Letters in Exile an Introductory Reader on the History of Pilipinos in America

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Title: Letters in Exile an Introductory Reader on ...
Publisher: Resource Development and Publications
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Quinsaat, Jesse (editor)
Published by UCLA Asian American Studies Center, Los Angeles, California (1976)
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Book Description UCLA Asian American Studies Center, Los Angeles, California, 1976. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. F2 - An ex-library trade paperback book in very good condition that has library markings (labels, stamping, cardholder, etc.), significant rubbing, scratches, fading and stains on the cover, light tanning and shelf wear. A collection of articles that reflect the history of the Filipinos in America. They include oral histories of Filipinos who lived in the southern California area. Illustrated with black and white photgraphs. The authors include Luzviminda Francisco, Manuel Buaken, Carlos Bulosan, H. Brett Melendy, Emory S. Bogardus, Henry Empeno, C. M. Goethe, Sister Mary Dorita Clifford, Vincent G. Bunuan, Bienvenido Santos, Jerry L. Weaver, James Alan Constantino, Lilian Galedo, theresa Quilenderino Mar, Chris Braga, and Barbera Morita. 9"x8", 158 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ex-Library. Bookseller Inventory # SCW08425

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