Itoku Murakami

Itoku Murakami

See Legal History column.
Note: An Itoku Murakami is listed as one of the Japanese-Canadian fishing boat owners whose boat was seized by the Custodian in 1942. According to the fishing boat record for Murakami, he owned a gill-netter worth $800.00. His boat was sold on June 10, 1942, for $260.00 to Nelson Bros. His boat's port of registry was New Westminster, and his address is listed as "Steveston, B.C." As well, the word "force" is written on his record; in community records we are still trying to determine what such an annotation could mean in the context of an uniformly "forced" seizures and sales of boats. Masoka Fukawa has conjectured that force indicates "without the owner's consent." (Apparently, there was some initial cooperation between Japanese Canadian boat owners and the buyers of their boats; as the sales proceeded, the boats were simply taken without owner cooperation.)

Metadata

SurnameMurakami
ForenameItoku
Regularized NameItoku Murakami

Shared Surnames

Murakami
NameSee also
Murakami
A. Murakami
Aiko Murakami
Aiko Murakami
Akira Murakami
Alice Murakami
Asamatsu Murakami
Asamatsu Murakami
Asamatsu Murakami
Asayo Murakami
Asayo Murakami
Atsushi Murakami
Atushi Murakami
B Murakami
Bert Murakami
Bruce Murakami
Emiko Murakami
Emiko Murakami
Fumi Murakami
Fusano Murakami
George Murakami
Gonnosuke Murakami
Hatsue Murakami
Hatsuki Murakami
Hatsuki Murakami
Hatsuki Murakami
Hatsuki Murakami
Hideko Murakami
Hideo Murakami
Hirokazu Murakami
Ichino Yodogawa
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
Itoku Murakami
J S Murakami
Jitsuko Murakami
Josie Murakami
Juji Murakami
K Murakami
Kamematsu Murakami
Kamematsu Murakami
Kaori Murakami
Kaoru Murakami
Kaoru Murakami
Kaoru Murakami
Kaoru Murakami
Kasuko Murakami
Katsugi Murakami
Katsuji Murakami
Katsuko Murakami
Katsunori Murakami
Katsuyori Murakami
Katsuyori Murakami
Katsuyori Murakami
Kazematsu Murakami
Kazuo Murakami
Keiko Murakami
Kimiko Murakami
Kimiko Murakami
Kimiyo Murakami
Kinu Murakami
Kiyoshi Murakami
Kiyoshi Murakami
Kiyoshi Murakami
Koichi Murakami
Kouka Murakami
Kouniye Murakami
Kumanosuke Murakami
M Murakami
Masa Murakami
Masago Murakami
Masaki Murakami
Masao Murakami
Masao Murakami
Masao Murakami
Masao Murakami
Masayoshi Murakami
Masayuki Murakami
Masayuki Murakami
Masayuki Murakami
Matsuno Murakami
Mazawo Murakami
Michiko Konno
Mickey Murakami
Midori Ohama
Mitsue Murakami
Mitsuko Murakami
Mitsura Murakami
Momoju Murakami
Morihei Murakami
Morihei Murakami
Morihei Murakami
Naka Murakami
Namiko Murakami
Otokichi Murakami
Otokichi Murakami
Otokichi Murakami
Otokichi Murakami
Peter Murakami
Philip Murakami
Richard Murakami
Richard Murakami
Rose Murakami
S Murakami
S. Murakami
Sadako Murakami
Samizo Murakami
Samizou Murakami
Satoko Murakami
Satoshi Murakami
Satsuko Murakami
Seki Murakami
Senshou Murakami
Shigeko Murakami
Shigeo Murakami
Shigeru Murakami
Shigeyuki Murakami
Shingo Murakami
Shizue Murakami
Shotaro Murakami
Shotaro Murakami
Shouzou Murakami
Shozo Murakami
Sokichi Murakami
Sueki Murakami
Sueno Murakami
Suki Murakami
T Murakami
Tamotsu Murakami
Tamotsu Murakami
Tanekichi Murakami
Tanekichi Murakami
Taro Murakami
Tomoko Murakami
Toshio Murakami
Toshio Murakami
Toyo Murakami
Tsune Murakami
Tsuneko Murakami
Tsunetaro Murakami
Tsunetaro Murakami
Tsunetaro Murakami
Tsuneyuki Murakami
Umeo Murakami
Violet Murakami
Waichi Murakami
Yaeko Murakami
Yaiko Murakami
Yoshi Murakami
Yoshi Murakami
Yoshi Murakami
Yoshie Murakami
Yoshihei Murakami
Yoshikichi Murakami
Yoshikichi Murakami
Yoshimatsu Murakami
Yoshinori Murakami
Yoshio Murakami
Yoshio Murakami
Yoshio Murakami
Yoshitoku Murakami
Yukie Murakami
Yukimi Murakami
Yukimi Murakami
Yukimi Murakami

Terminology

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