Publications about Kalaupapa National Historical Park

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The legacy of Kalaupapa National Historical Park (Page 1)

The legacy of Kalaupapa National Historical Park

Jane Hawkey, Tim Carruthers ·
21 December 2009

The intertwined cultural and natural history of the National Park Service (NPS) Kalaupapa National Historical Park (KALA) on the Hawaiian island of Molokai is represented in this poster intended for local and visitor audiences. For more than one hundred years, Hansen's disease (leprosy) patients were forced into exile on this remote peninsula. The unique native plants and animals found here are challenged by invasive species, overfishing, pollution, and climate change.

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