Plantation Life is a narrated slide presentation produced by the Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park and Hawaiʻi Council for Humanities. The presentation includes pictures and narration about the plantation process of growing and processing sugarcane and plantation life in Hawaiʻi from the late 1800s to the 1950s. The pictures include the different ethnicities that lived and worked on the plantations, Waipahu area before and after the sugar plantation, working conditions, labor organizing and strikes, and pictures of the exhibitions at Waipahu Cultural Garden Park.
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