Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii: Birthplace of the Hawaiian Sugar Industry

A large bronze monument depicts seven different nationalities laboring in the sugar cane fields.

Address:
Maluhia Rd, Koloa, Kauai, HI
Directions:
On the west side of Maluhia Rd just north of its intersection with Koloa Rd/Hwy 530.
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Birthplace of the Hawaiian Sugar Industry.

Birthplace of the Hawaiian Sugar Industry

The statue is hard to find because it is hidden inside a large circular white exterior. Very easy to miss.

[Carl, 08/11/2017]

Birthplace of Sugar Industry.

Birthplace of the Hawaiian Sugar Industry

Bronze sculpture by Jan Gordon Fisher, dedicated Jul 27, 1985.

[Greg Rooney, 07/16/2010]

The large bronze monument depicts seven different nationalities laboring in the sugar cane fields. And, on horseback, their benevolent American supervisor.


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Spouting HornSpouting Horn, Koloa, Kauai, HI - 2 mi.
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McBryde Sugar Plantation CemeteryMcBryde Sugar Plantation Cemetery, Eleele, Kauai, HI - 8 mi.
In the region:
Human Sacrifice Temple - Holo-holo-Ku Heiau, Kapaa, Kauai, HI - 13 mi.

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