Holidays and festivals

Striving to maintain normal lives, Japanese Americans held holiday celebrations and festivals inside the concentration camps. Whether decorating mess halls during the Christmas holiday as part of a camp-wide competition or participating in parades to celebrate the harvest of crops from their own gardens, the Japanese Americans demonstrated their resourcefulness and resilience.

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Japanese Americans making mochi (ddr-densho-159-160)
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Rice is being pounded into mochi (rice cakes) for New Year's celebrations.
Japanese Americans making mochi (ddr-densho-159-161)
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Preparing mochi (rice cakes) for New Year's celebrations.
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