The Hawaiian Plantersʻ Monthly - 1895 - 1909
In 1895, The Planters’ Labor and Supply Company reorganized under the name Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association (HSPA). In this same year, the Association established the first experiment station in Hawaii. According to the bylaws, the goals of HSPA included “the improvement of the sugar industry, the support of an experimental station and laboratory, the maintenance of a sufficient supply of labor, and the development of agriculture in general.”
The Hawaiian Planter’s Monthly was published from 1895 through 1909. It was subsequently published as the Hawaiian Planters’ Record which ceased publication in 1991.
This digitization project was funded in part by USDA, ARS, National Agricultural Library Specific Cooperative Agreement 58-8201-9-182 and by the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. The images were digitized from microfilm created as part of the USAIN State and Local Literature Preservation Project, Hawaii.