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I never questioned how Pearl City came to be known by its name. The city borders Pearl Harbor, so it seemed an obvious association. Pearl City was named for its harbor. My father said that pearls were an import, most being from Tahiti, and he had never seen pearls in or near Pearl City. But its harbor was named for its resources. What is today the harbor was once teeming with pearl oysters. They fished so frequently that oysters became scarce in Wai Momi, prompting King Kamehameha I to declare kapu on oysters in an attempt to preserve its supply.
During this time, kapu was imposed on certain resources throughout the year to allow them time to regenerate and increase, ensuring that food supplies would remain for years to come. The settlers, however, ignored this law and continued to fish until oysters disappeared from the waters by the mid-nineteenth century.
Extraction to the point of erasure. This is what they called Pearl Harbor.