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Cultural Surveys Hawai'i was asked to research and design an interpretive exhibit to be placed at the surviving remnant of Russian Fort Alexander at Princeville, Kaua'i. This project was part of the redesign of the Princeville Mirage Hotel. The exhibit was to be housed in a gazebo between the fort and the hotel and include four (4) display panels.
After a review process of over 2 years, the final plans were approved and the exhibit was installed. A review of the logistical and methodological problems involved enlightened us as to how to approach future projects of this nature, and to consider the vast distinction between archaeological historical research and public presentation.