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Author Rawitsch, Mark Howland, 1950-
Title The house on Lemon Street : Japanese pioneers and the American dream / Mark Howland Rawitsch.
Imprint Boulder, Colo. : University Press of Colorado, 2012.

Author Rawitsch, Mark Howland, 1950-
Series George and Sakaye Aratani Nikkei in the Americas series
George and Sakaye Aratani Nikkei in the Americas series.
Subject Harada, Jukichi, 1875-1944.
Harada, Ken, 1881-1943.
Harada, Jukichi, 1875-1944 -- Family.
Harada, Jukichi, 1875-1944 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Japanese Americans -- California -- Riverside -- Biography.
Immigrants -- California -- Riverside -- Biography.
Riverside (Calif.) -- Biography.
Riverside (Calif.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Japanese Americans -- Civil rights -- Case studies.
Immigrants -- Civil rights -- United States -- Case studies.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Here Is Your Chance -- The Schoolteacher and the Samurai's Daughter -- Here to Stay -- In the Shadow of the Mission Inn -- Pilgrim's Progress -- Little Lamb Gone To Jesus -- The People of California Versus Harada -- World War and a Basket of Apples -- Face to Face -- Keep California White -- The Only Time I See the Sun -- Farewell to Riverside -- Leaving Lemon Street Behind -- Camp -- Blue Bandanas and an Ironwood Club -- From Issei to Nisei -- Questions of Loyalty -- It's Up To You, Medic -- Home -- Epilogue: Sumi's House -- Afterword -- Glossary of Japanese Terms.
Note Print version record.
Summary In 1915, Jukichi and Ken Harada purchased a house on Lemon Street in Riverside, California. Close to their restaurant, church, and children's school, the house should have been a safe and healthy family home. Before the purchase, white neighbors objected because of the Haradas' Japanese ancestry, and the California Alien Land Law denied them real-estate ownership because they were not citizens. To bypass the law Mr. Harada bought the house in the names of his three youngest children, who were American-born citizens. Neighbors protested again, and the first Japanese American court test of the.
Note English.
ISBN 9781607321668 (electronic bk.)
1607321661 (electronic bk.)
9781457117374 (electronic bk.)
1457117371 (electronic bk.)
9781457117350 (electronic bk.)
1457117355 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 40021249369
OCLC # 795127255
Additional Format Print version: Rawitsch, Mark Howland, 1950- House on Lemon Street. Boulder, Colo. : University Press of Colorado, 2012 9781607321651 (DLC) 2012011912 (OCoLC)769429702

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