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Date: 2016-07-11

Date: 10/25/2016

To the editor:Quoting from G. W. Cornell's letter of Sept. 20 to the editor, "everything possible should be done to encourage all Japanese to return to their native land and..." Perhaps we could have just as easily relocated elsewhere but, my dear…

Date: 1945-09-26
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 3
Type: NEWS

Date: 1992
Source: Nihon Bunka = Japanese Culture; one hundred years in the Pajaro Valley. Published by the Pajaro Valley Arts Council in conjunction with the Council's 1992 exhibition of the same name.

Library of Congress Veterans History Project

Date: 12/1/2014

Only the possibility of serious harm to the nation could justify the compulsory uprooting of the thousands of American-born Japanese who are to be removed by the army from Pacific coast areas in which sabotage or aid to the enemy might be disastrous.…

Date: 1942-03-05
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 5
Type: NEWS

To the Editor: Your insipid and practically anti-democratic editorial in Tuesday evenings paper (regarding return of Japanese) is a sickening display of shoddy thinking to the mind of at least one soldier who has now served his country for over three…

Date: 1944-12-22
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page -
Type: NEWS

Cpl. Jack E. Kirby of Freedom, captured by the Japs at the fall of Corregidor in May, 1942, and prisoner in various prison camps in the Philippines until Sept. 3, 1945, writes the following to the Register-Pajaronian:"Since my return from the prison…

Date: 1945-10-11
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 6
Type: NEWS

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