Interview with Jan Priest Wysard

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1998
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Johnston, Jeanne
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Born in Puunene, a woman describes growing up in a plantation town, Japanese domestics in the household, and schooling at English-standard Kaunoa School. A Punahou School alumna, she describes her Mainland college experiences, including witnessing racial discrimination. She details the Speckelsville beachfront house her parents built with the help of a Japanese stone mason. A child in 1946, she explains how she, her family, and house guests escaped the tsunami.
officer worker; Caucasian; female
Interview conducted in English.
Keywords
Ethnic Relations, Housing, Natural Disasters, Plantation Life, Wailuku (district)
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35 min
19 pages
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Paia, Maui
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GC222 .M38 T7 2003
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