Created 12-Feb-13
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Hawaii's Plantation Village is an outdoor history museum in Waipahu, Oahu, Hawaii that tells the story of life on Hawaii's Sugar Plantations (c. 1850-1950). The Village includes restored buildings and replicas of Plantation structures such as houses of various ethnic groups and community buildings. The ethnic groups that are represented include Filipino, Hawaiian, Korean, Puerto Rican, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese.
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Category:Lifestyle and Recreation
Subcategory:Festivals
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Keywords:artifacts, attraction, attraction, chinese, filipino, hawaiian, japanese, korean, life, life, museum, plantation, plantation, portuguese, puerto, rice, rural, spanish, sugar, tourist, tours, visitor