Sedai: Oral History Catalogue

The Japanese Canadian Legacy Project

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Title Accession number Period Language Event Location Topic
Interview with Alma Sumiko Miike (nee Kawano) 2010.066 Pre War, Post War, World War II, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s English World War II, Relocation, Forced Removal, Attack on Pearl Harbour, Internment Okanagan, BC, Hiroshima, Japan, Victoria, BC, Salt Spring Island, BC, Alberta, Canada, Montreal, QC, Toronto, ON, Kelowna, BC work, food, festivals, road camps, beet fields, Momiji
Interview with Frank Moritsugu 2010.029 Pre War, Post War, World War II, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s English Redress, World War II, Relocation, Internment Port Alice, BC, Vancouver, BC, Kitsilano, BC, Powell Street, Vancouver, BC, Yard Creek, BC, Okanagan, BC, Hastings Park, Vancouver, Slocan City, BC, Tashme, BC, Kaslo, BC, Toronto, ON, Hamilton, ON, Japan, Manitoba, Canada, Montreal, QC, Ontario, Canada, Ottawa, ON, USA, Steveston, BC family, nisei, church, agriculture, travel, children, Anglicanism, police, mining, employment, sansei, issei, photography, men-only work camps, military, self-supporting camps, baseball, gardening, community, fishing, commerce, internment camps, bathhouse, social activity, children, temple, food, ghost towns, dance, martial arts, sports, Asahi Baseball Team, career, education, employment, issei, Japan, living in Japan, newspaper, Nikkei Voice newspaper, radio, sansei, teaching, work, military, discrimination, Prisoner of War (POW), Christianity, internment camp, yonsei, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), deportation, festivals, language, detention camps, religion, Momiji, Nikkei Voice newspaper
Interview with Susan Hidaka 2011.038 Pre War, Post War English Redress Okanagan, BC, Japan, Calgary, AB, Toronto, ON, USA housing, family, music, education, farming, food, language, Momiji, volunteer, clothing, discrimination, religion, sports, fishing, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC), National Association of Japanese Canadian (NAJC), employment, travel