Islands of the Hawaiian Chain
We tend to see only the peaks of the mighty range of volcanic mountains which form the Hawaiian Islands. These islands stretch for almost 2,000 miles from the southeast side of Hawaii to the islands of Midway and Kure. There are basically three kinds of islands in the Hawaiian archipelago - the eight main islands at the southern end of the chain, (see Jane's Hawaii Home Page), the small rocky islets in the middle and the low and sandy coral islands of the north western end.
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This Web site provides a short history and geography of each of the second and third types of islands mentioned above. Each of these islands has something unique and interesting about them.
I do hope that you enjoy your visit to these lesser known but nevertheless extremely fascinating islands of the Hawaiian chain.