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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vashon,_Washington

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 internment camps away from the island ...

friendsofmukai.org

The Day the Vashon Japanese American Community was ... Five island groups - The Friends of Mukai, the Heritage Museum, the Land Trust, the Park District, ...

www.vashonhistory.com

The Vashon History site contains links to the Vashon-Maury Island Timeline, the ... during World War II, to their return, to the island Japanese community today.

www.vashonhistory.com/japanese_presence_main_2.html

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 ...

www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/carrying-the-pain-for-70-years-japanese-americans-internment

Feb 14, 2012 ... They ran a 10-acre strawberry farm on Vashon Island and hadn't ... the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington in Seattle said ...

www.vashonbeachcomber.com/news/japanese-americans-on-vashon-island-project-traces-significant-history

Feb 18, 2016 ... Her re-telling of that day is captured in a video for The Japanese Presence Project, an island initiative that aims to recognize the contributions of ...

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mukaifarmandgarden.com/history-dates

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  ...

www.nps.gov/nr/feature/asia/2002/mukai.htm

In 1910, B. D. and Sato moved to Vashon Island and started growing strawberries on a small parcel of land near the center of the island. Japanese immigrants ...