Information about the four counties in the U.S. State of Hawaii.
including Honolulu County, Hawaii County, Kauai County, and
Honolulu County is the most populated county in Hawaii,
with more than 900,000 residents.
The government of Honolulu County is the same entity as the
government for the city of Honolulu. Honolulu County includes
the island of Oahu and the small islands north of Kauai and
Niihau, from Nihoa to Kure except for Midway. Until 1959,
Palmyra Island, which is located 1000 miles south of Hawaii
was also included.
Hawaii County, the second most populated county in the State of Hawaii,
with more than 180,000 residents.
The county includes all of Hawaii Island,
also known as the big island of Hawaii.
Maui County is the third most populated county in the state of Hawaii,
with more than 150,000 residents.
The county includes the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and
Kahoolawe. Kalawao County (if it still exists) includes the
Kalaupapa Peninsula of Molokai, but I think Kalawao County
is now part of Maui County.
Kauai County is the fourth most populated county in Hawaii,
with more thaN 60,000 residents.
The county includes the islands of
Kauai, the private island of Niihau,
and the unpopulated islads of Lehua and Kaula.
At one time there was a small fifth Hawaii county called
Kalawao County, which included the Kalaupapa Peninsula
on the north side of the island of Molokai.
Was Kalawao County incorporated into Maui County?
Wikipedia "Kalawao County Hawaii" Article
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