eBook Japanese Americans: The History and Culture of a People, 1st Edition

  • Jonathan H.X. Lee
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  • ISBN-10: 144084190X
  • ISBN-13: 9781440841903
  • DDC: 973.049562
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 520 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released March 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2018
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Overview

This book provides a comprehensive story of the complicated and rich story of the Japanese American experience—from immigration, to discrimination, to adaptation, achievement and contributions to the American mosaic.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Chronology of Japanese American History.
Context of Japanese Emigration: Coming to America.
1: Alien Land Law (1913).
2: Anti-Japanese Movement.
3: Draft Resisters.
4: Ex Parte Mitsuye Endo (1944).
5: Executive Order 9066.
6: 442nd Regimental Combat Team/100th Infantry Battalion.
7: Gentlemen’s Agreement (1907–1908).
8: Harada House.
9: Hawai’ian Sugar Plantations.
10: Hirabayashi V. United States (1943).
11: Immigration Act of 1924.
12: Internment, World War II.
13: Japanese American Communities.
14: Japanese American Exclusion.
15: Japanese American History Before 1945.
16: Japanese American Population Trends.
17: Japanese American War Brides.
18: Japanese American Women.
19: Japanese American Women in The 1930S.
20: Japanese Immigration to Hawai’i.
21: Japanese Immigration to Latin/South America.
22: Japanese Immigration to Peru.
23: Kooskia Internment Camp.
24: Manzanar Children’s Village (1942–1945).
25: Manzanar Riot (1942).
26: Native Sons of The Golden West.
27: No-No Boys.
28: Okinawa and Okinawans.
29: Pearl Harbor.
30: Picture Brides/Shashin Hanayome.
31: Post-1965 Japanese Immigration.
32: World War I.
33: World War II.
Political Activity and Economic Life : Business Endeavors and Involvement in American Politics.
34: Abiko, Kyutaro (1865–1936).
35: Aiso, John Fujio (1909–1987).
36: Aoki, Richard (1938–2009).
37: Aratani, George (1917–2013).
38: Ariyoshi, George (1926–).
39: Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians.
40: Fukuhara, Harry Katsuharu (1920–2015).
41: Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiyé (1906–1992).
42: Hirono, Mazie Keiko (1947–).
43: Honda, Mike (1941–).
44: Ichioka, Yuji (1936–2002).
45: Iijima, Kazu Ikeda (1918–2007).
46: Inouye, Daniel Ken (1924–2012).
47: Ito, Lance Alan (1950–).
48: Japan Bashing.
49: Japanese American Citizens League.
50: Japanese Americans in Farming and Agriculture.
51: Japanese Americans in Japan.
52: Kochiyama, Yuri (1921–2014).
53: Korematsu, Fred (1919–2005).
54: Little Tokyo.
55: Masaoka, Mike Masaru (1915–1991).
56: Matsui, Doris O. (1944–).
57: Matsui, Robert T. (1941–2005).
58: Matsunaga, “Spark” Masayuki (1916–1990).
59: Mineta, Norman (1931–).
60: Mink, Patsy Takemoto (1927–2002).
61: National Japanese American Memorial.
62: Nichibei Shimbun (Japanese American News).
63: Post–World War Ii Redress.
64: Saiki, Patricia F. (1930–).
65: Seabrook Farms (New Jersey).
66: University Presidents and Chancellors.
67: Yamato Colony of California.
Cultural and Religious Life: People, Institutions, and Organizations.
68: Aikido in America.
69: Buddhist Churches of America.
70: Chanoyu/Tea Ceremony.
71: Cherry Blossom Festival.
72: Floral Arrangements/Ikebana.
73: Higashi Honganji.
74: Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawai’i.
75: Japanese American Christianity.
76: Japanese American Foods and Foodways.
77: Japanese American National Museum.
78: Japanese American Religions.
79: Japanese American Religious Federation.
80: Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society.
81: Japanese Gardens.
82: JōDo Shū (Pure Land Sect).
83: Judo in America.
84: KonkōKyō/The Konko Faith.
85: Mahikari (True Light).
86: Martial Arts.
87: Matsuri.
88: Nichiren ShōShū.
89: Obon (Urabon).
90: Okinawan (RyūKyūAn) Spiritual Culture.
91: Pilgrimage to Internment Sites.
92: Rinzai Zen.
93: Selma (California) Japanese Mission Church.
94: Shin Buddhist Music.
95: Shinto.
96: Soka Gakkai.
97: SōTō Zen.
98: Taiko Performance.
99: Traditional Medicine and Healing.
Literature, The Arts, Popular Culture, and Sports: People, Movements, and Expressions of Identity.
100: Asawa, Ruth (1926–2013).
101: Clay, Bryan Ezra Tsumoru (1980–).
102: Desoto, Hisaye Yamamoto (1921–2011).
103: Fowler, Rickie Yutaka (1988–).
104: Fuji, Paul Takeshi (1940–).
105: Fujikawa, Tadd (1991–).
106: Fujita, Scott (1979–).
107: Gaines, Corey Yasuto (1965–).
108: Gorman, Miki “Michiko” Suwa (1935–2015).
109: Harada, Tsuneo “Cappy” (1921–2010).
110: Hartmann, Sadakichi (1867–1944).
111: Hayakawa, Sessue “Kintaro” (1886–1973).
112: Hirahara, Naomi (1962–).
113: Hirashima, Hiroto “Hiro” (1910–2007).
114: Hirayama, Satoshi “Fibber” (1930–).
115: Hiroshima.
116: Iijima, Chris (1948–2005).
117: Iko, Momoko (1940–).
118: Inada, Lawson Fusao (1938–).
119: Ishigo, Estelle (1899–1990).
120: Japanese American Artists.
121: Japanese American Hip-Hop.
122: Japanese American Literature.
123: Japanese American Olympians.
124: Japanese Americans in Baseball.
125: Japanese Americans in Figure Skating.
126: Japanese Americans in Film.
127: Japanese Americans in Sports.
128: Japanese Immigrant Press.
129: Japanese Transnational Identity.
130: Kibei.
131: Kogawa, Joy (1935–).
132: Kono, Tamio “Tommy” (1930–2016).
133: Misaka, Wataru “Wat” (1923–).
134: Mori, Toshio (1910–1980).
135: Mura, David (1952–).
136: Murayama, Milton (1923–2016).
137: Nagano, Kent (1951–).
138: Nakamura, Haruki Robert (1986–).
139: Nakatani, Corey (1970–).
140: Noguchi, Isamu (1904–1988).
141: Okada, John (1923–1971).
142: Otsuka, Julie (1962–).
143: Shin-Issei/Shin-Nisei Identity.
144: Shinoda, Michael Kenji “Mike” (1977–).
145: Takei, George Hosato (1937–).
146: Walters, Rex Andrew (1970–).
147: Yamasaki, Lindsey Brooke (1980–).
148: Yonamine, Wallace Kaname “Wally” (1925–2011).
149: Zenimura, Kenichi (1900–1968).
Primary Documents.
150: The Treaty of Kanagawa, March 31, 1854.
151: Shebata Saito, Application for U.S. Citizenship, June 27, 1894.
152: Report on Incoming Japanese Steamer Hongkong Maru, March 20, 1900.
153: Anti-Japanese Campaign, San Francisco Chronicle, May 7, 1900.
154: The Asiatic Exclusion League Meeting, May 14, 1905.
155: President Theodore Roosevelt’s Executive Order, March 14, 1907.
156: Japanese “Picture Brides,” Evening Bulletin, December 20, 1910.
157: The Webb Act (Alien Land Act of 1913), May 19, 1913.
158: Immigration Act of 1917, February 5, 1917.
159: Takao Ozawa V. United States, November 13, 1922.
160: Hidemitsu Toyota V. United States, May 25, 1925.
161: Executive Order 9066, February 19, 1942.
162: Executive Order 9102, March 18, 1942.
163: Yasui V. United States, June 21, 1943.
164: Proclamation 4417—“An American Promise,” Rescission of Executive Order 9066, February 19, 1976.
Selected Bibliography.
List of Contributors.
About The Editor.
Index.