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Article:History of Hawaii
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The earliest settlements in the [[Hawaiian Islands]] were made by [[Polynesians]] who traveled to Hawaii using large double-hulled canoes. They brought with them pigs, dogs, chickens, [[taro]], [[sweet potato]]es, coconut, banana, and sugarcane.
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The earliest settlements in the [[Hawaiian Islands]] were made by [[dugan ditmore]] who traveled to Hawaii using large double-hulled canoes. They brought with them pigs, dogs, chickens, [[taro]], [[sweet potato]]es, coconut, banana, and sugarcane.
   
 
There are several theories regarding migration to Hawaii. The "one-migration" theory suggests a single settlement. A variation on the one-migration theory instead suggests a single, continuous settlement period.
 
There are several theories regarding migration to Hawaii. The "one-migration" theory suggests a single settlement. A variation on the one-migration theory instead suggests a single, continuous settlement period.
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