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Undesirables, Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco

1892-1893 (Asian Experience in North American)

by Donald Teruo Hata

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7476892M
ISBN 100405112734
ISBN 109780405112737

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The post organization of the Japanese Association of America was three- tiered. At the top were the local Japanese consulates which had the real political power and made up the top tier. The second tier consisted of the central bodies of the JAA, which were regional bodies organized around a consulate. N A T I V I S M Geoffrey S. Smith. Nativism is a construct scholars employ to explain hostility and intense opposition to an internal minority on the grounds of its imputed foreign connections. Appearing in three basic forms in American history, nativism was first characterized by antagonism toward Catholics during colonial and early national eras.

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Undesirables, Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco by Donald Teruo Hata Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Undesirables":: early immigrants and the anti-Japanese movement in San Francisco,prelude to exclusion. Undesirables, Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco: (The Asian Experience in North America) [Hata, Donald Teruo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Undesirables, Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco: (The Asian Experience in North America). Hata, Donald Teruo. 'Undesirables': Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco, Prelude to Exclusion. New York: Arno Press, The Asian Experience in North America: Chinese and Japanese.

Roger Daniels, advisory ed. [About the earliest Japanese migrants to the U.S. and the beginning of anti-Japanese agitation.].

Donald Taruo Hata, Jr., "Undesirables": Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco, (New York, ) Taruo Hata Undesirables": Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco, Undesirables, Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco: (The Asian Experience in North America) Jan 1, by Donald Teruo Hata.

The concept Emigration and immigration represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Unbound feet: a social history of Chinese women in San Francisco / by: Yung, Judy.

Published: () Chinese San Francisco, a trans-Pacific community / by: Chen, Yong. The concept Japan represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.

The Politics of Prejudice: The Anti-Japanese Movement in California and the Struggle for Japanese Exclusion (Berkeley, ); Donald Taruo Hata, Jr., "Undesirables": Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco, (New York, ).

Chief, Emigration Bureau, Foreign Ministry, to Ken and Fu Gover. See also Donald Teruo Hata, Jr., “Undesirables” Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco Prelude to Exclusion (Arno Press, New York, ) at Author: Brant Lee.

Hata, D.T., "Undesirables", Early Immi. grants and the Anti-Japanese Movement in San Francisco, Prelude to Exclusion. This study delineates the story of the Japa. nese government's fear (in the period through ) that the presence of certain "undesirables" among the early Japanese on the U.S.

West Coast might. SOAS Library Catalogue: SOAS, University of London - search for books and journals held in the UK National Research Library for Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Donald Teruo Hata, ''Undesirables'': Early Immigrants and the Anti-Japanese Move-ment in San Francisco, –, Prelude to Exclusion (New York, ), 82– the following Post Author: Kazuhiro Oharazeki.

The Japanese Association of America was formed in San Francisco, serving as a central body for local affiliates in California and several southwestern states. They advocated on behalf of immigrants and promoted their positive image to non-Japanese.

Closely tied. Nonetheless, some Americans used anti-Chinese sentiment to fan the flames of anti-Japanese feeling as well. An San Francisco newspaper carried a headline that summed up the fears of many Americans: “Undesirables: Another phase in the immigration from Asia; Japanese taking the place of Chinese; Importation of Contract Laborers and Women.”.

The sixth volume in one of the great ongoing works of American cultural history—Kevin Starr's monumental Americans and the California Dream—Embattled Dreams is a peerless work of cultural history following California in the years surrounding World War II.

During the s California ascended to a new, more powerful role in the : Oxford University Press. Historians talked about U.S. immigration policy from the s to the s, including a Japanese guest worker program and Cuban immigrants during the Cold.

African authors and artists were increasing their mark. Playwrights retold the history of black Americans in the 20th century esp. the psychic cost of the northward movement, musicals focused on the question of black identity and the life of a New Orleans jazzman.

Some told of the life of a slave owning family. The Asiatic Exclusion League, the first anti-Japanese pressure group, is created in San Francisco.

Korean immigrants establish the Mutual Assistance Society in San Francisco. Hawaiian plantation owners begin recruiting workers from the Philippines. A small group of Filipino workers arrives in the islands.

Chronology. 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. immigrants history born san francisco national school law became government.

Shin Sekai clippings relating to anti-Japanese agitation and exclusion,folder 5 Newspaper clipping relating to Japanese women and feminist movement.

early s. boxfolder 1 Young Women's Christian Association of San Francisco. Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire Tessa Morris-Suzuki Former Prime Minister Mori Yoshiro seems an unlikely champion of a multicultural Japan.

His brief term of office is, after all, perhaps best remembered for the furore he evoked by a speech in which he described Japan as a “Divine Nation headed by the Emperor”.The Hong Wah Kues (宏華僑 or 弘華僑) were a San Francisco-based all Chinese-American professional basketball team that participated in the barnstorming circuits during the late s.

They were also the first Chinese professional team. Started in with six players, the Hong Wah Kues became known for their speed and quick passing.