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Fred Shiosaki Interview Segment 45

Helping parents obtain U.S. citizenship

This interview was conducted as part of a project to capture stories of the Japanese American community of Spokane, Washington. Densho worked in collaboration with the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
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Paul Bannai Interview I Segment 7

Communicating with and learning values from Issei parents
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Mike Murase Interview I Segment 6

Becoming a naturalized citizen and choosing a name
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May K. Sasaki Segment 33

Father's attitude toward U.S. citizenship after the war
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Kazumu Naganuma Interview Segment 12

Obtaining United States citizenship
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Discriminatory laws

Frank Miyamoto Interview I Segment 10

The establishment of business associations in Seattle's Japantown
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James Yamazaki Interview Segment 11

Changes in the Japanese American community after the Immigration Act of 1924

This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not …

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Frank Miyamoto Interview II Segment 15

Impact of Immigration Act of 1924 upon the Japanese American community and businesses
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Frank Miyamoto Interview II Segment 14

The Immigration Act of 1924: "perhaps the worst thing that could have happened to international relations"
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Daniel Inouye Segment 3

Mother's loss of citizenship

This interview was conducted at the senator's office in Honolulu, Hawaii, as part of a series of interviews with veterans attending the 1998 Americans of Japanese Ancestry Veterans National Convention held in Honolulu, Hawaii. Because of the full conference schedule, the interviews were generally shorter in …

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