4 edition of Touching the Stones :Tracing One Hundred Years of Japanese American History found in the catalog.
Touching the Stones :Tracing One Hundred Years of Japanese American History
January 1, 1994
by Oregon Historical Society Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Touching the Stones:Tracing One Hundred Years of Japanese American HistoryAuthor: Mark Sherman, George Katagiri, Lawson Fusao Inada. Winner, American Book Award.
Finalist, Los Angeles Times Book Award for Poetry. In This Great Land of Freedom: The Japanese Pioneers of Oregon, Los Angeles: Japanese American National Museum, (Contributor).
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His award-winning work also can be found in Japan, the Pacific Basin and the Caribbean, and his projects have been featured in architectural magazines, journals and books in America, Europe and Japan. Murase was contributed to Touching the Stones, a book tracing years of Japanese American history, which is based on his design of the.
Sherman, Mark and Katagiri, George, eds. Touching the Stones: Tracing One Hundred Years of Japanese American History. Portland, Ore.: Oregon Nikkei Endowment, Tamura, Linda. Hood River Issei: An Oral History of Japanese Settlers in Oregon's Hood River Valley.
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