Pamela Rotner Sakamoto

historian and author

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Historian and author of the book Midnight in Broad Daylight: A Japanese American Family Caught Between Two Worlds

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Harry was a typical American kid growing up in Washington state in the 1920s.

'Midnight in Broad Daylight'

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Harry was a typical American kid growing up in Washington state in the 1920s.

'Midnight in Broad Daylight'

Harry was a typical American kid growing up in Washington state in the 1920s.

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