The Issei: the world of the first generation Japanese immigrants, 1885-1924

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Free Press, 1988 - Social Science - 317 pages
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Subject to everything from obstacles imposed by their native government to legal attacks here, the Issei and Nisei receive a fair hearing in this detailed historyone of the best books on the subject ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Early Japanese Immigration
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LaborContracting System
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About the author (1988)

The late Yuji Ichioka was the founding father of the scholarly study of Japanese-American history. His book on the immigrant generation in America, The Issei: The World of the First-Generation Japanese Immigrants, 1885-1924 (1988), is considered a classic. He invented the term Asian American, and trained many of the scholars now teaching Asian American history at colleges and universities.

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