Japanese Captain’s Kin Returns to Sitka

The anniversary of an unusual event in the waters near Sitka was commemorated there on Friday. One hundred years ago, a Japanese hunting vessel had wandered off course and was about to be captured by American authorities. A relative of the ship’s captain was in Sitka on Friday.

Ed Ronco, KCAW – Sitka

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The anniversary of an unusual event in the waters near Sitka was commemorated there on Friday. One hundred years ago, a Japanese hunting vessel had wandered off course and was about to be captured by American authorities. A relative of the ship’s captain was in Sitka on Friday.
Ed Ronco, KCAW – Sitka
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