Sandwich Island

Sandwich Islands was the name given to the Hawaiian Islands by James Cook in the 1770s.

Sandwich Islands or Sandwich Island may also refer to:

  • South Sandwich Islands, an archipelago, named by James Cook, which is part of the British overseas territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands in the south Atlantic Ocean
  • Sandwich Island, a former name by James Cook of the uninhabited atoll Manuae in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific Ocean
  • Sandwich Island, a former name by James Cook of Efate Island in The Republic of Vanuatu in the South Pacific Ocean
  • Sandwich Island Sleeper or Eleotris sandwicensis, a species of fish endemic to the Hawaiian Islands
  • Sandwich Islets south of Bahía Cook
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