamuela First schoolhouse serving Waimea community and example of early Hawaiian plantation style
89 Whitney Seismograph Vault No. 29
Whitney Seismograph Vault No. 29
July 24, 1974
(#74000292)
Southwest of Hilo on Hawaii Route 11 in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°25′59″N 155°15′40″W / 19.4331°N 155.2611°W / 19.4331; -155.2611 (Whitney Seismograph Vault No. 29)
Hilo Original home of Hawaiian Volcano Observatory founded by Thomas Jaggar in 1912
90 Wilkes Campsite
Wilkes Campsite
July 24, 1974
(#74000295)
West of Hilo at Mauna Loa Volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
19°28′14″N 155°35′06″W / 19.4706°N 155.585°W / 19.4706; -155.585 (Wilkes Campsite)
Hilo Ruins of 1840 Charles Wilkes camp site at Mokuaweoweo summit
91 A.J. Williamson House
A.J. Williamson House
May 9, 1997
(#97000406)
31 Halaulani Pl.
19°44′11″N 155°05′44″W / 19.7364°N 155.0956°W / 19.7364; -155.0956 (A.J. Williamson House)
Hilo Craftsman bungalow built 1921
92 Kojiro Yamato Store and Garage April 8, 2021
(#100006354)
45-3468 Māmane St.
20°04′41″N 155°27′54″W / 20.0780°N 155.4650°W / 20.0780; -155.4650 (Kojiro Yamato Store and Garage)
Honokaʻa
93 Teiji Yamatsuka Store
Teiji Yamatsuka Store
March 12, 2018
(#100001415)
45-3590 Māmane St.
20°04′45″N 155°28′06″W / 20.0792°N 155.4684°W / 20.0792; -155.4684 (Teiji Yamatsuka Store)
Honokaʻa

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  1. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  2. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  3. ^ Location derived from this[dead link] National Park Service website; the NRIS lists it as "Address Restricted"
  4. ^ State approved permits to bulldoze ancient sites in Honolulu Advertiser, May 10, 2007
  5. ^ National Park Service (April 13, 1983), Weekly announcement of National Register of Historic Places actions (PDF), p. 61-63.

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