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Captain Cook, Hawaii
Bringing Kona’s Diverse Agricultural History to the Public

Hawaiʻi’s Kona Historical Society preserves, collects, and shares the Kona region’s stories. Since 1990, a series of NEH grants have helped the society establish itself as a living history center—the nation’s only living history coffee farm—as well as preserve its archives. Now, the Kona Historical Society operates two historic sites that interpret Kona’s unique history and share that history with visitors from around the world.

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