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|Description:||289 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Japanese settlement in the intermountain west, 1882-1946 / Eric Walz --
Phantom explosives and smoking guns : the White Pine County internment case revisited after redress for Japanese railroad and mine families / Andrew B. Russell --
Censored! : U.S. censors and internment camp mail in World War II / Louis Fiset --
Koreans as interpreters at Japanese enemy alien detention centers during World War II / Hyung-ju Ahn --
Political ideology and participant observation : Nisei social scientists in the evacuation and resettlement study, 1942-1945 / Arthur A. Hansen --
Japanese and Japanese Latin Americans at Idaho's Kooskia internment camp / Priscilla Wegars --
Caregiving in camp : Japanese American women and community health in World War II / Susan L. Smith --
Young women's everyday resistance : Heart Mountain, Wyoming / Susan McKay --
Japanese American women : guilty by race and gender / Kumiko Takahara --
Media influence on local attitudes toward the Heart Mountain Relocation Center / Mike Mackey --
Dislocations : the built environments of Japanese American internment / Lynne Horiuchi --
The loyalty questionnaire / Chizu Omori.
|Other Titles:||Essays on Japanese settlement, internment, and relocation in the Rocky Mountain West|
|Responsibility:||edited and contributions by Mike Mackey.|
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