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The Climate of the Country: A Novel
The Climate of the Country: A Novel Marnie Mueller 1880684586 9781880684580 Tells the story of the Tule Lake Japanese American Segregation Camp from the unique insider view of a conscientious objector, & his wife, living &
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The Climate of the Country: A Novel by Marnie Mueller

Tells the story of the Tule Lake Japanese American Segregation Camp from the unique insider view of a conscientious objector, & his wife, living & working in Tule Lake Camp. The novel takes place during the wrenching period in 1943 when the Tule Lake Camp was changed over from a Relocation Camp to a Segregation Camp. The novel opens as the Army gains command of the camp.

Author: Marnie Mueller

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 305

Publisher: Curbstone Books

Publication Date: 1999-02-01

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ISBN: 1880684586


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