Fujio Morikawa practices his English language skills by breaking down sentences into diagrams. These diagrams break sentences into their grammatic parts of speech.
Fujio Morikawa kept a journal while incarcerated at Lordsburg U.S. Army internment camp. In his journal included translations of letters, news articles, and announcements; notes on English grammar and mathematics; essays on different topics; and calligraphy.
Courtesy of Morikawa Family Collection, Densho
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