Stubborn twig: three generations in the life of a Japanese American family
Beginning in 1903, with the arrival of sixteen-year-old Masuo Yasui in Oregon, the author of After All These Years chronicles the lives of three generations of a Japanese-American family. 17,500 first printing. Tour.
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Stubborn Twig: Three Generations in the Life of a Japanese American Family
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