Ted Hachiya Interview Segment 1

Memories of father (ddr-one-7-9-1) - 00:06:11
Family background (ddr-one-7-9-2) - 00:04:26
Going fishing after the war (ddr-one-7-9-3) - 00:05:20
Purchasing family's hotel (ddr-one-7-9-4) - 00:07:30
Attending school (ddr-one-7-9-5) - 00:05:05
Attending college (ddr-one-7-9-6) - 00:07:52
Setting up a money-making business on the side while attending college (ddr-one-7-9-7) - 00:05:32
Working several jobs, including in an Alaskan cannery (ddr-one-7-9-8) - 00:05:12
Learning gambling from uncle (ddr-one-7-9-9) - 00:05:26
Meeting future wife and getting married (ddr-one-7-9-10) - 00:02:49
Granted an exemption from mass removal to help ill father (ddr-one-7-9-11) - 00:07:58
Preparing for mass removal (ddr-one-7-9-12) - 00:04:36
Difficult living and sanitation conditions in camp (ddr-one-7-9-13) - 00:06:03
Father's passing (ddr-one-7-9-14) - 00:04:03
Memories of the train ride to Minidoka (ddr-one-7-9-15) - 00:03:26
Spending one month in Minidoka (ddr-one-7-9-16) - 00:03:53
Leaving camp to work for a local farmer (ddr-one-7-9-17) - 00:05:39
Being taken advantage of before leaving for camp (ddr-one-7-9-18) - 00:05:42
Experiencing discrimination (ddr-one-7-9-19) - 00:08:09
Returning home after leaving camp (ddr-one-7-9-20) - 00:05:34
Helping to raise funds in effort to repeal the alien land laws (ddr-one-7-9-21) - 00:08:53
Being drafted into the military (ddr-one-7-9-22) - 00:07:06
Learning to cook from father (ddr-one-7-9-23) - 00:07:44
Continuing to cook in retirement (ddr-one-7-9-24) - 00:08:09
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Memories of father

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March 4, 2003

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Ted Hachiya

Ted Hachiya Interview

02:22:18 — 24 segments

March 4, 2003

Portland, Oregon

Nisei male. Grew up in Portland, Oregon. After Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, received a permit to remain in Portland during mass removal to translate for father in the hospital. Rejoined family and went to the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, returned to Portland.

(This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Interior.)

Molly Peters, interviewer; Tim Rooney, videographer

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