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Letter from Kentarō Kaneko to Theodore Roosevelt

Kaneko, Kentarō, 1853-1942
Kentaro Kaneko reports to President Roosevelt about a very well-attended meeting of the America's Friend Society. The Society is composed of all the Japanese who studied or resided in the United States. The Society is responsible for erecting the monument to commemorate the landing of Matthew Perry in Kurikama. Kaneko thinks the meeting was called in appreciation of the success of Roosevelt's peace making policy.
Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), International relations, Diplomatic and consular service, United States. Navy. Asiatic Squadron, Griscom, Lloyd Carpenter, 1872-1959, Perry, Matthew Calbraith, 1794-1858, Rodgers, John, 1812-1882
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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