engineers and architects of Hawaii

Hawaii's oldest engineers' & architects' association,

meeting since 1902.


October Program 2015

Program Chair: BOD


Friday – October 2nd   EAH Video Replay from August 22, 2014


Speaker: Paul Brennan – Retired Anthropologist

Title:  “Kailua: Where Two Waters Meet”

History of Kailua & Maunawili from the Civil War to now. Paul is a retired anthropologist, having done research with the East-West Center and the Bishop Museum. He also has conducted research in India and Papua New Guinea. Since moving to Hawaii with his family 26 years ago, he has conducted oral history interviews with over 100 of Kailua’s elders. Combining this information with archival research and extensive archaeological field work in Maunawili (Bishop Museum), he has written a history of Kailua’s ahupua’a. Community development is very important to Paul, and historical reconstruction and education is a vital means for Kailua to become a more vibrant, wholesome place to live and work.





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Meetings are open to all interested persons and are held every Friday (except holidays) in Downtown Honolulu.  Meetings start at NOON and end PROMPTLY at 1:00 pm.

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After 65 years at the YWCA, In 2009 EAH had to relocate our meeting location.  

All Friday meetings are in meeting room 301 in the Topa Tower (Ewa Tower) of the (old AmFac Building) 745 Fort Street Mall. 

Validated Parking is available cost $2.00 (enter from Nimitz Hwy).

A complete Buffet Lunch is catered by the Mango Grill.

Lunch cost: Members $10.00; Guests $12.00; Students free.

Welcome to bring your brown bag lunch, a $2 donation is appreciated.

Ice Tea, Lemonade and water Free.

All are invited to attend.  No RSVP required! See you there!


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