Interview with Harumi Fujii

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2003
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A man who grew up in Keawe Camp recalls his disabled father and his mother who took in laundry. He helps with the laundry, works in the sugar fields, and raises hogs. A plantation carpenter by trade, he switches to welding and later manages the plantation credit union. He also covers the ILWU union: 1958 strike, soup kitchen, tax filing and alien registration assistance, and union secretary position.
sugar field worker, carpenter, tractor operator, welder, union secretary, credit union manager; Japanese; male
Interview conducted in English.
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Family Life, Housing, Lahaina (district), Plantation Life, Strikes
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