Sugarcane Days is a nostalgic collection of photos and stories from the archives of the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum. These provide insight into plantation life, from the hard work of immigrant laborers to the innovative spirit of plantation people to the vibrant community life of the plantation camps between the end of World War II and the 1960s.
Sugarcane Days was published in time for the closing of the HC&S plantation, the last sugar plantation in Hawaii in 2016, and it offers a glimpse of a time when life revolved around the sugar crop that sustained the islands.
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