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Lapel Pin: Kīlauea Crater Bench Mark Medallion

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Hawaiʻi, the Big Island, is home to five volcanoes—Mauna Loa, Maunakea, Kohala, Hualalāi, and Kīlauea, the youngest of the five. Once thought to be a satellite of Mauna Loa, scientists have determined Kīlauea is a separate volcano with its own magna producing system. It has the distinction of being the most active volcano in the world. From 300,000-600,000 years ago to the present, it has been erupting lava and rising from the sea.

PLACE NAME: Kīlauea Crater
ELEVATION: 4,076 ft.
COORDINATES: N19° 24' 26'' W155° 17' 00'' 
LOCATION: Volcanoes National Park, Hawaiʻi, USA 
MARKERSLEUTH PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR: Jim Dryden and Wayne Groff, 1997 

  • 1 inch diameter
  • Cast in fine pewter
  • Military clutch back
  • Mounted on story card
Sku: 300827
$8.95
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