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Peh Wah Mu

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Peh Wah Mu, a Karen woman originally from Burma, shared her story with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln History Harvest in the Fall of 2012. Peh Wah left Burma and spent twenty-five years in a Thailand refugee camp before moving to Lincoln, NE in 2009. This collections was contributed as part of the 2012 Lincoln Refugee History Harvest.

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Peh Wah Mu, Lincoln Refugee History Harvest, 2012

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Items in the Peh Wah Mu Collection

These are hand woven scarves brought to us by Peh Wah Mu, a refugee from Burma who now lives in Lincoln, NE. The scarves were made by hand from cotton by women in refugee camps in Thailand. These scarves are worn by women either over their shoulders…

Peh Wah Mu shared these photographs from a refugee camp in Thailand. Peh Wah is originally from Burma, but spent twenty-five years in a refugee camp in Thailand before moving to Lincoln, NE in 2009. For interviews and oral histories of this and…

Peh Wah Mu shared her traditional Karen clothing, scarves, and the Karen flag. Peh Wah Mu is originally from Burma, and spent twenty-five years in a Thailand refugee camp before moving to Lincoln, NE in 2009. In this video, Peh Wah Mu explains the…

Peh Wah Mu is originally from Burma, and spent twenty-five years in a Thailand refugee camp before moving to Lincoln, NE in 2009. In this video, Peh Wah and her interpreter, Martha, discuss their relationship and Peh Wah's education in the United…