doc Judge Mikio Uchiyama (ddr-csujad-8-78)
Oral history interview with Judge Mikio Uchiyama. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Uchiyama, Judge Miko
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 24 (June 11, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-24)
Selected article titles: "Passage of Immigration Bill (S 500) Urged by JACL at Senate Hearing" (p.1-3), "History Project: Issei Coal Miners of Carbon County, Utah" (p.1), "Councilman Wing Luke" (p.2), "Voting Rights Amendment May Aid Hawaiians" (p.3), "Role of the Women's Auxilliary" (p.3), "Buddhist Women Attend International Conference in New ...
img Japanese Camp at Latuda (ddr-densho-162-19)
Housing for Japanese coal miners.
img Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-12)
These Issei men worked together on the railroads and in the coal mines in Wyoming.
img Issei man and son in front of home (ddr-densho-113-28)
Masajiro immigrated from Japan to Vancouver, BC in 1900 and eventually made his way to Rock Springs, Wyoming where he worked as a coal miner. His son Masato joined him in 1912. (L to R): Masajiro Uyeda, Masato Uyeda.
doc Letter from Michi Weglyn to Frank Chin, August 27, 1997 (ddr-csujad-24-75)
A letter from Michi Weglyn to Frank Chin in which Weglyn writes about the death of her husband Walter and thanks Chin for his support. Weglyn also writes about her support for railroad and mine workers. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: chi_06_001
doc Drove Japs Out. Colorado Miners Become Enraged at Importation of Oriental Labor. (February 13, 1902) (ddr-densho-56-26)
The Seattle Daily Times, February 13, 1902, p. 3
doc Miners Hate Orientals. Residents of Goldfield Order Chinese and Japanese Workmen to Leave the Camp. (December 18, 1904) (ddr-densho-56-48)
The Seattle Daily Times, December 18, 1904, p. 16
img Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-13)
These Issei men worked together on the railroad in the coal mines in Wyoming.