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Howland Island
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    (1856- )
    Territory of the US
    Made up of sandy, coral islands
    The Sun constantly burns down the island.
    Up until the late 1800s guano was removed from the island.
    Japan attacked the island, causing American civilians to evacuate (1942).
    Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan were lost on their trip from New Guinea to Howland Island (1937).
    The island has some feral cats and is home to nesting birds.
    The island is covered with grass.
    The U.S. Military held the land during most of WW II.
    Scientists and educators may visit the island by special permit.
    The US Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service is the authority for the island.
    The day beacon is named the 'Earhart Light' in her honor.
    The 'Earhart Light' was destroyed during the WW II bombing, but was rebuilt.
    The US Coast Guard visits the Island annually to make sure everything is okay.
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