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AA187C – Week 9 Lecture 2 06/03/2008 14:08:00 Origins of the Freely Associated States 1914-1944 Japan colonizes these islands 1944-1947 US military colonizes these islands 1947-1986 UN and US colonizes these islands 1986 Creation of the FAS 1986 to present FAS exists in “free association” with the US the US allows these islands to travel freely and settle anywhere (seek  employment, education) in the US (unrestricted status as migrants in the US) BUT they are not US citizens unless they choose to be Even though the FAS citizens could buy land, and somewhat”freedom” in the US,  they are still restricted because of their citizenship Hawaii’s situation is complex because of their deep past and relationship with the  US Late 1800s – the migration shifts toward religious affairs (Mormonism) Three Migratory Patterns for Hawaiians: 1. When Hawaii was an independent kingdom (laborers, whalers, fur traders)
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