Pertaining to Levi Chamberlain, 1865.

[Found under: “Ka Anesona Moolelo No Hawaii nei.”]

Pertaining to Levi Kamalena.

Chamberlain is a man famous for his work, and as someone who did not think much of the pleasures of this world. In 1821, he was a young merchant in Boston, and it is true, he gained prosperity as did the other young merchants. But he did not waiver in his belief in the Holy Ghost and to join in missionary work; as if it was his calling from God, and he left his pursuit of wealth. Continue reading


Mission Houses Museum, 1920.


After not being paid attention to for many years, that old house of Levi Chamberlain [Levi Kamalena] in the old missionary lot at the corner of King and Kawaiahao, was spruced up and it is beautiful to see today as it looked when it was first built; it is supplied with office furnishings in preparation of bringing back some old relics of the missionary teachers there. Continue reading