Event & Performance Schedule
October 20, 2021
Upcountry History Museum
540 Buncombe Street
Greenville, South Carolina
Catherine will share the stories of young Japanese American women who wrote to the President of Mills College from their incarceration camps. These resilient young women write of their new lives behind barbed wire while they strive for a future day of radiant peace.
Karen Korematsu of the Fred Korematsu Institute and Greg Robinson, Professor of American History at the University of Quebec will join Catherine to share their experiences of educating Americans about this dark chapter in American history.
Catherine will recreate life on the homefront and front line through the letters of her mother, Eva Lee, and her Uncle Bill.
The Japan Society of Fairfield County and the James J. Clinton VFW Post 399 present a tribute to Japanese Americans who served during WWII.
The Japan Society of Fairfield County will host Catherine as she chronicles the bravery and resilience of the young Japanese American women of Mills College.
Conversations at Noon at Connecticut’s Old State House “HMT Rohna: The Allies’ Big Secret of WWII and its Connecticut Connection”
Join us for our next Conversations at Noon! Old State House, Hartford, Connecticut Zooming All The Way HMT ROHNA: THE ALLIES' BIG SECRET OF WWII AND THE NUTMEG STATE Tuesday, July 7 at 12:00 pm The Missile Age began on November 26, 1943. On that fateful day, a...
https://www.armyheritage.org/ May 21, 2020 1:00 p.m. EST News from home. News from home. Letters were the lifeline for the servicemen and women during World War II. Join Mary Owen and Catherine Ladnier as they share the letters received by their mothers from Soldiers...