Giro Nakagawa was working for the New Washington Oyster Company in South Bend, Washington, before World War II. In this clip, he describes a visit from the FBI while he was out on a station house, a building on stilts out in the water, where he lived and worked during the oyster harvesting season. Giro Nakagawa's full interview is available in the Densho Digital Archive.
This clip is an excerpt from Giro Nakagawa's oral history interview conducted April 30, 2014. To see the complete interview, visit the Densho Digital Archive (http://www.densho.org/archive).
The clips in this playlist were included in The World War II Incarceration of Japanese Americans -- 70th Anniversary Remembrance. This educational supplement was published by the Seattle Times as part of their Newspapers in Education program on April 29, 2012, commemorating the 70th anniversary of Japanese Americans being removed from Seattle during World War II.