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Bob Sakata: American Farmer (Paperback)

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Bob Sakata was born and raised near San Francisco, California. He was relocated along with his family and 120,000 other Japanese Americans to internment camps in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor and entry of the United Staes into World War II.

Upon release, Bob Sakata moved to Colorado. He was reunited with his family after the war, and has owned and operated Sakata Farms near Brighton, Colorado, for more than sixty years.

Overcoming childhood poverty, fear and prejudice during the war, and personal hardship and loss, Bob Sakata's success through determination, creativity, and a positive attitude exemplify the American spirit.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780865410930
ISBN-10: 0865410933
Publisher: Filter Press
Publication Date: March 31st, 2009
Pages: 110
Language: English

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