A Hundred Gifts of Thanks
Japan's Gift to Portland
Henry Sakamoto tells the interesting story of how a hundred akebono cherry trees, seen today near the Japanese American Historical Plaza located along the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, became a part of Portland's beautiful city landscaping.
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|Never to Forget: The Japanese American Historical Plaza||Japanese-American History||53 feet|
|The Memorial to Francis Murnane||Worker's History||422 feet|
|The Unstoppable August Erickson||History of Old Town||686 feet|
|The Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center||Japanese-American History||739 feet|
|A Laborer's Retreat||History of Old Town||739 feet|
|Erickson's: Yesterday and Today||History of Old Town||739 feet|
|Southwest Second & Burnside||Worker's History||1003 feet|
|Crimping||History of Old Town||1109 feet|
|Portland's Chinatown Gate||Chinese Immigrants||1214 feet|
|The Meaning of Parking Lots||Chinese Immigrants||1214 feet|