The archipelago of Hawaii, United States of America (pronounced “hah-vai-ee”) was settled by Polynesian explorers around 350 AD. The indigenous people of Hawaii are referred to as the “Kānaka Maoli”. After the arrival of British explorer James Cook on January 18, 1778, population values changed dramatically and eventually the Hawaiian islands became unified in 1975 under the leadership of the indigenous leader Kamehameha I. Within a century of Hawaii’s unification and formation, American politic...
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