The Different Man In Rural Japan:

Frank Scudder’s Recollection at age 90 about Being a “Foreigner” in Western Japan in the 1880s

By Rev. Frank Scudder,© by Jack Scudder Gillmar, Scudder Association Foundation Board Member, by permission

 


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  1. Susan Swanson

    What a wonderful story!

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