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Global families : a history of Asian international adoption in America

"In Global Families, Catherine Ceniza Choy unearths the little-known historical origins of Asian international adoption in the United States. Beginning with the post-World War II presence of the U.S. military in Asia, she reveals how mixed-race children born of Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese women and U.S. servicemen comprised one of the earliest groups of adoptive children." --from Melvyl catalog.

Catherine Ceniza Choy
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HV875.5 .C47 2013
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Global families book cover