img Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
Japanese Americans walk down the Eagledale ferry dock to catch a special ferry to Seattle.
Collection Bainbridge Island Review Collection (ddr-densho-68)
This collection consists of selected articles from the Bainbridge Island Review, a community paper from Bainbridge Island, Washington. During World War II, the Bainbridge Island Review was the sole newspaper on the West Coast to continuously speak out against the mass removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans, primarily through the editorials of Walt Woodward, editor from ...
Collection Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community Collection (ddr-densho-34)
The collection of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community, 1890s-1940s, consists primarily of photographs of strawberry farms, businesses, sawmills, and the church and school activities of the Japanese American community on Bainbridge Island, Washington. The collection also includes photographs of the Bainbridge Island community of Port Blakely, the mass removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island, ...
Collection Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community Collection (ddr-densho-1001)
This collection consists of interviews conducted by the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community (BIJAC). BIJAC's mission is to share with the wider community the history and culture of Japanese Americans, and to promote the safeguarding of civil and constitutional rights for all. Japanese Americans living on Bainbridge Island were the first of more than 120,000 forced ...
img Washington Hotel (ddr-densho-34-45)
The two-story Washington Hotel (left) was started in about 1900 by Hanjiro Kono and was later operated by Sohichi Shigemura. The Ikuta Barber Shop is behind the community bulletin board along the walkway. Port Blakely is located on the southeast end of Bainbridge Island, Washington.
vh Tats Kojima Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1001-10-15)
Prewar life on Bainbridge Island, Washington
vh Fumiko Hayashida Segment 17 (ddr-densho-1000-15-17)
Memories of removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington
vh Isami Nakao - Kazuko Nakao Segment 16 (ddr-densho-1000-68-16)
"Evacuation day," leaving Bainbridge Island, Washington
vh Tatsukichi Moritani Interview Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1001-2-2)
Born on Bainbridge Island, Washington, raised on family farm
img Family returning home after the incarceration (ddr-densho-34-51)
Exterior of the Hayashida's family's home on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
vh Michiko Amatatsu Noritake Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-1001-4-5)
Leaving Bainbridge Island, Washington: "darkest day of our life"
vh Nobuko Omoto Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1001-11-1)
Growing up and attending school in Bainbridge Island, Washington
vh Taketo Omoto Interview Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1001-12-2)
Memories of attending school on Bainbridge Island, Washington
img Opening day of the Eagle Harbor Meat Market (ddr-densho-34-62)
The Eagle Harbor Meat Market was located on Winslow Way on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
vh Gerald Nakata Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1001-6-1)
Growing up on Bainbridge Island, Washington; parents' immigration to the U.S.
img Japanese American community meeting (ddr-densho-34-161)
Members of the Japanese American community meet outside the Japanese Hall on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
vh Fumiko Hayashida Segment 14 (ddr-densho-1000-15-14)
Removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington, just as the strawberry crops were ready to be harvested
img Japanese Americans boarding train for Manzanar, California (ddr-densho-36-15)
Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island, Washington are being transported to the Manzanar Assembly Center, California.