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Richard M. Murakami Interview Segment 6 (ddr-manz-1-161-6)
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First impressions of the Tule Lake concentration camp, California
Kunio Otani Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1000-75-11)
vh Kunio Otani Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1000-75-11)
Arriving early to the Tule Lake concentration camp, California
Sarah Sato Segment 21 (ddr-densho-1000-81-21)
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Transfer with family to Tule Lake concentration camp, California, as "no-nos"
Mitsuko Hashiguchi Segment 44 (ddr-densho-1000-12-44)
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Description of Tule Lake concentration camp, California: an improvement from the assembly center
Edith Watanabe Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1000-101-15)
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Making life bearable in Tule Lake concentration camp, California: ordering goods from "Monkey Wards"
Joe Yamakido Interview Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1000-167-7)
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Blamed for riot in Santa Anita, and moved to Tule Lake concentration camp, California
Bill Nishimura Interview Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1000-119-7)
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Reaction to two violent incidents at Tule Lake concentration camp, California

This interview took place at the 2000 Tule Lake Pilgrimage in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Former site of Tule Lake concentration camp, California (ddr-densho-35-17)
img Former site of Tule Lake concentration camp, California (ddr-densho-35-17)
Japanese Americans at the Tule Lake concentration camp called this natural formation "Abalone Hill" because of its shape. Abalone Hill and Castle Rock are two major formations near the camp area.
Marianne West Interview Segment 4 (ddr-densho-1000-120-4)
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Mass removal to Tule Lake concentration camp, California: "it was an awful barren place"

This interview took place at the 2000 Tule Lake Pilgrimage in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Charles Olds Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-1000-121-5)
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Interviewing potential relocation candidates in Tule Lake concentration camp, California; induction into the army in 1945, trained at Fort Snelling, Minnesota

This interview took place at the 2000 Tule Lake Pilgrimage in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Concentration camp postwar (ddr-densho-28-16)
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Former site of Tule Lake concentration camp, California.
Concentration camp postwar (ddr-densho-28-17)
img Concentration camp postwar (ddr-densho-28-17)
Former site of Tule Lake concentration camp, California.
John Kanda Interview Segment 4 (ddr-densho-1000-116-4)
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Responding to the so-called "loyalty questionnaire" at Tule Lake concentration camp, California

This interview is part of a collaborative effort of the Puyallup Valley Japanese American Citizens League and Densho.

Family at a camp pilgrimage (ddr-densho-62-1)
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Watanabe family visiting the former site of Tule Lake concentration camp, California.
Former camp inmate next to a barbed wire fence (ddr-densho-62-2)
img Former camp inmate next to a barbed wire fence (ddr-densho-62-2)
Edith Watanabe at site of the former Tule Lake concentration camp, California.
Kenge Kobayashi Interview (ddr-densho-1000-37)
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Nisei male. Born July 25, 1926, in the Imperial Valley, California. Incarcerated at the Tulare Assembly Center, California, Gila River concentration camp, Arizona, and Tule Lake concentration camp, California. In his interview, he discusses his memories of Tule Lake concentration camp after it became a segregation center, including the killing of a camp inmate rioting, implementation ...
Michiko Wada Interview (ddr-manz-1-162)
vh Michiko Wada Interview (ddr-manz-1-162)
Nisei female. Born in California. Grew up in Watts, California, where parents ran a grocery business. During World War II, removed to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. After the so-called "loyalty questionnaire," transferred to the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After leaving camp, returned to Los Angeles.
Sadako Nimura Kashiwagi Interview (ddr-manz-1-172)
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Nisei female. Born in Sacramento, California. Grew up in Newcastle, California, where parents were tenant farmers. During World War II, removed to the Marysville Assembly Center, California, and then to the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. Remained in Tule Lake when it was converted to a segregation center. After leaving camp, returned to California.
Marian Asao Kurosu Interview Segment 56 (ddr-densho-1000-118-56)
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Water and primitive facilities at Tule Lake concentration camp, California

During this interview, Mrs. Kurosu alternately speaks in both English and Japanese. As a result, the English translation of the transcript contains [Jpn.] and [Eng.], which indicate whether the original dialogue was spoken in Japanese or English.

Marian Asao Kurosu Interview Segment 63 (ddr-densho-1000-118-63)
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Problems at Tule Lake concentration camp, California: scorpions, ticks and sagebrush

During this interview, Mrs. Kurosu alternately speaks in both English and Japanese. As a result, the English translation of the transcript contains [Jpn.] and [Eng.], which indicate whether the original dialogue was spoken in Japanese or English.

Marian Asao Kurosu Interview Segment 65 (ddr-densho-1000-118-65)
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Climate differences between Tule Lake concentration camp, California, and Heart Mountain

During this interview, Mrs. Kurosu alternately speaks in both English and Japanese. As a result, the English translation of the transcript contains [Jpn.] and [Eng.], which indicate whether the original dialogue was spoken in Japanese or English.

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