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Great Hawaiian History Remains Here...

Circa 1899, a sugar plantation was born in the Maunalei-Keomoku region on the windward side of... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2015
romazzino
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Las Vegas, Nevada
This village/church should be on your must see list

you drive down the same road as towards Shipwreck beach but turn right and continue on a mostly... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2013
Marion W
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Seattle, Washington
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5 mi along unpaved road southeast of Shipwreck Beach, Lanai, HI
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Reviewed 5 September 2016

Jeep explorers have the opportunity to see an old plantation church just as it was after the people walked away.Once there was a sugar plantation on this spot. It didn't run long. Thanks to over-pumping the wells went brackish and the cane died. Now what...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2015

Circa 1899, a sugar plantation was born in the Maunalei-Keomoku region on the windward side of Lanai. The Maunalei Sugar Company built a large community at Keomoku, imported Japanese laborers, cleared lands, laid a narrow gauge railroad between Keomoku Village and Kahalepalaoa, and planted sugar...More

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Reviewed 28 October 2013

you drive down the same road as towards Shipwreck beach but turn right and continue on a mostly sandy road (dusty) passing the famed Kalaehi (white rock) vistas. The drive to Keomoku is fairly long but the church (whch is in good shape and has...More

7  Thank Marion W
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