[Clayart] Tule lake +

Edouard Bastarache edouardb at colba.net
Wed Jul 13 17:36:19 EDT 2016




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From: "MGordon via Clayart" <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>
To: "Clayart international pottery discussion forum" 
<clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>; "Steve Slatin" <claystevslat at yahoo.com>
Cc: "MGordon" <clayart at earthlink.net>
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: [Clayart] Tule lake +


>  GOOGLED his name & found this...... Mike Gordon
> http://www.owensvalleyhistory.com/manzanar7/page17e.html
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> http://www.owensvalleyhistory.com/manzanar3/page14.html
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> On Jul 13, 2016, at 12:24 PM, Steve Slatin via Clayart wrote:
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>> From: Steve Slatin <claystevslat at yahoo.com>
>> Date: July 13, 2016 11:48:04 AM PDT
>> To: Clayart international pottery discussion forum 
>> <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>
>> Subject: Re: [Clayart] Tule lake +
>> Reply-To: Steve Slatin <claystevslat at yahoo.com>
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>>
>> Terry, the confiscation of property was terrible, but I think putting 
>> families -- including US born, American citizen children -- behind 
>> barbed wire was far worse. My acquaintance, George Tamura, was 
>> incarcerated at age 15 (Tule Lake, as it happens) and suffered many 
>> disappointments because of his Japanese background throughout his  life. 
>> He wrote a book ("Reflections") about his life and experiences,  noting 
>> many jarring experiences. He was a fine artist, and, from  inside the 
>> camp, carved detailed models of US and Japanese airplanes.  The 
>> Department of War used them to train pilots in enemy  identification, and 
>> gave him a certificate of thanks for his work.  His brother refused to 
>> "volunteer" for military service from inside  the camp, and was treated 
>> as a criminal. Steve Slatin -- N48.0886450  W123.1420482
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>>       From: Terrance via Clayart <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>
>>  To: Clayart international pottery discussion forum 
>> <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>
>> Cc: Terrance <zalt57 at videotron.ca>
>>  Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 7:41 AM
>>  Subject: Re: [Clayart] Tule lake +
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>> I agree that the internment camps were filled with innocent people,   but 
>> it was the times.
>> Remember that it was innocent looking Japanese tourists that took the 
>> photos of Pearl Harbour, that were used as intelligence, to plan the 
>> bombing runs.
>>
>> The sad part of the internment was the confiscation of the property 
>> without proof of clandestine activities, by the owners. Many young men 
>> signed up to serve and were treated badly by their leaders and peers.
>>
>> I do not blame the children for the sins if the parent. That includes  my 
>> parents. It is time to put it behind us.
>> Terry
>>
>>
>> Sent from my iPad
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>>> On Jul 12, 2016, at 5:51 PM, Douglas Fur via Clayart 
>>> <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
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>>> In Washington state the internment can be a distant event but there  are
>>> still connections that surprise you.
>>> Burien, my next to the largest city, has a Strawberry festival in  June.
>>> Strawberries are no longer grown here. They went away when the  Japanese
>>> American farmers were interned. Many returned here but their farms  were
>>> gone. A neighbor recommend the book "Journey to Topaz" (auto-correct
>>> thought I meant"GOP asylum" ?). Her father had been there. The story  is 
>>> a
>>> compilation of several families' stories. What gave me chills is that 
>>> the
>>> storyline of one of the main characters shares many of the events and
>>> details of her father's internment.
>>> An older couple at church told me how her best friend and her family 
>>> had
>>> been rounded up at gun point. My friends were shocked that out of  what 
>>> had
>>> been a community some stayed and some were interned depending on being
>>> "whites" or "Japs".
>>> Duff
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