This gallery keeps up three verifiable properties from the mid nineteenth century. These re-established homes, recorded on the National Register of Historic Places, report the lives and living states of early evangelists. They are the most seasoned western style structures as yet standing. The properties incorporate the Mission House 1821, the printing works 1841 and the Chamberlain House 1831, worked by Levi Chamberlain for himself and his group of eight when they came to Honolulu from Vermont in 1823. It was here that books in the Hawaiian dialect, utilized by evangelists as a composed dialect, were first printed. You can visit this place with your family member and loved ones.