Sugar plantation closure marks end of a way of life in Hawaii Marketplace.org
A century ago, it would have been hard to imagine that sugar would fall on hard times. At its peak in the 1930's, sugar employed 50,000 people across the islands, with annual production topping a million tons. By last year, that harvest had plunged to ...
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