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Manzanar Cemetery Winter 2002


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1 Manzanar Cemetery, Winter 2002. Thisboo
Manzanar Cemetery, Winter 2002. Thisbookletwasdevelopedbytheparkrangersat Manzanar National Historic Site in partnership with the individuals pro�led and their families. The National Park Service cares for special places saved bythe American people so that allmayexperienceourheritage.Tolearn moreaboutyournationalparks,visitthe National Park Service website at www.nps.gov . To learn more about Manzanar National Historic Site, please visit our website at www.nps.gov/manz Manzanar National Historic Site P.O. Box 426, Independence, CA 9

2 3526 Tel. 760-878-2194E-mail: manz_sup
3526 Tel. 760-878-2194E-mail: manz_superintendent@nps.gov Printing was made possible by a grant from the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program. EXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA Wind and Dust This wind and dust I have to bear How hard it blows I do not care. But when the wind begins to blow - - My morale is pretty low. I know that I can see it through Because others have to bear it too. So I will bear it with the rest And hope the outcome is the best. -- George Nishimura, age 16 (1943) MANZANAR Inyo County, California, at the ea

3 stern base of the Sierra Nevada. Enviro
stern base of the Sierra Nevada. Environmental Temperatures can be over 100 degrees in summer and below freezing in winter. Strong winds & dust storms are frequent. Acreage: March 21, 1942 as a Reception Center and June 1, 1942 as a War Relocation Center. November 21, 1945 Max. Population: 10,046 (September 1942) Demographics: Most internees were from the Los Angeles area, Terminal Island, and the San Fernando Valley. Others came from the San Joaquin Valley and Bainbridge Island. I would say to students “Remember who now, 

4 47;Remember who you you are and where
47;Remember who you you are and where are and where you came you came from.” from.” I was ashamed to tell people that I was in camp, so I did not want to talk about it. I just put all thoughts about it out of my I never talked about the experiences in camp until recently. My sons ask why I did not tell them anything while they were growing up. In a way, I feel like a rape victim. I was ashamed to tell people that I was in camp, so I did not want to talk about it. I just put all thoughts ab

5 out it out of my
out it out of my Manzanar War Relocation Center, 1942 We left camp in August of 1945 with very little money. My mother did not have a job, my father was still at OliveView and the four of us were still in school. My brothers went to work in a home to earn theirkeepandgotoschool. Inthosedays,theywere called “school boys and girls”. My brother and I stayed with our mom while she cooked and cleaned. When I turned thirteen, I also When I turned t

6 hirteen, I went to be a school also we
hirteen, I went to be a school also went to be a school girl. Another rea - girl. Another reason for son for doing this doing this is because we is because we did did not have enough mon - not have enough ey and many people would money and many not rent to Japanese any- people would not way. This was the most difcult period of my life. rent to Japanese anyway Manzanar majorettes, photo by Toyo Miyatake Jolliets. We ordered batons from the Sears catalog and had lots of fun high stepp

7 ing and twirling the throwing our batons
ing and twirling the throwing our batons in the air. I was not aware of any of the politics that took place. My sister and brothers were too young and they did not have to ll out any questionnaires. I do not recall being sick. Although, one day, they took me to the hospital and removed my tonsils. I was told they routinely removed the tonsils of many children. I still do not know the reason. Manzanar Hospital, 1942 Dusty Manzanar street, 1942 our piano for ten dollars. Our landlord let us stor

8 e some of our belongings in the garage,
e some of our belongings in the garage, but when we returned to get them after the war, everything of value was gone. We boarded a bus and ar - rived at Manzanar. It was very dusty and I was very tired. I walked to school daily and it was either very hot or very windy and cold. During the three years that I attended school, I went from third grade to seventh I walked to school daily and it was either very hot or very windy and grade. Of course I missed my old school but I ad - justed to the new school. Actually I had a lot of fun. I joined a gro

9 up of girls and we called ourselves the
up of girls and we called ourselves the My mother, alone with ve children under the ages of My mother, alone twelve, went to camp with- with ve children out her husband. I do not re- under the ages of member too much about how twelve, went to the bombing affected us. I camp without her just remember my brothers husband. saying they called us “Japs” at school. My parents did not lose their jobs. We had a very short time My dad

10 had to sell to get ready for camp. I
had to sell to get ready for camp. I his truck that he remember my mom staying up very late to sew blankets, used for garden - dufe bags and long pants ing and we sold for my sister and I. We our piano for ten did not have any luggage dollars. in which to take our pos- Arriving at Manzanar, 1942 sessions nor did we have long pants to wear. Girls just did not wear pants. My mom heard it was going to be very cold and there were a lot of snakes. My dad had to sell his truck that he used for gardening and we sold

11 KAZUKO TOJI KATO Family
KAZUKO TOJI KATO Family # 3692 Camp: Manzanar, CA Address: 22-11-4 In June of 1924, my mother met my dad for the rst time, married him and came to America in search of a better life. They arrived in Los Angeles on the 4th of July. My mom saw the reworks and thought this was a beautiful place to start a new life. They settled in Glendale. I was the fourth of ve children. My mom was a laundress and my dad was a gardener. We attended Chevy Chase gram - mar school in Glendale. I believe I was in the third grade. On Dec

12 ember 7, 1941, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor
ember 7, 1941, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. A few days after turning nine in May, 1942, we were sent to Man - zanar. My dad was diagnosed with tuber - culosis. He was sent to Olive View Sanitarium. In 1942 the United States Government ordered over 110,000 men, women, and children to leave their homes and detained them in remote, military-style camps. Two-thirds of them were born in America. Not one was convicted ofespionage or sabotage. In this booklet, you will read the storyof a person who lived this history,in his or her own words. ID Card Manz