Footprints left in wet volcanic ash when a group of Hawaiian travel...

Footprints left in wet volcanic ash when a group of Hawaiian travel...

Detailed Description

Footprints made in muddy ash during Kīlauea's 1790 eruption are reminders that people experienced the largest explosive eruption in Hawai‘i in 1,000 years. Several hundred, and possibly more than a few thousand, people were killed by the eruption soon after the footprints were made.

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Image Dimensions: 2448 x 1509

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