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Map of the Island of Oahu.  Wiamanalo on the southeast side.

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Map of the Island of Oahu. Wiamanalo on the southeast side.

IN CONTEXT

This object appears in the following sections:


Work and Industry
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana — The Locomotive

Work and Industry
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana — Where Did the Labor Come From?

Work and Industry
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana — “By Sweat and Tears We Get By:” Working the Field*

Work and Industry
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana — Moving the Harvest

Work and Industry
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana — To the Mill

OTHER VIEWS
Plantation field worker hauling sugar cane up a handmade ramp onto the 4-wheel flat car
Plantation field worker hauling sugar cane up a handmade ramp onto the 4-wheel flat car


Engineer guiding train over temporary tracks.
Engineer guiding train over temporary tracks.


Small flat cars piled high with sugarcane.
Small flat cars piled high with sugarcane.


Cars being hauled over temporary track.
Cars being hauled over temporary track.


Hauling sugarcane to refinery.
Hauling sugarcane to refinery.


Olomana and sister locomotive in the Waimanalo Sugarcane fields.
Olomana and sister locomotive in the Waimanalo Sugarcane fields.

RELATED OBJECTS
Plantation Locomotive, Olomana


Plantation locomtive, Olomana
Currently on display
Not a part of the official Smithsonian Collection
Physical Description
Photos of plantation locomotive, Olomana
Details
Date Made:
about 1930
Locations:
Hawaii

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