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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
2003.500.4506 book Portraits of Pride II: Chinese-American Legacies - First 160 Years in America Leung, L.P. ed. Chinese Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
2003.500.4507 book Declarations of the Ibero-American Museum Meetings
2003.500.4508 book Features interviews with nightclub performers, histories of individual clubs and illustrations of memorabilia. Forbidden city U.S.A. Arthur E Dong; Deep Focus Productions.; PBS Video. 2014 DeepFocus Productions
2003.500.4509 book Val Laigo's passion Barbara A Evans 2007 Publish America
2003.500.451 Book China's Gentry: Essays in Rural-Urban Relations Fei, Hsiao-tung 1953 University of Chicago Press
2003.500.4510 Book Airborne Dreams: "Nisei" Stewardesses and Pan American World Airways Christine Reiko Yano 2011 Duke University Press
2003.500.4511 Book Entering Cultural Communities: Diversity and Change in the Nonprofit Arts Diane Grams and Betty Farrell 2008 Rutgers University Press
2003.500.4512 book The arrival of a "cousin" from mainland China, arranged by Mama Wong to serve as a nanny, throws the household of Carnegie Wong, a second-generation Chinese American, his WASP wife Blondie, and their three children into turmoil. The Love Wife Jen, Gish 2004 Knopf
2003.500.4513 book An American couple move to Japan, ostensibly to be near the wife's mother, in fact to save their marriage after his infidelity. He is Scottish, she is half-Japanese and they have four children. The story is narrated by the eldest, Ellen, 10. Namako Watanabe McFerrin, Linda 1998 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4514 book Since the 1930s, Korean American writers have come to maintain an important place in our national literature, publishing some of the most exciting fiction of the twentieth century. The stories in this first anthology of Korean American fiction represent the very best work of these writers, including several pieces published for the first time. Kori: the Beacon Anthology of Korean American Fiction Insu Fenkl, Heinz; Lew, Walter K. 2001 Beacon Press
2003.500.4515 book "Adele 'Addie' Maine is returning to Dire, a Wyoming coal-mining town, forty years after the deadly events that nearly took her life and drove her away without a word to her husband. Years earlier: headed West to stay with her brother Tommy, a young and feisty Addie arrives in Wyoming having been convinced along the way that the Chinese who work alongside the white men in the small Wyoming town are half-man, half-beast-devious creatures to be wary of. When Tommy falters at homesteading, the siblings look to the coal mines and Addie comes into close contact with one Chinese man in particular, Wing Lee. The bond between the two is a mere spark at first, hampered by the reality for both that a friendship would be impossible, forbidden, even in a territory where almost everyone is an immigrant. Together, Addie and Wing harbor a secret. Ultimately Addie must protect Wing's life and fight for what she knows is right, but she still can't find the answers to life's most important questions. It's only as a much older woman, returning to Dire to bid farewell to a friend from decades ago, that Addie comes face-to-face with the man she's certain tried to kill her, and at last confronts the surprises and losses that await at the end of a difficult journey" Take Me Home Leung, Brian 2010 Harper
2003.500.4516 book This anthology of fiction, essays, poetry, and photography explores the transformative experiences that lead individuals to declare new forms of belonging in North America. The contributors reveal multiple ways of "feeling at home". Contours of the Heart Maira, Sunarina; Srikanth, Rajini 1996 Rutgers University Press
2003.500.4517 book A Chinese-American girl's return home from university. As she takes up residence at the back of the family laundry in New York, Ruby Lee realizes her college education has changed her perception. Some things which she disliked, she now likes, and vice versa. Eating Chinese Food Naked Ng, Mei 1998 Scribner
2003.500.4518 book "In 1992 the U.S. media was treated to "conflict" between blacks and Asians during the Los Angeles uprising. The event crystallized white-supremacist stereotypes of blacks as the "problem" minority and Asians as the "model."". Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting Prashad, Vijay 2001 Beacon Press
2003.500.4519 book In World War II, two spirited widows obtain the release of a California horticulturist from an internment camp for Japanese-Americans in the hope that he will turn their barren land in Massachusetts into a farm. The man, a widower himself, becomes a reluctant participant in an impromptu family. What the Scarecrow Said Ikeda, Stewart David 1996 Regan Books
2003.500.4520 book What happens when a slick city magazine and a literary journal join forces? This book, published by one of Hawai'i's foremost literary journals, features stories from the HONOLULU Magazine Fiction Contest. For the last 16 years, HONOLULU Magazine has sponsored a yearly contest for short stories that reflect Hawai'i in setting, characters, and theme. The prizes have been generous. And the response great. The contest has done what it was designed to do, encourage the best local writing. The Best of Honolulu Fiction Chock, Eric Edward; Lum Darrell H Y 1999 Bamboo Rudge Press
2003.500.4521 book Emi-Lou struggles to come of age in her middle school years in Hawaii. Name Me Nobody Yamanaka, Lois-Ann 1999 Hypherion
2003.500.4522 book Sometimes funny, sometimes scandalous, always compelling, this extraordinary first novel chronicles the women of the Wong family from frontier railroad camps to modern-day Vancouver. As past sins and inborn strengths are passed on from mother to daughter to granddaughter, each generation confronts, in its own way, the same problems ? isolation, racism, and the clash of cultures. Moving effortlessly between past and present, between North America and China, Sky Lee weaves fiction and historical fact into a memorable and moving picture of a people?s struggle for identity. Disappearing Moon Cafe Lee, Sky 1991 Seal Press
2003.500.4523 book An elderly Japanese woman in Ontario investigates the murder of a married woman, also Japanese, who was having an affair with a white man. Part mystery, part story of the Japanese in Canada. A first novel. The Electrical Fields Sakamoto, Kerri 1999 W.W. Norton
2003.500.4524 book From a hospital bed a dying man unfolds the tale of an arduous life on the fringes of a Hawai'i sugar plantation in the 1920s. There Kim Sung Wha -- laborer, patriot, revolutionary, aviator -- envisioned building an airplane from ricepaper, bamboo, and the scrap parts of a broken-down bicycle, an airplane that would carry him back to his Korean homeland and to his wife and children. From the start Sung Wha's dream is destined to fail, but this work is the story of a man who dares to life past the wreckage of shattered visions. The Ricepaper Airplane Pak, Gary 1998 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4525 book Part memoir, part Japanese American family chronicle, part luminous work of natural history, Volcano tells what happened when Hongo returned to his birthplace in Hawai'i, as a young man, to reclaim its dreamlike landscape and his own elusive past. A magnificant evocation of heritage and place. Volcano Hongo, Garrett 1995 A.A. Knopf
2003.500.4526 book Working as an interpreter for the New York City court system, Korean-American Suzy Park makes a startling discovery that casts doubt on the facts surrounding her greengrocer parents' murders five years earlier. The Interpreter Kim, Suki 2003 Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
2003.500.4527 book American Studies Asia De La Salle University Press 2002 De La Salle University Press
2003.500.4528 book Asian American Voices Coffee House Press 1994 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4529 book Employs contemporary and traditional readings of representative works of prose, poetry, and drama to establish the ongoing significance of these works to the American literary canon. Recovered legacies : authority and identity in early Asian American literature Lawrence, Keith; Cheung, Floyd 2005 Temple University Press
2003.500.453 Book A Guide for Helping Refugees Adjust to Their New Life in the United States Center for Applied Linguistics 1981 Center for Applied Linguistics
2003.500.4530 book With different histories, cultures, languages, and separate identities, most Americans of Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, and Vietnamese origin are lumped together and viewed by other Americans simply as Asian Americans. Since the mid-1960s however, these different Asian American groups have come together to promote and protect both their individual and their united interests. The first book to examine this particular subject, Asian American Panethnicity is a highly detailed case study of how, and with what success, diverse national-origin groups can come together as a new, enlarged panethnic group. Yen Le Espiritu believes tensions exist within the Asian community and between the Asian community and outsiders and she seeks to explain both. She discusses how Asian American panethnicity was able to develop only after the myriad groups of immigrants had children who were born in the United States. No longer separated by old world political conflicts, languages, and customs, these younger Asian Americans could see the political necessity and social advantages of uniting and speaking with one voice. However, the influx of the post-1965 Asian immigrants and refugees has exacerbated intergroup divisions, making it difficult to unite. The author, a Vietnamese American married to a Filipino American, explores the construction of large-scale affiliations, in which previously unrelated groups submerge their differences and assume a common identity. Making use of extensive interviews and statistical data, she examines how Asian panethnicity protects the rights and interests of all Asian American groups, including those, like the Vietnamese and Cambodians, who are less powerful and prominent than the Chinese and Japanese. By citing specific examples--educational discrimination, legal redress, anti-Asian violence, the development of Asian American Studies programs, social services, and affirmative action--the author demonstrates how Asian Americans came to understand that only by cooperating with each other would they succeed in fighting the racism they all faced. Asian American Panethnicity: bridging institutions and identities Espiritu, Yen Le 1992 Temple University Press
2003.500.4531 book Woman, Native, Other is located at the junction of a number of different fields and disciplines, and it genuinely succeeds in publishing the boundaries of these disciplines further [...] In this first full-length study, Trinh Minh-ha examines post-colonial processes of displacement -- cultural hybridization and decentered realities, fragmented selves and multiple identities, marginal voices and languages of rupture. Working at the intersection of several fields -- women's studies, anthropology, critical cultural studies, literary criticism, and feminist theory, she juxtaposes numerous prevailing contemporary discourses in a form that questions the (male-is-norm) literary and theoretical establishment. Woman Native Other Minh-ha, Trinh T. 1989 Indiana University Press
2003.500.4532 book Demonstrates that Asian American male and female writers engage different strategies in the struggle to adapt, reflecting their particular, gender-based relationships to immigration, work, and cultural representation. Assimilating Asians: gendered strategies of authorship in Asian America Chu, Patricia P. 2000 Duke University Press
2003.500.4533 book Moonrabbit review : Asian Pacific American voices Moonrabbit Review Inc 1995 Moonrabbit Review Inc
2003.500.4534 book Asian American women : issues, concerns, and responsive human and civil rights advocacy Ford Foundation 2002 Ford Foundation
2003.500.4535 Journal Vol. 8 #2 2000; Vol. 9 #1 2001; Vol. 9 #2 2001 Positions : East Asia cultures critique Duke University Press Duke University Press
2003.500.4536 journal Vol. 5 #2 1996; Vol. 6 #1 1997 The Asian Pacific American journal Asian American Writers Workshop Asian American Writers Workshop
2003.500.4537 Journal Vol. 1 #1 1993; Vol. 1 #2 1994; Vol. 2 #1 1994; Vol. 2 #2 1995; Critical Mass: Journal of Asian American Culteral Criticism University of California at Berkeley University of California at Berkeley
2003.500.4538 Journal Vol. 3 #2 1997; Vol. 4 #1 1996; Vol 4 #2 1997; Vol. 5 #1 1998; Vol. 5 #2 1998 Hitting Critical Mass University of California at Berkeley University of California at Berkeley
2003.500.4539 book Nineteenth-century Muslim peddlers arrived at Ellis Island, bags heavy with embroidered silks from their villages in Bengal. Demand for "Oriental goods" took these migrants on a curious path, from New Jersey's boardwalks into the segregated South. Bald's history reveals cross-racial affinities below the surface of early twentieth-century America. Bengali Harlem and the lost histories of South Asian America Vivek Bald 2013 Harvard University Press
2003.500.454 Book A Race Of Green Ginger Mackenzie-Grieve, Averil 1959 Putnam
2003.500.4540 book Offering a rich and insightful road map of Asian American history as it has evolved over more than 200 years, this book marks the first systematic attempt to take stock of this field of study. It examines, comments, and questions the changing assumptions and contexts underlying the experiences and contributions of an incredibly diverse population of Americans. Arriving and settling in this nation as early as the 1790s, with American-born generations stretching back more than a century, Asian Americans have become an integral part of the American experience; this cleverly organized book marks the trajectory of that journey, offering researchers invaluable information and interpretation. The Columbia guide to Asian American history Gary Y Okihiro 2001 Columbia University Press
2003.500.4541 book A book about why history matters. It shows how popularized historical images and narratives deeply influence Americans' understanding of their collective past. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory Mike Wallace 1996 Temple University Press
2003.500.4542 book n the late nineteenth century the borderlands between the United States, the British Empire in Canada, and the Asia-Pacific Rim emerged as a crossroads of the Pacific world. In Pacific Connections, Kornel Chang tells the dramatic stories of the laborers, merchants, smugglers, and activists who crossed these borders into the twentieth century, and the American and British empire-builders who countered them by hardening racial and national lines. But even as settler societies attempted to control the processes of imperial integration, their project fractured under its contradictions. Migrant workers and radical activists pursued a transnational politics through the very networks that made empire possible. Charting the U.S.-Canadian borderlands from above and below, Pacific Connections reveals the messiness of imperial formation and the struggles it spawned from multiple locations and through different actors across the Pacific world. Pacific connections : the making of the U.S.-Canadian borderlands Kornel S Chang 2012 University of California Press
2003.500.4543 book How the interests of Seattle and Japanese Americans were linked in the processes of urban boosterism before World War II. Claiming the oriental gateway : prewar Seattle and Japanese America Shelley Sang-Hee Lee 2011 Temple University Press
2003.500.4544 book Extremely rare book with extremely rare pictures of Bruce Lee. Beautifully done in full color and large pictures that must be seen to be appreciated. also personal handwritten notes by Bruce's brother and sister and family members, since his childhood. Pictures, large full page and extremely clear, of Bruce's writtings in Chinese and his commentaries. Lee Siu Loong: Memories of the Dragon Pheobe Lee, Robert Lee, Agnes Lee, Peter Lee 2004 Bruce Lee Club
2003.500.4545 book It was in Seattle, Washington, where Bruce Lee met a man by the name of Taky Kimura. Taky would not only become one of Bruce's top instructors in the Jun Fan method of Martial Arts, but he would also become Bruce's closest friend and confidant. In this special book, you get a rare insight into a close friendship Bruce Lee and Taky Kimura shared through the letters and personal notes written by the "Little Dragon." These letters touched on everything from Martial Arts technique and philosophy, to Bruce Lee's accomplishments within the world of television and film industry. Above all, the letters in this book express the care and appreciation for a man Bruce Lee called his "best friend." Regards from the Dragon - Seattle Kimura, Taky 2009 Empire Books
2003.500.4546 book When you hear the name Bruce Lee, no matter what you know about the man behind the legend, you instantly think of confidence, power, grace, style, and cool. He was more than just an action star: he embodied speed, strength, and charisma. He had an energy that ignited and inspired people all around the world, and he was famous for his physical as well as mental prowess. Bruce Lee was responsible for bringing Asian martial arts into the mainstream with his hugely popular movies. Through his own extraordinary, singular outlook, Lee even created his own martial art, Jeet Kune Do. In his wake, after his sudden and untimely passing in his early thirties, a chain of profound philosophical musings were left behind that are still relevant today. Bruce Lee is remembered not only as the martial artist who inspired people to better themselves physically and mentally but also as an actor, a writer, a director, a teacher, and a philosopher. Authorized by Bruce Lee Enterprises (bruce lee dot com), The Treasures of Bruce Lee tells this unique mans story--his aspirations, his family life, his passion for martial arts--as never before, through painstaking research, never-before-seen memorabilia, and rare, unpublished photographs. It includes 5 posters and 15 removable facsimile items from the Bruce Lee Archives, including and written poems, membership cards, and Lee's illustrations and notes on all aspects of martial arts. The Treasures of Bruce Lee: The Official Story of the Legendary Martial Artist Bowman, Paul 2013 Applause Theatre & Cinema Books
2003.500.4547 book Tracing Bruce Lee s path from wing chun student to jeet kune do founder, this biography chronicles Lee s physical journey from Hong Kong to Seattle to Oakland to Los Angeles and back again to Hong Kong as well as his voyage of self-discovery and actualization. The book draws on numerous conversations with Bruce Lee s childhood classmates, former students, and family friends, offering a unique insight into the life of the legendary martial artist. It also offers a wealth of rare and unique photos, letters, and personal writings courtesy of Lee s wife, Linda Lee Cadwell, and his daughter Shannon. As they learn about his progression in martial arts techniques and training methods, readers will also discover how Bruce Lee s personal philosophy of continuously adapting to the changing conditions of the moment can be applied to life. Bruce Lee: The Evolution of a Martial Artist Gong, Tommy 2013 Black Belt Books
2003.500.4548 Newsletter A "Bridge" to Japanese and Japanese American Arts & Culture. The newsletter of the JCCCW. #16 - Fall/Winter 2012-2013 Kakehashi Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington
2003.500.4549 Newsletter The newsletter of the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre, of Canada. Nikkei Images Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
2003.500.455 Book The Art of the Chrysanthemum: Japanese Techniques for Creating Bonsai, Cascades, Giants, and Other Potted Styles Nakajima, Tameji and H. Carl Young 1965 John Weatherhill, Inc.
2003.500.4550 Newsletter 2013 Annual Report Connecting Washington Talking Book & Braille Library
2003.500.4551 Book Dissertation - for staff use only Seattle Japanese American artists Kenjiro Nomura, Kamekichi Tokita, Takuichi Fujii Knowing Your Place: Issei Artists in Seattle, Kenjiro Nomura, Kamekichi Tokita, and Takuichi Fujii Johns, Barbara 2014 UMI Dissertation Services
2003.500.4552 book Johsel Namkung: A Retrospective Cosgrove Editions
2003.500.4554 Book Strangers Before the Bench: a historical novel Hecker, David 2014 Crab Walk Press
2003.500.4555 book Detained is a comic book that explores immigrant detention centers in Washington State. Each side of the book is a continuous panorama depicting the interior of Seattle's former INS building and the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma. The book follows Gabriela Cubillos and Many Uch, two immigrants who were held in these facilities while facing deportation. Detained Franklin, Eroyn 2011
2003.500.4556 Book One Thousdand Days in Siberia The Odyssey of a Japanese-American POW Sano, Iwao Peter 1997 University of Nebraska Press
2003.500.4557 Book At 1:43 a.m., March 1, 1910, a wall of snow descended on two Great Northern Railway trains stalled in the town of Wellington, Washington. Ninety-six people died in a single moment. To this day, the Wellington Slide remains North America's worst avalanche disaster. Although other accounts of this monumental event exist, none are told entirely from the perspective of the railroad men who battled the week-long blizzard leading up to the tragedy. Vis Major gives voice to those men. Vis Major: Railroad Men, and Act of God-White Death at Wellington Burwash, Martin 2009 iUniverse, Inc.
2003.500.4558 Book Korean American Identities: A Look Forward Kim, Hyojoung 2002 The OCSL Press at the University of Michigan
2003.500.4559 book Oral Histories from the Filipino American Oral History Project of Michigan. The book examines three Filipina American women, Tomasa Balberona, Rosalina Regala, and Isabel Galura, as they recount the challenges they faced after moving to the U.S. from the Philippines. Filipino Women in Detroit: 1945-1955 Galura, Joseph and Emily P. Lawsin
2003.500.456 Book Introducing Korea: Historical Legacy, Acts of Creation, Way of Life, Food and Games, Discovering Korea Hyun, Peter, ed. 1987 Jungwoo-sa
2003.500.4560 book Saigon fell to the Viet Cong on April 30, 1975. Kien Nguyen was there. He watched the last U.S. Army helicopter leave without him, without his brother, without his mother, without his grandparents. Told with stark and poetic brilliance, this is a story of survival, a story of hope--a moving and personal recorded of a tumultuous and important piece of history. The Unwanted: A Memoir of Childhood Nguyen, Kien 2001 Little Brown
2003.500.4561 book The story of a middle-class family in Calcutta. A House Full of People Basu, Romen 1968 Paragon Book Gallery
2003.500.4562 book These words to a simple child's game brought from Japan and made local, the property of all of Hawaii's people, symbolize the cultural transformation experienced by Hawaii's Japanese. It is the story of this experience that Dennis Ogawa tells so well here. Jan Ken Po: The World of Hawaii's Japanese Americans Ogawa, Dennis M. 1973 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4563 book "Miss Sophie's Diary", by one of China's best-known writers, created a sensation when first published in 1928 for the frank portrayal of a young woman's ideals and emotions in conflict. Other stories in this book by the same author deal with Shanghai in the 1930s and the harsh realities of rural life then and in the base areas during the war against Japan. Miss Sophie's Diary Ling, Ding 1985 Chinese Literature
2003.500.4564 book An intimate look at the life of an ordinary Japanese woman at the close of the twentieth century. The Secrets of Mariko: A Year in the Life of a Japanese Woman and her Family Bumiller, Elisabeth 1995 Times Books
2003.500.4565 book Set in rural Japan at the time of the bubble economy, the book tells of a farming village affected by corruption, greed and urbanization. Distant Thunder Tatematsu, Wahei 1999 Charles E. Tuttle
2003.500.4566 book Twenty stories by India's most distinguished writers -- Rabindranath Tagore, Sarat Chandra Chatterjee, C. Rajagopalachari, Prem Chand, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Raja Rao, P.B. Bhave, Krishan Chandar, Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, Khushwant Singh, Palagummi Padmaraju, Santha Rama Rau. Tales From Modern India Natwar-Singh, K. 1966 Macmillan
2003.500.4567 book A novel about Japan and the aftermath of the American Occupation The Journey Osaragi, Jiro 1960 Knopf
2003.500.4568 book The author describes being caught between the Japanese culture of her childhood and the American ways of her adulthood in the Midwest. Polite Lies: on being a woman caught between cultures Mori, Kyoko 1997 Henry Holt & Co.
2003.500.4569 dvd Stories From Tohoku examines stories of inner strength and resilience, grace and acceptance, differences between East and West, and the enduring bonds between the people of Japan and Americans of Japanese ancestry. Set against the backdrop of Japan's recovery and rebuilding following the March 2011 tragic earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster, it is an inspiring tribute to the human spirit. Stories From Tohoku Fukami, Dianne and Eli Olson, Dir.
2003.500.457 Book Traditional Korea A Cultural History Joe, Wanne J. 1972 Chung'ang University Press
2003.500.4570 book The best of the 8th Deaf History International Conference, members of international Deaf communities around the world relate their own autobiographies as well as the biographies of historical Deaf individuals in this engrossing collection. Telling Deaf Lives: Agents of Change Snoddon, Kristin, Ed. 2014 Gallaudet University Press
2003.500.4571 book Using images from the University of Washington, MOHAI, the Daily Olympian, and local archives, Kainber has painted this vivid portrait of Olympia High School's century of prestigious history. This work is the most comprehensive study of the history of Olympia High School to date. Olympia High School Kainber, Jim 2007 Arcadia Pub.
2003.500.4572 book Asian Roots / American Reality: Photos by Corky Lee showcases the work of New York-based photojournalist, Corky Lee who is widely known as the most prolific photographer documenting the APIA experience. Flip side: Picture This! My Life, your Life, Our Lives: Photographs by Youths from San Gabriel Valley Asian Roots / American Reality: Photos by Corky Lee Lee, Corky 2009 Chinese American Museum
2003.500.4573 book Features more than 200 objects representing the masterful artistry and design traditions of twenty Alaska Native peoples. Living our cultures, sharing our heritage : the first peoples of Alaska Crowell, Aron 2010 Smithsonian Books
2003.500.4574 book Water to Paper, Paint to Sky is the first comprehensive retrospective of America?s oldest living artist Tyrus Wong, whose groundbreaking work on Walt Disney?s classic animation film Bambi influenced a generation of leading animators, including John Lasseter, Pete Docter, and Don Hahn. Tyrus Wong?s ability to evoke powerful feeling in his art with simple gestural compositions continues to inspire each new generation of artists, and his influence can still be seen in movies today. Water to paper, paint to sky : the art of Tyrus Wong Labrie, Michael 2013 The Walt Disney Family Foundation Press
2003.500.4575 book A project of the Channing and Papai Liem Education Foundation and the Korean American Memories of the Korean War Oral History Project, Boston College." "This publication is issued in conjunction with Still present pasts, a multimedia, multidisciplinary exhibit about the legacies of war Still present pasts : Korean Americans and the "forgotten war" Liem, Ramsay; Jeon, Seung-Hee 2005 Still Present Pasts
2003.500.4576 book Voices of the Community: The West Seattle Cultural Trail Feddersen, Joe, Donald Fels, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, and Gail Tremblay 2001 Seattle Art Commission
2003.500.4577 book A catalogue of the works of illustrator Yoshitaro Isaka, who rose to prominence in advertising during postwar-Japan. Pero: The Works of Yoshitaro Isaka Tanaka, Ikko and Koike Kazuko, Ed. 1983 PARCO
2003.500.4578 book A Shared Authority Frisch, MIchael 1990 State University of New York Press
2003.500.4579 book Recording Oral History: A Guide for the Humanities and Social Sciences Yow, Valerie Raleigh 2005 AltaMira Press
2003.500.458 Book Self published book of the art of Mei-hui Lu. Chinese ink and western oils. Art World of Mei-hui Lu Lu, Mei-hui 2000 Mei-hui Lu
2003.500.4580 Book 86-year-old author Mary Matsuda Gruenewald has distilled her lifetime of wisdom into ten stories, each one conveying an essential life lesson. Each chapter is a story from the author's life and how she learned the specific life lesson connected to each story. Becoming Mama-san: 80 Years of Wisdom Gruenewald, Mary Matsuda 2012 NewSage Press
2003.500.4581 book By the 1920s and 1930s, a vibrant Filipina/o American society had developed in Seattle, creating a culture whose members, including some who were not of Filipina/o descent, chose to pursue options in the U.S. or in the Philippines. Fujita-Rony also shows how racism against Filipina/o Americans led to constant mobility into and out of Seattle, making it a center of a thriving ethnic community in which only some remained permanently, given its limited possibilities for employment. American workers, colonial power : Philippine Seattle and the Transpacific West, 1919-1941 Fujita-Rony, Dorothy B. 2003 University of California Press
2003.500.4582 book Like the canaries that alerted miners to a poisonous atmosphere, issues of race point to underlying problems in society that ultimately affect everyone, not just minorities. The Miner's Canary Guinier, Lani; Torres, Gerald 2003 Harvard University Press
2003.500.4583 book A complex tale about the dislocation and transformation that arise in the face of a meeting of cultures: the Puritan American and the Mughal Indian. The Holder of the World Mukherjee. Bharati 1993 Knopf
2003.500.4584 book After the Korean War, three young people--Hyung Jin, a girl disowned by her parents; Sookie, a teenage prostitute; and Lobetto, a lost boy who pimps for neighborhood girls--desperately long to come to America and start a new life. Fox Girl Okja Keller, Nora 2002 Viking
2003.500.4585 book A Japanese-American college student tries to create a normal life for herself in 2052 Los Angeles--a place where water is rationed, disease flourishes, corruption is the rule, and survival takes precedence over everything else. In the Heart of the Valley of Love Kadohata, Cynthia 1992 Viking
2003.500.4586 book Mira Kannadical returns to India after graduate school in England to teach, but when she moves into a house on Nampally road in Hyderabad, she must come to terms with the conflicts and contradictions of life in modern India. Nampally Road Alexander, Meena 1991 Mercury House
2003.500.4587 book In Waves, the poet Bei Dao turns to fiction, recording the painful years of the Cultural Revolution and its aftermath. Avoiding polemics, his attention is on individuals swept up in the turbulent political tides of contemporary China. Waves Dao, Bei 1990 New York
2003.500.4588 book Returning home to the Idaho potato farm she fled twenty-five years earlier, Yumi struggles with her father's terminal illness, her mother's Alzheimer's, her former best friend, and a former lover who once offended the town. All Over Creation Ozeki, Ruth 2003 Viking
2003.500.4589 book The story of three Japanese women and their loves. One is a Japanese-American university student in New York, the second is her divorced mother and the third is the grandmother, a retired geisha. A tale of Japanese-American identity and a debut in fiction. One Hundred and One Ways Yoshikawa, Mako 1999 Bantam Books
2003.500.459 Booklet Miyoko Ito, Mistress of the Sea: A Survey of Early Works from the Estate of Miyoko Ito (1918-1983) Ito, Miyoko 2000 Thomas McCormick Gallery
2003.500.4590 book What happened to Americans of Japanese ancestry during World War II. A picture story of the lives of families who survived America's concentration camps. The Minidoka story : what happened to Americans of Japanese ancestry during World War II : a picture story of the lives of families who survived America's concentration camps Ichikawa, Sat 2009 Seattle NVC Foundation
2003.500.4591 newsletter Issue #39 Minipaku Anthropology Newsletter
2003.500.4592 book Over 5,000 entries Concise, easy-to-use format Common-sense phonetic pronunciations For travelers, students and businesspeople Completely modern and up-to-date Pilipino - English / English - Pilipino Dictionary Bickford, Sam; Bickford, Angelina 1998 Hippocrene Books
2003.500.4593 book Over 25,000 entries to modern scientific terminology from English to Vietnamese. Each entry gives part of speech of the English word and brief translation of the word into Vietnamese. English-Vietnamese scientific dictionary / Anh Viet Khoa-hoc Tu Dien Van Thuong Le 1981 Rong Tien
2003.500.4594 book Tu Dien Y Hoc Anh Viet / English - Vietnmese Medical Dictionary Ngoc Tri Pham 1996 Y Hoc
2003.500.4595 book Tu Dien Anh Viet / English - Vietnamese Pocket Dictionary 2000 Nha Xuat Ban Tu Dien Bach Khoa
2003.500.4596 book Tu Dien Viet Anh / Vietnamese - English Dictionary Bui, Phung; Nguyen, Trong Bau 2002 Nha Xuat Ban Tu Dien Bach Khoa
2003.500.4597 book Tu Dien Toan Hoc Anh Viet / English-Vietnamese mathematics dictionary Luu Vu Dinh 1982 Hodja Educational Co-operative
2003.500.4598 book As Mina's father tells her about the city where she was born, with words as vivid as the glowing watercolors that accompany his description, Tokyo unfolds to fill the dreams of children and their parents too! Bilingual - English / Japanese T is for Tokyo Akio, Irene 2010 ThingsAsian Press
2003.500.4599 book Details what happened to the people of Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge took over the country in 1975. A true story of Seng Kok Ung. I Survived the Killing Fields: The True Story of a Cambodian Refugee Ung, Seng Kok 2011 S&T publishing
2003.500.460 Book Generations: A Japanese American Community Portrait Wong, Diane Yen-Mei, ed. 2000 Japanese Cultural and Community Center
2003.500.4600 book In the comics boom of the 1940s, a legend was born: the Green Turtle. He solved crimes and fought injustice just like the other comics characters. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity: the Green Turtle was the first Asian American super hero. The comic had a short run before lapsing into obscurity, but Gene Luen Yang has revived this character in Shadow Hero, a new graphic novel that creates an origin story for the Green Turtle. The Shadow Hero Yang, Gene Luen 2014 First Second
2003.500.4601 book Traces three generations of a Chinese-American family from its patriarch's self-invention as an immigration broker in post-gold rush San Francisco to the family's intimate involvement in the 1904 World's Fair. The Lucky Ones Ngai, Mae 2010 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
2003.500.4602 book In 1969, the Burkes stumbled on a derelict hall which had a glorious past but was all but forgetten. This book presents the story of the community which built the hall, the exciting heyday of its formative years, its' forced abandonment in 1942, its' restoration in 1980 as a national cultural landmark and its' exciting cultural renaissance. Seattle's Nippon Kan : the discovery of Seattle's other history Burke, Edward and Elizabeth 2011 E Burke
2003.500.4603 CD Original compositions by Paul Kikuchi. Ispired by the memoir and 78rpm record collection of Zenkichi Kikuchi. Bat of No Bird Island Paul Kikuchi 2014
2003.500.4604 book Exploring contributions, trials, and daily lives of the Chinese living in the Pacific Northwest and adjoining Canadian provinces between 1788 and 1911. Coming Home in Gold Brocade: Chinese in Early Northwest America Bronson, Bennet; Ho, Chuimei 2015 Chinese in NW America Research Committee
2003.500.4605 book The first new edition in a decade of this famous "bible of the museum registrar," rewritten, expanded and fully updated. MRM5 encompasses all that needs to be known and done when a museum accessions, measures, marks, moves, displays or stores an object or artifact of any knd. New with the 5th Edition are special teaching sections that challenge students and seasoned staff alike with questions about the process and procedure of accessioning and caring for objects. Contains bibliography, glossary and multiple sample forms. MRM5 proudly continues a tradition of museum publishing that began with the inaugural edition in 1958. Museum Registration Methods (5th Edition) Buck, Rebecca A; Gilmore, Jean Allman 2010 AAM Press
2003.500.4606 book Information and advice for preserving American Indian cultural objects. Caring for Amerian Indian Objects: A Practical and Cultural Guide Ogden, Sherelyn 2004 Minnesota Historical Society Press
2003.500.4607 book Ve mot nguoi da khuat Huy Quang Vu Duc Vinh Thanh Tung Vu 2006 Vu Thanh Tung
2003.500.4608 book In China, at a time when few girls are taught to read or write, Ruby dreams of going to the university with her brothers and male cousins. Ruby's Wish Shirin Yim Bridges 2002 Chronicle Books
2003.500.4609 book The last empress of China, Cixi fought ruthlessly to isolate her country from the West while cloistered inside her lavish Forbidden City and ignoring the needs of her people. Her extravagant lifestyle, bouts of bad temper, and brutal punishments earned her a reputation as a cruel and ignorant leader. Cixi : The Dragon Empress Natasha Yim 2011 Goosebottom Books
2003.500.461 Book Japanese Society Today Fukutake, Tadashi 1981 Unniversity of Tokyo Press
2003.500.4610 book From the deepest heart of the Moghul palace, her face hidden by veils, Nur Jahan came to rule all of Mogul India. Nur Jahan of India Shirin Yim Bridges 2010 Goosebottom Books
2003.500.4611 book On the windswept steppes of Mongolia in the 13th century, a princess was given the chance to rule. Sorghaghtani of Mongolia Shirin Yim Bridges 2010 Goosebottom Books
2003.500.4612 Diary Translated from shorthand by Miyo Ike 1940-42, 1944-45 (2 binders) Dairy of Aya "Betty" Murakami
2003.500.4613 book 3 copies Shiro Kashino was incarcerated at the Minidoka War Relocation Center, a concentration camp near Twin Falls, Idaho. When the opportunity to serve the US Army opened in 1943, he volunteered for the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. He fought in all the major battles of the European campaign with the 442nd. Shiro was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, six Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars and one Silver Star. An American Hero: Shiro Kashino Matsuda, Lawrence ; Sasaki, Matt 2015 WLAM, Seattle NVC Foundation
2003.500.4614 CD 2 copies Passages Chinese Heritage Tour
2003.500.4615 book Captures the experiences of some of the nearly four thousand children and young adults held at Manzanar during World War II under Executive Order 9066, an act that authorized the U.S. Army to undertake the rapid removal of more than one hundred thousand Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Children of Manzanar Lindquist, Heather C. 2012 Manzanar History Association
2003.500.4616 book A recollection of the CPR Construction which employed thousands of Chinese labourers to build the transcontinental railway linking this country from coast to coast. Blood and sweat over the railway tracks : the Chinese labourers in the Canadian Pacific Railway construction (1880-1885) Chow, Lily Siewsan 2014 Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia
2003.500.4617 book A moving story of men who fought first for the right to fight, and then went on to show a rare courage and tremendous spirit. Honor by Fire: Japanese Americans at war in Europe and the Pacific Crost, Lyn 1994 Presidio
2003.500.4618 book History of the early Japanese immigrants and the role they played in Hawai'i. Okage sama de : the Japanese in Hawai'i, 1885-1985 Hazama, Dorothy Ochiai; Komeiji, Jane Okamoto 1986 Bess Press
2003.500.4619 book An alphabet book featuring different dishes from Filipino cuisine. A for Adobo Agustin, Nelson
2003.500.462 Book The Floating World Michener, James 1983 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4620 book NYU catalogue, curated by Roger Shimomura during his time as the 2012-2013 Artist-in-Residence at the A/P/A Institute at NYU. Prints of Pop (& War) Shimomura, Roger
2003.500.4621 book A collection of articles in the legal genre of Critical Race Theory. Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge Delgado, Richard and Jean Stefancic 2000
2003.500.4622 book Mission Street Food Myint, Anthony and Karen Leibowitz 2011 McSweeney's
2003.500.4623 book During the final years of the Japanese Occupation, when most Korean brides and grooms were married sight unseen, Gui-yong and Eum-chun strike gold by finding a love as sweet as sticky rice. The Voices of Heaven Devine, Maija Rhee 2013 Seoul Selection
2003.500.4624 book In 1845, Sammy, a Chinese American girl, and Annamae, an African American slave girl, disguise themselves as boys and travel on the Oregon Trail to California from Missouri Under a Painted Sky Lee, Stacey 2015 G. P. Putnam's Sons
2003.500.4625 magazine The magazine of the Nordic Heritage Museum Nordic Kultur
2003.500.4626 book Fun With Chinese Characters, Vol. 2 2003 Infini Press
2003.500.4627 book Fun with Chinese Characters, Vol. 3 2003 Infini Press
2003.500.4628 book History of the Korean American experience in the Pacific Northwest. Han in the Upper Left 2015 KAHS
2003.500.4629 book Danny tries to convice his parents to take him to Hawaii. Danny's Hawaiian Journey Landeza, Patrick 2013 Addison Street Books
2003.500.463 Book Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Coerr, Eleanor 1977 Dell Publishing Co.
2003.500.4630 book Catalog of an exhibition held at University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, Oct. 27-Nov. 23, 2005 Fallayavada: bahc yiso project and tribute Yong Soon Min 2005 University of California
2003.500.4631 book Catalog of an exhibition held at the Arko Art Center, Seoul, South Korea, December 18, 2007- February 29, 2008, and at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California, December 5, 2008-March 15, 2009. TransPOP : Korea Vietnam remix 2008 Arko Art Center
2003.500.4632 book Catalog of an exhibition held August 13-September 18, 2004 at the SSamzie Space Galleries, Seoul, Korea. Xen: Migration labor and Identity Yong Soon Min 2004 SSamzie Space Galleries
2003.500.4633 book Catalog of an exhibiiton held 11 Oct. - 3 Dec. 2005. The Battle of Visions 2005 ARKO
2003.500.4634 book Catalog for an exhibiton on Gyeonggi National Highway in 2007. Gyeonggi National Highway No. 1 2007 Gyeonggido Museum of Art
2003.500.4635 DVD A brief history of the Seward Park Torii gate, and a look ahead at the Torii gate that will replace it. The Seward Park Torii Story Friends of Seward Park Torii Committee 2015
2003.500.4636 DVD In 1965, Asian American Patsy Takemoto Mink became the first woman of color in the United States Congress. Seven years later, she ran for the US presidency and was the driving force behind Title IX, the landmark legislation that transformed women's opportunities in higher education and athletics. Seldom spotlighted in history books, Mink fought racism and sexism, and dared to remain "ahead of the majority" as her beliefs enabled groundbreaking changes for the rights of the disenfranchised. A woman of the people as well as a pioneer, a patriot and an outcast, Patsy Mink's intriguing story embodies the history, ideals, and spirit of America. Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority Ed., Boucicaut, Jean-Philippe and Kimberlee Bassford 2008 Making Waves Films
2003.500.4637 book Asians and Pacific Islanders and the Civil War Shively, Carol A, Ed. 2015 National Park Service
2003.500.4638 book By 1900, the Chinese population of Los Angeles City and County had grown to over 3,000 residents who were primarily situated around an enclave called Old Chinatown. When Old Chinatown was razed to build Union Station, Chinese business owners led by Peter SooHoo Sr. purchased land a few blocks north of downtown to build New Chinatown. Chinatown and China City in Los Angeles Cho, Jenny 2011 Arcadia Publishing
2003.500.4639 book Chinese in Hollywood Cho, Jenny 2013 Arcadia Publishing
2003.500.464 Book Translated from the French by Jenny Oates. Presents the six thousand year history of writing from hieroglyphics and cuneiform to the invention of printing and today's modern lettering. Writing: The Story of Alphabets and Scripts Jean, Georges 1992 H.N. Abrams
2003.500.4640 book Forty Chinese American veterans in their 20s to 90s talk about battles and triumphs before, during, and after war. These individuals defied boundaries, went against their cultural grain, and changed history. Through their personal stories, we see a greater tapestry that is the story of America in the last hundred years. Fighting for the Dream: Voices of Chinese American Veterans from World War II to Afghanistan Moy, Victoria 2014 Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
2003.500.4641 book Bridging the Centuries: History of Chinese Americans in Southern California Chinese Historical Society of Southern California 2001 Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
2003.500.4642 book A powerful study of the women's movement in the U.S. from abolitionist days to the present that demonstrates how it has always been hampered by the racist and classist biases of its leaders. Women Race & Class Davis, Angela Y. 1981 Vintage Books
2003.500.4643 book Upon returning to Cebu for his mother's funeral, Ben Lucero, a Filipino American priest, must reexamine his ideas of home and religion. Cebu Bacho, Peter 1991 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4644 book A collection of approximately fifty women in their eighties and upper seventies on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island with questions relating to were based on providing information on immigration, childhood, education, food, clothing, language, religious, beliefs, work experience, courtship, marriage, children, and relations to other groups. Women's Voices in Hawaii Lebra, Joyce 1991 University Press of Colorado
2003.500.4645 book 1990 Nisei Week Japanese Festival 50th Anniversary 1990 Office of the Nisei week Japanese Festival
2003.500.4646 book Traces the changes in the Chicano perception of the Southwest, focusing on the 135 years since the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, and discussing the desire to recover their lost homeland. The Lost Land: The Chicano Image of the Southwest Chavez, John R. 1984 University of New Mexico Press
2003.500.4647 book Terminal Island: Lost Communities of Los Angeles Harbor Hirahara, Naomi; Knatz, Geraldine 2015 Angel City Press
2003.500.4648 book The history of Chinatown in Los Angeles and the people that helped shaped it to what it is today. Chiantown in Los Angeles Cho, Jenny; Chinese Historical Society of Southern California. 2009 Arcadia Pub
2003.500.465 Book Leaves of Prayer: The Life and Poetry of He Shuanqing, a Farmwife in Eighteenth-century China Choy, Elsie 1993 Chinese University Press
2003.500.4650 book A collection of poetry by Traci Kato-Kiriyama. Signaling Kato - Kiriyama, Traci 2010 The Undeniables
2003.500.4651 book Describes how a variety of festivals are celebrated in the Philippines. Kneeling Carabao & Dancing Giants: Celebrating Filipino Festivals Krasno, Rena 1997 Pacific View
2003.500.4652 book Describes a year of special celebrations in Japan, with historical and cultural information, including recipes, crafts, and legends. Floating Lanterns & Golden Shrines: Celebrating Japanese Festivals Krasno , Rena 2000 Pacific View Press
2003.500.4653 book A graphic novel that tells the story of six brave and courageous Nisei soldiers from the Pacific NW who proved their loyalty and made a significant mark in American history. Fighting for America: Nisei Soldiers Matsuda, Lawrence; Sasaki, Matt 2015 The Wing; Nisei Veterns Committee
2003.500.4654 book Children's book based on a traditional Korean folktale about a woodcutter and his wife. The Mysterious Stream Smit, FB and Jessica Liu 2015 Eeyagi Tales, LLC.
2003.500.4655 book Japanese American Donnie, whose playmates insist he be the "bad guy" in their war games, calls on his reluctant father and uncle to help him get away from that role. Heroes Mochizuki, Ken and Dom Lee 1995 Lee & Low Books
2003.500.4656 book Historic photographs of Seattle from the late 1800s through 1939. Seattle Memories The Early Years: A Pictorial History Kossen, Bill, ed. 2015 Pediment Publishing
2003.500.4657 Book Jun Kaneko Peterson, Susan 2001 Laurence King
2003.500.4658 DVD Great Grandfather's Drum Opticus Media
2003.500.4659 DVD Life is the Treasure: Okinawan Memories of WWII "Nuchi du Takara" Tamashiro, Shari
2003.500.466 Book The Making of Modern Japan Pyle, Kenneth B. 1978 D.C. Heath & Co
2003.500.4660 DVD Okage Sama De (I am what I am because of you) Rooney, Tim
2003.500.4661 Book Khmer Kites Sarak, Sim and Cheang Yarin Drachen Foundation
2003.500.4662 Book Chinatown International District through oral histories Stories of Chinatown-International District from Multiple Cultural Backgrounds Nakamura, Arisa 2016 University of Washington
2003.500.4663 Book Fortunes, The Davies, Peter Ho 2016 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
2003.500.4664 Book Foraging in New York City Eating Wildly: Foraging for Life, Love and the Perfect Meal Chin, Ava 2014 Simon & Schuster
2003.500.4665 Book Japanese tea ceremony Tea of the Sages: The Art of Sencha Graham, Patricia J. 1998 University of Hawai'i Press
2003.500.4666 Book Asian Art in the Hans Popper collection Hans Popper Collection of Oriental Art, the Lefebvre d'Argence, Rene Yvon 1973 Kodansha
2003.500.4667 Book Yokohama, California Mori, Toshio 1949 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4668 Book Idaho County's Most Romantic Character: Polly Bemis Elsensohn, M. Alfreda 197 Idaho Corporation of Bendictine Sisters
2003.500.4669 Book Hawaiian pioneers in Pacific Northwest Kanaka: The Untold Story of Hawiian Pioneers in British Columbia and th Pacfic Northwest. Koppel, Tom 1995 Whitecap Books
2003.500.467 Book Eye of the Fish: A Personal Archipelago Francia, Luis H. 2001 Kaya Press
2003.500.4670 Book Fort Vancouver Exploring Fort Vancouver Wilson, Douglas C. and Theresa Langford, ed. 2011 Fort Vancouver National Trust
2003.500.4671 Book Three Chinese Temples in California Ho, Chuimei and Bennet Bronson 2016 Chinese in Northwest AmericaResearch Committee
2003.500.4672 Book White Road of Thorns Nakamura, Mary Y 2015
2003.500.4673 Book Scent of Apples: A Collection of Stories Santos, Bienvenido N. 1981 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4674 Book Encyclopedia of Japanese American History Niiya, Brian ed. 2001, 1993 Japanese American National Museum
2003.500.4675 Book Breaking the Silence: Redress and Japanese American Ethnicity Takezawa, Yasuko I. 1995 Cornell University Press
2003.500.4676 Book Gaman: A Generation in Hawai'i Simmons, Sharon Keiko 1996 Black Tiger Press
2003.500.4677 Book Years of Sorrow, Years of Shame Broadfoot, Barry 1977 Doubleday
2003.500.4678 Journal Seattle Journal for Social Justice Issue on the 25th anniversary of the Hirabayashi Coram Nobis case, its meaning then and relevance now. Vol 11, Issue 1 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 2012 Seattle University School of Law
2003.500.4679 Book Achieving the Impossible Dream Maki, Mitchell T., Harry Kitano and S. Megan Berthold 1999 University of Illinois Press
2003.500.468 Book Memoirs of an American in 1930's China. Horizon Hunter: The Adventures of a Modern Marco Polo Forman, Harrison 1940 Robert M. McBride & Co.
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