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Breaking the silence : redress and Japanese American ethnicity

Author: Yasuko I Takezawa
Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1995.
Series: Anthropology of contemporary issues.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yasuko I Takezawa
ISBN: 0801429854 9780801429859 0801481813 9780801481819
OCLC Number: 30892561
Description: xix, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: One of the oldest living survivors of Japanese American internment --
A grocery store in Japantown in the 1920s --
Furuya Company picnic, 1930 --
Re-creation of the evacuation at the Day of Remembrance, 1978 --
Camp Hermony re-created at Puyallup Fairgrounds, 1978 --
Girls' Day celebration in the late 1930s --
Children on a Train heading for camp, 1942 --
Moving into a camp barracks, 1942 --
Racially mixed school near Beacon Hill, Seattle, around 1972 --
Asian American Movement, Seattle, 1971 --
The staff of Asian Family Affair visits Minidoka, Sansei's birthday party, 1971
Series Title: Anthropology of contemporary issues.
Responsibility: Yasuko I. Takezawa.

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