Japanese in America
Examines the history of Japanese immigration to the United States, discussing why the Japanese came, what their lives were like after they arrived, where they settled, and customs they brought from home.
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ACROSS THE PACIFIC
A DANGEROUS ELEMENT
FAMOUS JAPANESE AMERICANS
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