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Date Which Will Live in Infamy

On December 7, 1941, Japanese planes and submarines attacked Pearl Harbor, the home of the U.S.’...



See how Hawaii's native dance, hula, has become a source of identity and pride.

Historic Article

Keeling Awarded National Medal of Science

On June 13, 2002, American chemist Charles Keeling was awarded the National Medal of Science by President George W....


Exploration Into the Alien Deep

Find original educational videos on ocean technologies, shipping, and deep-sea geology.


Island Paddlers

Photo: Paddlers perfect their racing strokes in an outrigger canoe


Hilton Lagoon, Hawaii

Photo: Aerial view of a coastline with condominiums and a large pool.


Mauna Kea

The geologic history and landscape of Mauna Kea.


Mount Kilauea

Photo: Aerial view of a volcanic eruption.


Water's Edge

Celebrate the power—and beauty—of living in balance with nature with award-winning photographer and conservationist...

Historic Article

Bayonet Constitution

On July 6, 1887, King David Kalakaua, the last reigning monarch of Hawaii, was forced at gunpoint to sign a constit...


Crittercam: Monk Seals

Video. The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands are home to the Hawaiian monk seal, one of the most endangered marine mamm...


Cast-Net Fishing

An enduring, and sustainable, Hawaiian tradition.

Historic Article

Lei Day

On May 1, 1929, the Hawaiian Islands celebrated the first official Lei Day.

Historic Article

Japanese Immigrants Arrive in Hawaii

On February 8, 1885, the first major wave of Japanese immigrants arrived in Hawaii.

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Pearl Harbor Targets

What and where were the targets on the "date which will live in infamy"?


Beach Park

Photo of an isolated tropical beach.