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It's well known that European explorers visited the Hawaiian Islands in the late 18th century, but did you know that the artifacts they collected can be seen at various museums around the world?
In arid western Utah’s Skull Valley, you will find a Hawaiian flag flying over a deserted town called Iosepa.
Armenian-American artist Arman Manookian managed to capture the spirit, history and culture of Native Hawaiians in a vibrant, authentic and exalted way.