Uchinanchu, a History of Okinawans in Hawaii
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. This book describes through interviews what it was like to pull up roots in their homeland and make lives in the islands.
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History of Okinawa Mitsugu Sakihara
Visiting Ryukyu Kan Niizuma
Immigrants Settle in Hawaii
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