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In the background is the Palawai Basin which was the first gathering place for the Hawaiian Saints which commenced in 1854. From left to right: Arnold Wunder, Kahului, Hawaii Stake President; Ronald K. Hawkins, Honolulu, Hawaii Mission President; Riley Moffat, Head Reference Librarian for BYU-Hawaii; Fifita Niu, monument builder; Paula Ngalu, assisted with buildling of monument; Herb Yuen, 2nd Councelor in Kahului Stake Presidency, Kim R. Wilson, chairman of the MHSF and Fred E. Woods, BYU Professor of Church History & Doctrine and executive director of the MHSF.

Photo courtesy Jace McQuivey, General Counsel, Hawaii Reserves, Inc.

In the background is the Palawai Basin which was the first gathering place for the Hawaiian Saints which commenced in 1854. From left to right: Arnold Wunder, Kahului, Hawaii Stake President; Ronald K. Hawkins, Honolulu, Hawaii Mission President; Riley Moffat, Head Reference Librarian for BYU-Hawaii; Fifita Niu, monument builder; Paula Ngalu, assisted with buildling of monument; Herb Yuen, 2nd Councelor in Kahului Stake Presidency, Kim R. Wilson, chairman of the MHSF and Fred E. Woods, BYU Professor of Church History & Doctrine and executive director of the MHSF.

Photo courtesy Jace McQuivey, General Counsel, Hawaii Reserves, Inc.

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