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Sugar reaches Hawaii in 1100 A.D.
Sugar first comes to America through Hawaii in 1100 A.D.
Egyptians master how to refine the whitest sugar in 1200 A.D.
Egyptians finally mastered how to refine sugar so it was pure white.
Sugar first planted between 8000-7000 B.C.
Sugar was first planted in New Guinea between 8000 and 7000 B.C.
1493: Columbus brings sugar cane to Hispaniola.
Columbus brings sugar cane to Hispanola in 1493.
1733: Molasses Act on sugar products not from English islands.
1875: Sugar from Hawaii is allowed into U.S. without extra charges.
The British Parliament passes the Molasses Act on sugar products that aren't from their islands.
Sugar from Hawaii can come into the U.S. without extra charges.
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