Hawaii Essays

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Hawaii’s Homeless Population

Hawaii’s homeless population has increased about 30% since 2007-2018. Homelessness is a critical problem in the world today, especially in Hawaii. Families, men, women, children, teenagers, veterans, and drug addicts are living on the streets. Many of them sleep on sidewalks/parks, bathe in public restrooms, and panhandle on busy street corners. Although their lives are […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1399 Topics: Economy, Hawaii, Homelessness

Polynesian Tradition of Tattooing

Used in the past and now the present, it causes a great deal of pain, it takes time, but in the end, it is all worth it. This is, Polynesian Tattooing. According to PBS, The actual tradition of Polynesian Tattooing existed more than 2000 years ago. This is not your typical tattooing process. It can […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2651 Topics: Hawaii, Tattoo
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Consequences of the Attack on Pearl Harbor

It’s early morning, almost eight o’clock, when the residents of Pearl Harbor wake up. Walking outside, they hear an odd noise and look up to see Japanese planes dropping giant bombs out of the sky onto their home. The Japanese executed the attack in the midst of World War II. There were thousands of casualties, […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1179 Topics: Conflicts, Hawaii, International Relations, Japan, Pearl Harbor, United States, World War 2

Role of Pearl Harbor Navy Base

The Spanish American war of 1898 ended Spain’s empire in the Western Hemisphere and gave the United States the position as Pacific power. When the United States won the victory in this war it produced a peace treaty that made the Spanish give up their claims to Cuba and to cede sovereignty over Guam, Puerto […]

Pages: 3 Words: 955 Topics: Hawaii, Military, Pearl Harbor, United States, War

Change in America’s Role in Foreign Policy

Change in America’s Role in Foreign Policy 1865-1920 America’s role in foreign affairs underwent significant changes from 1865-1920. Prior to this period, Americans were generally indifferent to and minimally involved in foreign affairs. America was primarily focused on domestic issues such as the Civil War, industrialization, and settlement of the west. However, this changed after […]

Pages: 2 Words: 622 Topics: American Imperialism, Civil War, Economic Growth, Economy, Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Government, Hawaii, Imperialism, International Relations, United States, War