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Haleiwa, HI

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Kahului, HI

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Lahaina, HI

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Puako, HI

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Wailuku, HI

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Did you know?

Leprosy was among Eurasian diseases introduced to the Hawaiian islands by traders, sailors, workers and others who lived in societies where these diseases were endemic. Because of the islanders' lack of immunity to the new diseases, they suffered high rates of infection and death. To curb the spread of leprosy in the Hawaiian Islands, a leper colony was established on the island of Moloka'i in 1866. Over the decades more than 8,500 men, women, and children were exiled to the island. In 1969 the century-old laws of forced quarantine were abolished. Many former patients living on Moloka'i have chosen to remain here, most for the rest of their lives.



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