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eBook Koloa Plantation: 1835-1935 epub
  • ISBN: 0960754237
  • Author: Arthur C Alexander,Arthur C. Alexander
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kauai Historical Society; 2nd edition (May 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 255 pages
  • ePUB size: 1924 kb
  • FB2 size 1273 kb
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KOLOA PLANTATION: 1835-1935 By Arthur C. Alexander - Hardcover Excellent . The Story of Koloa: A Kauai Plantation Town by Donohugh, Donald.

KOLOA PLANTATION: 1835-1935 By Arthur C. Arthur Machen, Far Off Things (Alfred A. Knopf, 1923) First . Complete Set Series Lot of 3 Belle Meade Plantation by Tamera Alexander Whisper. Hawaii SITES OF OAHU Archaeology History Legends Maps 1993 Sterling SCARCE.

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Home Alexander, Arthur C. Koloa Plantation, 1835-1935. This book will be of value to the historian interested in the sugar industry as well as the general reader interested in the history of Hawaii, especially Kauai. Koloa Plantation was the model for sugar plantations to follow, thus this book provides insights into the entire sugar industry of Hawaii.

Alexander, Arthur (1937). Koloa Plantation 1835 - 1935. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association (1949). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

A History of the Oldest Hawaiian Sugar Plantation. DJ and book in very good condition. Published by Kauai Historical Society 1985.

Kōloa plantation used a contract system that gave laborers an interest in the crop, but prevented them from finding . Frank A. Alexander managed the company from 1912 to 1937. Cedric B. Baldwin managed the company from 1938 until World War II, when he was killed in Iwo Jima.

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Alexander Mckenzie Arthur was born on month day 1867, at birth place, to. .They had one child: Alex Jr Arthur. Alex lived in 1935, at address, New York. He lived in 1940, at address, New York.

Alexander Mckenzie Arthur was born on month day 1867, at birth place, to David Arthur and Jane Arthur (born Mackie). David was born in 1833. Jane was born in 1833. Alexander married Ada Rebecca Arthur (born Watterson) on month day 1904, at age 37 at marriage place. Alexander C Arthur Alexander C Arthur in England & Wales, Death Index, 1837-2005. Alexander C Arthur was born circa 1853. Alexander passed away in month 1914, at age 61 at death place. Alex Arthur Alex Arthur in . Social Security Death Index (SSDI).

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The signing of a lease, by Ladd & Co. and King Kamehameha III on July 29, 1835, for land at Koloa, Kauai marked the beginning of the sugar industry, which, more than any other, created modern Hawaii. This book will be of value to the historian interested in the sugar industry as well as the general reader interested in the history of Hawaii, especially Kauai. Koloa Plantation was the model for sugar plantations to follow, thus this book provides insights into the entire sugar industry of Hawaii. In this 2 Ed. a brief epilogue has been added to bring the history of Koloa Plantation up to date from 1935 to 1948 when it was merged with Grove Farm Co., a rival sugar plantation.
Comments: (2)
Talvinl
I consider this book to be a history of Koloa Plantation management. There are details galore about how many pounds of sugar were produced each season, what was the price of sugar, and who owned stock in the business. The fiscal reporting is glued together with an amazingly wonderful tapestry of the cultures and people the management called upon to make it all work. It's a brilliant story. The maps inserted on the front and back inner-covers are wonderful and rare. The revisited edition of 1985 has extra information, but the business shut down around 1996. I've visited recently. It would be great if they made the old plantation into a museum. (The earliest sites are empty lots. The Koloa Town site still has part of the mill, but the 1913 mill is still standing, big and rusty beautiful.)
furious ox
This is a great history of the Sugar Planation beginnings in the Territory of Hawaii. It all begins in the early morning of 1835 when the crusty patch of ground was breaking to the sounds of Ko (Hawaiian word for sugar) and the type was called Loa (the Hawaiian word for long)…where Long Sugar was being planted. Later the community that developed around the plantation would become Koloa (resort city near Poipu on Kauai’s south shore. This would be the first commercially successful Sugar plantation in the Territory of Hawaii and would operate from 1835 until it closed in 1993. The Mill has been abandoned since it’s closure in 1993 but can still be seen sitting in the field in disrepair. Amongst the building there is a round building with what looks like an upside down funnel on top. This was the Molasses building where residents and workers could go to get their molasses. In 1985 in celebration of 150 years of Sugar in Hawaii, a large Rainbow was planted on the Molasses building with the words “It all Started Here” which is a fainting reminder that times have changed since 1985. This book was originally published in 1937 by Arthur Alexander the official history of the first 100 years of the Koloa Plantation. It was republished 1985 by the Kauai Historic Society. There are only a few of these books left around—so if you are interested in Hawaiian History, I highly recommend voices from another era. Unfortunately you can only tour the Sugar Mill by reservation during the Koloa Planation days as it is fenced and well locked up.
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