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"I had read the reviews after I hired Nelson Goo, but I had to go on my gut instinct. I felt he led me in... more
Honolulu  Nelson W.S. Goo

Nelson Goo

Honolulu, HI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
5 STARS , I am very happy with David. My father was an attorney so I grew up in a legally oriented household... more
Honolulu  David Robert Squeri III

David Squeri

Honolulu, HI Litigation
Avvo rating 9.4
Dominique Tansley goes above and beyond what any other attorney had done for me. I really think that the... more
Honolulu  Dominique Malia Tansley

Dominique Tansley

Honolulu, HI Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 7.2
We have used Melissa several time with our company visas. She is extremely competent on complex issues and... more
Honolulu  Melissa Ann Vincenty

Melissa Vincenty

Honolulu, HI Immigration
Avvo rating 6.6
When I lived in Hawaii for a year, I got a ticket just becaude I was the owner of the car. I had to go back... more
Honolulu  Noah Fiddler

Noah Fiddler

Honolulu, HI DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 6.5
Marcus Landsberg IV is by far the most professional individual in his field that will not deviate from the... more
Honolulu  Marcus L Landsberg IV

Marcus Landsberg

Honolulu, HI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
When you can communicate with your attorney as easily as Marcus Landsberg, the weight the world is no longer... more
Honolulu  Marcus L Landsberg IV

Marcus Landsberg

Honolulu, HI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
On multiple occasions, this attorney has performed accurate and honest legal assessments for us. His work... more
Honolulu  W. Anthony Aguinaldo

W. Aguinaldo

Honolulu, HI Administrative Law
Avvo rating 6.5

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The founding of Honolulu is a bit of a mystery. Based on the oral histories of Hawaiians and archaeological finds, Honolulu could have been settled by the first Polynesians nearly 2,000 years ago.

In the early 1800s, Honolulu was occupied by a monarch and his court. The city's name means “sheltered harbor,” but the origin of its naming is uncertain.

The first foreigner to enter the harbor of Honolulu was a captain from an English ship at the turn of the 18th century. Since then, the city’s port has become an epicenter of shipping to and from Hawaii. The city's many exports included sandalwood, sugar, and pineapples.