Echoes of Exclusion and Resistance: Voices from the Hanford Region

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Washington State University Press
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.7 inches | 0.84 pounds

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About the Author
Laura J. Arata is Assistant Professor of History at Oklahoma State University, where she specializes in public history and the history of race and gender in the American West.

Robert Bauman received his PhD from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a Professor of History at WSU Tri-Cities. His research interests are in the areas of race and ethnicity in the American West and poverty and public policy.

Robert Franklin is the Hanford History Project Assistant Director and Lecturer in the Washington State University Tri-Cities History Department. He received his MA in Public History from Washington State University, and specializes in U.S. history, historic preservation, and archival science.

Michael Mays is associate professor of English as well as cofounder and codirector of the Institute for the Study of Modern Life at the University of Southern Mississippi.

"The authors make great use of oral histories, and they deserve much credit for amplifying Native American, Japanese American, and African American voices."

--Pacific Historical Review

"The book as a whole presents a compelling mix of material on racial conflict and the perseverance needed to overcome it."

--Pacific Historical Review

"An impressive compendium of meticulous scholarship...especially and unreservedly recommended."

--The Free Library