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Memories of dusty conditions at Minidoka incarceration camp

Frank Yamasaki August 18, 1997

It was very, very dusty. The dust was powdery fine and if I recall, it …


Family life in a Japanese Canadian internment camp in Slocan

Pat Adachi October 21, 2004

I*: What do you remember of evacuation? Well, it wasn't a very good idea, but …


Difference between experiences of youth and older people in WWII camps

Paul Terasaki February 10, 2004

There’s a big separation of people in camp. The under high school, I would say, …


The Hapa Project

Kip Fulbeck May 3, 2006

The Hapa Project is an idea I came up with about 10 years ago of …


Lessons learned from The Hapa Project

Kip Fulbeck May 3, 2006

The overwhelming response has been really positive. That’s been great for me, but the important …

Yuzawa,George Katsumi

Death of sister in October 1942

George Katsumi Yuzawa March 2, 2006

I*: When your sister died, which was I think in October of 1942, were you …


Realizing Importance of Birthplace

George Abe December 10, 2004

I think it goes way back to the first time I ever filled out a …


Father in camp but learning from history books

Eric Nakamura November 27, 2005

Oh, just my father was in concentration camp. Again, it’s a typical Japanese American household, …


Skateboarding at Manzanar

Eric Nakamura November 27, 2005

Giant Robot once went to Manzanar concentration camp, ‘cause that’s probably one of the more …


Insights from family on Japanese American internment

Mike Shinoda January 16, 2006

My dad told me about internment a long time ago. I think he told me …

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