Titus Coan Memorial Library
Early Missionaries To Hawaii
This library is dedicated to gathering storing and making available online information
and resources that tell the story of the Early Christian Missionaries
who came and labored among the native and later foreign populations
of the Kingdom of Hawaii. It will also be a source of Christian insight into
the history of that nation.
It is our hope as an educational project that this library archive will
benefit not only the current population of Hawaii but others
around the world and leave an legacy of these things for generations
to come. May it be as a gift to the churches and people of Hawaii and beyond
and revive the Missionary Zeal that was once given to all...
This is currently an ongoing long term project. There are currently over 90 Missionary profile
pages that have been built (most about missionaries and their wives) with a record of their missionary service in Hawaii. As
much as possible a longer biographical page and other information (writings, letters, books) will be
added to each record page (and in some cases multiple pages per missionary).
There are presently 4 online books entered into the library of well over 20+ books
planned so far as resources. All of them an incredible record of "the Great Awakening" and
transformation of the native Hawaiian population during the 1800's.
It is our hope that this library project will be archived and become a well used educational
resource on the subject to many.