Nikkei in the Interior West: Japanese Immigration and Community Building, 1882-1945

Walz, Eric

Editore: University of Arizona Press, 2012
ISBN 10: 0816529477 / ISBN 13: 9780816529476
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Eric Walz's Nikkei in the Interior West tells the story of more than twelve thousand Japanese immigrants who settled in the interior West--Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah. They came inland not as fugitives forced to relocate after Pearl Harbor but arrived decades before World War II as workers searching for a job or as picture brides looking to join husbands they had never met.    

Despite being isolated from their native country and the support of larger settlements on the West Coast, these immigrants formed ethnic associations, language schools, and religious institutions. They also experienced persecution and discrimination during World War II in dramatically different ways than the often-studied immigrants living along the Pacific Coast.  Even though they struggled with discrimination, these interior communities grew both in size and in permanence to become an integral part of the American West.

Using oral histories, journal entries, newspaper accounts, organization records, and local histories, Nikkei in the Interior West explores the conditions in Japan that led to emigration, the immigration process, the factors that drew immigrants to the interior, the cultural negotiation that led to ethnic development, and the effects of World War II. Examining not only the formation and impact of these Japanese communities but also their interaction with others in the region, Walz demonstrates how these communities connect with the broader Japanese diaspora.
 

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Eric Walz is a professor at Brigham Young University--Idaho. His published works include an introductory chapter in the book Guilt By Association: Essays on Japanese Settlement, Internment, and Relocation in the Rocky Mountain West as well as articles in Agricultural History, Idaho Yesterdays, and the Journal of Arizona History.

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Descrizione libro Tucson: University of Arizona Press, (2012) dj, 2012. Hardcover first edition - First printing. Based on oral histories, journal entries, newspaper accounts, organization records, and local histories, this tells the "story of more than twelve thousand Japanese immigrants who settled in the interior West: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah. They . . . arrived decades before World War II as workers searching for a job or as picture brides looking to join husbands they had never met. Despite being isolated from their native country and the support of larger settlements on the West Coast, these immigrants formed ethnic associations, language schools, and religious institutions. . Even though they struggled with discrimination, these interior communities grew both in size and in permanence to become an integral part of the American West." Seven maps, photographs, notes, bibliography, index. x, 236 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.). Codice libro della libreria 70181

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Descrizione libro University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 224 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. AMERICAN WEST. Eric Walz's Nikkei in the Interior West tells the story of more than twelve thousand Japanese immigrants who settled in the interior WestÑArizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah. They came inland not as fugitives forced to relocate after Pearl Harbor but arrived decades before World War II as workers searching for a job or as picture brides looking to join husbands they had never met. Despite being isolated from their native country and the support of larger settlements on the West Coast, these immigrants formed ethnic associations, language schools, and religious institutions. They also experienced persecution and discrimination during World War II in dramatically different ways than the often-studied immigrants living along the Pacific Coast. Even though they struggled with discrimination, these interior communities grew both in size and in permanence to become an integral part of the American West. Using oral histories, journal entries, newspaper accounts, organization records, and local histories, Nikkei in the Interior West explores the conditions in Japan that led to emigration, the immigration process, the factors that drew immigrants to the interior, the cultural negotiation that led to ethnic development, and the effects of World War II. Examining not only the formation and impact of these Japanese communities but also their interaction with others in the region, Walz demonstrates how these communities connect with the broader Japanese diaspora. Eric Walz is a professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho. His published works include an introductory chapter in the book Guilt by Association: Essays on Japanese Settlement, Internment, and Relocation in the Rocky Mountain West as well as articles in Agricultural History, Idaho Yesterdays, and the Journal of Arizona History. (Key Words: Japanese Immigration, Eric Walz, American West). book. Codice libro della libreria 76797X1

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