The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum is a gallery of history and science situated in the noteworthy Kalihi area of Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu. It is the biggest historical center in Hawai'i and has the world's biggest gathering of Polynesian social relics and regular history examples. The chronicles hold the aftereffects of broad investigations done by historical center staff in the Pacific Basin, and additionally original copies, photos, craftsmanship, oral histories, business sound accounts and maps. The book accumulation comprises of around 50,000 volumes with an accentuation on the social and characteristic history of Hawai'i and the Pacific, with subject qualities in human sciences, music, natural science, entomology, and zoology. The library gives additional entrance to the accumulation of distributed journals, accounts, diaries, and different works identifying with eighteenth and nineteenth century Hawai'i. The historical center debilitated to sink the ship before the finish of 2008 unless private assets were raised for an unending consideration endowment.10 On September 28, 2008, possession was exchanged to the non-benefit gathering, Friends of Falls of Clyde, which means to reestablish the ship.