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Sugar Plantations in Hawaii | Life on Hawaiian Sugar Cane Plantation

Starting in the Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, and Portuguese workers immigrated to Hawaii to work the sugar cane and pineapple fields.

14. An undated photograph 14. of Kalawao men in front of St. Philomena Church.

An undated photograph of Kalawao men in front of St.

7. An old, undated photograph of the He’eia Fishpond on Oahu’s windward coast.

An old, undated photograph of the He’eia Fishpond on Oahu’s windward coast.

15. This ethereal photograph was taken in Hawaii Island’s Puna District in the late 1800s.

This ethereal photograph was taken in Hawaii Island’s Puna District in the late 1800

12. Honolulu Harbor sure looks a lot different now than when this photo was taken in 1900.

Some of the oldest photographs that exist of the beautiful Hawaiian Islands, these images depict an era of old Hawaii rarely seen before.

2. A fire burns in Honolulu’s Chinatown in 1900. The fire was set to destroy homes suspected of being infected by the bubonic plague.

A fire burns in Honolulu’s Chinatown in The fire was set to destroy homes suspected of being infected by the bubonic plague.