5 edition of Fort Kamehameha found in the catalog.
Dorrance, William H.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-155) and index.
|Statement||by William H. Dorrance.|
|LC Classifications||UA26.F6655 D67 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||93004231|
Photo, Print, Drawing Hickam Field, Fort Kamehameha Historic Housing, Along Worchester Avenue & Hope Street, Honolulu, Honolulu County, HI. Enlarge View 11 images in sequence. [ Photos from Survey HABS HIAS ] (Library of Congress) Repository. William C. Gaines A History of Fort DeRussy CD Journal Vol Issue 4, November p. Books: Dorrance, William H. Fort Kamehameha, the Story of the Harbor Defenses of Pearl Harbor. White Mane Publishing Co. Shippensburg, PA Thompson, Erwin N. Pacific Ocean Engineers: History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States Navy (United States. Navy) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. United States. Navy: The Aleutians Campaign, June - August (HTML at Ibiblio) United States. Navy: Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships (electronic edition; with additional reports and updates) (illustrated HTML at ). On the afternoon of Decem , soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, on a work detail at Fort Kamehameha—a post south of Hickam Field and bordering the west end of John Rodgers Airport—made a macabre : Mbartels.
For several more years he remained at O'ahu, recovering from this defeat and, perhaps, pondering conquest of Kaua'i. Expecting an attack from Kamehameha, Ka'umu'ali'i sought the help of a Russian agent, Dr. Georg Schaffer, in building a fort at the mouth of the Waimea River and exchanged Kaua'i's sandalwood for guns. The US Army Corps of Engineers built the first Army railroad on Oahu in to use for construction of Fort Kamehameha. Seven batteries were built between and , and the "temporary" railroad not only remained but was expanded to become a permanent one in with the establishment of the 41st Coast Artillery (Railway).
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Fort Kamehameha the story of the harbor defenses of Pearl Harbor by Dorrance, William H. Published by White Mane Pub. in Shippensburg, PA. Written in EnglishPages: Fort Kamehameha () - A U.S.
Army Taft Period Coastal Fort first established as Fort Upton in on Queen Emma Point, Oahu Island, Honolulu County, Hawaii. First named Fort Upton in G.O. 15,after General Emory Upton, U.S.
Civil War General. Renamed Fort Kamehameha in G.O., after Kamehameha, first king of unified ned as a fortification in Address Hickam AFB HI, Abstract By Michael Keany, Courtesy of Honolulu Magazine What is it.
Built inFort Kamehameha was originally an Army Coastal Artillery Post. After World War II, however, coastal artillery became obsolete, and most of the non-residential buildings were demolished. The remaining 33 homes stand.
In addition to the armaments, Fort Kamehameha historic area encompasses a flagpole, chapel and 33 homes built in The bungalow style homes are in two styles, four in a large H-shaped plan and 29 in a smaller U-shaped footprint.
When you land at Honolulu International Airport, you almost always fly over Fort Kamehameha and these homes. Hawaiians referred to Fort Kamehameha book fort as Kekuanohu (“thorny back,” because of the guns on it walls) or Kepapu (“the gun wall”), wrote Walter Judd in the book “Palaces and Forts of the Hawaiian Kingdom.”.
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The fort was built in as part of a system of similar forts around Oahu to secure it from a naval attack known as the “Ring of Steel”. Here is a historic picture of Fort Kamehameha from where near the beaches the letter “E” shaped gun batteries can be seen. Kawaiaha‘o Plaza.
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- Significance: Fort Kamehameha Historic District is significant as a coastal defense fort in the newly acquired U.S. territories in the Pacific, particularly for its strategic position at the entrance of Pearl Harbor.
From this spot, Fort Kamehameha's system of heavily fortified coastal batteries. Fort Kamehameha The Story of the Harbor Defenses of Pearl Harbor.
Dorrance, William H. Book - Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dorrance, William H., Fort Kamehameha. Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Pub. Co., © Fort Kamehameha was a United States Army military base that was the site of several coastal artillery batteries to defend Pearl Harbor starting in in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Located inside of Hickam Air Force Base on Oahu, this coastal battery housed eight 12" mortars. Construction began incompleted in and then deacti.
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