English: The Depository of the Kings of Hawaii, adjoining the Place of Refuge at Honaunau, engraving by J. Archer after Rev. William Ellis, 1822-1823. Said to have been built by Keaweikekahialiʻiokamoku, Hale O Keawe was restored by Kamehameha I. Kaʻahumanu had it dismantled in the 1820s after her conversion to Christianity.
|Date||between circa 1822 and circa 1823
|Source||Kamakau, Samuel ()  Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii (Revised ed.), Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press, p. after 258 ISBN: 0-87336-014-1.|
|Author||J. Archer after
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