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12020-07-24T12:21:13-04:00Evan Dawley7a40080bd5bb656cee837d5befaa3ea8e7a2ac44353Many of the Japanese settlers in Jilong came from Okinawa Prefecture.plain2021-04-06T19:35:46-04:0026.337249, 127.781806Okinawa PrefectureEvan N. DawleyKandra Polatis4decfc04157f6073c75cc53dcab9d25e87c02133
The Japanese who settled in Jilong came from all over Japan, including Okinawa Prefecture. During the 1920s, settlers who belonged to the Okinawa Residents Association donated cloth for use at the Jilong Shrine.
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