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Hawaii

 Hɐˈvɐi-i Crystal clear water, a soft breeze, and coconut milk mixed with smooth village made rum makes laying in a hammock seem like the perfect life. Most would think of Hɐˈvɐi-i or Hawaii as most of the population refer to it as, being a place of wonder, awe, and even a bit magical. What most don’t know is that Hɐˈvɐi-i is one chapter in a vast book of the world’s most extreme adventures. You can mountain zip-line the mountains of Maui, hike exotic jungles of Kauaʻi, and on the big island of...

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Hawaii Speech

publishing are another part of Hawaii's popularity. Special Traditions: Hula dancing, luau feasts, surfing and making lei necklaces Fun Facts about Hawaii: -tsunami drills Order: Intro- Video Hawaii popularity pick out the reasons why I like Hawaii -tourism: With five main islands to choose from, visitors to Hawaii have the chance to see everything from fiery molten lava spewing from Kilauea Volcano to the big-city skyline of Waikiki. While every month of the year provides...

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Surfing in Hawaii

Surfing in Hawaii One of the most memorable moments in my life would be surfing on the beaches of O’ahu, which is a part of the Hawaiian Islands. It was the best experience of my seven day vacation to Hawaii, back in 2008. Luckily, I was able to go surfing three out of the seven days my family spent in Hawaii. The whole idea was my dad’s. He was the one that wanted to go surfing, but for only one day. Thi0s idea did not last, after the first day of excitement; my family agreed that we had to do...

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Annexation of Hawaii

an opening for American missionaries overseas. "Militant" Christianity reinforced the mood of American expansionism. A classic example of the intertwining of economic and religious impulses was United States' annexation of Hawaii. The first Americans to settle in Hawaii were Christian missionaries whose families remained and exerted a growing influence over the Hawaiian economy. By 1890 American economic and religious interests in the island kingdom were a permanent feature of the society. When...

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How Hawaii Became a State

Hawaii Officially Becoming a State Nakesha Gatson Hawaii Officially Becoming a State Hawaii, better known as the Aloha state, went through 40 years of trying to become the 50th state in the United States. From 1919 to 1959, there has been five bills introduced for Hawaii to become a state, unfortunately all bills were rejected. About 95% of the residents living in Hawaii voted that it became a state in the United States. Hawaii attained statehood when both houses of Congress passed the Hawaii...

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Moving Out Of Hawaii

Why Do People Move Away From Hawaii? People are led to believe that Hawaii is paradise. Living is easy, weather is nice all year around, and the locals are friendly. This may be true but yet many still choose to move away from the islands to start a new life in the mainland. Some may say this is odd, but that is before they understand the reasoning behind it. It is difficult to support a family financially well in Hawaii, traffic is one of the worst in the country, and the crime for drugs is huge...

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Compare and Contrast of Florida and Hawaii

experience at home. Two popular places to visit are Florida and Hawaii. While many believe that one beach community is as good as any other, there are many differences between Hawaii and Florida that make them suited for different people, depending on what kind of vacation they want to experience. In particular there are differences in the cultures, weather, and attractions of these two beach communities. Although both Florida and Hawaii are tropical locations, their cultures are far from similar...

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Korean History in Hawaii

• The Koreans left their homeland because they were being oppressed by the Japanese. • The first wave of Korean immigrant to Hawaii which was an American colony. There experience in Hawaii was better than the other entire immigrant group because at the time Hawaii was still mostly Hawaiian and not Americans. So they were treated fairly and were paid 75-95 cents a day comparing to the Irish, who made 1 dollar a week. • Life as an immigrant was the Korean immigrant working for an sugar plantation...

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Hawaii: The Paradise Island

Hawaii: Paradise Island Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the physical geography, history and culture of Hawaii. Central Idea: We will see that Hawaii is a special place, by looking at its physical geography, history, and culture. Introduction I. What comes to mind when you think of palm trees, beautiful beaches, luaus and hula dances? A. Hawaii B. The "Aloha" state. II. Do you know what aloha means? A. Aloha is the Hawaiian word meaning love. B. It is also used...

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My First Time in Hawaii

Prof.David Bahr FIRST TIME IN HAWAII My first experience in Honolulu, Hawaii was really,really exciting and unforgettable. It's a beautiful and tropical land full of wildlife and amazing things. For example the languages of the many tribes spoken there are different. One of the main languages there is called Sommore. The military is one of the main job in Hawaii. Whether you are married or single it the easy way to make money. The military...

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