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University of California Publications in History Volume XLVI
Price: 35.00
Title: The Japanese Frontier in Hawaii, 1868-1898
Author: Hilary Conroy
Description: 1980, Hardcover ( 6x9), Kraus Reprint. 175 pages.

University of California Publications in History Volume XLVI

Condition: Ex-library with minimal stampings, remainder clean and bright; minimal skew top spine, bumped corners one with minimal fray
Summary: CONTENTS: I. First Official Relations between Japan and Hawaii II."Help Wanted" on Hawaiian Plantations III."First Year People" -- A Short lived Immigration IV. Amity Restored V. Friendship and Schemes VI. Crises in Hawaii and Japan: Immigration Renewed VII. The Convention-Contract System VIII. The "Immigrant Type" IX. Japanese Society Comes to Hawaii X. Laissez Faire Immigration XI. Rising Antagonism XII. The Annexation of Hawaii XIII. Conclusion

Appendix: A: Ambassador Ueno's Translation of the Hanbey- Van Reed Agreement B: Treaty between Hawaii and Japan C: Convention between Japan and Hawaii D: Labor Contract under the Convention System E: General Statement of Japanese Immigrants F: A Contract for Japanese Laborers Imported by Private Immigration Company
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"This book presents a detailed and historical overview of the Japanese immigration to Hawaii from 1868-1898. Through explanations of the political events of the time Conroy outlines the journey of the Japanese to Hawaii. He also takes into account the other ethnicities that contribute to the Japanese experience in this new setting."

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