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Near Puunene, Hawaii, where feral chickens roam, is a small museum tucked away near an old mill that once processed sugar cane. The sugar mill closed its doors a few years ago, but the museum remains. Inside, visitors are educated on the history of the sugar industry on the island, plantation life, and the effect the industry had on immigration to the island. The museum also explores how the industry and immigration helped shape modern island culture.
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Located close to Hwy 311. Open daily from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.