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Vashon, Washington - Wikipedia


Vashon is a census-designated place (CDP) in King County, Washington, United States. .... from Japanese-American citizens who farmed strawberries on that land until WW II where they were moved to in...

Friends of Mukai


Five months after the attack, on May 16, 1942, the Matsuda family and the other Japanese-American families on Vashon Island were forced to evacuate Vashon ...

Mukai Cold Process Fruit Barrelling Plant -- Featured in the National ...


Sometime after turning 21, B. D. married a young Japanese woman named Sato ... Japanese immigrants were well established on Vashon Island by the time the ...

Japanese Presence Project - Vashon History


The “Japanese Presence Project,” developed under the auspices of The Friends of Mukai, is an effort to gather information on the Vashon-Maury Island's ...

Matsuda Farm in Vashon, Washington | The Conservation Fund


The Matsuda property was the last remaining farm on Vashon Island owned by a Japanese-American family. The farm grew various berries until the early 1940s ...

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May 24, 2013 ... The Mukai House and Garden is a significant example of the Japanese American presence on Vashon Island and in the Puget Sound Region.

Man remembers family, island struggles 74 years after Japanese ...


May 18, 2016 ... Seventy-four years ago this week more than 120 Japanese-American islanders were forced to leave Vashon, bound for Seattle and then on to ...

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History & Dates « MUKAI FARM & GARDEN


1846 Commodore James Biddle attempts to open Japan to trade. c. 1846 B.D. Mukai's ... 1901 First five Japanese farmers come to Vashon Island. 1901 15,000  ...