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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500 |a 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. 
500 |a Foreword by Paul Noguchi, Professor of East Asian Studies and Anthropology, Bucknell University. 
520 |a "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. 
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