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About Koloa, HI

Kōloa is a census-designated place in Kauaʻi County, Hawaiʻi, United States. The population was 1,942 at the 2000 census. Kōloa is often incorrectly translated as native duck, which is the correct translation for the similar-looking koloa . Kōloa has no known translation. According to one account, the district Kōloa was named for a steep rock called Pali-o-kō-loa which was found in 'Waikomo' stream. The first successful sugar plantation in the Islands was started here in 1835. It became a part of Grove Farm in 1948. The Old Sugar Mill of Koloa was the first major sugar plantation in Hawaii in 1835. Missionary Daniel Dole and his family opened a boarding school for English language speaking children sometimes called the Koloa Academy in 1855.