Uchinanchu: A History of Okinawans in Hawaii
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664pp. September 2009
Uchinanchu: A History of Okinawans in Hawaii
Author: Center for Oral History (University of Hawaii); Hawaii United Okinawa Association;
Uchinanchu is the term used by Okinawan immigrants and their descendants in Hawai‘i to identify themselves as an ethnic group distinct from the Yamatunchu or Naichi of Japan’s four main islands. Though Japanese, linguistic and c
Distributed for the Center for Oral History (University of Hawai‘i) and the Hawai‘i United Okinawa Association
"As a whole, the materials in Uchinanchu present an unprecedented wealth of information on Okinawans. In many respects, this book is really a reference work, but it is one which can be used by the public as well as scholars and which can easily b
Author: Center for Oral History (University of Hawaii); Hawaii United Okinawa Association;



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