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Inyo County Television News 1981 Story on Dee Uyeda and Joan Busby at Manzanar
Uyeda, Dee
Busby, Joan
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Manzanar National Historic Site
California Revealed from Manzanar National Historic Site
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Dee Uyeda was sent to Manzanar War Relocation Center from San Francisco with her family, including her father, Shinjo Nagatomi, who was a Buddhist minister. Joan Busby grew up in Independence, just six miles north of Manzanar. The two women met as adults when both were teachers in Mill Valley. In this clip, they visit Manzanar together.
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