Santa Cruz County History - Cultural Diversity



Nihon Bunka/Japanese Culture: One Hundred Years in the Pajaro Valley

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Photo of WW I Issei Soldier
U.S. Army World War I Issei
Volunteer from the Pajaro Valley, 1918

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Sacramento History Museum, The Continuing Traditions: Japanese Americans, The Story of a People, Sacramento, Calif., 1992.

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Westview Presbyterian Church, The Seventy-fifth Anniversary of Mission Work in Watsonville, California. Oct. 28, 1973.

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Watsonville Buddhist Temple, 60th Anniversary 1905-1966, 1966; and 75th Anniversary 1906-1981, 1981; Watsonville, Calif.


This chapter is from a booklet titled, Nihon Bunka = Japanese Culture; one hundred years in the Pajaro Valley. It was published by the Pajaro Valley Arts Council in conjunction with the Council's 1992 exhibition of the same name. The text is published on the Library's Web site with the permission of the Council. Photographs are courtesy of Bill Tao.

Copyright 1992. Pajaro Valley Arts Council.


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