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Aya's Story

 
Sunset on Quadra Island (Aya's home before the war)
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Japanese Canadian  Museum
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Aya Higashi (nee Atagi) built a new life in Kaslo after her wartime internment there.
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Aya Atagi grew up on Quadra Island.
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A product of two cultures, Aya was Canadian born.
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The Atagi family were boat builders.  Atagi Boatworks, Steveston Harbour, BC
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Aya's mother played the Koto on Quadra Island evenings.
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The Atagi Family were Quadra Island pioneers.
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The Atagi's lived at Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island.
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View of Japanese Canadian boats.
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Aya's father was in charge of the cannery fleet at the Quathiaski Canning Company.
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Cape Mudge lighthouse, Quadra Island, BC
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Boat at Quathiaski Canning Co. wharf.
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Salmon Seiner
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View of Quathiaski Canning Co. fishing fleet.
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Brailing Salmon
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Beach on Quadra Island
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Fairview United Church in Vancouver.
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