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Territorial Building - Wikipedia


Coordinates: 21°18′18″N 157°51′31″W / 21.30500°N 157.85861°W / 21.30500; -157.85861 The Territorial Building is a government buildi...

Kekuanaoa / Territorial Office Building - Parking Lot - Parkopedia


Find parking costs, opening hours and a parking map of Kekuanaoa / Territorial Office Building parking lot on 465 Soth King Street as well as other parking lots, ...

Territorial Building - Historic Downtown Honolulu - Hawaii for Visitors


Attractions Within Walking Distance: - Aliiolani Hale - King Kamehameha Statue - Iolani Palace - Kawaiahao Church - Mission Houses Museum See also:

Territorial Office Building / Kekuanaoa Building


Walking back down King Street, past the statue of Kame hameha I, you come to the Territorial Office Building which is also known as the Kekuanaoa Building ...

Territorial Enterprise Building --Three Historic Nevada Cities ...


This brick building was built in 1876 as the third and final office of Nevada's first newspaper, the Territorial Enterprise. The Enterprise was established as a ...

Territorial Office Building is district's underrated gem - Honolulu Star ...


Jun 27, 2004 ... No respect. The Territorial Office Building, also known as the Kekuanaoa Building, is "architecturally perhaps the least significant of all the ...

Territorial Office Building (Kekuanaoa) - e-Hawaii.com


Sep 15, 2013 ... Tagged as: hawaii, hawaii photos, hawaii pics, hawaii pictures, hawaii scenery, hawaii scenics, Kekuanaoa Building, Territorial Office Building.

Historic Sites of the Washington State and Territorial Library: 1853 to ...


Kneeland Hotel [McKenny Building], circa 1900s. ... Affairs for Washington Territory from 1867-1872 [obituary, ...

Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum | Utah State Parks


The Statehouse is actually the south wing of a much larger building that never was completed, and now houses exhibits the story of Utah's Territorial period.

Roles and responsibilities of councils | Building Performance


3 days ago ... The Building Act 2004 creates clearly defined roles for building consent authorities (BCAs), territorial authorities and regional authorities.