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Oral histories of early Filipino migrants to Hawaii: S. Foronda

By S. Foronda, Michael Cullinane, Fe Susan Go, Steffi San Buenaventura and Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies University of Michigan

Abstract

Recorded September 1979. Oral history interviews collected as part of a project of the University of Michigan Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation, on "U.S.-Philippine Interactions as Reflected in Oral Histories." Interviews were conducted by 3 graduate students: Michael Cullinane (Doctoral Candidate, History, University of Michigan), Steffi San Buenaventura (Doctoral Candidate, American Studies, University of Hawaii), and Fe Susan Go (Masters candidate, South East Asian Studies, University of Michigan). Interviewees included 17 early Filipino migrants to Hawaii, in particular those who had joined the Filipino Federation of America (founded by Hilario Camino Moncado in 1925 in Los Angeles)

Topics: Filipino Americans, Hawaii, Filipino Federation of America, Sugar Workers
Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI: Digital Library Production Service (DLPS), University of Michigan
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:deepblue.lib.umich.edu:2027.42/107430
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