Seabrook Village New Jersey : oral histories of a community

"The Seabrook Farms Company was the catalyst that brought the largest group of Japanese American internees from the ten War Relocation Authority Camps (WRA) to come to a single employer during World War II. This work should be used in conjunction with the three treatises providing a background...

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Corporate Author: Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
Contributors: Noguchi, Rei R., Seabrook, John M., Poldma, Milli., Noguchi, Paul H., 1945-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Seabrook, NJ : Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center, 1997.
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Summary: "The Seabrook Farms Company was the catalyst that brought the largest group of Japanese American internees from the ten War Relocation Authority Camps (WRA) to come to a single employer during World War II. This work should be used in conjunction with the three treatises providing a background of the Seabrook Community."--acknowledgement.
Item Description: Vol. 3 is a slipcase containing the three separately published treatises: Seabrook : a new beginning by Rei R. Noguchi ; The Henry Ford of agriculture : Charles E. Seabrook 1881-1964 and Seabrook Farms 1893-1959 by John M. Seabrook ; The Estonian community of Seabrook, New Jersey : from displaced persons camp to success in America by Milli Poldma, with contributions by Else Vilms.
Foreword by Paul Noguchi, Professor of East Asian Studies and Anthropology, Bucknell University.
Physical Description: 3 v. (various pagings) : ill., ports. ; 29 cm.