TCDS

Diaries are an important resource for historians as they are first person primary material.

The Coalition has commissioned the translation of several diaries such as Reverend Daisho Tana, Sasabune Sasaki, and others. Here is the account of Reverend Daisho Tana who was picked up since he was a Japanese Language Teacher.

Why Is the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Important?

By: Jean-Paul deGuzman
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The Legacy of
Merrill Scott

By: Lloyd Hitt
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Rev. Daisho Tana’s Diary

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Traveling Exhibit Schedule

Feb
1
Thu
2018
Santa Barbara Historical Museum – Displaced: The Detention & Internment of Santa Barbarans During WWII
Feb 1 – May 27 all-day

Utilizing historic documents, images, artifacts, and oral histories the Museum will open two thought-provoking exhibitions, both of which reveal the impact of detention and internment on members of the Japanese, German and Italian communities in Santa Barbara – and beyond – shortly after American entry into World War II.

Sep
1
Sun
2019
OC Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum
Sep 1 – Oct 31 all-day