From time to time, Hawaiian Mission Houses staff or contractors will produce research reports that will be accessible through this link. Please check back often to see what new research has been added.
Thomas A. Woods, Michael Smola, Betty Lou Kam, Domestic Arts Textiles, Domesticity, Education, and Meaning, (Honolulu, Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives, 2015). This publication was created for the Domestic Arts Room of the 1821 Mission House and funded by the Hawai`i Council for the Humanities.
“Missionary and Native Hawaiian Attitudes Toward Sexuality and Clothing”
by Thomas A. Woods, Ph.D., Executive Director
“19th Century Women's Education” by Michael Smola, Curator of Programs
“Fabrics of Change Domestic Arts in the Hawaiian Islands” by Betty Lou Kam, Guest Curator
Thomas A. Woods, Albert J. Schütz, John Kalei Laimana, Jr. Bedroom Annex | Print Shop , Language , Literacy, and Meaning, (Honolulu, Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives, 2017). This publication was created for the Bedroom Annex | Print Shop of Hawaiian Mission Houses and funded by the Hawai`i Council for the Humanities.
"Perspectives on the Past"by Thomas A. Woods, Ph.D., Executive Director
"‘O-pu-kaha‘ia, Missionaries in Hawai‘i, and Noah Webster: Connections and Puzzles to Solve"
by Albert J. Schütz, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics, University of Hawai‘i at Ma-noa
"Hawaiians Begin Learning the Palapala"
by John Kalei Laimana, Jr.