• KURE ISLAND - janeresture.com

      www.janeresture.com/kure KURE ISLAND. Kure, more familiarly known as Ocean Island, is the northwesternmost island of the Hawaiian Archipelago. It is 1,200 miles northwestward of Honolulu and ...
    • Kure Atoll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Island,_Hawaii Kure Atoll (/ ˈ k ʊər iː /; Hawaiian: Mokupāpapa) or Ocean Island is an atoll in the Pacific Ocean 48 nautical miles (89 km; 55 mi) beyond Midway Atoll in the ...
    • Hawaii: Kure Atoll - Outermost of the Hawai`i Group

      www.hawaiianrainbow.com/Detailed/2038.html Kure Atoll - Outermost of the Hawai`i Group Previous Link This listing appears in the following category: Hawaii: Leeward Islands: Kanemiloha'i - Kure Atoll
    • HISTORY - Kure Expedition

      www.cordell.org/KURE/KURE_pages/KURE_History.html Kure Atoll was discovered in 1823 by Captain Benjamin Morrell, Jr. of the schooner Tartar, who claimed Kure to have an abundance of sea turtles and sea elephants.
    • Division of Aquatic Resources | Hawaiian Streams

      dlnr.hawaii.gov/dar/habitat/streams/about-streams The islands range from Kanemiloha‘i (Kure Atoll) in the northwest to the island of Hawai‘i in the southeast, ... Hawaiian streams have the following characteristics:
    • HCR29.DOC - capitol.hawaii.gov

      www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2009/Bills/HCR29_.HTM ... ni ` ihau, and nihoa to kanemiloha ` i (kure atoll) prior to western contact in 1778 comprise the indigenous, aboriginal, "maoli" peoples of hawai ` i. ...
    • FEB 02 SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION - capitol.hawaii.gov

      www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2009/bills/SCR10_.pdf kaua'i, ni'ihau, and nihoa to kanemiloha'i (kure atoll) prior to western contact in 1778 comprise the indigenous, aboriginal, "maoli ...