8 edition of Tule Lake found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harold Stanley Jacoby.|
|LC Classifications||D769.8.A6 J33 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||95043637|
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Defying the Odds examines the history of theTule River Tribe, a constituency of 1, members descended from the Southern Valley Yokuts Indians of California's Great Central Valley. This innovative book presents the first-ever study of a California tribe's political survival and transformation under American rule - from California statehood through the current Indian gaming era. Official name: Tule Lake Relocation Center Location: Klamath Falls Basin in Northern California, just south of the Oregon border. The closest town was Newell, California. Tule Lake is located just across the road from Lava Beds National Monument and the site of the Modoc War of Land: Federal reclamation project land.
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Tule Lake Paperback – July 6, by Edward T. Miyakawa (Author) out of Tule Lake book stars 3 ratings/5(3). Tule Lake book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
First Japanese-American novel to portray the passionate, desperate struggl /5(4). Tule Lake: An Issei memoir Paperback – January 1, by Noboru Shirai (Author)5/5(1). Tule Lake was likely the first novel by a Japanese American set in one of the World War II concentration camps to be published when it first appeared in It was also notable for its unflinching portrayal of life in the most repressive of the camps.
TULE LAKE begins with Shirai's observations of the events that led up to World War II and their effect on the Japanese communities in California, then focuses on the three and a half years he spent at Tule Lake concentration camp on the Oregon/California border/5. Tule Lake was the largest of the ten W.R.A.
camps and the last to close. Historic and recent photographs enhance the text, and detailed maps direct visitors to the site and the local area.
The page spiral-bound book includes a 12" x 16" map of the : Barbara Takei, Judy Tachibana. Tule Lake Concentration Camp was one of 10 used to unjustly imprison Americans of Japanese descent during World War II.
It is unique in that it was the only camp converted into a maximum security segregation center after the "loyalty questionnaire" separated those who answered "no-no" from those considered "loyal."Price: $ Book Description from the Preface Many have returned to the site of the former incarceration center at Tule Lake only to be bewildered.
How could it be that a place so huge, Tule Lake book such a major impact on so many lives, has vanished. What is left of that barbed wire encircled, tar-paper barrack community wh people lived?. Song of Anger: Tales of Tule Lake is part memoir, part history, part fiction – and all profoundly stirring and illuminating.
In this curious ensemble of “war stories,” Barney Shallit evokes his WWII experiences and observations as a Jewish American social worker at the Tule Lake Segregation : Barney Shallit.
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Tule Lake begins with Shirai's observations of the events that led up to World War II and their effect on the Japanese communities in California, then focuses on the three and a half years he spent at Tule Lake concentration camp on the Oregon/California border.
As a non-resident alien, Shirai was considered "an enemy. TULE LAKE is the first Japanese American novel to portray the passionate and at times desperate struggle for justice and freedom from within the confines of America's concentration camps, by those.
The diary itself begins with his arrival at Tule Lake, right after the distribution of the so-called loyalty questionnaire, and his receiving an explanation of the turmoil in Tule Lake over it from the camp attorney. He comments in great detail on the physical surroundings and state of the facilities, how the staff and administration section differs from "the colony," or where the Japanese Americans are held.
The Tule Lake Pilgrimage Committee has decided to cancel the Tule Lake Pilgrimage scheduled for July 3 - 6, The decision was a difficult one, because of the continued and enthusiastic interest in our biennial Pilgrimage.
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Welcome to the Tule Lake Monument. The Tule Lake National Monument includes both the the Tule Lake Segregation Center, the largest and most controversial of the sites where Japanese Americans were incarcerated during World War II, and Camp Tulelake, which was first a Civilian Conservation Corps camp, then an additional facility to detain Japanese Americans, and finally a.
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Nondiscrimination Policy. The Board of Trustees is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment and does not discriminate on. Geography. Tule Lake is fed by the Lost elevation of the lake is 4, ft (1, m). Tule Lake is located km ( mi), southwest of the town of Tulelake in Northern California.
Wildlife and water. The lake is part of the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge and the Klamath Project. History. Canby's Cross is located about three miles (5 km) south of the lake; it is the site where Location: Siskiyou / Modoc Counties, California, United.
The Modoc Project was begun in the Klamath Reclamation District in to drain Tule Lake for use as farm land. By3, acres of former lake bed were under cultivation (Jacoby ).
Large remnants of Tule Lake, now a National Wildlife Refuge, lie ."Tule Lake is a novel about the Japanese American people who were incarcerated in Tule Lake during World War II." (book jacket).The introduction by Naomi Hirahara explains that Barney Shallit was a social worker who worked at Tule Lake segregation center, and that this book is a collection of short stories he wrote based on his experiences and observations while he was there.