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The amazing thing is they (the residents on Niihau) practice a lot of Hawaiian traditions including speaking only in Hawaiian. It’s amazing in all the years since becoming a territory and eventually a state is how they have been left alone. Another amazing thing is that in the Hawaiian renaissance they (the Robinson family) and the island’s residents want nothing to do with sovereignty movements. It’s so rare to hear about the island. You know when they quote the returns for voting, you don’t hear anything about them. Yes they do vote and share a representative with Kauai (they call it a canoe district since you have to cross ocean to visit the whole district). But I don’t hear any news about Kahoolawe and they like it that way.