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Interview with Three Strong Women from Eden Prairie

Irene Schwartz Talks About Eden Prairie

Rachel Hjorth on Growing Up

Introduction (Helen Tsuchiya)

Japanese-Americans During World War II

Life in a California Internment Camp

Student Questions - Camp Life / Religion

Student Questions - Leaving Home / Kids in Camp

Student Questions - Buddhist Traditions / Camp Life

Student Questions and Words of Advice

Classroom Interview with Koffi Mbairamadji

Classroom Interview with Thu Van Nguyen - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Thu Van Nguyen - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Marie Wittenberg - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Marie Wittenberg - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Lisa Bellanger

Classroom Interview with Gloria Winans

Classroom Interview with Steve Xiong

Classroom Interview with Reverend Albert Gallmon

Classroom Interview with Lawrence Brown - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Lawrence Brown - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Albert Alexander - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Albert Alexander - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Ken Dragseth - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Ken Dragseth - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Shrin Murthy

Classroom Interview with Sharon Ming - Part 1

Classroom Interview with Sharon Ming - Part 2

Classroom Interview with Matheo Balafas

Save Our History!

Thank you for your many contributions on Give to the Max Day.

We can not do this work without you.

Testimonials

My heartfelt thanks to Larry Long and all the voices from which our history continues to generate encouragement, enthusiasm and wisdom.

Arlo Guthrie, Songwriter, Son of Woody Guthrie

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News & Events

Community Celebration of Place is partnering with Little Free Library on Saturday, May 21, in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the first-ever Little Free Library Festival.

Join highly acclaimed author Kent Nerburn and Larry Long, Executive Director of Community Celebration of Palce for an evening of songs, stories and music.

During 2016, it is a primary program of Community Celebration of Place to transfer their collection into archives that will be open to the public for generations to come.