The JapaneseBook - 2001
The first Japanese immigrants left overcrowded villages to work the railroads, mines, and farms of North America. An enlightening account features the Chinese Exclusion Act which opened the door to the Japanese, the bombing of Pearl Harbor, WWII internment camps, and cultural traditions and festivals still celebrated today.
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub., c2001
Branch Call Number: 973.04956/NIC 4565ch 1