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Transcript of Hawaii
The most popular job is selling goods. About 15,000 Hawaiians farm. Hawaii is a leader of growing sugarcane and pineapples.
Hawaii also grows papayas,
guava, mangoes, and
coconuts. Hawaii had also
estimated 155,000 cattle
and calves. Most of the state's cattle farms are in Hawaii and Maui. Another job fishing was very popular. The most valuable is the swordfish and the big eye tuna.
By: Sally Kim
Polynesians settled in the Hawaiian Islands. They came in big canoes from other Pacific islands With only the stars to guide them, they miraculously sailed over 2000 miles in canoes to migrate to the Islands. One memorable day in Hawaii is on December 7, 1941, the Japanese set a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on Oahu bringing the United States into World War II. Nearly 2,500 American sailors, soldiers, and marines were
killed. The Japanese Americans were treated very badly during war. In March 1959, the U.S. government approved statehood for Hawaii, and in June the Hawaiian people voted to accept Hawaii into the United States. Two months later, on August 21, 1959, Hawaii officially became the 50th state.
Hawaii is in the Pacific Region of the United States. In Hawaii you can do things in the ocean. You can surf, snorkel, build sandcastles, and ride in submarines. If you are not going to the beach you can also watch volcanoes erupt, go on hikes, go horseback riding, go on tours, and go to observatories.
State capital: Honalulu
State nickname: The Aloha State
State Population: 1,360,301 (2010)
Size: 10,926 square miles
State flower: (yellow)
State tree: kukui (candlenut)
State bird: nene (Hawaiian goose)
State dance: hula
Hawaii is like no other state in the United States. First, it is not in North America. Second, Hawaii is the only state that is entirely
surrounded by water.
Hawaii may have the
of beauty in the United States. Hawaii was also the only state that was made up of 132 islands
State language: Hawaiian and English
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Hawaii has a tropical climate cooled by trade winds. Normal daily temperatures in Honolulu
average 73°f. With its
warm and gentle trade
winds, mild temperatures
and sunny skies, Hawaii is a fantastic vacation destination throughout the year. Generally speaking, the state of Hawaii is tropical, but the temperature and climate can vary dramatically depending on where you are located on a particular island.