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Gila River Relocation Center: From the Perspective of the WRA Photos

RoyKakuda

The Gila River Relocation Center was one of the ten American concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II. The center was located 58 miles south-south-west of Phoenix, AZ.  It ...

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Colorado River Relocation Center - Poston: From the Perspective of the WRA Photos

RoyKakuda

The Colorado River Relocation Center (Poston) was one of the ten American concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II. The center was located on the Colorado River Indian ...

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Tule Lake Relocation Center and the Tule Lake “Segregation Center: From the Perspective of the WRA Photos

RoyKakuda

The Tule Lake Relocation Center was one of the ten American concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II.  The center was located in northern California 35 miles south ...

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Nikkei Names: Writing Workshop in Burnaby, BC

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Discover Nikkei presented a free writing workshop on July 26 at the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre in conjunction with annual writing series called Nikkei Chronicles #3: Nikkei Names: Taro, John, ...

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Nikkei Names: Writing Workshop in Chicago

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Discover Nikkei presented a free writing workshop on July 19 at the Church of Christ Presbyterian in conjunction with annual writing series called Nikkei Chronicles #3: Nikkei Names: Taro, John, Juan, João? to ...

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Nikkei Names: Writing Workshop in Los Angeles

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Discover Nikkei presented a free writing workshop on June 28 at the Japanese American National Museum in conjunction with annual writing series called Nikkei Chronicles #3: Nikkei Names: Taro, ...

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Manzanar Relocation Center: From the Perspective of the WRA Photos

RoyKakuda

The Manzanar Relocation Center was one of the ten American concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II. The center was located in the Owens Valley 220 miles north ...

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Tell Us About Your Name!

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Discover Nikkei presented a photo activity at the Japanese American National Museum’s Target Free Family Saturdays: Imagination Storytime event on June 14, 2014. Visitors had their photos taken and ...

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Sumo Tournament July 1942, Merced Assembly Center

Ahonda

My Dad didn't lie to me about being a Sumotori.  He's the short one on the very right, Don Honda.  Picture taken July 1942. These photo's were handed to me ...

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Stockton Japantown - San Joaquin Japanese Entrepreneurs circa 1915

stocktonhiro

The peak of Stockton's Japantown was the 1930s when it occupied several square blocks alongside of Manilatown and Chinatown.  After the war, Stockton's Japantown was reduced to a shell with ...

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