I Call to Remembrance: Toyo Suyemoto's Years of Internment

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I CALL
TO
REMEMBRANCE
TOYO SUYEMOTO’S
YEARS OF
INTERNMENT

Edited by Susan B. Richardson

Rutgers University Press
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY, AND LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Editor's Preface xi
  • Note on the Drawings xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Author's Preface 5
  • 1 - Berkeley 9
  • 2 - 15432 16
  • 3 - Morning of Departure 22
  • 4 - Growing Up in Nihonmachi 29
  • 5 - Intake at Tanforan 37
  • 6 - Tanforan Days 44
  • 7 - Tanforan High School 51
  • 8 - Kay's Illness 55
  • 9 - Another Move 68
  • 10 - Entry into Topaz 74
  • 11 - Settling in 79
  • 12 - As 1942 Ended 87
  • 13 - Block 4-8-E 96
  • 14 - Schooling in Topaz 106
  • 15 - Topaz Public Library 112
  • 16 - Sensei 120
  • 17 - Into Another Year 133
  • 18 - Registration for Loyalty 141
  • 19 - Weighed in the Balance 149
  • 20 - We Be Brethren 160
  • 21 - In the Length of Days 167
  • 22 - The Dust before the Wind 179
  • 23 - The Dispersal 186
  • 24 - Tree of the People (Topaz Community) 196
  • Afterword 205
  • References 207
  • About the Editor 209
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