Why did the United States annex Hawaii?

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The United States annexed Hawaii because they thought it would be a good naval base. The locals also wanted to benefit economically and culturally and therefore supported this.
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America's annexation of Hawaii in 1898 extended U.S. territory into
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Turns out Hawaii was a good place for sugar. The ex slave owners them went to Hawaii and basically made a fortune again . Selling this sugar was also beneficial to United States.
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Hawaii joined the United States of America on August 21st, 1959, becoming the 50th state. Presently, Hawaii has an estimated population of approximately 1,288,198 residents.
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Missionaries. Sugar and fruit companies.
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