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2003.500.4324 Book In Chains of Babylon, Daryl J. Maeda presents a cultural history of Asian American activism in the late 1960s and early 1970s, showing how the movement created the category of 'Asian American' to join Asians of many ethnicities in racial solidarity. Drawing on the Black Power and antiwar movements, Asian American radicals argued that all Asians in the United States should resist assimilation and band together to oppose racism within the country and imperialism abroad. As revealed in Maeda's in-depth work, the Asian American movement contended that people of all Asian ethnicities in the United States shared a common relationship to oppression and exploitation with each other and with other nonwhite peoples. In the early stages of the civil rights era, the possibility of assimilation was held out to Asian Americans under a model minority myth. Maeda insists that it was only in the disruption of that myth for both African Americans and Asian Americans in the 1960s and 1970s that the full Asian American culture and movement he describes could emerge. Maeda challenges accounts of the post-1968 era as hopelessly divisive by examining how racial and cultural identity enabled Asian Americans to see eye-to-eye with and support other groups of color in their campaigns for social justice Chains of Babylon: the Rise of Asian America Maeda, Daryl J. 2009 University of Minnesota Press
2003.500.4325 Spiral-Bound PAAC Cookbook 1996 Pacific Asian American Council
2003.500.4326 Spiral-Bound Our Favorite Recipes: Tested Recipes 1963 Maui Extension Homemakers' Council
2003.500.4327 Spiral-Bound More of Our Favorite Recipes: Sequel to Our Favorite Recipes 1973 Maui Extension Homemakers' Council
2003.500.4328 Spiral-Bound Favorite Recipes: From Our Naris Family Naris Cosmetics
2003.500.4329 Spiral-Bound Everything From Soup to Sushi: A Special Collection of Favorite Recipes 1990 Wesley United Methodist Church
2003.500.433 Book Japan: The Official Guide Tourist Industry Division, Ministry of Transportation 1954 Japan Travel Bureau
2003.500.4330 Book Washington State LeWarne, Charles 1986 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4331 Book Ethnic Looms Jorstad, Caroline 1982 Museum of History and Industry
2003.500.4332 Book The fertile Santa Clara Valley--once called the Valley of Heart's Delight and later Silicon Valley--has long been home to a substantial Chinese population. Like other immigrants, they arrived seeking opportunity and armed with survival instincts and the ability to persevere, but the struggles they faced were unique. From 1866 to 1931, five distinct Chinatowns existed in San Jose, each one devastated by mysterious fires or stifled by unjust laws. Early Chinese in the region labored relentlessly, building railroads and levees and toiling as laundrymen, grocers, cooks, servants, field hands, and factory workers. In the 20th century, new industries replaced agriculture, and an influx of Chinese invigorated the valley with innovative ideas, helping it emerge as a leader in technology. Chinese in San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley Gong-Guy, Lillian 2007 Arcadia Publishing
2003.500.4333 Journal Volume 4, Number 1, May 2008; 4, 2, November 2008; 5, 1, 2009; 5, 2, 2009; 6, 1, 2010; 6, 2, 2010; 7, 1, 2011; 7, 2, 2011; Journal of Chinese Overseas National University of Singapore
2003.500.4334 Book Explains how parents can tell if their children are at risk for depression; how to spot symptoms; depression's link with other problems and its impact on the family; and how to treat it. "Help Me, I'm Sad": Recognizing, Treating, and Preventing Childhood and Adolescent Depression Fassler, David G. 1997 Penguin Books
2003.500.4335 Book A guide to understanding and coping with depression, discussing the different types, how and why the condition begins, how it may be linked to substance abuse or suicide, and how to get help. When Nothing Matters Anymore: A Survival Guide for Depressed Teens Cobain, Bev 1998 Free Spirit Publishing
2003.500.4336 Book Culled from hundreds of submissions from all over the country, these poignant, honest, real, and surprising pieces on being Asian-American address such topics as culture clash, body image, interracial dating, adoption, and stereotypes. Yell-Oh Girls! Nam, Vickie, ed. 2001 HarperCollins
2003.500.4337 Book There is always a moment of shock, of horror - and for any parent, of fear - when a teenager chooses suicide. How could this happen? Didn't his parents know he was so depressed? She was so pretty, such a high achiever - what went wrong? Andrew Slaby, a psychiatrist specializing in depression and crisis intervention, sheds light on these perplexing questions. He presents psychological profiles of eight severely depressed adolescents who either attempted or committed suicide. In reading the teens' journals and talking with their families and friends, he found that the severity of their distress was missed, not because people around them didn't care, but because they didn't know what to look for, what questions to ask, or how to respond effectively. In addition to sharing these families' stories, Dr. Slaby and Lili Frank Garfinkel detail the many manifestations of adolescent depression, describe families' common pathways through the pain of the suicide to survival, and offer guidelines for recognizing and working with suicidal youth. In alerting parents and friends of depressed teens to the factors that may lead to suicide, this book will literally save lives. No One Saw My Pain: Why Teens Kill Themselves Slaby, Andrew 1994 W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.
2003.500.4338 Book After ten years in a refugee camp in Thailand, thirteen-year-old Mai Yang travels to Providence, Rhode Island, where her Americanized cousins introduce her to pizza, shopping, and beer, while her grandmother and new friends keep her connected to her Hmong heritage. Tangled Threads: A Hmong Girl's Story Shea, Pegi Deitz 2003 Houghton Mifflin Company
2003.500.4339 Book Out of the Darkness: Teens Talk about Suicide Crook, Marion 2003 Arsenal Pulp Press
2003.500.434 Book Silk, Japan's Cultural Symbol: Silk in Japanese Traditional Costumes The Japan Silk Association, Inc. 1967 The Japan Silk Association, Inc.
2003.500.4340 Book An anthology on immigrants from India. One story is on the pecking order of immigrants in this country, another is on Indians who returned from America to discover they are foreigners. Sari of the Gods Chandra, G.S. Sharat 1998 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4341 Book Two estranged Vietnamese sisters, each wrestling with their own lives, careers, and romances, are reunited at their father's American citizenship party, and forge a new relationship. Short Girls Nguyen, Bich Minh 2009 Penguin Books
2003.500.4342 Book In The Suicidal Mind, Dr. Shneidman has written a groundbreaking work which brims with insight into the suicidal impulse and with helpful suggestions on how to counteract it. The Suicidal Mind Shneidman, Edwin S. 1996 Oxford University Press
2003.500.4343 Book Provides information about teen suicide, describes the warning signs and the situations in which people are most likely to be at risk, and provides advice and information on how to help people considering suicide. The Power to Prevent Suicide: A Guide for Teens Helping Teens Nelson, Richard E. 2006 Free Spirit Publishing
2003.500.4344 Book A teenager offers an account of her battle against depression, discussing the ailment's debilitating symptoms, her struggle to find the best therapy and proper medication, and the triumph of putting her life back together again. Conquering the Beast Within: How I Fought Depression and Won...And How You Can, Too Irwin, Cait 1998 Random House
2003.500.4345 Book The Unquiet Nisei draws on a collection of oral histories conducted by the author to relate the life story of Sue Kunitomi Embrey, a seminal Japanese-American activist. Diana Meyers Bahr traces Embrey's life from her youth in the Little Tokyo section of Los Angeles, to her grim experiences in the Manzanar World War II internment camp, and her many decades of passionate advocacy on behalf of Japanese American internees. Sue spoke out for more than three decades, bringing this dark chapter of American history into the light of congressional acknowledgment and a presidential apology. Illuminating the narrative is Embrey's passion in her resolute campaign to transform the former desolate internment camp into what is today the remarkable Manzanar National Historic Site. The Unquiet Nisei: An Oral History of the Life of Sue Kunitomi Embrey Bahr, Diana Meyers 2007 St. Martin's Press
2003.500.4346 Book Japanese Film Directors Bock, Audie 1990 Kodansha International
2003.500.4347 Book T'ai-Shang Kan-Ying P'ien: Treatise of the Exalted One on Response and Retribution Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro 1906 The Open Court Publishing Co.
2003.500.4348 Book Colors of Confinement: Rare Kodachrome Photographs of Japanese American Incarceration in World War II Muller, Eric L., ed. 2012 The University of North Carolina Press
2003.500.4349 Book Writing Self, Writing Nation : A Collection of Essays on Dictee by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha Kim, Elaine H., ed. 1994 Third Woman Press
2003.500.435 Book Zen Rock Gardening Moore, Abd al-Hayy 1992 Running Press Book Publishers
2003.500.4350 Book This autobiographical work is the story of several women: Yu Guan Soon, Joan of Arc, Demeter and Persephone, the author's mother Hyung Soon Huo, and the author herself. Deploying a variety of texts, documents and imagery, these women are united by suffering and the transcendance of suffering. Dictee Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung 2001 University of California Press
2003.500.4351 Book Modern Tagalog: Grammatical Explanations and Exercises for Non-native Speakers Ramos, Teresita V. 1990 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4352 Book Cracks in the Parchment Curtain and Other Essays in Philippine History Scott, William Henry 1982 New Day Publishers
2003.500.4353 Book Coming Full Circle: The Process of Decolonization among Post-1965 Filipino Americans Strobel, Leny Mendoza 2001 Giraffe Books
2003.500.4354 Book The author, a young Vietnamese-American man, shares the story of his solo bicycle journey around the Pacific Rim to Vietnam, and discusses his search for cultural identity in the Vietnam of his childhood. Catfish and Mandala: A Two-Wheeled Voyage Through the Landscape and Memory of Vietnam Pham, Andrew X. 1999 Farrar, Straus and Giroux
2003.500.4355 Book Light and Shadow: A 20 Year Journey of American Landscape Wei, Z.Z. 2009 Z.Z. Wei Fine Arts Ltd.
2003.500.4356 Book In Good Conscience: Supporting Japanese Americans During the Internment Seigel, Shizue 2006 AACP, Inc.
2003.500.4357 Booklet Guide to the National Palace Museum 1983 National Palace Museum
2003.500.4358 Booklet Journey of Heroes: The Story of the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team Hayashi, Stacey T. Stacey T. Hayashi
2003.500.4359 Book Kai and the Magic Jacket Campbell, Tricia Chinn 2012 Blissful Thinking Publishing LLC
2003.500.436 Book The Case of General Yamashita Reel, A. Frank 1949 The University of Chicago Press
2003.500.4360 Book Aoki and Arai: Two Pioneering Families of Seattle Mochizuki, Ken 2012 West Coast Printing
2003.500.4361 Spiral-Bound Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs: 1997 Community Resource Directory 1997 Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
2003.500.4362 Spiral-Bound Taking Hold: Combative Sports and Muscular Theater in the Japanese and Korean American Communities of the Pacific Northwest, 1900-1950 Svinth, Joseph R. 1999 Joseph R. Svinth
2003.500.4363 Book The 5th Avenue Theatre of Seattle 1984 Theatre Historical Society
2003.500.4364 Book Japan Today Todd, Kathryn Doi, ed. 1991 Visual Resources Inc.
2003.500.4365 Book The Illustrated Dictionary of the Joseon Royal Culture: Costume 2012 National Palace Museum of Korea
2003.500.4366 Book A woman's search for the world's greatest Chinese restaurant proves that egg rolls are as American as apple pie. The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food Lee, Jennifer 8. 2008 Hachette Book Group
2003.500.4367 Book Seattle's International District: The Making of a Pan-Asian American Community (Second Edition) Chin, Doug 2009 International Examiner Press
2003.500.4368 Book Korean Art Collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, U.S.A. 2012 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.4369 Book Korean Art Collection in the Kyushu Ceramic Museum, Japan 2012 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.437 Book Choose Life: A Dialogue Toynbee, Arnold 1976 Oxford University Press
2003.500.4370 Book Korean Art Collection of The Metropolitan museum of Art, U.S.A. 2012 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.4371 Booklet Dear Shane, I Tried to Kill Myself McGinnis, Jazz 2012 Jazz McGinnis
2003.500.4372 Booklet Friends Make the Best Medicine: A Guide to Creating Community Mental Health Support Networks 2006 The Icarus Project
2003.500.4373 Booklet Stress, Anger, Depression, Anxiety: A Coping Skills Zine 2011 Mind(ful) Liberation Project
2003.500.4374 Booklet Chinatown Poems Crary, Mac 2013 Mac Crary
2003.500.4375 Book The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Concerns of Muslim Minorities in the World Addawood, Abdulmohsin Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia
2003.500.4376 Book The American experience in the Vietnam War has been the subject of a vast body of scholarly work, yet surprisingly little has been written about how the war is remembered by Vietnamese themselves. This title fills this gap in the literature by addressing the subject of history, memory, and commemoration of the Vietnam War in Vietnam. The Country of Memory: Remaking the Past in Late Socialist Vietnam Tai, Hue-Tam Ho 2001 University of California Press
2003.500.4377 Book Khun Chang Khun Phaen is one of the most famous works of old Thai literature and this first-ever translation is based on Prince Damrong's standard edition of 1917-18, with over a hundred passages recovered from earlier versions. The Tale of Khun Chang Khun Phaen Baker, Chris, ed. 2010 Silkworm Books
2003.500.4378 Book Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints: 1900-1975 Merritt, Helen 1995 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4379 Book The Colonel and the Pacifist: Karl Bendetsen, Perry Saito, and the Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II de Nevers, Klancy Clark 2004 The University of Utah Press
2003.500.438 Book Japanese Art Johnes, Raymond 1967 Spring Books
2003.500.4380 Book Sungka and Smiling Irish Eyes Gonzales-Sullaway, Natalie 2003 Natalie Gonzales-Sullaway
2003.500.4381 Book By bringing together a provocative selection of essays and images, Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self addresses the issues of nation, race, and selfhood and how they are depicted in ways that are challenging and informative, prompting readers to consider the impact of photography on our everyday lives. Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self Fusco, Coco, ed. 2003 Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers
2003.500.4382 Book Marketing the Museum McLean, Fiona 1997 Routledge
2003.500.4383 Book Challenging Past and Present: The Metamorphosis of Nineteenth-Century Japanese Art Conant, Ellen P., ed. 2006 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4384 Book Identifies more than 2,500 designs of various formats and themes and demonstrates that Isoda Koryusai broadened the treatment of traditional print subjects. This book assesses Koryusai's significance from the perspective of consumer culture. It is intended for scholars as well as general readers. The Prints of Isoda Koryusai: Floating World Culture and Its Consumers in Eighteenth-Century Japan Hockley, Allen 2003 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4385 Book Presents the arts of Korea from the Neolithic Age through the nineteenth century, including stoneware, celadon, porcelain, and buncheong wares, gold crowns, Buddhist statues, bells, and ewers, and personal ornaments in metal from the National Museum of Korea Treasures from the National Museum of Korea 2007 The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
2003.500.4386 DVD Locked away in the California desert, more than 10,000 Americans of Japanese descent faced an uncertain future at the World War II internment camp at Manzanar. Armed military police, guard towers and barbed wire sent the clear message that they were prisoners in the own country. The manzanar Fishing Club is the uplifting tale of those who sought and found moments of freedom by escaping the camp to fish the surrounding waters of the famed Eastern Sierra The Manzanar Fishing Club Shiozaki, Cory, dir. 2012 From Barbed Wire to Barbed Hooks
2003.500.4387 DVD The Oak Park Story Soe, Valerie, dir. 2010 Center for Asian American Media
2003.500.4388 CD China: Sounds of Our Stories China: Many Faces China: Spirit and Wisdom China: Time to Listen 1998 Ellipsis Arts
2003.500.4389 CD Hawaiian Nisei Songs: A Musical Cocktail of Japanese American Songs in 1950's Hawaii 2000 Cord International/Hana Ola Records
2003.500.439 Book The Grand Canal of China Sun, Zhen, ed. 1984 New China News LTD
2003.500.4390 CD Sharing the Light: Wisdom Tales for the New Millennium 2000 Eth-Noh-Tec
2003.500.4391 CD Moon in the Bucket Fisher, Garrett 2000 16 Visions Records
2003.500.4392 CD Stargazer Fisher, Garrett 2007 16 Visions Records
2003.500.4393 CD Isangmahal Arts Kollective Presents: A Live CD Recording Featuring Omo Alagba and All One Tribe 2000 Isangmahal
2003.500.4394 Tape, Video Describes the process by which Hawai?i was annexed to the United States in 1898. The treaty of annexation was defeated when a petition with more than 37,000 signatures protesting it was presented to Congress. Expansionists were successful in passing a joint resolution of annexation but the constitutional authority for that action is questioned. We Are Who We Were: From Resistance to Affirmation 1998 Na Maka o ka Aina
2003.500.4395 Tape, Video Hing Hay Park Lion Dance #2 1995
2003.500.4396 Tape, Video Justice Betrayed: The Untold Story of Internment of Japanese in Hawaii 1994 Japanese American Citizens League
2003.500.4397 Tape, Video Chinese New Year 1990 Kwang Hwa Mass Communications
2003.500.4398 DVD American Baptist ministry to Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II. A Church Stands with Its People American Baptist Home Mission Societies
2003.500.4399 Journal Volume 5, 2012; Gogung Munhwa (Korean Journal of Palace Museum) National Palace Museum of Korea
2003.500.440 Book Ikebana Sogetsu Flower Arrangement For A Beginner Teshigahara, Sofu Sogetsu-School
2003.500.4400 Spiral-Bound Remembering Our Past, Building Our Future 1997 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2003.500.4401 Book This work looks at the process by which individuals become involved in the arts and attempts to identify ways in which arts institutions can most effectively influence this process. A New Framework for Building Participation in the Arts McCarthy, Kevin F. 2001 RAND
2003.500.4402 Book The Adventures of Mouse Deer: Tales of Indonesia and Malaysia Shepard, Aaron 2005 Skyhook Press
2003.500.4403 Book Monkey: A Superhero Tale of China Shepard, Aaron 2005 Skyhook Press
2003.500.4404 Book Korean Art from the United States 2012 National Museum of Korea
2003.500.4405 Booklet Culturally Competent Perinatal Health Care for Chinese and Mien Refugees: Ethnographic Narratives from Seattle's International District Health Clinic Shiu-Thornton, Sharyne 2001 Sharyne Shiu-Thornton
2003.500.4406 Booklet [Chinese flower arrangement]
2003.500.4407 Booklet [Chinese Altar Decorations]
2003.500.4408 Book "In traditional scholarship, Native Americans have been conspicuously absent from urban history. Indians appear at the time of contact, are involved in fighting or treaties, and then seem to vanish, usually onto reservations. In Native Seattle, Coll Thrush explodes the commonly accepted notion that Indians and cities - and thus Indian and urban histories - are mutually exclusive, that Indians and cities cannot coexist, and that one must necessarily be eclipsed by the other. Native people and places played a vital part in the founding of Seattle and in what the city is today, just as urban changes transformed what it meant to be Native.". "On the urban indigenous frontier of the 1850s, 1860s, and 1870s, Indians were central to town life. Native Americans literally made Seattle possible through their labor and their participation, even as they were made scapegoats for urban disorder. As late as 1880, Seattle was still very much a Native place. Between the 1880s and the 1930s, however, Seattle's urban and Indian histories were transformed as the town turned into a metropolis. Massive changes in the urban environment dramatically affected indigenous people's abilities to survive in traditional places. The movement of many Native people and their material culture to Seattle from all across the region inspired new identities both for the migrants and for the city itself. As boosters, historians, and pioneers tried to explain Seattle's historical trajectory, they told stories about Indians: as hostile enemies, as exotic Others, and as noble symbols of a vanished wilderness. But by the beginning of World War II, a new multitribal urban Native community had begun to take shape in Seattle, even as it was overshadowed by the city's appropriation of Indian images to understand and sell itself.". "After World War II, more changes in the city, combined with the agency of Native people, led to a new visibility and authority for Indians in Seattle. The descendants of Seattle's indigenous peoples capitalized on broader historical revisionism to claim new authority over urban places and narratives. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, Native people have returned to the center of civic life, not as contrived symbols of a whitewashed past but on their own terms. In Seattle, the strands of urban and Indian history have always been intertwined. Including an atlas of indigenous Seattle created with linguist Nile Thompson, Native Seattle is a new kind of urban Indian history, a book with implications that reach far beyond the region."--BOOK JACKET. Native Seattle: Histories From the Crossing -Over Place Thrush, Coll 2007 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4409 Book Discusses Chinese who have immigrated to the United States, their reasons for coming, where they have settled, and how they have contributed to their new country. Chinese Americans Wilson, John 1991 Rourke Corporation Inc.
2003.500.441 Book Teikoku's Complete Atlas of Japan 1977 Teikoku-Shoin Co., Ltd.
2003.500.4410 Book History of Chinese immigration to the United States, and problems facing today's Chinese. Chinese Americans Bandon, Alexandra 1994 Macmillan Publishing Company
2003.500.4411 Book Discusses the history, culture, and religion of the Koreans; factors encouraging their emigration, and their acceptance as an ethnic group in North America. The Korean Americans Lehrer, Brian 1988 Chelsea House Publishers
2003.500.4412 book A book on the special exhibition on ?qipao,? a body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress, as launched by the National Taiwan Museum and the Fu Jen Catholic University. Qipao: Memory, Modernity, and Fashion 2013 National Taiwan Museum
2003.500.4413 Magazine The official publication of the Asian Real Estate Association of America Asian Real Estate Choi, Ivan, ed. Winter 2013
2003.500.4414 book An Anthology of Asian American Writing Incorporating a diverse range of personal essays, stories, critical articles, poems, art, and other work, this anthology seeks to express the truth of our lived realities and to give voice to an Asian America that is frequenlty marginalized by society. Where Are You From? Yu, Larry and Katagiri, Valerie 2012 Thymos
2003.500.4415 book An anthology of poetry written by Foster High School students from the Tukwila School District. Our Book of Unity: Hopes and Dreams of Immigrant Youth The Stories of Arrival Youth Voices Poetry Project, 2012-13 2013 Jack Straw Productions
2003.500.4416 DVD Olson Kundig interview on the renovation of the East Kong Yick Building. Olson Kundig + Wing Luke Museum italiaDesign
2003.500.4417 book War Baby / Love Child examines hybrid Asian American identity through a collection of essays, artworks, and interviews at the intersection of critical mixed race studies and contemporary art. The book pairs artwork and interviews with 19 emerging, mid-career, and established mixed race/mixed heritage Asian American artists, including Li-lan and Kip Fulbeck, with scholarly essays exploring such topics as Vietnamese Amerasians, Korean transracial adoptions, and multiethnic Hawai'i. War Baby/Love Child Kina, Laura & Dariotis, Wei Ming 2013 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4418 book "Jackie has been sick for a week! Her mother has been giving her all the medicine she needs but nothing seems to work. Suddenly, Lola Itang comes to visit. Can Lola Itang's enchanted kitchen restore Jackie's healthy, happy self?" Haluhalo Espesyal Fernandez, Yvette 2006 Adarna House
2003.500.4419 book Introduces toddlers to Indian snack foods known as chaat. Chaat and Sweets Sanger, Amy Wilson 2008 Tricycle Press
2003.500.442 Book Kamakura Museum Kamakura Museum
2003.500.4420 book Gummi Fun - Confections have never been so cute or so crafty! Best selling cook Hisako Ogita returns to the US with her latest book that should tempt tastebuds and tickle funny bones as she combines candy-making with simple crafting and modern decorative design in Gummi Fun. Gummy Fun Ogita, Hisako 2009 Vertical
2003.500.4421 book After a young Chinese American girl opens fortune cookies with her family, she notices that the fortunes seem to come true. Includes brief notes on the history of the fortune cookie. Fortune Cookie Fortunes Lin, Grace 2004 Alfred A. Knopf
2003.500.4422 book Presents background information, related tales, and activities for celebrating five Chinese festivals--Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival, Qing Ming, the Dragon Boat Festival, and the Moon Festival. Moonbeams, dumplings & dragon boats: A Treasury of Chinese Holiday Tales, Activities & Recipes
2003.500.4423 book Aneel and his grandfather, Dada-ji, tell stories, use their imaginations, and make delicious roti, a traditional Indian flatbread. Hot, hot roti for Dada-ji Zia, F. 2011 Lee & Low Books
2003.500.4424 book After chasing the special rice cake, Nian Gao, that their mother has made to celebrate the Chinese New Year, three poor brothers share it with an elderly woman and have their generosity richly rewarded. The runaway rice cake Chang Compestine, Ying 2001 Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
2003.500.4425 book Sugar has left a bloody trail through human history. Cane--not cotton or tobacco--drove the bloody Atlantic slave trade and took the lives of countless Africans who toiled on vast sugar plantations under cruel overseers. And yet the very popularity of sugar gave abolitionists in England the one tool that could finally end the slave trade. This book traces the history of sugar from its origins in New Guinea around 7000 B.C. to its use in the 21st century to produce ethanol. Sugar Changed the World Aronson, Marc and Budhos, Marina 2010 Clarion Books
2003.500.4426 book Pan de Sal is a shy, plain little girl, embarrassed for living in a poor thatched-roof hut and for eating simple foods. She envies Croissant, Muffin and Doughnut, her richer and prettier classmates. One day, the school bus they are riding in has a flat tire, and Pan de Sal saves the day by entertaining her friends and sharing her simple lunch with them--and it turns out that she has no reason to feel ashamed after all! Pan de Sal is the name of the simple, yet ever-popular sweet bun eaten in the Philippines. It is completely unassuming, and yet still beloved by everyone. Pan de Sal saves the day. Pan de Sal Saves the Day: A Filipino Children's Story Olizon-Chikiamco, Norma 2009 Tuttle Publishing
2003.500.4427 book Details the activity of the Catholic Maryknoll organizations in China from 1918-1955. Maryknoll in China: A History, 1918-1955 Wiest, Jean-Paul 1988 M.E. Sharpe
2003.500.4428 Newsletter Vol. 49, No. 2 Bulletin: Chinese HIstorical Society of America Museum
2003.500.4429 book A visitor's guide to Chicago Chinatown's history and architecture. Chinatown in Chicago Bronson, Bennet 2011 Chinese-American Museum of Chicago
2003.500.443 Book Japan Society 1907-1982: 75 years of Partnership across the Pacific Reischauer, Edwin O. 1982 Japan Society
2003.500.4430 Book The Kikuchi Diary; Chronicle From an American Concentration Camp; the Tanforan Journals of Charles Kikuchi Kikuchi, Charles 1993 University of Illinois
2003.500.4431 Book Born in Seattle : The Campaign for Japanese American Redress Shimabukuro, Robert Sadamu 2001 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4432 Video Filmed on location on a small rocky island 10 hours by ferry out of Tokyo Bay, Chihuly invents "burn paintings" by swirling molten glass onto paper. He creates 1,000 fishing floats and stunning sculpture, and visits the last Japanese glass float blower in his factory. Chihuly : Niijima float project 1999 Portland Press
2003.500.4433 book A Century of Puget Sound Nikkei History Mochizuki, Ken 2012 Japanese American Citizen's League
2003.500.4434 book Watashitachi wa tsunagumono 1994
2003.500.4435 Book Japanese American Citizens League : paving the road to opportunity Japanese American Citizens League 2004 Japanese American Citizens League
2003.500.4436 Book Surviving Minidoka : the legacy of WWII Japanese American incarceration Russell Mark Tremayne; Todd A Shallat; Melissa Lavitt Boise, Idaho : Boise State University Publications Office, College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs
2003.500.4437 book A guidebook for the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History, primarily introducing artifacts in the Permanent Exhibition Halls. National Museum of Korean Contemporary History
2003.500.4438 book Travel guide or handbook to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka Boyle, Emma 2009 Kuperard
2003.500.4439 book In 1976, Ivy must choose between participating in a gymnastics tournament and attending a family reunion. Good Luck, Ivy 1976 Yee, Lisa 2007 American Girl Publications
2003.500.444 Book The Art of Japanese Ceramics Mikami, Tsugio 1983 John Weatherhill, Inc.
2003.500.4440 book Explores the life and achievements of fashion designer Vera Wang; covering her privileged childhood in New York and Paris, education, work at "Vogue" and with Ralph Lauren, personal life, bridal business, family, and expansion into other industries. Includes chronology, glossary, and a list of additional resources. Vera Wang Todd, Anne M. 2007 Chelsea House
2003.500.4441 book A comprehensive and sumptuously illustrated book examining the extraordinary range of Chinese dress, against a background of historical, cultural and social change. Chinese Dress: From the Qing Dynasty to the Present Garrett, Valery 2007 Tuttle Publishing
2003.500.4442 book Using a campaign for mayor as an example, shows the steps involved in an election, from the candidate's speeches and rallies, to the voting booth where every vote counts, to the announcement of the winner. Vote! Christelow, Eileen 2003 Clarion Books
2003.500.4443 book Monkeys Kiwi and Pear travel throughout the world, enjoying adventures in faraway places from Kenya to Mount Fuji. Greetings from Kiwi and Pear Wan, Joyce 2009 Blue Apple Books
2003.500.4444 book Malaysian Batik traces the origins of batik, and the materials, methods and motifs of the block-stamped and hand drawn techniques found there. The batiks in this book feature a bolder, freer design than traditional batiks, with a brighter palette, bringing an exciting new dimension to the ancient art of decorating fabric using molten wax, metal stamp and stylus. This lovely book highlights the ways in which Malaysian batik has been transformed into a craft with international appeal. Malaysian Batik : Reinventing a Tradition Yunus, Noor Azlina 2012 Tuttle Publishing
2003.500.4445 book The nyonya kebaya : a century of Straits Chinese costume Endon Mahmood, Datin Seri 2004 Tuttle Publishing
2003.500.4446 book Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Broyles, Bill
2003.500.4447 book In Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp, Teresa Tamura documents one of ten such camps, the Minidoka War Relocation Center in Jerome County, Idaho. Her documentation includes artifacts made in the camp as well as the story of its survivors, uprooted from their homes in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California. The essays are supplemented by 180 black-and-white photographs and interviews that fuse present and past. Tamura began her project after President Bill Clinton designated part of the Minidoka site as the 385th unit of the National Park Service. Her work furthers the tradition of socially inspired documentary photojournalism, illuminating the cultural, sociological, and political significance of Minidoka. Ultimately, her book reminds us of what happens when fear, hysteria, and racial prejudice subvert human rights and shatter human lives. Minidoka : an American concentration camp Tamura, Teresa 2013 Caxton Press
2003.500.4448 book With his friend Charlotte, twelve-year-old William Eng, a Chinese-American boy, escapes from a Seattle orphanage determined to find his mother Willow and discover his connection to the exotic film star. Songs of Willow Frost Ford, Jamie 2013 Ballantine Books
2003.500.4449 book Set in the ethnic neighborhoods of Seattle during World War II and Japanese American internment camps of the era, this debut novel tells the heartwarming story of widower Henry Lee, his father, and his first love Keiko Okabe. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet Ford, Jamie 2009 Ballantine Books
2003.500.445 Book Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art: An Outline History of East Asiatic Design Fenollosa, Ernest F. 1963 Dover Publications, Inc.
2003.500.4450 book After Jin's baby brother, Smiler, drools on a big ball of mud in their neighbour Madalitso's bedroom, the mudball sprouts huge chicken-feet legs and runs off. Jin gives chase, hoping to put everything back together before Madalitso can see they broke her possession, but he loses track of the monster near the Oozeburn, a polluted creek in the centre of London. That's when Jim meets Chief Inspector of Ancient Artifacts A.J. Zauyamakanda - Mizz Z., for short - who has arrived to inspect the mudball and insists that Jin help her find it. But Zilombo, the monster released from the mudball, gains new, frightening powers every time she reawakens. She's cleverer than ever before, and she likes to eat babies. When Frankie, Jin's older sister, gets distracted along the Oozeburn and forgets to watch their baby brother, Smiler is easy pickings for Zilombo! The Monster in the Mudball Gates, S.P. 2013 Lee & Low Books
2003.500.4451 book The roots of free agency: integration and expansion in the baseball world -- A piece of property: the making and meaning of free agency in major league baseball -- Two strikes: star power and solidarity in the United States and Mexico -- On the borders of free agency: Dominican baseball and the rise of the academies -- Constructing Ichiro's home field: Seattle, the Mariners, and the politics of location. Expanding the Strike Zone: Baseball in the Age of Free Agency Gilbert, Daniel A. 2013 University of Massachusetts Press
2003.500.4452 DVD Valor With Honor: an independent feature documentary on the last interviews of Japanese American WW2 vets that served in 442nd Regimental Combat Team. 442nd is the most decorated American unit for its size and length of service in the history of the US Army. Valor With Honor Takeuchi, Burt, dir
2003.500.4453 book Asian Reflections on the American Landscape: Identifying and Interpreting Asian Heritage Joyner, Brian D. 2005 National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
2003.500.4454 dvd The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger follows a group of international adoptees and other women of the Korean Diaspora in their 20s and 30s. A genealogy is created by relating the stories of three generations of women: the former comfort women who were subjected to military sexual slavery by the Japanese military between World War I and II the approximately one million women who have worked as sex-workers around US military bases in South Korea from the nineteen fifties to the present and the around two hundred thousand children who were adopted from South Korea to the West since the nineteen fifties. The film exposes how military and patriarchal violence against women and children became central in geopolitical negotiations between South Korea, the United States, and Japan, and how this part of world history has been systematically silenced, but reverberates in the present moment. The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger Kaisen, Jane Jin and Sondin-Kung Guston, ed. 2010
2003.500.4455 book "Described as 'one of the most vulgar forms of barbarism,' by Rep. John Kasson (R-IA) in 1882, a series of laws passed by the United States Congress between 1879 and 1943 resulted in prohibiting the Chinese as a people from becoming U.S. citizens. Forbidden Citizens recounts this long and shameful legislative history." Forbidden citizens : Chinese exclusion and the U.S. Congress : a legislative history Gold, Martin B. 2012 TheCapitol.Net
2003.500.4456 dvd A film about racism, resistance, and the hidden history of Chinese Americans. The Chinese Gardens Soe, Valerie, dr. 2012
2003.500.4457 book Cherries, Lanterns, and Gates: Japanese and Japanese-American Cultural Gifts in Seattle's Parks Talbert, Paul 2011 The Friends of Seward Park
2003.500.4458 Book Roots and Reflections is a pioneering study of the establishment and growth of the vibrant South Asian communities in the Pacific Northwest. The book unfolds through the voices of individuals who were an integral part of building local communities historically and who continue to shape them today. Roots and Reflections : South Asians in the Pacific Northwest Bhatt, Amy 2013 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4459 book Dizzy in Karachi: A Journey to Pakistan is an intimate account of the author's experience living, working and traveling within a country teeming with contradictions. From the drug soaked parties of the pampered elite to the tranquil beauty of remote mountain villages, from smuggler bazaars on the Khyber Pass to culinary feasts in Lahore, readers will be immersed in a gripping narrative, rich in details and colofrul characters. Dizzy in Karachi Masood, Maliha 2013 Booktrope Editions
2003.500.446 Book Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art: An Outline History of East Asiatic Design Fenollosa, Ernest F. 1963 Dover Publications, Inc.
2003.500.4460 book There is a moment when every child leaves color-blindness behind & enters the world of race consciousness. At that moment, there are two roads parents, educators, & therapists can take: they can follow the status quo, internalizing racial expectations, & become-consciously or unconciously-part of the problem. Or, they can question stereotypes, &, actively work against racism to become part of the solution. This book provides the tools we all need to become part of the solution. Beginning with racial segregation in an integrated school situation, this book explores race relations & the development of racial identity from many different viewpoints. "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?" And Other Conversations About Race Tatum, Beverly Daniel 1997 BasicBooks
2003.500.4461 book Obamistan! Land Without Racism Ayo, Damali 2010 Lawrence Hill Books
2003.500.4462 Book Maps of City and Body: Shedding Light on the Performances of Denise Uyehara Uyehara, Denise 2003 Kaya
2003.500.4463 Book Dragon Ladies : Asian American Feminists Breathe Fire Shah, Sonia 1997 South End Press
2003.500.4464 Book Pearls of Sikhism: Peace Justice and Equality Sikh Missionary Center 2008 Sikh Missionary Center
2003.500.4465 Book When the emperor is imprisoned in a high tower, his smallest daughter, whom he has always ignored, uses her kite to save him. The Emperor and the Kite Yolen, Jane 1967 Philomel Books
2003.500.4466 Book Heartbeat of Struggle : The Revolutionary Life of Yuri Kochiyama Fujino, Diane C. 2005 University of Minnesota Press
2003.500.4467 book Passing it On is the account of an extraordinary Asian American woman who spoke out and fought shoulder-to-shoulder with African Americans, Native Americans, Lastinos, Asian Americans, and Whites for social justice, civil rights, and prisoners and women's rights in the U.S. and internationally for over half a century. Passing It On: A Memoir Kochiyama, Yuri 2004 UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press
2003.500.4468 book Includes all 97 interviews from the book Voices of Ballard, edited by Lynn Moen, with an additional 31 stories culled from interviews conducted between 2009 and 2012. Voices of Ballard and Beyond: Stories of Immigrants and Their Descendants in The Pacific Northwest Strand, Gordon ed. 2012 Nordic Heritage Museum
2003.500.4469 book Modern graffiti-inspired art by Jonathan Wakuda Fischer in the style of traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints. Wakuda Studio: The First Five Years Fischer, Jonathan Wakuda 2012 Blurb
2003.500.447 Book Korean Cultural Potpourri Jeon, Kyu-tae 1987 Seoul International Publishing House
2003.500.4470 book Cyberspace entices us with the promise of an online utopia--a web of fluid identities and infinite possibilities. When we look for signs of freedom online--anywhere from chat room conversations to cyberpunk fiction--we are almost inevitably urged toward "liberation" from our bodies and their "restrictive" attributes like race, gender, and age. But cyberculture critic Lisa Nakamura insists that the Internet is a place where race matters. Cybertypes : race, ethnicity, and identity on the Internet Nakamura, Lisa 2002 Routledge
2003.500.4471 book This fascinating book reveals that Chinese Americans began ?shooting hoops? nearly a century before Chinese superstar Yao Ming turned pro. Drawing on interviews with players and coaches, Outside the Paint takes readers back to San Francisco in the 1930s and 1940s, when young Chinese American men and women developed a new approach to the game?with fast breaks, intricate passing and aggressive defense?that was ahead of its time. Outside the paint : when basketball ruled at the Chinese playground Yep, Kathleen S. 2009 Temple University Press
2003.500.4472 book Portraits from a journey in which sixteen women artists and sixteen homeless and formerly homeless women of Seattle participated. The Women of Mary's Place Marohn, Tina ed. 2008 Tina Marohn
2003.500.4473 book A Japanese language book featuring anti-nuclear artwork, including a piece by Jimmy Mirikitani. Non-Nuclear Art Guide Okamura, Yukinori 2013 Iwanami Shoten
2003.500.4474 book A collection of memoir excerpts written by Filipino Americans. Children of the Morning Dawn and the Midnight Sun Cordova, Timoteo ed. 2009 Filipino American National Historical Society
2003.500.4475 book James Lilley offers a personal look at his life in Asia, beginning with his childhood in Tsingtao China, discussing his thirty years in the CIA in such places as Tokyo and Taiwan, before taking a job with the State Department as a diplomat. China Hands: Nine Decades of Adventure, espionage, and diplomacy in Asia Lilley, James and Jeffrey Lilley 2004 PublicAffairs
2003.500.4476 book A brief overview of the Muckleshoot People. The Muckleshoot People of the Pacific Northwest Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
2003.500.4477 book The author condenses his life's principles into 11 areas. 2 copies Ike's Principles Ikeda, Tsuguo / /07 Ikeda, Tsuguo
2003.500.4478 book Two women from different cultures form a deep friendship that, though severely tested, is never broken. Once Removed Mako Yoshikawa / /03 Bantam Books
2003.500.4479 book "In the heat and clamor of the ancient city of Hyderabad, Layla and her mother, their faces veiled behind chadors, rush through the city's narrow alleys. It is two days before Layla's marriage to a man she hardly knows, and the family is in crisis. Layla has begun to defy the union the family has so carefully arranged for her." "Convinced her daughter must be possessed, Amme forces her to visit an alim, a mystic healer, reputed to see the truth despite his blindness. Whether the alim glimpses the true nature of Layla's demon is unclear. But she soon realizes that she has no choice but to deny the freedoms she has known in America and submit to the marriage. If she doesn't, she will be banished from her family and everything she knows." "Her husband is a handsome, ambitious engineer, and to Layla's surprise, he provides her with exactly what she has yearned for: a home. Yet on their honeymoon in Madras, as the monsoon rains drum ceaselessly down outside, the air in the hotel room suddenly swirls thick with long-buried secrets."--Jacket. Madras on rainy days Samina Ali / /04 Farrar, Straus and Giroux
2003.500.448 Book The Early History of Korea Gardiner, K.J.H. 1969 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4480 book Shunned and mistreated because of her mixed heritage and determined to avoid an arranged marriage, seventeen-year-old Loi runs away to Ho Chi Minh City with the hope that she and the boy she loves will be able to go to the United States to find her American father. Song of the buffalo boy Sherry Garland / /92 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
2003.500.4481 book Perceptions and realities of life in North America are interwoven with memories of South Asia in this unique anthology. Most of the short stories and poems deal explicitly with South Asian American experiences, but from all emerge the evocative themes of love, loss, exile, nostalgia, loneliness, and renewal. A stimulating blend of established new writers, Living in America reflects the diversity and strength of South Asian American literature and illuminates the wide range of South Asian history and traditions and the complexity of cultures that have built the foundation for these expressive and exciting contemporary voices. The book includes both a historical introduction and one exploring South Asian literary traditions and the concept of the collection. The editor has also provided detailed headnotes to place each individual work in context and discuss its literary nuances. Living in America : poetry and fiction by South Asian American writers Roshni Rustomji-Kerns / /95 Westview Press
2003.500.4482 book Drawings with brief comments by the author describe her memories of life in a California internment camp during World War II. Citizen 13660 Mine? Okubo / /83 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4483 book Twelve-year-old Ben Uchida keeps a journal of his experiences as a prisoner in a Japanese internment camp in Mirror Lake, California, during World War II. The journal of Ben Uchida, citizen 13559, Mirror Lake Internment Camp Barry Denenberg / /99 Scholastic Inc.
2003.500.4484 book It is said that in war heaven and earth change places not once, but many times. When Heaven and Earth Changed Places is the haunting memoir of a girl on the verge of womanhood in a world turned upside down. The youngest of six children in a close-knit Buddhist family, Le Ly Hayslip was twelve years old when U.S. helicopters langed in Ky La, her tiny village in central Vietnam. As the government and Viet Cong troops fought in and around Ky La, both sides recruited children as spies and saboteurs. Le Ly was one of those children. Before the age of sixteen, Le Ly had suffered near-starvation, imprisonment, torture, rape, and the deaths of beloved family members-but miraculously held fast to her faith in humanity. And almost twenty years after her escape to Ameica, she was drawn inexorably back to the devastated country and family she left behind. Scenes of this joyous reunion are interwoven with the brutal war years, offering a poignant picture of vietnam, then and now, and of a courageous woman who experienced the true horror of the Vietnam War-and survived to tell her unforgettable story. When heaven and earth changed places Le Ly Hayslip; Jay Wurts / /89 Doubleday
2003.500.4485 book In 1978 six refugees-a girl, her father, and four "uncles"--are pulled from the sea to begin a new life in San Diego. In the child's imagination, the world of itchy dresses and run-down apartments is transmuted into an unearthly realm: she sees everything intensely, hears the distress calls of inanimate objects and waits for her mother to join her. But life loses none of its strangeness when the family is reunited. as the girl grows, her matter-of-fact innocence eddies increasingly around opaque and ghostly traumas: the cataclysm that engulfed her homeland, the memory of a brother who drowned and, most inescapable, her father's hopeless rage for a father's order. The gangster we are all looking for Thi Diem Thu?y Le / /03 Alfred A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House
2003.500.4486 book Sojourners in the north Lily Chow / /96 BC : Caitlin Press
2003.500.4487 book When an old man asks him to pose for a photo, Takashi Arai, a handsome Japanese-American gladly obliges. One day he discovers he has been used as a bait for less good-looking men to entice brides to come over from Japan. The setting is California early in this century. A first novel. Face of a stranger : a novel Yoji Yamaguchi / /95 HarperPerennial, 1996
2003.500.4488 book Silent strength David Mas Masumoto / /85 New Currents International
2003.500.4489 book Can Asians think? Kishore Mahbubani / /98 Times Books International
2003.500.449 Book Practical Bonsai for Beginners Murata, Kenji 1964 Japan Publications Trading Company
2003.500.4490 book Hawaii's prehistory and history appears through the eyes of its natives, missionaries and Asians who came to influence it. Hawaii. James A Michener / /59 Random House
2003.500.4491 book 2 copies Asian American women : issues, concerns, and responsive human and civil rights advocacy Lora Jo Foo; Ford Foundation. 2002 Ford Foundation
2003.500.4492 book Ying-Ying: pieces of a childhood Jeanne Joe 1982 East/West Pub. Co.
2003.500.4493 book Children of the Atomic Bomb is Dr. Yamazaki's account of a lifelong effort to understand and document the impact of nuclear explosions on children, particularly the children conceived but not yet born at the time of the explosions. Assigned in 1949 as Physician in Charge of the United States Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Nagasaki, Yamazaki had served as a combat surgeon at the Battle of the Bulge where he had been captured and held as a prisoner of war by the Germans. In Japan he was confronted with violence of another dimension - the devastating impact of a nuclear blast and the particularly insidious effects of radiation on children. Yamazaki's story is also one of striking juxtapositions, an account of a Japanese-American's encounter with racism, the story of a man who fought for his country while his parents were interned in a concentration camp in Arkansas. Children of the atomic bomb : an American physician's memoir of Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and the Marshall Islands James N Yamazaki; Louis B Fleming 1995 Duke University Press
2003.500.4494 book Miwa's song Fay Chiang 1982 Sunbury Press
2003.500.4495 book The lost years, 1942-1946 Sue Kunitomi Embrey 1972 Moonlight Publications
2003.500.4496 book In A Principled Stand, Gordon's brother James and nephew Lane have brought together his prison diaries and voluminous wartime correspondence to tell the story of Hirabayashi v. United States, the Supreme Court case that in 1943 upheld and on appeal in 1987 vacated his conviction. A Principled Stand adds valuable context to the body of work by legal scholars and historians on the seminal Hirabayashi case. This engaging memoir combines Gordon's accounts with family photographs and archival documents as it takes readers through the series of imprisonments and court battles Gordon endured. A Principled Stand: The Story of Hirabayashi v. United States Hirabayashi, Gordon 2013 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4497 book "In the spring of 1942, the federal government forced West Coast Japanese Americans into detainment camps on suspicion of disloyalty. Two years later, after stripping them of their livelihoods, liberty, and dignity, the government demanded even more by drafting them into the same military that had been guarding them as subversives. Most of these American citizens grudgingly complied with the draft, but several hundred refused and practiced a different sort of American patriotism - the patriotism of protest." "Free to Die for Their Country is the first book to tell the story of the men who rejected the government's demands. Based on years of research and personal interviews with the resisters, their families, and their supporters and detractors, Eric L. Muller's work recreates the welter of emotions and events that followed the arrival of the draft notices in 1944: the untenable situation of the Japanese American men caught between national loyalty and personal indignation; the hypocrisy of the government in asking men to die for their country when it had denied them their rights as citizens; the shoddy trials of the protesters that produced convictions and imprisonment; and the treatment of the resisters by the Japanese American community, who looked upon them as pariahs who were hindering progress toward assimilation."--Jacket. Free to die for their country : the story of the Japanese American draft resisters in World War II Eric L Muller 2001 University of Chicago Press
2003.500.4498 book "In 1942, University of Washington student Gordon Hirabayashi defied the curfew and mass removal of Japanese Americans on the West Coast, and was subsequently convicted and imprisoned as a result. In A Principled Stand, Gordon's brother James and nephew Lane have brought together his prison diaries and voluminous wartime correspondence to tell the story of Hirabayashi v. United States, the Supreme Court case that in 1943 upheld and on appeal in 1987 vacated his conviction. For the first time, the events of the case are told in Gordon's own words. The result is a compelling and intimate story that reveals what motivated him, how he endured, and how his ideals deepened as he fought discrimination and defended his beliefs. A Principled Stand adds valuable context to the body of work by legal scholars and historians on the seminal Hirabayashi case. This engaging memoir combines Gordon's accounts with family photographs and archival documents as it takes readers through the series of imprisonments and court battles Gordon endured. Details such as Gordon's profound religious faith, his roots in student movements of the day, his encounters with inmates in jail, and his daily experiences during imprisonment give texture to his storied life"--Provided by publisher. A principled stand : the story of Hirabayashi v. United States Gordon K Hirabayashi; James A Hirabayashi; Lane Ryo Hirabayashi 2013 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4499 DVD Journey to Washington - On the Trail of Senator Daniel Inouye Japanese-American Pioneer 2013 Fujisankei Communications International
2003.500.450 Book Confucianism and the Modernization of China Krieger, Silke and Rolf Trauzettel, ed. 1991 v. Hase & Koehler Verlang Mainz
2003.500.4500 Book The Two Koreas: On the Road to Reunification? Cumings, Bruce 1991 Foreign Policy Association
2003.500.4501 Book The Dream of Drama Siheung Neumnaegil 2011 Mayor of Siheung
2003.500.4502 Book Camp 1942-1945 Yamamura, Susan (Araki) 2014 SFJ Publishing
2003.500.4503 newspaper March 2014 - March 2015, May 2015 pacific citizen
2003.500.4504 book Spirit and symbol : the Japanese New Year Reiko Mochinaga Brandon; Barbara B Stephan; Honolulu Academy of Arts. 1994 Honolulu Academy of Arts
2003.500.4505 book From servanats in fancy homes to workers in the fields, through earthquakes, riots, a World's Fair, war, and Prohibition--the true story of four young Japances men who ppursued their dreams in the rough and tumble of American history. The four immigrants manga : a Japanese experience in San Francisco, 1904-1924 Henry Yoshitaka Kiyama; Frederik L Schodt 1999 Stone Bridge Press
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