Island of Molokai

Molokai Area: 673.4 km² Population: 7,404 (2000) Highest elevation: 4,961 ft (1,512.1 m) Largest settlement: Kaunakakai History Molokai is a Hawaiian island in the central Pacific. Molokai was long inhabited by self-sufficient taro growers and fishermen. In the 18th century the kingdom of Oahu gained control over Molokai; its rule…

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Beach-at-Halawa Molokai

Punchbowl Cemetery

Punchbowl Cemetery - National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Few national cemeteries can compete with the dramatic natural setting of the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Commonly knows as Punchbowl Cemetery or Punchbowl Memorial, the bowl was formed some 75,000 to 100,000 years ago during the Honolulu period of…

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National Memorial Cemetary of the Pacific –

Hawaiian Railway Society: Parlor Car 64

Hawaiian Railway Society: Parlor Car 64 In 1900, Oahu Railway & Land Co. founder, Benjamin F. Dillingham, had Parlor/Observation Car No. 64 designed and built especially for himself. No. 64 was the showpiece of the OR&L's rolling stock. Built in Honolulu at a cost of $4,388.24, it had a double-size…

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Hawaii Panoramas
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