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DESPITE PLAYING A CRUCIAL role in the growth of Japanese immigrant society, Japanese immigrant women are absent from most historical accounts of Japanese immigration. Race, sex, and class factors… Continue Reading
THE MOST IMPORTANT ORGANIZATIONS of the Japanese immigrant generation in the United States were the so-called "Japanese associations." Wherever a significant number ofJapanese immigrants settled,… Continue Reading
Yamato Ichihashi (1878-1965) was one of the first scholars of Japanese descent to teach at an American university. From 1913 to 1943 he was a professor of Japanese studies at Stanford University.… Continue Reading
Denied the right of naturalization, Japanese immigrants were socalled “aliens ineligible to citizenship” for decades. In the noted case of Ozawa Takao, the United States Supreme Court upheld the… Continue Reading