DescriptionIn this "I remember" memoir, Shirley Stotz Pillow recalls her childhood at Seabrook. She remembers building forts in the snow in winter; participating in a Japanese dance with her Japanese friends; and working on school projects with her friends. Many Bridgeton parents warned their children not to ask Japanese children why they had to come to Seabrook. This was because the community wanted the Japanese to feel welcom and to be able to start afresh. The Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center has been soliciting current and past residents of Seabrook Farms for an "I remember" project. Residents are asked to create narratives regarding their experiences at Seabrook Farms. These memories help preserve the history and multi-cultural heritage of Seabrook Farms.