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Description of the Sacramento History Museum exhibit Continuing Traditions: Japanese Americans Story of a People 1869-1992. The booklet includes information about the Japanese American experience in the Sacramento and central valley, sponsors of the exhibition and lectures, and a list of lecture series and special events. George Oki (Nisei), born March 9, 1927 to Magoichi and Masayo (nee Kamada) Oki in Sacramento, California. He was incarcerated at Pinedale Temporary Assembly Center and Poston II Incarceration Camp. He became a control tower operator in the Army Air Forces Communications System Unit in post-WWII occupied Japan at Itazuke Air Force Base in Kyushu, Japan.
Programs; Booklets 6 pages, 11 x 5.25 inches application/pdf