Pearl Harbor, HI Summer Camps

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Kama'aina Kids
Kailua, HI 96734  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
 
 
Camp He Ola Ke Keiki - Diabetes Camp
Honolulu, HI  
Special Needs Camps: Diabetes
 
 
Dick Ritgers Bowling Camps-hi
Aiea, HI  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Girl Scout Council Of Hawaii - Camp Paumalu
Honolulu, HI  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Optimal Training Volleyball Camp
Aiea, HI  
Sports Camps: Volleyball
 

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About Pearl Harbor, HI

Pearl Harbor, known to Hawaiians as Puʻuloa, is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi, west of Honolulu. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is also the headquarters of the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan on Sunday, December 7, 1941, brought the United States into World War II. Pearl Harbor was originally an extensive deep embayment called Wai Nomi or Puʻuloa by the Hawaiians. Puʻuloa was regarded as the neighbor of the dolphin god, Kaʻahupahau, and his brother , Kahiʻuka, in Hawaiian legends. According to tradition, Keaunui, the head of the powerful Ewu chiefs, is credited with cutting a navigable channel near the present Puʻuloa saltworks, by which made the estuary, known as “Pearl Lake,” accessible to navigation. Making due allowance for legendary amplification, the estuary already had an outlet for its waters where the present gap is; but Keaunui is typically given the credit for widening and deepening it.

19th century

Pearl Harbor in the 1880s. During the early 19th century, Pearl Harbor was not used for large ships due to its shallow entrance. The interest of Mexico in the Hawaiian Islands followed its whaling and trading ships in the Pacific. As early as 1820, an "Agent of the United States for Commerce and...