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Hawaii state Report
Transcript of Hawaii state Report
English Translation Hawaii's State Seal and Flag Hawaii is the 50th State Hawaii became a state on August 21, 1959 Hawaii State Fish Humuhumunukumkuapuaa Hawaiian Trigger Fish Part Of the endangered species State nickname "Aloha State" Hawaii State Mammal Monk Seal State Insect Pulelehua Kamehameha Butterfly Ranked 40th in Population State Tree Candlenut Tree Hawaii State Industries Map Of Hawaii Tourism Agriculture Natural Resources Climate
Surrounding Ocean Hawaii's Coldest Month February Average Temperature 65 Degrees Hawaii's Lowest Point The Pacific Ocean Hawaii's Highest Point Mauna Kea Hawaii is surrounded by The Pacific Ocean Hawaii National Song Hawai'i Pono'i University of Hawaii Located in capital City, Honolulu
56,716 Students attending in 2012
Specializes in Accounting, Finance, Human resources, & International Business. Mascot Gas Prices HI cA WA Population HA CA WA $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 1,392,313 38,041,430 617,996 Part of the endangered list Business Economic Development Hawaii's Hottest Month August Average Temperature 85 Degrees (Sea Level) (13,796 ft.) 2012 Time Zones California Monday, May 27 6:24 P. M Hawaii Monday, May 27 4:24 P. M Hawaii Timeline 200-500 Polynesians arrive in Hawaii
800-1200 A wave of settlers invade the islands
1778 British explorer Captain James Cook anchors in Waimea Bay near Kauai.
1795 The fierce Warrior Kamehameha I conquers many of the islands and establishes the Hawaiian Monarchy
1820 American Traders searching for sandalwood and whales begin to arrive in Hawaii. They are followed by American missionaries who settle on the islands to spread the teachings of Christianity.
1839-1848 Kamehameha III signs a series of measures that form the foundation of a constitutional government.
1850 Kamehameha III proclaims Honolulu as capital of Hawaii. The city remains the capital to this day. 1885 The first Japanese immigrants arrive in Hawaii on February 9th.
1898 The U.S Congress passes a resolution to annex Hawaii.
1900 Hawaii becomes a U.s. territory on February 22nd.
1992 Jim Dole buys the island of Lanai and turns it into the world's biggest Pineapple Plantation.
1941 On, December, 7 he Japanese Military attacks U.S Forces in Pearl Harbor. The U.S enters World War II.
1959 On March 18, U.S. President signs a bill acknowledging Hawaii's Statehood. On August 21, Hawaii becomes the 50th and last state to join the union.
1980 Hawaii becomes home of the NFL's Pro-Bowl.
2011 In March, The Kilauea Volcano erupts. Chaminade University Of Hawaii Mascot Located in Honolulu, HA
2,883 students attending in 2012
Specializes in biology, business, nursing, & forensic sciences Hawaii Pacific University Mascot Located in Honolulu,HA
8,071 students attending in 2012
Specializes in biology, chemistry, economics, & finance Pearl Harbor Pearl Harbor was the main attack of the Japanese.
The attack on Pearl Harbor started on Dec. 7, 1941
The attack on Pearl Harbor started World War II Located in Waimea, HA
Captain James Cook Landed here at the mouth of the Waimea River.
He was the first European to have sighted the Hawaii Islands Cook Landing Site Statue of Captain James Cook Mauna Kea Mauna Kea is located in The Hawaii Islands
Mauna Kea last erupted 4,600 years ago
It is the highest point in Hawaii 2012 King Kamehameha Statue Located in State capital, Honolulu
King Kamehameha was Hawaii's greatest King
In 1997, a new Kamehameha statue was dedicated to Wailoa Park King Kamehameha I Located in front of Hawaii's courthouse Kukui The End Go Hawaii !!! 3 Interesting Facts
About Hawaii Jim Dole started a very popular pineapple plantation in Hawaii
Hawaii is the only U.S state that grows coffee
Hawaii is the only U.S state whose land area is increasing because of volcanic eruptions