Bob Krauss on Palmyra

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Title

Bob Krauss on Palmyra

Description

Four part series on Palmyra, written by then columnist for the Honolulu Advertiser, Bob Krauss.

Creator

Bob Krauss

Source

Hawaii Library

Publisher

The Honolulu Advertiser

Date

1979

Rights

© The Honolulu Advertiser, used here by permission

Format

Newspaper Article

Language

English

Items in the Bob Krauss on Palmyra Collection

Newspaper Article: Palmyra pushed into Nuclear Age

Palmyra: Pushed into Nuclear Age

Photo Caption (page 1): Lagoon In foreground is the proposed dump site for international nuclear wastes.
Photo Caption (page 2): Concrete machine gun nests are "washed" into the ocean as the atoll's shoreline is…

Newspaper Article: Palmyra holds its secrets hidden in the jungle lushness

Palmyra holds its secrets hidden in the jungle lushness (Part 4 of 4)

Photo Caption 1: Some of the islets of the atoll are silhouetted at sunset.
Photo Caption 2: Lush vegetation of Palmyra overgrows old military equipment from World War…

Newspaper Article: An enchanted realm deserted by man, Nature reigns on Palmyra's beaches

Palmyra: An enchanted realm deserted by man, Nature reigns on Palmyra's beaches (Part 3 of 4)
Photo Caption: A baby booby bird.
Palmyra Atoll has been in the news since being named as a possi-ble site for storage of nuclear wastes. So little is…

Newspaper Article: It's a pioneer life at the copra plantation

Palmyra: It's a pioneer life at the copra plantation (Part 2 of 4)

Photo Caption 1: An evening party sings a song titled "Boys of Palmyra." There are 18 such "boys," mostly Gilbertese teenagers, who live and work at the Palmyra copra plantation,…

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