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The house on Lemon Street : Japanese pioneers and the American dream

Auteur: Mark Howland Rawitsch
Uitgever: Boulder : University Press of Colorado, ©2012.
Serie: George and Sakaye Aratani Nikkei in the Americas series.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Discusses the little known early-twentieth century court battle of Jukichi and Ken Harada, Japanese immigrants, to keep their home in Riverside, California, which they purchased in 1915 in the names of their three young American-born children because the California Alien Land Law prohibited immigrants from owning real estate.
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Genre/Vorm: Trials, litigation, etc
Biography
Case studies
Genoemd persoon: Jukichi Harada; Ken Harada; Jukichi Harada; Jukichi Harada
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Mark Howland Rawitsch
ISBN: 9781607321651 1607321653
OCLC-nummer: 769429702
Beschrijving: xiii, 388 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Inhoud: Here is your chance --
The schoolteacher and the samurai's daughter --
Here to stay --
In the shadow of the Mission Inn --
Pilgrim's progress --
Little lamb gone to Jesus --
The people of California versus Harada --
World War and a basket of apples --
Face to face --
Keep California white --
The only time I see the sun --
Farewell to riverside --
Leaving Lemon Street behind --
Camp --
Blue bandanas and an ironwood club --
From Issei to Nisei --
Questions of loyalty --
It's up to you, medic --
Home --
Epilogue: Sumi's house --
Afterword --
Glossary of Japanese Terms.
Serietitel: George and Sakaye Aratani Nikkei in the Americas series.
Andere titels: Japanese pioneers and the American dream
Verantwoordelijkheid: Mark Howland Rawitsch ; afterword by Lane Ryo Hirabayashi.

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Discusses the little known early-twentieth century court battle of Jukichi and Ken Harada, Japanese immigrants, to keep their home in Riverside, California, which they purchased in 1915 in the names of their three young American-born children because the California Alien Land Law prohibited immigrants from owning real estate.

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