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Camila Carido’s early years prepared her well for the adult responsibilities that were thrust upon her. Born in 1910, in the village of Hinundayan, Leyte in the Phillipine Islands, she and three sisters were left behind with their mother, Macaria, when her father emigrated to the U.S. Without a father in the house, mother and children had to fend for themselves in the coastal plains in the island where they lived…
Oral History, Stockton - CA, California, Filipino American, History
Lee, G.. "Carido Family: Camila Carido (Elder)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Filipino American Stories. Oral History 4.
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