Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Hawaii
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Over a thirty year period, approximately 180,000 Japanese citizens came to the Hawaiian Islands to earn money by working on the sugar plantations. The issei (first generation Japanese immigrants) were hoping for better opportunities by going to the new land. Half of them believed in this dream, but the rest did not.
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