Citizen 13660 - Pages 148 - 167 Summary & Analysis

Miné Okubo
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Pages 148 - 167 Summary and Analysis

The snow melts, and the ground becomes thick with mud. In part to combat the erosion of the soil, trees and shrubs are brought from the mountains and planted throughout the camp. Mine doubts that the trees will grow in the harsh soil, but there are several trees that survive and thrive. Arbor Day is celebrated by the planting of even more trees.

When winter comes, the army distributes large jackets and uniforms to the evacuees. They don't fit well but they are appreciated. Apparently they were surplus from World War I. Other clothes are ordered from the Sears catalog. Barracks and other buildings are "winterized" by installing more walls and insulation. Fences are also installed around the camp.

The first Christmas is a sad affair for many evacuees, a time when their distance from family members becomes palpable...

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