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Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933): agriculturalist, scholar, Quaker, philosopher, statesman, educator.Inazo Nitobe was educated at Sapporo Agricultural College, University of Tokyo, Johns Hopkins, and University of Halle (Germany). Early in his life he expressed the desire to be a “bridge over the Pacific” and he devoted much of his life to promoting trust and understanding between the United States and Japan.- - -Main works in English of Inazo Nitobe held in the UBC LibraryBushido: the soul of Japan- an exposition of Japanese thought. With an introduction by William Elliot Griffis. Rutland, Vt.: C. E. Tuttle Co., [reprint 1969] E-version of Bushido from Project Gutenberg.Reminiscences of childhood in the early days of modern Japan by Inazo Nitobe- with introduction and comments by Mary Patterson Elkinton Nitobé. Tokyo, Mazuren company, Ltd. 1934.The Japanese nation, its land, its people, and its life, with special consideration to its relations with the United States. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources [reprint 1973]Western influences in modern Japan- a series of papers on cultural relations, by Inazo Nitobe and others. Chicago, Ill., The University of Chicago press [c1931]The works of Inazo Nitobe. [Tokyo] University of Tokyo Press Japan, some phases of her problems and development. New York, Scribner, 1931 [London Ernest Benn limited 1931].Use and study of foreign languages in Japan. Geneva League of Nations. Undated.Lectures on Japan- an outline of the development of the Japanese people and their culture, by Inazo Nitobé. [Tokyo, Kenkyusha, 1936] Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1938.