Are you wondering what Hawaiis nicknameis?People call Hawaii “The Aloha State". This official popular name wasdesignated in 1959 (that was also when Hawaii became a state.)
This is the state motto and what it means.Ua Mau ke Ea o ka Āina i ka Pono:means “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.”
Where did the name “Hawaii” come from?"Hawaii" is based on the native Hawaiian word for homeland (Owhyhee).
What is the name for Hawaiis residents?A “Hawaiian” is what citizens of Hawaii are called.
What are Hawaii’s bordering states?Hawaii doesn’t have any bordering states because it is an island.
What is the capital city and other largecities?The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu.These are five large cities in Hawaii: Kihei, Makakilo, Mililani Mauka,Mililani Town, Pearl City
What is the population and rank of Hawaii?The population of Hawaii is 1,392,313 people. Hawaii is 40th in ranking.
What does the flag look like?This is an x and a cross in a rectangle.The colors on the flag are red, blue and white.There are rectangular bars, also.
The State symbolsThe state flower is the Hawaiian hibiscus.The state bird is the Nene.The state tree is the Aleurites moluccana.Another state symbol is the state dance the Hula.
Agriculture and industryHawaii is known pineapple which was brought to the islands by KingKamehameha in 1813. Pineapples is one of the largest and most profitablecrops on the islands after its 1813 introduction.
Hawaii is also known for sugarcane. People on Lanaiwere reportedly using stone rollers to crush thesweet juice from the sugarcane.
Geographical Features of HawaiiHawaii’s is mostly an island with manyvolcanos
Who’s the governor of Hawaii?Neil Abercrombie is an Americanpolitician who has been Governorof Hawaii since December 2010 –Hawaiis seventh Governor
Here are some famous peoplefrom Hawaii.Example#1: Barack Obama Example#2: Dwayne Johnson
Famous/historic eventsDecember 07, 1941 - Japanese Planes Attack Pearl HarborMarch 18, 1959 - Hawaii Becomes a U.S. StateJuly 04, 1960 - 50th Star Officially Added to U.S. Flag
Bibliography Welcome to Hawaii sign (slide1)http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenlund/4550422982/ Aloha (slide 1) http://www.hawaiilure.com/info/home.html Hawaii beach (slide 2) http://www.pacificislands.com/Hawaii/hawaii-vacation-packages.asp?page=1&category=13 traveltimes-mag.com Hawaii islands (slide 4) http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/hmrg/multibeam/ Hawaii cove (slide 4) http://shedexpedition.com/maui-hawaii/ www.decadevolcano.net www.hawaiipictures.com