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WILLIAM WHEELER A Young American Professor in Meiji Japan

WILLIAM WHEELER A Young American Professor in Meiji Japan

  • TETSURŌ TAKASAKI(著)/ Kazue E.Campbell(訳)
  • 1 The Pride of Frontiersmen in America
    • 〈Sketch〉A Band of Fifes and Drums
    • William Wheeler and his Family
    • History of Concord
    • Concord and Unitarianism
    • Transcendentalism and Concord
    • Emerson’s Philosophy
    • Thoreau’s Philosophy
  • 2 Two Williams,Wheeler,the Gifted Student,and President Clark
    • 〈Sketch〉Wheeler Confronts President Clark during a Strike
    • The Youngest Student at the New Massachusetts Agricultural College
    • David P.Penhallow on Clark
    • William Wheeler,Student of Versatile Talent
    • Curriculum at the Agricultural College
    • Wheeler and the Student Strikes
    • Graduation with Honors
    • Jobs after Graduation
  • 3 To Japan,the Land of the Rising Sun
    • 〈Sketch〉Encounter with a Genuine Typhoon
    • Hokkaido at the Beginning of the Meiji Period
    • Kuroda Kiyotaka,the Director of the Kaitakushi
    • Commissioner Capron Offers himself as the Chief Advisor
    • Capron and his Staff
    • Capron Begins his Own Survey
    • A Proposal by Capron for the Establishment of an Agricultural College
    • The Influence of American Education in the Meiji Period
    • A Young and Energetic Civil Engineer in Concord
    • The Establishment of Sapporo Agricultural College
    • Preparations for the Visit to Japan
    • Emerson’s Recommendation
    • The Contact,for Two Years Employment
    • To Japan,the Land of the Rising Sun−from Philadelphia
    • In San Francisco
    • Arriving at Yokohama
    • Meeting with the Leaders of the Kaitakushi
    • Americanized Japanese Youth
    • Grand River Festival with Fire Works in Tokyo
    • Continued Interest in What is Happening in America
  • 4 Arriving at Sapporo
    • 〈Sketch〉A Spirited Arrival
    • Japan,Still in th Grip of Feudalism
    • Saw the Emperor
    • To Hokkaido aboard the Steamer“Gembu‐maru”
    • Tragic Outcome of a Gun Salute
    • To Sapporo on Horseback
    • First Impression of the City of Sapporo
    • Witnessing the First Baptism of a Student
    • The Preparation for Classes
    • Lofty Ambition:the Clark Spirit
    • High Level Students
    • Clark’s Image
    • Clark’s Favorite Hymn
  • 5 Young President of Sapporo Agricultural College
    • 〈Sketch〉Drowning in Mountain Torrent
    • Nicknames
    • Meteorological Observations
    • New System of Meteorological Observations
    • Field Survey in Torrential Downpour
    • As a Civil Engineer and Architect
    • American Style Curriculum
    • Sending Money Home
    • The First New Year in Japan
    • Suggested Change in Contract
    • Advice for Future Railroads in Hokkaido
    • Clark’s Plan for Departure
    • Clark’s Farewell Words were not Recorded by Wheeler
    • Planning to Return Home
    • The Way Clark Left Japan
    • Uchimura Kanzō on“Boys,be Ambitious”
    • Field Campaign during the Summer Vacation
    • The First Year Ends;the Second Summer Begins
    • Reconstruction of the Toyohira Bridge
    • The Second Class of Students have Arrived
    • A Group of Elites
    • Plan to Invite Edward Emerson,the Son of the Philosopher
    • The Farm at Nanae
    • The Contract Issue:No Renewal of Contract for Clark
    • Leave of Absence Officially Granted
    • Before Departing for Home
  • 6 Temporary Absence and Marriage
    • 〈Sketch〉Poem of a Thimble
    • A Temporary Return Home to Marry Fannie Hubbard
    • The Return Trip to Japan Together
    • Back in Japan
    • Enomoto Takaaki’s Visit to Sapporo
    • A Quiet and Undemonstrative Family
    • How a Japanese Official Remembers Fannie
    • The Completion of the Military Hall Designed by Wheeler
    • The First New Year to Celebrate as a Married Couple
    • Big Fire in Sapporo
    • Further Extension of the Stay in Japan to the End of the Year
    • Fannie Takes Pleasure in Riding
    • Field Survey
    • The Departure Draws Near
    • The Day they Left Sapporo
    • In Tokyo
    • The Desire for an Independent Occupation
  • 7 Energetic Pursuit of his Profession at Home
    • 〈Sketch〉Receiving the Order of the Rising Sun
    • Late Civil Engineer to the Imperial Colonial Department,Japan
    • Pursuit of his Interest as an Inventor
    • Pursuit of his Profession as Civil and Hydraulic Engineer
    • Devotion to Public Service
    • On Japanese Education
    • Harvey Wheeler Community Center
    • “Wheeler House”at his Alma Mater
    • The End of a Unique Life
    • Modest Grave
    • The End of Fannie’s Life