Fran gave us an excellent tour of early sugar cane immigrant plantation homes and brought alive the lives and histories of seven early immigrant groups. Life, it appears, was similar to America's plantation south for these immigrants. Most interesting were how each ethnic group arranged their plantation owned homes and in particular the differences in the late 1800's/early 1900's kitchens and sleeping arrangements and plants different groups grew and used. We were so interested and asked so many questions we spent easily two hours at the village. I think a must see to get a feel for the history of Hawaii immigration.
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