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Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state of the United States of America, receiving statehood on ... The archipelago is physiographically and ethnologically part of the .... It is the only U.S. stat...

Is Hawaii considered part of any continent? | Yahoo Answers

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Nov 8, 2008 ... Hawaii is generally considered to NOT be a part of any continent at all. ... Some people might say that it's a part of North America, because it's a ...

Are the Hawaiian Islands in North America? - Parade

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Jul 5, 2013 ... When I tell people that our 50th state, the Hawaiian Islands, is not located in North America, they laugh at me. Could you confirm that I'm correct ...

Continent Map | Map of Continents | Continent Size, Populations ...

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Feb 4, 2016 ... Continent map, population, size, facts about Asia, North America, South ... Central America countries and Greenland are all considered part of North America. ... Hawaii is approximately 2,550 miles southwest of Los Angeles, ...

Is Hawaii part of Asia or North America? - Quora

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Aug 26, 2015 ... Asia is on the Eurasian plate, and North America is on the North American plate. ... Is Greenland considered part of Europe or North America?

Is the state of Hawaii in North America or Oceania? - Fun Trivia

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Sep 1, 2012 ... Its the northern most island group in Polynesia.....Polynesia is a subregion of Oceania. Hawaii is the only state of the United States that is not ...

On which continent is Hawaii? - Ask.com

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Because the state of Hawaii rests in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, it is not on any continent. ... The chain of islands became part of the United States in 1959 as the 50th ... Some facts about Hawaii for kids are that Hawaii is the only state in America ... That state is California, which lies to the north and east of the Hawaiian ...

What continent is Hawaii part of - Answers.com

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Hawaii isn't part of any continent although it is politically part of the United States. Hawaii is a ... Is Hawaii considered to be part of the North American continent? Hawaii is not part of any continent. It is a group of islands about 2,700 kilometers  ...

Which Continent? - Geography - About.com

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Greenland is part of North America even though it is a territory of Denmark ... Hawaii is not on a continent as an island chain far from a land mass. ... it is not on a continent but is often considered to be part of the "Australia and Oceania" region.

continent - National Geographic Society

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Sep 20, 2011 ... Japan, for instance, is part of the continent of Asia. Greenland and all the islands in the Caribbean Sea are usually considered part of North America. ... and the Hawaiian Islands are examples of land areas that are considered ...

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By convention there are seven continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, ... however, that are not considered part of any continent, geographically speaking. New Zealand, Hawaii, and French Polynesia are among them.

Is Hawaii considered part of North America? - Straight Dope ...

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Geographically speaking, Hawaii is not considered part of North America. Politically, as part of the U.S., it is included in North America.

Are the islands that form Hawaii part of the Australian Continent or ...

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Sep 5, 2013 ... The Hawaiian islands are sticking up out of the middle of the Pacific ... so they could be considered part of Oceana, which is sometimes taken to include ... from a geopolitical standpoint to include them as part of North America.