Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese American Family Character Descriptions

Yoshiko Uchida
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Yoshiko Uchida

This person is the author of Desert Exile.

Dwight Uchida

This person moved to California from Hawaii in 1906.

Keiko Uchida

This person was eager to pursue her education and struggles with being Japanese.

Iku Uchida

This person was a Christian who came to the United States to be married.

The Issei

These people were first-generation Japanese-American immigrants to the United States who did not receive United States citizenship until 1952.

The Nisei

These people were second-generation Japanese-Americans whose parents immigrated to the United States.

M. Furuya

This person was an entrepreneur who owned a general merchandise store in Seattle.

Katsu Uchida

This person suffered pain that was relieved by moxibustion.

Frank Knox

This person was the United States Secretary of the Navy.

Earl Warren

This person was the attorney general of California.

John Rankin

This person was a United States congressman who urged putting all Japanese in...

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