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Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

The Japanese Consulate and Naka & Pearl Nakane - Part 2

Takako Day

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Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

The Japanese Consulate and Naka & Pearl Nakane - Part 1

Takako Day

Introduction

Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

The Japanese Mutual Aid Society and Charles Yasuma Yamazaki - Part 2

Takako Day

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Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

The Japanese Mutual Aid Society and Charles Yasuma Yamazaki - Part 1

Takako Day

Background

Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

Eizo Yanagi - Part 2

Takako Day

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Suspicious Points of Contact in Pre-War Chicago

Eizo Yanagi - Part 1

Takako Day

Introduction

Atypical Japanese Women - The First Japanese Female Medical Doctor and Nurses in Chicago - Part 2

Takako Day

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Atypical Japanese Women - The First Japanese Female Medical Doctor and Nurses in Chicago - Part 1

Takako Day

According to The Encyclopedia of Chicago, Chicago “has been and remains a world-class religious center with global influence.”1 Beginning in the mid-19th century, Japan was one of the foreign countries on which Chicago had a strong impact on, in the form of modern education.

The Chicago Nisei Before World War II - Part 2

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The Chicago Nisei Before World War II - Part 1

Takako Day

In Japanese American history, Chicago is known as one of the primary urban relocation areas for those who were incarcerated in American concentration camps during World War II. The earliest wave of resettlement, composed mostly of Nisei, arrived in Chicago in June of 1942, although some “voluntary resettlers” were said …

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I am a shin-Issei who has lived in the West and Midwest for nearly thirty years. I spent the first six years in Berkeley California. When I was young, I got excited about visiting New York City. But now, after thirty years in Midwest, my body seems to be allergic to people, cars and noises. I am now enjoying my life in retirement, writing and tending to my garden.

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