Japanese American Baseball In California
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Arcadia Publishing Inc., 2014.
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9781625851147
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Kerry Yo Nakagawa., & Kerry Yo Nakagawa|AUTHOR. (2014). Japanese American Baseball In California. Arcadia Publishing Inc.

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Kerry Yo Nakagawa and Kerry Yo Nakagawa|AUTHOR. 2014. Japanese American Baseball In California. Arcadia Publishing Inc.

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Kerry Yo Nakagawa, and Kerry Yo Nakagawa|AUTHOR. Japanese American Baseball In California. Arcadia Publishing Inc, 2014. Web.

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Full titlejapanese american baseball in california
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