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Are you looking for storage facilities in Hawaii? The Aloha State, the only archipelago state in the U.S. is home to gorgeous beaches, friendly people and nature right at your fingertips. Hawaii is also known for its impressive storage companies - ranging from self storage facilities to mobile storage units.

Storage companies in Hawaii storage facilities understand that your possessions are gems too, which is why they provide insurance and storage security to make sure they are well cared for.

Origin of State's Name: The origin of the name Hawaii is uncertain; however, there are a couple of theories regarding its etymology. One theory is that the state is named after its traditional discoverer, Hawaii Loa, a Polynesian captain. Another says that the archipelago was named after "Owhyhee," the native Hawaiian word for homeland. Another possibility is that it is derived from the words "Hawa" (traditional homeland) and "ii"(small and raging) meaning a small/new homeland.

Capital City: Honolulu, located on Oahu Island, is the capital of Hawaii.

Population: Hawaii is home to about 1,295,178. It is the 42nd most populated area in all of the U.S. States.

Driving: To obtain more information about driver's licenses, testing requirements and driver's manuals, please visit: Honolulu Department of Customer Services website.

Agriculture and Industry: The major industries in Hawaii are sandalwood, whaling, sugarcane, pineapples and education. The largest industry in Hawaii is tourism, which accounts for over 25 percent of the gross income. Hawaii also exports coffee, papayas and macadamia nuts. Commercial tuna fishing is also an important aspect in Hawaiian agriculture as well as livestock and nursery stock.

State Bird: The state bird is the Hawaiian goose or the Nēnē, which is only found on the islands of Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai.

State Tree: The state tree is the candlenut or the Kukui.

State Flower: The Hawaiian hibiscus, known locally as maohauhele, is Hawaii's state flower.

State Song: The official state song is "Hawaii Ponoi." The words were written by King David Kalakaua and the music composed by Henri Berger. The song talks about the unification of the islands by King Kamehameha, the first king of Hawaii.

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Hawaii - Interesting Facts:
  • The state of Hawaii consists of eight main islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and the Big Island of Hawaii.

  • Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. that grows coffee, the only state with its own time zone and the widest state in the U.S.

  • Under-sea volcanoes that erupted thousands of years ago formed the islands of Hawaii.

Hawaii - Famous People:
There are a variety of famous Hawaiians include actors and actresses, athletes, politicians, dancers and choreographers, musicians and many more. Most notable is current U.S. President Barack Obama II, who was born and raised in Honolulu. Nicole Kidman is another notable Hawaiian, also born in Honolulu.

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