From East to West on Mamalahoa Hwy, the cemetery is on the right, shortly past the Ka'u Medical Center. The first cemetery on the side of the road is the Filipino/Methodist Cemetery, with the Chinese Cemetery being directly behind it.
This cemetery is located behind the Filipino Cemetery (both being burial areas supplied by the plantations for their workers) and was found, buried under brush in 2004. It was mapped and uncovered by Janet Six and students from the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
Kraus-Friedburg, Chana. (Jan. 1, 2008) "Where you stay?": Transnational identity in sugar plantation worker cemeteries, Pahala, Hawai'i.
GPS Coordinates: 19.19756, -155.4728
- Added: 18 Jun 2012
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2453806
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