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The Great Hawaiian Volcano Kilauea, and

���Above: A section of Holemaaman, the active part of the Kilauea crater, in Hawaii, photographed at three o'clock in the morning by the glow of its fiery- contents. The crater contains about twenty acres of molten lava, numerous fountains of which are continually shot up into the air to a height of from ten to eighty feet. Below is a photograph taken looking down into the crater

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Photos © Brown aiiU Dawson


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