Alaska and Japan: Perspectives of Past and Present
Alaska Methodist University Press, 1972 - Alaska - 172 pages
Collection of essays on the respective histories and cultures of Alaska and Japan. The purpose is to compare and contrast the regions, and to point out that geographic proximity and mutual economic need make Japan and Alaska natural trading partners.
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