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Joseph Heco (born September 20, 1837 – December 12, 1897) was the first Japanese person to be naturalized as a United States citizen and the first to publish a Japanese language newspaper.

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Nankai kibun / Aoki Sadatō cho. Tōkō kibun / Iwasaki Toshiaki cho. Hikozō hyōryūki / Hamada Hikozō cho. Ikeda Akira kaisetsu, yaku
南海紀聞 / 青木定遠[興勝] 著. 東航紀聞 / 岩崎俊章著. 彦蔵漂流記 / 浜田彦蔵著 ; 池田晧解說・訳
by Aoki, Okikatsu, 1762-1812
青木興勝, 1762-1812
Tōkyō : Yūshōdō Shuppan, 1991
東京 : 雄松堂出版, 1991
 
 
Josefu Hiko Kaigai shinbun / [hensha Josefu Hiko Kinenkai, Waseda Daigaku]
ジョセフ彦海外新聞 / [編者ジョセフ彦記念会, 早稲田大学]
Tōkyō : Waseda Daigaku shuppanbu, Shōwa 52 [1977]
東京 : 早稲田大学出版部, 昭和52 [1977]
 
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