President Bush Declares National Monument in Hawaii - News Hour, PBS - June 15, 2006
Faraway, Natural and Beautiful--And It Will Stay That Way (PDF) - Fall 2006 Trust Magazine article
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In ancient times, voyagers crossing the Pacific Ocean gave shape to the Polynesian Triangle, an area anchored by three groups of islands: Hawaii in the north; Easter Island, whose indigenous name is Rapa Nui, to the southeast; and New Zealand, which is called Aotearoa in the Maori language, to the west. Read More
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