Interview with Tony Bise 6/6/95
Interview with Tony Bise conducted by Chris Conybeare and recorded on June 6, 1995 for the 1946: The Great Hawaiʻi Sugar Strike project. Topics include his family history, being a kid on the plantation, work and pay, becoming a welder, general conditions, cooperation and communication during the strike, Ah Quon McElrath, the closeness of community, changes for the next generation, and realizing the effects of segregation. Includes footage of Mr. Bise's black and white photo in a newspaper article.
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