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Japanese evacuees harvesting onion seed in Malheur County
Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Onions; Japanese Americans; Agriculture; Extension
Mary Anne Crocker measures the hem of a skirt for a young homemaker on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation
Women; Sewing machines; Clothes & dress; Indians of North America;
Working on a science experiment
Laboratories; Indians of North America; Students; Children; Extension
A young boy (Frankie Switzler) works in a science lab as part of the Warm Springs Indian boys Wildlife Management Short Course, July 25 through July 29, 1966.
Boys in boat
Rowboats; Indians of North America;
Two boys in a rowboat participate in the Warm Springs Indian boys Wildlife Management Short Course, July 25 through July 29, 1966.
Native American boys
Children; Indians of North America;
Japanese American workers hoeing beets
Japanese Americans; Farms; Beets; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture
About 450 Japanese Americans from relocation centers were used for farm labor in Malheur County. While most worked mostly for Japanese farmers, these workers are working in the Dale Garrison beet field....
African American group in bean field
African Americans; Agricultural laborers; Group portraits; Agriculture
A group of African-Americans working in a bean field near Scappoose, Oregon, led by Rev. M. C. Cheek of Guilds Lake Community Church, 1947. After the war ended, many African-Americans previously employed...
Barracks from Japanese American Internment Camp
Barracks; Housing; Relocation camps
Barracks are from the Japanese Relocation Center and are now furnishing housing for farm labor on Bryant Williams farm in Klamath County, Oregon.
Portrait of a Japanese American woman
Japanese Americans; Agricultural laborers; Women; Portrait photographs; Extension
Japanese American field worker, Ontario, Oregon. In May 1942, Malheur County became one of the first areas to recruit Japanese- American evacuees for farm work. Some of the evacuees remained in Eastern...
Japanese American workers planting onions
Japanese Americans; Onions; Farms; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture
Japanese American workers planting onions in Malheur County. Japanese American work crews were often made up of several related families, including parents and in-laws.
Native American strawberry picker
Agricultural laborers; Farms; Indians of North America; Portrait photographs
Indian strawberry picker near Gresham, Oregon.
School House at Simanisho
Schools; Buildings; Educational facilities
This is a picture of an old school house at Simanisho on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. The Native Americans cleaned the school up, sanded down the floors and turned it into a useful community center....
Breaking wild horses at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation
Horseback riding; Indians of North America;
4-H leader doing beadwork at the Warms Springs Indian Reservation
Indians of North America; Sewing; Women; Children
4-H club leader and her daughter.
Native American lacing lodge poles together
Indians of North America; Construction; Extension
Native Americans were lacing lodge poles together to build a back drop for a baseball diamond on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Warms Springs planning committee
Indians of North America; Committees; Women; Children
Photo shows the planning committee for the recreation center at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Woman doing beadworking
Beads; Sewing; Indians of North America; Women; Extension
Beadwork, as a 4-H club project, has been revised among the Indians on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Indian woman canning meat
Home food processing; Indians of North America; Women; Canning
Mary Hood canning meat at the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Joan Yasui at the Oregon State Fair
Cooking; Demonstrations; Japanese Americans; Women; 4-H clubs; Extension; Oregon State Fair
Joan Yasui, Hood River 4-H member, demonstrates a dairy food casserole at the State Fair.
Warm Springs 4-H youth
4-H clubs; Indians of North America; Extension; Children
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