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The white plum, a biography of Ume Tsuda

pioneer in the higher education of Japanese women

by Yoshiko Furuki

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Published by Weatherhill in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Tsuda, Umeko, 1864-1929.,
    • Tsuda-juku Daigaku -- History.,
    • Women educators -- Japan -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Yoshiko Furuki.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA2383.J32 T784 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1539379M
      ISBN 100834802430
      LC Control Number91017905

      Tsuda volunteered his daughter, Ume, to join this mission and thus, she and four other girls left Japan in when Ume was only six years old. 3 After arriving in San Francisco, the young girls traveled east to Washington D.C.   Yoshiko Furuki, The White Plum: A Biography of Ume Tsuda, Pioneer of Women’s Higher Education in Japan, Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, , 35 Sarah Boston Women Workers and the Trade Unions, New Revised Edition; London, Lawrence and Wishart Ltd, ,

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The book seems to have accurately researched the original letters from which most of this biography is sourced but then it is written with a detached perspective. Ume Tsuda should have written her own biography or had a close friend write it during her lifetime because this is so dry and by: 7.

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The White Plum: A Biography of Ume Tsuda, Pioneer of Women's Higher Education in JapanAuthor: Yoshiko Furuki. The White Plum: A Biography of Ume Tsuda. Posted on J by leahmama1. What made this book interesting for me was Ume’s observations upon returning to Japan in She was basically an all-American girl, brought up to express herself freely and believe in her own worth.

I could identify with her as an American coming into this. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

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Book Description: At the age of six, Ume Tsuda (), the daughter of a progressive samurai, was sent on a mission by the Japanese government with four other girls to the United States.

Their noble task was to first educate themselves in modern ways and Western learning, and then return to bring that gift to their sisters in Japan.

Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Furuki, Yoshiko. White plum, a biography of Ume Tsuda. New York: Weatherhill, At the age of six, Ume Tsuda (), the daughter of a progressive samurai, was sent on a mission by the Japanese government with four other girls to the United States.

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[Yoshiko Furuki]. Description of the book "The White Plum: A Biography of Ume Tsuda, Pioneer of Womenaes Higher Education in Japan": At the age of six, Ume Tsuda () was sent on a mission by the Japanese government to the United States with four other girls.

The white plum: a biography of Ume Tsuda: pioneer of women's higher education in Japan. Responsibility Yoshiko Furuki. Edition [Second edition]. At the age of six, Ume Tsuda () was sent on a mission by the Japanese government to the United States with four other girls.

Their task was first to educate themselves in modern ways and. One particularly influential educator was Tsuda Ume (), a samurai daughter and founder of Tsuda College (Tsuda Juku Daigaku), who led an extraordinary life during the Meiji Era ().

At the age of six, Tsuda was part of a government mission which sent five girls to the United States to study the role and education of American women.

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Tsuda Sen (津田 仙, August 6, – Ap ) was a politician, educator and writer in Meiji period Japan. He was one of the founders of Aoyama Gakuin university, and the father of noted author Tsuda Umeko.

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