The American Merchant Experience in Nineteenth Century Japan

The American Merchant Experience in Nineteenth Century Japan

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American merchants established trading firms in the ports of Yokohama, Kobe and Nagasaki which operated from 1859-1899 until the repeal of the Unequal Treaties. Members of a privileged, semi-colonial community, the merchants formed the largest group of Americans in 19th century Japan. In this first book-length treatment of this group, Kevin Murphy explores their interactions with the Japanese in the treaty port system, how the Japanese leadership manipulated them to its own ends, and how the merchants themselves defined the limitations of American business in Japan through their ambiguous but deep concern with order and opportunity, restraint and dominance, and conservatism and dominance.In Japan, I extend my appreciationto Hisamaro Kanan of Japan Microfilm Service Center Company, Inc., who ... I also think nowof my brother-in-law Ed Naylor, whoselifewas thestudy in understanding and service inhisworld that I hope thisbookanbsp;...

Title:The American Merchant Experience in Nineteenth Century Japan
Author: Kevin C. Murphy
Publisher:Routledge - 2004-08-02

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