Oko's Sugar Plantation............

WhiteDove Studio kj gordon

Gordon Island, United States

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One of the best smells in the tropical air is the burning of the sugar cane….
As a young keiki we would get a stick of sugar cane from Unkle Oko when visiting.

Dedicated to :
Mahalo nui loa Unkle Oko,…this is for you

Acrylic on fabric
maui, hawaii

Sugarcane was introduced to Hawaii by its first inhabitants in approximately 600 AD and was observed by Captain Cook upon arrival in the islands in 1778.1 Sugar quickly turned into a big business and generated rapid population growth in the islands with 337,000 people immigrating over the span of a century.2 The sugar grown and processed in Hawaii was shipped primarily to the United States and, in smaller quantities, globally.

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