Hawaii, the 50th state admitted into the United States, is composed of eight different islands. These islands include Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Lanai and the "Big Island" of Hawaii. The islands formed from underwater volcanic e... More »

Originally settled by Polynesians during the first millennium, Hawaii organized itself into a native kingdom before the United States annexed it in 1900. Hawaii was a flash point for World War II after the Japanese attac... More »

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An interesting fact about the volcanoes in Hawaii is that although there are five active volcanoes, only three have been active in the last 200 years. These volcanoes are Kilauea, Mauna Loa and Hualalai. The other two ac... More »

Some facts about Hawaii for kids are that Hawaii is the only state in America made up solely of islands. It is also the only state with a tropical rain forest. Hawaii is also the second widest state from east to west, st... More »

The state stone of Hawaii is the black coral, which can be found surrounding any of the state's islands. It was designated as the state stone in 1987. More »

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Hawaii is composed of eight primary islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Hawaii. The Hawaiian islands were formed, and continue to be formed, by undersea magma sources, referred to as hotspots. More »

The effects of trade winds on Hawaii weather present in the varied amounts of rain in the windward and leeward sides of the islands, as well as the mildly warm temperatures throughout the island group. In Hawaii, trade w... More »

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