The Sun Finally Sets on Sugar Cane in Hawaii — Repeating Islands

A report by Lawrence Downes for The New York Times. Countless Puerto Rican workers migrated to the Hawaiian sugar field after 1898. Hawaii’s last working sugar mill, in Puunene, Maui, produced its last harvest last month. The last truck, piled high with newly cut cane stalks, blew its horn as it circled the mill yard. People […]

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