City Web Map 2013
Honolulu Hawaii

By C.Lawson
Crossroads@Meade-Computer Science Class
Email : c.lawsoncaa@gmail.com

Honolulu Hawaii Introduction
Honolulu is the capital and largest city of Hawaii, on the southeast coast of the island of Oahu. The city is legally coextensive with the county of Honolulu, which includes the entire island of Oahu and most of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands, from Nihoa to Kure Atoll, except Midway. The population of Oahu makes up 73% of the state's total population. It is situated in the central Pacific Ocean 2,397 mi west-southwest of San Francisco. Honolulu's name derives from the native words hono, meaning “a bay,” and lulu, meaning “sheltered.” Honolulu's early history was one of turbulence and conflict. One of the last areas on the globe to be explored and exploited by Europeans (it was first visited by British captain James Cook in 1778), Hawaii was subject to strong pressures from many forces, including American missionaries, who arrived in 1820, and opportunistic whalers. These whalers were among those who built Honolulu originally, bringing trade, commerce, and prosperity that led to expansion into the sugar and pineapple industries.
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Honolulu Hawaii City Facts

Year Founded :No one knows for certain when Honolulu was founded. Hawaiian oral histories and modern archeology indicate a settlement in Honolulu about 1100 A.D., but it may have been settled earlier as the first Polynesian migrants arrived nearly 2,000 years ago.

Latitude: 21° 18' 24" N

Longitude: 157° 51' 29" W

Area: 68.42 sq miles (177.2 km2)

Population: estimate (rank): 345,610 (54)

345,610 (54)

Time Zone: (UTC-10:00)

Mayor :Peter Carlisle (to 2014)

Links Of Interest

Hawaii Football Team

Hawaii Men's Basketball

Sports Teams

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

Honolulu Museum of Art

Museums

Hawaii Pacific University

Maui College

Colleges

Average Temp

Average High Temperature: Jan 80°F / July 88°F Average Low Temperature: Jan 66°F / July 74°F

Weather

Government

City Of Honolulu Hawaii Tourism