Don't cry, Chiisai, don't cry
Ruth Farlow Uyesugi
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This edition published in by Stout's Print Shop in Paoli, Ind.

Written in English

149 pages

It is a warm autobiographical account of a young Midwestern Quaker Girl who met her husband when he chose to attend Earlham College as an alternative to living in a Japanese Internment Camp during WWII. Mrs. Uyesugi has a gift for writing and for recognizing the humanity in people who are different from her. She has a great capacity for insight and for love, she is a revered School Teacher in her home town of Paoli, Indiana, where she raised her family and taught school for decades. She is a remarkable woman, telling her remarkable story with humor and compassion for everyone involved. It is a wonderful love story and I would recommend it to anyone.

You can read more about Mrs. Uyesugi at the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame at
http://indianajournalismhof.org/1999/01/ruth-farlow-uyesugi/

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It is a warm autobiographical account of a young Midwestern Quaker Girl who met her husband when he chose to attend Earlham College as an alternative to living in a Japanese Internment Camp during WWII. Mrs. Uyesugi has a gift for writing and for recognizing the humanity in people who are different from her. She has a great capacity for insight and for love, she is a revered School Teacher in her home town of Paoli, Indiana, where she raised her family and taught school for decades. She is a remarkable woman, telling her remarkable story with humor and compassion for everyone involved. It is a wonderful love story and I would recommend it to anyone.

You can read more about Mrs. Uyesugi at the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame at
http://indianajournalismhof.org/1999/01/ruth-farlow-uyesugi/

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Dewey Decimal Class
977.2/27, B
Library of Congress
F534.P36 U937

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OL4578912M
LC Control Number
77151220

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