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[Place Names of Hawai'i]

Street near Puna-hou School, Honolulu, named for the missionary William Patterson Alexander (1805-1884) who came to Hawaiʻi in 1832 and served until his death. (TM.) A house built in 1899 for his third son, S.T. Alexander (1836-1904), Makiki, Honolulu (the house still stands, 1970). S.T. Alexander's widow donated funds for Alexander Field on the Puna-hou campus in 1908. See Olinda.

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