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  • Japanese Internment Camp (~ 1942)
        Gold Range Mine.Senator Hayes home and bunk houses 2 miles east of Schreiber.
      Gold Range Mine.Senator Hayes home and bunk houses 2 miles east of ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Internees at Japanese Internment Camp two miles east of Schreiber.Men were sent to the camps to assist in road building in the area between Schreiber and Jackfish.
      Internees at Japanese Internment Camp two miles east of Schreiber.Men were sent ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Standing L - R: 1) Doug Arai 2) Punchy Ito 3) Don Otsu 4) Mitsuo Otsu 5) Len Takeshima 6) Maise Nishimura 7) Syd Nishimura. Seated L - R: 1) Larry Makino 2) Ernie Dikawa 3) George Nishimura. Some of the residents of a Japanese internment camp, during World War ...
      Standing L - R: 1) Doug Arai 2) Punchy Ito 3) Don ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Rear L - R: 1) ? 2) Fred Vogami 3) ? 4) ? 5) ? 6) ? 7) Jack Sadoio Shikitani 8) ? 9) ? 10) ? 11) Willie Kimitoshi Utsunomiya 12) Swede Sawada 13) George Suzuki, Middle L - R: 1) ? 2) Butch Watanabe 3) Sam Hagino 4) ...
      Rear L - R: 1) ? 2) Fred Vogami 3) ? 4) ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Third from left: Sam Hagino. In 1942 'Angler' became an internment camp for over 700 Japanese Canadians. 300 were released to work, leaving 425 at the camp. Today, only foundations and scattered items can be found there.
      Third from left: Sam Hagino. In 1942 'Angler' became an internment camp ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Group of men at a Japanese internment camp two miles east of Schreiber. Back Row: 1) ? 2) Yosh Hagino 3) Willie Ultsunomiya. Front Row: 4) Fred Kayahara 5) George Mochizuki 6) George Takahashi
      Group of men at a Japanese internment camp two miles east of ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Men working at the Japanese internment camp two miles east of Schreiber 1942-1944. George Keeno on left.
      Men working at the Japanese internment camp two miles east of Schreiber ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Left - Right:Minoru Nagasawa , Matahuru 'Mutt' Otsu. For the Japanese Canadians there were no homes, farms and other property left after the internment. They were forced to start their lives over, with no economic resources. In 1988 $21,000 redress for Japanese Canadians was passed and the Prime Minister issued ...
      Left - Right:Minoru Nagasawa , Matahuru 'Mutt' Otsu. For the Japanese Canadians ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        Japanese Internment Camp two miles east of Schreiber. The Neys camp, after the Germans left, was used briefly for Japanese internees. Then for a short time it served as an 'Industrial Farm' institution for the Port Arthur Court District. Today, Neys is the scene of a most attractive Provincial Park ...
      Japanese Internment Camp two miles east of Schreiber. The Neys camp, after ...
  • Japanese Internment Camp
        A Japanese internment camp, during World War II, outside of Schreiber, about 2 miles east on Highway 17. Many Japanese Canadians from B.C. had been uprooted and moved inland after Pearl Harbour.
      A Japanese internment camp, during World War II, outside of Schreiber, about ...
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