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Katherine C. Lee, MD , of Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses her study findings that showed older patients with metastatic cancer who survived emergency general surgery exper Supportive Care Symptom Management. As I stood and walked among the acres of cotton fields, I could imagine the camps rising out of the fields. Fully Furnished: Light bulb, cot, coal stove, triptych, charcoal on paper 66 x In the barracks each family shared one small room.
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Any other furniture, such as tables, chairs or shelves were made by the internees from scrap lumber left over from building the barracks. This sculpture represents the population in each of the 10 internment camps. The strings of cots above each box represent the number of people in that camp at a ratio of Each cot represents persons.
The actual population of each camp is shown in orange in the bottom of each box. The lives of , Japanese aliens and Japanese Americans were abruptly interrupted and suspended due to war hysteria.
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