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Interview with Raku Morimoto
|Title:||Interview with Raku Morimoto|
|Contributors:||Kodama, Michiko (interviewer)|
Morimoto, Raku (interviewee)
Customs and Beliefs - Japanese
|Series:||Five Life Histories|
|Source:||10-5-1-83, 10-8-2-83, 10-12-3-83|
|Description:||The oldest female descendant of the first boatload of Japanese contract immigrants who arrived in 1885 discusses her parents' coming to Hawaii, her early years in Kula and Downtown Honolulu, and her career as an Immigration Bureau interpreter.|
church mission worker, interpreter, schoolteacher; Japanese; female
Interview conducted in English.
|Pages/Duration:||4 hr, 10 min|
|Coverage (Spatial):||Honolulu, Oahu|
|Appears in Collections:||
Five Life Histories|
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