(Encyclopedia) Maui mou?, island (1990 est. pop. 82,500), 728 sq mi (1,886 sq km), second largest island in the state of Hawaii, separated from the island of Hawaii by the Alenuihaha Channel and? Hawaii Maui County, Hawaii People QuickFactsMaui CountyHawaiiPopulation, 2005 estimate 139,8841,275,194Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2005 9.2%5.3%Population, 2000 128,? Maui county hawaii dp 4 profile of selected housing characteristics SubjectNumberPercent Total housing units56,377100.0UNITS IN STRUCTURE1-unit, detached31,59356.01-unit, attached3,? Maui county hawaii dp 2 profile of selected social characteristics SubjectNumberPercent SCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and over enrolled in school31,729100.0Nursery school,? Maui county hawaii dp 3 profile of selected economic characteristics SubjectNumberPercent EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over99,326100.0In labor force66,30766.8Civilian? (Encyclopedia) Lahaina l?h?n?, city (1990 pop. 9,073), Maui co., on the west coast of Maui Island, Hawaii, in a sugarcane and pineapple region. It was the scene of the first European settlement in? (Encyclopedia) Molokai m?l?k?, island (1990 pop. 6,587), 261 sq mi (676 sq km), Maui co., Hawaii, between Oahu and Maui islands. Molokai is generally mountainous, with Mt. Kamakou (4,970 ft/1,515 m? (Encyclopedia) Haleakala Observatoriesh?l??kl, astronomical facilities located on the summit of Haleakala volcano, 10,023 ft (3,055 m), in Haleakala National Park, Maui island, Hawaii. Because? (Encyclopedia) North Island or Te Ika-a-Maui [Maori,=the fish of Maui] (1996 pop. 2,718,188), 44,702 sq mi (115,777 sq km), New Zealand. It is the smaller but more populous of the two principal? (Encyclopedia) Haleakala National Park h?l??kl, 29,824 acres (12,074 hectares), on Maui island, Hawaii. Haleakala volcano, 10,023 ft (3,055 m) high, has been dormant since the mid-1700s. Its?