Nichibei Shinbun

Nichibei Shinbun / 日米新聞 [The Japanese-American News], (San Francisco, CA)

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The Nichibei Shinbun (the Japanese American News in English) was founded in 1899 after the merger of the Hokubei Nippō (North American Daily) and the Sōkō Nihon Shinbun (San Francisco Japan News). It became one of the two major San Francisco–based daily newspapers, along with the Shin Sekai. Under the leadership of Kyūtaro Abiko, the paper advocated the permanent settlement of Japanese in the United States.

『日米新聞』(英語名は『the Japanese American News』)は『北米日報』(英語名は『North American Daily』)と『桑港日本新聞 』(英語名は『San Francisco Japan News』)との合流後、1899年に誕生した。のちに、『新世界』とともにサンフランシスコの邦字新聞の双璧をなした。安孫子久太郎のリーダーシップの下、『日米新聞』は 在米日本人の米国永住を唱えた。

Azuma, Eichiro. “Nichibei Shimbun (newspaper),” Densho Encyclopedia http://encyclopedia.densho.org/Nichibei%20Shimbun%20(newspaper).

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Ichioka, Yuji. 1986. “Abiko Kyūtaro: Eijū o shuchō shita zaibei Nihonjin senkusha安孫子久太郎:永住を主張した在米日本人先駆者.” In Beikoku shoki no Nihongo shinbun 米国初期の日本語新聞, edited by Norio Tamura 田村紀雄 and Shigehiko Shiramizu白水繁彦, 195-231. Tōkyō東京: Keisō Shobō勁草書房.

Ichioka, Yuji. 1988. The Issei : the World of the First Generation Japanese Immigrants, 1885-1924. New York Free Press.

The Nichi Bei Foundation. 2016. An Inspiring Historical Legacy. http://www.nichibei.org/about/nichibeifoundation

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