Hawaii Historical Civil

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Anahola-Kamalomalo Hawaiian Home Land Kauai Anahola
Auwaiolimu-Kalawahine-Kewalo-Papakolea Hawaiian Home Land Honolulu Honolulu
Hāna District Maui Kaupo
Hīlea Hawaii Punaluu
Honokōhau Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Keahole Point
Humuʻula Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Mauna Kea
Kahuā Hawaii Papaikou
Kahuku Hawaii Puuokeokeo
Kamiloloa Hawaiian Home Land Maui Kaunakakai
Kaniohale Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Kailua
Kapālama Hawaiian Home Land Honolulu Honolulu
Keʻei 1-2 Hawaii Kaunene
Kingdom of Hawaiʻi Maui Maalaea
Kīpahulu Maui Kipahulu
Makakupia Hawaiian Home Land Maui Kaunakakai
Moiliili Hawaiian Home Land Honolulu Honolulu
Pihonua Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Puaakala
Puna Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Pahoa North
Republic of Hawaii Maui Maalaea
Waikoloa-Waialeale Hawaiian Home Land Hawaii Kukuihaele
Wailua Hawaiian Home Land Maui Keanae
Wailuku Hawaiian Home Land Maui Wailuku
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