The house on Lemon Street: Japanese pioneers and the American dream

Date
2012
Authors
Rawitsch, Mark Howland, author
University Press of Colorado, publisher
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Abstract
Discusses the little known early-twentieth century court battle of Jukichi and Ken Harada, Japanese immigrants, to keep their home in Riverside, California, which they purchased in 1915 in the names of their three young American-born children because the California Alien Land Law prohibited immigrants from owning real estate.
Description
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Rights Access
Access is limited to the Adams State University, Colorado State University, Colorado State University Pueblo, Community College of Denver, Fort Lewis College, Metropolitan State University Denver, Regis University, University of Alaska Fairbanks, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Colorado Denver, University of Denver, University of Northern Colorado, University of Wyoming, Utah State University and Western Colorado University communities only.
Subject
Japanese Americans -- California -- Riverside -- Biography
Immigrants -- California -- Riverside -- Biography
Japanese Americans -- Civil rights -- Case studies
Immigrants -- Civil rights -- United States -- Case studies
Riverside (Calif.) -- Biography
Riverside (Calif.) -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century
Harada, Jukichi, 1875-1944
Harada, Ken, 1881-1943
Harada, Jukichi -- Family
Harada, Jukichi -- Trials, litigation, etc.
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