by / on March 29, 2011 at 3:24 am / in The Protestant Missions

In 1867 hundreds of Japanese went to Hawaii!

  Running the sugar plantations       As early as 1867 a company of several hundred Japanese had gone to Hawaii, where they found employment on sugar plantations. When the Imperial Government was established in power, it for a long time did not favor the emigration of its subjects; but in 1885 a treaty negotiated with Hawaii opened the […]

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