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Only what we could carry : the Japanese American internment experience

作者: Lawson Fusao Inada; California Historical Society.
出版商: Berkeley, Calif. : Heyday Books ; San Francisco, Calif. : California Historical Society, ©2000.
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Personal documents, art, propaganda, and stories express the Japanese American experience in internment camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
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文件類型: 圖書
所有的作者/貢獻者: Lawson Fusao Inada; California Historical Society.
ISBN: 1890771309 9781890771300
OCLC系統控制編碼: 43953877
描述: xxiii, 439 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
内容: The day we left / Ben Iijima --
Editorials in the wake of Pearl Harbor --
Eyewitness to Pearl Harbor / Clay H. Musick --
Pearl Harbor remembered / Kay Uno --
The total community / Ron Dellums --
War comes to the church door / Eleanor Breed --
Can't tell / Nellie Wong --
from I know why the caged bird sings / Maya Angelou --
Photo essay : an uncertain future --
from Desert exile / Yoshiko Uchida --
Letters from a Justice Department camp / Isohei Hatashita --
from Citizen 13660 / Minʹe Okubo --
from Stray clouds / Toyo Kazato --
from Farewell to Manzanar / Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston --
Photo essay : how I spent the war --
A far country : poems from the Arkansas camps --
from To the stars / George Takei --
A teacher at Topaz / Eleanor Gerard Sekerak --
A young Nisei's diary / Stanley Hayami --
Recollections of Heart Mountain / Peter Simpson --
Statement to the Commission / Elaine Black Yoneda --
Insufficient care / Mabel Ota --
Winter night sentry : poems from the Justice Department camps --
from Hawaii end of the rainbow / Kazuo Miyamoto --
Autobiography of an Italian internee / Ezio Pinza --
from Adios to tears / Seiichi Higashide --
A WRA Center lexicon of Japanese American terms --
Yule greetings, friends! / Globularius Schraubi --
The legend of Miss Sasagawara / Hisaye Yamamoto --
One happy family / Toshio Mori --
A thousand stitches / Henry Sugimoto --
A challenge to American sportsmanship / Eleanor Roosevelt --
from The betrayed / Hiroshi Kashiwagi --
Campus report / Lillian Ota --
Preface to No-no boy / John Okada --
from Beyond loyalty / Minoru Kiyota --
Draft resisters at Heart Mountain / Frank Seishi Emi --
Poetic reflections of the Tule Lake internment camp / Violet de Cristoforo --
No flower in vase : poems from Tule Lake --
A Nisei requests repatriation --
Presidential statement / Franklin D. Roosevelt --
from Journey to Washington / Daniel Inouye --
Action from a sergeant's diary / Min Hara --
One replacement's story / Stanley Izumigawa --
Letter to father / George Saito --
from Light one candle / Solly Ganor --
What flower worth the pain.
責任: edited with introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada ; preface by Patricia Wakida ; afterword by William Hohri.

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