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Fourteen huge redwood columns supported the wooden roof trusses which span the entire width of the building.
Two destructive tsunamis in 19 destroyed the rail system and caused a dramatic shift in the local economy.
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Hawaii is known as the "Aloha State" and Senior People is here to bring their Senior Singles together.
The 21 stops along the way provide information about the town’s history dating from 1870 to the present. Circa 1100 AD, the first Hilo inhabitants arrived from Polynesia and lived along the Wailuku and Wailoa Rivers and the shores of Hilo Bay.
During the time of ancient Hawaii they farmed, fished, and traded goods.
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A Crash Course in Online Dating for the Technically Challenged 5 Age-Defying Dating Tips Children as Gatekeepers?The building’s façade is an elegant neo-classical design executed in stucco with wood molding accents. Photo from the collection of John De Mello courtesy of Roger Angell and the Lyman Museum The Palace was designed to take maximum advantage of its limited property size.The stadium seating arrangement (pre-dating the “discovery” of stadium seating by modern theater operators in the 1990’s) allowed for unobstructed sight lines, while giving the Palace a very spacious lobby.Please read more on the All historical contents copyrighted by (and on generous loan from) ROBERT ALDER (except where noted) All Rights Reserved We are always looking for old photographs or memorabilia to post here.If you have something you’d like to share (or know someone who does), please let us know.This self-guided walking tour will take about one hour if walked continuously.