This week, author Bill Hosokawa died at age 92. Hosokawa was a former Denver Post editor, but also wrote extensively about the Japanese in Colorado. His book Colorado’s Japanese Americans 1886 to the Present was published by University Press of Colorado in 2005 and is available from our library. Hosokawa, who during WWII was interred at Wyoming’s Heart Mountain relocation camp, has also written a number of articles for Colorado Heritage Magazine, also available from our library, chronicling the struggles of Japanese-Americans living in Colorado.
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