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Title Cliff section near end of Hana Belt Road - Hana Belt Road, Between Haiku and Kaipahulu, Hana, Maui County, HI
Depicted place Hawaii; Maui County; Hana
Dimensions 5 x 7 in.

Lowe, Jet

Related names:

Maui County Engineer's Office; Howell, Hugh; Low, Paul; Wong, A P; Wilson and McCandless; Hugh Howell Engineering Company; Moses Akiona Ltd; State of Hawaii Department of Transportation; County of Maui Department of Public Works and Waste Management; Pogue, William; Kalama, Samuel; Maui Loan Fund Commission; Low, Paul; Bailey, Charles; Wilson, John; Akiona, Moses; D'Esmond, William; Federal Highways Administration, Hawaii Division, sponsor; Wong, Abraham Y, sponsor; Galicinao, Domingo, sponsor; Highways Division, Hawaii Department of Transportation, sponsor; Cajigal, Ferdinand, sponsor; Shibuya, Charlene, sponsor; Maui County Department of Public Works and Environmental Management, sponsor; Arakawa, Milton, sponsor; Krueger, Joe, sponsor; Christianson, Justine, transmitter
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
Accession number HAER HI-75-158
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  • See also bridges documented as part of the Hana Highway Historic District, HAER Nos. HI-70, -71, & -72 and Hamakua Ditch, East Maui Irrigation Company, HAER No. HI-77, for additional documentation.
  • Significance: The Hana Belt Road is a remnant of Mau's "belt" (around-the-island) road system. It retains a high level of historic integrity and character. The Hana Belt Road is relatively unaltered in terms of its historic setting and character, which includes the road's location, width, alignment, structures, scenery and vistas. The historic portion of the Hana Belt Road is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Hana Belt Road includes the highest concentration of stylistically consistent historic bridges and culverts in the State of Hawaii.
  • Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N2068
  • Survey number: HAER HI-75
  • Building/structure dates: ca. 1908- 1926 Initial Construction
  • Building/structure dates: 1937 Subsequent Work
  • Building/structure dates: 1947 Subsequent Work
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Object location 20° 45′ 29.02″ N, 155° 59′ 25.01″ W  Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

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