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Hawaii-The Island State
Description: A film about the new state of Hawaii from 1959

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Clip #: TFA-97A
Length: 17:48
Year: 1959
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Carl Dudley
Region: South Pacific
Country: United States
State: Hawaii
Subject: Agriculture
Original: 16mm
1950s, Hawaii, map zooming in on Hawaii, map pointing to islands of Hawaii and showing direction of winds and rainfall, men walking through tropical rain forest, man removing banana from bunch on tree, papaya tree, man climbing palm tree to get coconut, Honolulu, cityscape, street scenes, traffic, pedestrians crossing street, crosswalk, varied ethnicities of Hawaiian people, Japanese women wearing kimonos, Filipino women, Korean people dressed in traditional clothing, Hawaii Island, Big Island, Hilo, cityscape, street scenes, traffic, husband kissing wife outside elevated house and walking to parked car, wife kissing children goodbye who run into car, wife waving goodbye to car as it drives away, children playing outside school, teacher pointing to diagram about volcano on blackboard as fifth grade class watches, volcano erupting, lava moving down mountainside, vegetation destroyed by lava, rock formed by cooled lava, volcanic soil, fertile agricultural field, sugarcane industry, plantation foreman and man inspecting sugarcane crop, workers harvesting sugarcane, leaves being burned off, crane transferring sugarcane stalks from pile to container, loader transporting sugarcane stalks, trucks transporting cane to sugar mill, crane transferring cane into container, cane traveling on conveyor belt, man operating forklift to load sacks of raw sugar onto truck, truck carrying sugar sacks departing mill, pineapple field, workers / pickers harvesting pineapple by removing from plants and placing on machine conveyor belt, pineapples traveling on conveyor belt in cannery, pineapples being sorted by size on machine, assembly line workers slicing pineapples traveling on conveyor belt, assembly line workers canning pineapples, crane loading cases of canned pineapples onto freighter, Hilo, General Lyman Field, people boarding Aloha Airlines airplane, people standing behind fence waving to departing passengers, family waving from boarding stairs, airplane taking off, airplane in flight, aerial coastline and volcano, children looking out airplane window, Parker Ranch, cattle ranch, cowboys rounding up herd of cattle, herding, Oahu, O'ahu, Honolulu International Airport, passengers deplaning Aloha Airlines airplane onto tarmac, cruise ship approaching dock, ocean liner, passengers waving and leaning against cruise ship deck railings, woman and children looking at King Kamehameha Statue in front of Aliiolani Hale building, ʻIolani Palace, Nuʻuanu Pali, man looking through telescope, panoramic view from Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside lookout, cars entering and exiting Pearl Harbor Naval Base main gate, sailors raising American flag over sunken battleship Arizona, Hawaiian family watching flag being raised, Aloha week parade, Aloha Festival, marching band, bystanders dressed in Hawaiian apparel watching parade, hula dancers on float, Hawaiian people dressed in traditional clothing outside thatched hut, senior man making poi and eating with fingers, children hula dancing, Diamond Head, Waikiki, beach, sailboat on beach, resorts, family setting down blankets on beach, boys and men surfing, Honolulu International Airport, family boarding Aloha Airlines airplane parked on tarmac and waving goodbye, airplane taking off

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