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It was destroyed in what seems like the blink of an eye. Breakwaters were constructed to protect against strong waves.
I call it ‘Enchanted Island,’” native Charlie Hamasaki remembered.Children attended elementary school at the local public school and attended Japanese school at the Baptist Church.Older children took the ferry over to the high school in San Pedro.“As the sun rises higher and higher,” the columnist Ainsworth wrote of one visit, “the smell of fish becomes almost a tangible cloud.” Fish Harbor was a company town, and everyone’s boss was the sea. Fishermen were even paid once monthly from “dark moon” to “dark moon.” Men, aided by their children, could often be found spreading their intricate fishing nets on the paved main thoroughfare of Terminal Way to dry.Women made extra money drying salted fish on wire racks strung between poles on the roofs of their homes.