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A Traveltalk visit to Hawaii's capital city in the 1930s.
This travelogue starts with a bit of island history and a visit to the statue of King Kamehameha, who unified the islands in the 18th century. The statue, with a lei on its extended arm, welcomes the many travelers arriving at the shore. Honolulu's central location in Pacific trade routes as well as its strategic U.S. military base are mentioned. From there, it's hula time, then a trip to Waikiki, a look at young men in canoes, and a bird's eye view of the coastline. As we bid farewell, we hear the strains of "Aloha Oe."
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