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By John Endo Greenaway, Linda Kawamoto Reid, and Fumiko Greenaway

Using archival photos, the memories of survivors, recipes from the camps, artefacts, and poetry – tanka and haiku – the book presents a multi-dimensional portrait of a people forced from their homes and scattered across a country that did not want them. Woven through the book are the voices of the sansei and yonsei – the third and fourth generations – offering echoes of those years that continue to resonate long after the last camp was closed down.

204 pages