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Date Created1944-12-26
DescriptionBy December 1944, 817 internees had been released to Seabrook Farms. The total number would exceed 2,500, although many Issei and Nisei returned to California after the war's end.
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
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Date Created1944-08-31
DescriptionAs a Relocation Guidance Committee Secretary, Nakamura received $19 a month in wages.
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
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Date Created1940-1945
DescriptionPictured is the Gila River Relocations Camp in which Yoshiko Hasegawa and her family lived before arriving at Seabrook Farms.
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Date Created1950-1955
DescriptionEllen Nakamura, who had been interned at the Jerome Relocation Center in Arkansas, served as a recruitment scout for Seabrook Farms. She regularly communicated with H. Leon Yager, the WRA official in...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1941-1949
DescriptionEllen Nakamura, featured in the center of this photograph. The brick buildings and greenery of Seabrook Farms presented a sharp contrast to the barracks and desert-like conditions of the internment...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
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Date Created1942-04-18
DescriptionA memo from the U.S. Embassy in Peru to the Peruvian Ambassador in Washington exemplifies widely-held beliefs that ethnic Japanese in the Americas were unassimilable. The letter contends that as "an...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
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Date Created1944-04-13
DescriptionParoled internees had to contend with hostile receptions in many places. White residents of Great Meadows, NJ, including the soldier shown here, protested farmer George Kowalick's decision to hire...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)