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Interview with Darren Gamayo

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dc.coverage.spatial Honokaa, Hawaii 2013-09-05T20:35:05Z 2015-03-25T23:30:36Z 2013-09-05T20:35:05Z 2015-03-25T23:30:36Z 1997
dc.description A displaced sugar plantation worker remembers growing up on the plantation, national guard service, and sugar company work as a knapsack sprayer, cane planter, and finger-lift operator. He describes the layoffs, bumping, and union meetings preceding the plantation closing. He also talks about the final harvest and effects of the closing on him and his family, job seeking, and current job as a hotel security guard.
dc.description knapsack sprayer, sugarcane planter, finger-lift operator; Filipino-Chinese?; male
dc.description Interview conducted in English.
dc.description.sponsorship State, Federal
dc.format.extent 1 hr, 25 min
dc.format.extent 26 pages
dc.language eng
dc.relation.ispartof DU629 .H36 H36 1997
dc.relation.ispartofseries The Closing of Sugar Plantations: Interviews with Families of Hamakua and Kau, Hawaii
dc.subject Family Life
dc.subject Hamakua
dc.subject Plantation Life
dc.subject Sugar Cane
dc.subject Working Conditions
dc.title Interview with Darren Gamayo
dc.type Interview
dc.type.dcmi Text
dc.contributor.interviewer Nishimoto, Warren
dc.contributor.interviewee Gamayo, Darren
dc.source.local 26-21-1-97
dc.format.digitalorigin Reformatted digital
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