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Kahoolawe is a small, uninhabited island with only 45 square miles of land area. After World War II it was used by the US Navy for bombing practice. In recent years it has been returned to the State of Hawaii to hold in trust for the Hawaiian people. Surveys since then have located a number of important heiau and other sites, but access is currently restricted while ordinance clean-up takes place. As more information becomes available we will post it.

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