This scene ends with Jimi Yamaichi, standing on the site ofTule Lake Internment - Segregation Center, saying, " an example of the ingenuity of people living in harsh conditions." He is speaking of the sake stills that were throughout the camp and the means to hide them from the guards. He mentions a hole in the floor of a 1942 barracks, to the northwest, at the Tulelake - Butte Valley Fairgrounds and Museum. He also notes that a person in the camp made money selling what was the best starter for sake made from rice purchased at a camp store.
Filmed and edited by Anders Tomlinson. Music by Denver Clay. Produced by Anders Tomlinson and Jimi Yamaichi. ©2013 Anders Tomlinson and Jimi Yamaichi, all rights reserved.
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