Interview with Helen Tamashiro

Date
1998
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Johnston, Jeanne
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A woman recalls her Okinawan immigrant parents who were banana farmers and pineapple field workers. She describes her Maliko Gulch banana farm and neighborhood. Alerted by neighbors, she and her siblings climbed a hill and watched the 1946 tidal waves roll in and pull up trees and plants.
teacher; Okinawan; female
Interview conducted in English.
Keywords
Community, Farming, Lifestyles, Natural Disasters, Maui
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40 min
11 pages
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Kahului, Maui
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GC222 .M38 T7 2003
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