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Hawaii’s Backyard: Zip through Maui history on electric bikes

COURTESY BOSS FROG’S King Kamehameha III is said to have commissioned the building in 1833 as an inn and a store for visiting sailors. It got its name, U.S. Seaman’s Hospital, in 1844 when it was leased as a hospital for sick and injured mariners, particularly whalers.
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King Kamehameha III is said to have commissioned the building in 1833 as an inn and a store for visiting sailors. It got its name, U.S. Seaman’s Hospital, in 1844 when it was leased as a hospital for sick and injured mariners, particularly whalers.

COURTESY BOSS FROG’S
                                The building now known as the Wo Hing Museum was built in 1912 as a social meeting hall for the Wo Hing Society, Chinese immigrants who wanted to maintain ties with their motherland.
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COURTESY BOSS FROG’S

The building now known as the Wo Hing Museum was built in 1912 as a social meeting hall for the Wo Hing Society, Chinese immigrants who wanted to maintain ties with their motherland.

COURTESY BOSS FROG’S
                                The Buddha at Lahaina Jodo Mission commemorates the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Japanese on Maui in 1868.
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The Buddha at Lahaina Jodo Mission commemorates the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Japanese on Maui in 1868.

COURTESY BOSS FROG’S King Kamehameha III is said to have commissioned the building in 1833 as an inn and a store for visiting sailors. It got its name, U.S. Seaman’s Hospital, in 1844 when it was leased as a hospital for sick and injured mariners, particularly whalers.
COURTESY BOSS FROG’S
                                The building now known as the Wo Hing Museum was built in 1912 as a social meeting hall for the Wo Hing Society, Chinese immigrants who wanted to maintain ties with their motherland.
COURTESY BOSS FROG’S
                                The Buddha at Lahaina Jodo Mission commemorates the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Japanese on Maui in 1868.