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Hawai'i • Hawaii

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Kingdom of Hawai'i Before January 17, 1893

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A painting of Boki (sometimes Poki, born Kamā‘ule‘ule) (before 1785–after December 1829) was a High Chief in the ancient Hawaiian tradition and served the Kingdom of Hawai‘i as royal governor of the island of O‘ahu. Boki ran a mercantile.  Also pictured is his wife Kuini Liliha  (c. 1802–1839) a High Chiefess in the ancient Hawaiian tradition who served the Kingdom of Hawai‘i as royal governor of O‘ahu. She administered the island from 1829 to 1831 following the death of her husband.

The Royal Family of the Hawaiian Kingdom

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The China Clipper at rest in Hawaii. The famous symbol of a new era in air travel history. Photo credit to Hawaii State Archives/Pan-Pacific Press Bureau. #HawaiibyAir
Mystery of Deadly 1946 Tsunami Deepens | Live Science

Republic of Hawaii • Hawaii Territory • 1893-1959

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Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States on August 21, 1959.

Hawaii • Statehood, August 21, 1959 - 2000

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21st Century

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Puako General Store, Waimea
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden (Garden Ocean Trail) Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, a 501 (c)(3) Scientific and Educational Non-Profit 27-717 Old Mamalahoa Highway P.O. Box 80, Papaikou, HI 96781 Phone: 808-964-5233 FAX: 808-964-1338
October 29, 1889: Japanese immigrant and labor advocate Katsu Goto is lynched by men employed by the owner of the Ookala Plantation in Hawaii. After working for three years as a contract laborer on a plantation, Goto opened up a general store in competition with the local company store and served as a liaison between Japanese laborers and plantation management, facilitating mediation, acting as an interpreter, and advocating for improved working conditions.

Historic Landmarks

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Moana Hotel, Waikiki, Hawaii (early 1900s)...built in 1901 and expanded in 1918.

Architecture of Hawaii

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Hawaiian Culture

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Hawaii Horticulture: The Native Fern That May Not Be a Fern – Moa
Hawaiian Ti Plant, Good Luck Plant, Ti Plant 'Tricolor' (Cordyline fruticosa)

Native Hawaiian Plants

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Map of Hawaiian Islands Maps
South_Shore-Barbers_Pt-Diamond_Head-Hawaii_Kai-Kailua-Heeia-Reg1834 (1892)-(portion_noting_Puu_O_Kaimuki)


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John's Old Time Radio Show | Welcome to John’s Old Time Radio Show!!! Listen To John Heneghan play and talk about 78 rpm records from his collection. Each episode features a different theme and style and some will feature special guests playing records from their collections. Sign up on iTunes to automatically download the show. There will be a new show posted the 1st of every month. Check back and tell your friends!!!


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Michael Schwab
1957 tourist guide booklet, front cover guide booklet from Aloha Guide

Posters • Art

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Searching for Hawaii Island's Old Mamalahoa Highway | Hawaii Magazine

Roads · Interstate Highway

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Tex's Drive In, Honoka'a, Hawai'i- Home of the malasada and 2 for 1 loco moco special!
Tex Drive In & Restaurant (Malasdas) - Honokaa, Island of Hawaii

Food of Hawaii

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Local Boy - Shaved Ice in Kihei. By far the #1 shave ice in Kihei.
tropical fruit stand in Maui | à la mode*

Roadside Stands · Food Trucks

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Coffeehouse in Kihei, Maui
Kihei Caffe, across from Kalama Park in Kihei
Best 10 Restaurants in Kailua: Finding The Perfect Dinner on Oahu Hawaii - http://kailua.org/best-restaurants-in-kailua-oahu/ #Kailua #Hawaii

Coffee of Hawaii

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Searching for Hawaii Island's Old Mamalahoa Highway | Hawaii Magazine
Umauma Falls viewing & garden walk free. stop at visitor center first. 31-313 Old Mamalahoa Highway Hakalau, Hawaii 96710
32-1056 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Ninole HI - Trulia

Hawai'i (the Big Island)

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Keawe Street


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Kona Coast

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Kaho‘olawe <3 this Hawaii series by designer Chae Ho Lee, inspired by vintage Sanborn Insurance Maps
Kahoolawe – the Realm of the Sea God


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10 Places You Must Visit With Your Kids
The island of Lana'i is one of the last places in Hawaii where you can still have a beach to yourself.  In fact, on the northern and eastern coastlines, you have a better chance of finding deer tracks in the sand than a trace of human footprints.  The same can't be said for Hulopo'e Bay, where th...
Nestled along Oahu’s southeastern shore between the striking Lanai Lookout and the legendary Sandy Beach Park, the Halona Blowhole is perhaps the most popular rock formation of its kind found in Hawaii.


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Koki Beach, Hana, Maui


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