Federal Population Schedules
The Hawaiian Islands were annexed to the United States in 1898. The 1900 U.S. census was being taken of the island population when they became a U.S. territory on 14 June 1900. The 1900 U.S. census is arranged by island since there were no counties at the time. The island of Nihau was enumerated as E.D. 84 of Kauai; the island of Kahoolawe was E.D. 107, and Lanai as E.D. 100 of Maui.
Counties were established beginning in 1905. By 1910 these included Kauai County with Nihau as E.D. 16; Maui County with Kahoolawe as E.D. 91, Lanai as E.D. 95, Moloai as E.D. 72, and Honolulu County with the Midway Islands as E.D. 135.
In 1910 Kalawao County on the island of Molokai was comprised of a a leper colony.
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