Summary 3 - BrianneMcClellan Summary#3 9/15/2010 MWF11:50

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Brianne McClellan Summary #3 9/15/2010 MWF 1-1:50 Hatoyama Haruko was born March 23, 1861 as the youngest of seven children to  Tsutomu, a samurai.  Unlike other girls, even her sisters, she was able to follow the same  curriculum as boys were.  She was given the best possible education because of who her  father was.  Her arranged marriage in 1881 to Hatoyama Kazuo launched her into public  life because he was such a respected and admired man, number four in Japan.  She gave  birth to her first son in 1883 and was a very excellent, intuitive mother.  Her second son  was born a year later and suffered from health problems.  Despite these problems she  returned to work not long after he was born.  She was the one who educated her sons and  did not scold them.  She instead simply made them apologize.  Her vision of the ideal 
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course HIST 467 taught by Professor Ness during the Fall '10 term at St. Cloud.

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Summary 3 - BrianneMcClellan Summary#3 9/15/2010 MWF11:50

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