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UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Dorothy Hazama II

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Title:UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Dorothy Hazama II
Contributors:Yamada, Holly (interviewer)
Hazama, Dorothy (interviewee)
Keywords:Plantation life--Hawaii.
Family Life
Japanese Americans-Hawaii.
Date Issued:09 Dec 1999
Description:A former teacher gives details on some of the differences between college students going into teaching today and during her years in college. She also speaks about her schooling at MidPac, and then later on her and her family life while she attended UH Manoa and in New York City. She also recollects family life during the plantation era, differences between city vs. country children, life during WWII and experiences in her teaching career, including involving Hawaiian Studies in her teachings.
Pages/Duration:34 pages
Appears in Collections: UH Faculty Diversity Project

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