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UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Haruyuki Kamemoto I
|Title:||UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Haruyuki Kamemoto I|
|Contributors:||Yamada, Holly (interviewer)|
Kamemoto, Haruyuki (interviewee)
University of Hawaii at Manoa
World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, Japanese American
Mānoa Valley (Hawaii)
|Date Issued:||02 Feb 1999|
|Description:||A man of Japanese descent talks about his parents backgrounds, the differences between having to go to Japanese language school and regular school, working at his family's flower farm, being rebellious while going to McKinley High School, studying abroad in Japan and his family life back in the plantation era growing up in Manoa Valley. He also talks about the importance of education, what casued him to follow the study of genetics in agriculture, attending UH Manoa when it was still a "sleepy" college, being in the territorial guard and his families expereiences during WWII.|
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UH Faculty Diversity Project|
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