Take a journey through the fascinating history and dynamic environment of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Listen or download these audible adventures featuring interviews with Park Rangers and an array of subject matter experts.
A composite image of a hula practitioner with a steaming bluff
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Black and white microscope photo of microbes
Scientists use a SEM (scanning electron microscope) to capture views like this one of life within a lava tube. This image was taken in a lava tube from a Kīlauea flow near Mountain View, Hawaiʻi (Click to view large). Photo courtesy of Mike Spilde and Diana Northup.

Black and white photo of African American man in a hat with a gun in holster and 1910s garb
Linold Chappell (Courtesy of Brian K Chappell)
Linold Chappell was a private with Company E of the 25th Infantry Regiment. He joined the regiment at Schofield Barracks shortly after enlisting in the Army in 1913, one of 45 new recruits assigned to Company E. (Click photo to view large)

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Last updated: July 14, 2021

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