The Kishi Farm: Japanese Immigrants to Texas


In 1907, committing his own wealth supplemented by large loans, Kichimatsu and several other Japanese families moved to the Terry area of Orange County establishing the Kishi Rice farm on his newly purchased land. The Japanese-American settlers built homes, a church, and the Kishi rice Farm.
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