Willows of Sky Pass begins in the great depression, and then World War II. The story is told from the viewpoints of two very different families.
Two families, one Southern American, the other Japanese/ American face the ingrown bias of a small Cascade Mountain town, and become close friends.
Many younger Americans have learned little about thousands of West Coast Japanese /Americans who were ordered from their homes and businesses with only what they could carry.
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About the author:
Mary Brockway knows the southern family in this book for she was born in Conway,Arkansas, but moved at age seven to Washington State. She lives with her husband, Bill, with her four sons and families living nearby. Her daughter lives in Seward, Alaska.
Mary's favorite books are historical. She did extensive research about the Japanese American internment in World War II. Several of the families who were sent to Camp Minidoka provided personal experiences. Mary is moderator of two writing groups in her area.
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