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Los Angeles has prided itself as a city living on the edge, always setting the trend for the rest of America. Indeed, it became a magnet for many Americans fleeing Midwestern farms, southern plantations, Indian reservations, and east coast cities searching for a new life. Perhaps more than any other metropolis, L.A. is a city of neighborhoods defined by foreign immigration. One such neighborhood, Little Tokyo, has become the center of an effort to preserve the story of Japanese Americans.
Freeman, D. W. (2001). A Closer Look at the Japanese American National Museum. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/35
Date Posted: 21 December 2006