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Bob Sakata

Daniel Blegen

Bob Sakata

American farmer

by Daniel Blegen

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Published by Filter Press in Palmer Lake, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese American farmers,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Biography,
  • Farmers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [96]-98) and index.

    StatementDaniel Blegen
    SeriesA now you know bio -- no. 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS417.S283 B54 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p. :
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24802361M
    ISBN 109780865410930
    LC Control Number2008938508
    OCLC/WorldCa401376070

    1 photograph: digital, tiff file, color. Photo, Print, Drawing Ninety-one-year-old Bob Sakata, a survivor of one of the camps that interned Japanese-Americans during World War II, still farms a burgeoning fruit and vegetable farm near Brighton, in Weld County, Colorado. : 24 x 36 Giclee Print ofNinety-one-year-old Bob Sakata a survivor of one of the camps that interned Japanese-Americans during World War II still farms a burgeoning fruit and vegetab w51 Highsmith: Posters & Prints.

    Date: Location: Denver, ColoradoVideographer: Dana HoshideDensho ID: ddr-densho segmentsNisei male. Born Ap in Alameda, California. Spent childhood in Alameda where family operated acre farm. Removed to . Bob Sakata: American Farmer Author Daniel Blegen brings the story of farmer and businessman Bob Sakata to the Now You Know Bio series. Bob Sakata was born and raised near San Francisco, California. He was relocated along with his family and , other Japanese Americans to internment.

    Photo, Print, Drawing Ninety-one-year-old Bob Sakata, a survivor of one of the camps that interned Japanese-Americans during World War II, still farms a burgeoning fruit and vegetable farm near Brighton, in Weld County, Colorado.   Bob Sakata, the patriarch and founding father of Sakata Farms Inc., Brighton, Colo., grew up in California and first began farming in the Golden State. However, World War II led to his internment in a camp and negated the start of his farming career. After the war ended, Bob Sakata moved to Colorado and started anew.


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"Bob Sakata is a present day hero whose life shows that hard work and determination will result in great accomplishments. His life story will inspire all who read it." Joan Kniss, Colorado Teacher of the Year "It's a fascinating book even for those well beyond elementary school age and makes Sakata's point one can succeed in America if 5/5(1).

Bob Sakata was a little hesitant when a former school teacher approached him about writing a book about his life. Sakata is, most of the time, humble and soft spoken. But that demeanor can change in a hurry when something upsets him or when he gets going on the importance of what America offers and the role agriculture plays in that.

Bob Sakata was a little hesitant when a former school teacher approached him about writing a book about his is, most of the time, humble and soft spoken. But that demeanor can change in a hurry when something upsets him or when he gets going on.

Bob Sakata: American farmer. [Daniel Blegen] -- Profile of one of America's most successful farmers who has operated Sakata Farms near Brighton, Colorado for more thatn sixty years. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Blegen. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages.

Palmer Lake, Colo.: Filter Press, c Physical Desc. pages: ill., maps ; 22 cm. Bob Sakata: American Farmer (Now You Know Bio): : Blegen, Daniel: Libros en idiomas extranjerosReviews: 1. Read Free Ebook Now ?book=PDF Bob Sakata American Farmer.

Bob Sakata: American Farmer (Now You Know Bios) Author: Daniel Blegen Bob Sakata was born and raised near San Francisco, California. He was relocated along with his family andother Japanese Americans to internment camps in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor and entry of the United Staes into World War II.

Bob and Joanna Sakata are renowned for their super sweet corn, but have a much larger story to tell. During World War II, Bob Sakata was held in a relocation camp in Topay, Utah. After his release, Sakata started doing farm chores for Bill Schluter, a Brighton dairyman. InSchluter loaned the Sakatas $6, to purchase 40 acres of farmland.

Bob Sakata still comes to work every day, but his son, Robert – better known as R.T. – is the owner and leader of Sakata Farms and has made a name for himself in his own right. R.T., who received the American Vegetable Grower’s Grower Achievement Award, is widely known as someone who works hard for the good of the agricultural.

Bob Sakata was a little hesitant when a former school teacher approached him about writing a book about his life. Sakata is, most of the time, humble and soft spoken. But that demeanor can change in a hurry when something upsets him or when he gets going on the importance of what America offers and the role agriculture plays in that.

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On many days, Bob Sakata, the year-old family patriarch and founder of the farm, can be found in the Sakata Farms office in a nearby building off Bromley Lane.

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Encontre diversos livros Reviews: 1. Bob Sakata was born near San Francisco, California, in As a teenager inhe was among theJapanese Americans relocated to internment camps during World War II. He overcame poverty, prejudice, and personal hardship to become a successful and innovative farmer.

A younger Robert Sakata, center, with his mother, Joanna, and father, Bob. Photos: Sakata Farms. “Robert’s contributions to Colorado agriculture are matched by very few people and his commitment to advancing and protecting the agriculture industry is recognized by people across the state,” said Colorado Farm Bureau Vice President of.Hosokawa traces personal histories, such as Bob Sakata's journey from internment in a relocation camp to his founding of a prosperous truck farm; the conviction of three sisters for assisting the escape of German POWs; and the years of initiative and determination behind Toshihiro Kizaki's ownership of Sushi Den, a beloved Denver eatery.Industry Icon – Bob Sakata J With management of Sakata Farms in the capable hands of Robert T.

Sakata – or “R.T,” as he’s known in the industry – sinceColorado grower/shipper Bob Sakata has more time to do what he loves.