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The second son in a large family, early in his life he was exposed to local dating in Lauderdale MN influences of family and culture. His mother, a devout church-goer, instilled in Griffis a profound faith and confidence in Christianity. His father was a coal merchant, involved in weird Corona CA dating profiles rapid expansion of international trade in the burgeoning nineteenth-century American economy, traveling as far away as Europe, Africa, China and the Philippines.

Among the ificant events of his early life, Griffis later recounted with pride his witnessing, from his father's shoulders, the launching in of the U. Susquehannathe largest steamship then built, which was soon to be used by Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry as flagship on the historic mission to open the far-away island empire of Japan. Again, Griffis recollected, in he was in the crowd of admirers when the first Japanese emissary to the U.

Griffis served briefly in the Civil War in Pennsylvania's 44th Regiment. After the war, aware that advancement in his chosen fields of divinity and letters required higher education, Griffis entered Rutgers College in the class of It was at Rutgers notwithstanding his earlier brushes with the East that Griffis first became properly aware of Japan.

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A classmate and close comrade was Robert Pruyn, Jr. Pruyn, the successor of Townsend Harris as U. Minister to Japan from to Among Griffis's and Pruyn's activities at Rutgers, their founding of the Rutgers Targum is memorable. Of much greater ificance, however, was the appearance at Rutgers of the first Japanese students to come to the U. The first Japanese students in Yonkers NY ozawa dating U. Soon ed by others, notably the brilliant Kusakabe Taro and the flashy Soogiwoora Ko-Zo Hatakeyama Yoshinari, later briefly to be Superintendent of the Kaisei Gakko in Tokyothese students formed the nucleus of a thriving community of expatriate Japanese, ambitious and proud young men determined to master Western learning truth dating Miami Florida women the benefit of their emerging nation.

Not only did Griffis move in the same social circles as the Japanese, but also tutored local sex Beaumont of them, including Kusakabe, in English and Latin. Reiley of the Rutgers Grammar school: the applicant was to go to the province of Echizen in Japan, whose Daimyo, Matsudaira Shungaku, was among the most forward-looking Japanese statesmen of the pre-Meiji period.

Griffis, perhaps still unsure of his professional course after a year at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, but undoubtedly fascinated by the possibilities, accepted and sailed for Japan. He arrived in Echizen in earlyteaching there for a year before moving to Tokyo, where he taught English and Chemistry for three years at the Kaisei Gakko later Tokyo University.

In Tokyo, he was ed by his sister Margaret Clark Griffis, who also worked as a teacher and participated in the modern revolution Myrtle Beach SC ladies dating Japanese women's education and whose papers are also preserved in the Griffis Collection.

Griffis's work in Echizen renamed Fukuiat the Kaisei Gakko, and his contributions to educational reform have been discussed by historians.

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Of at least equal ificance, however, was Griffis's freelance work in Japan. Traveling widely, and moving in social circles with missionaries and other yatoi as well as with the elite of the early Meiji government, Griffis worked from the beginning with the awareness that in Japan, he had a subject for which his methods of working were well-suited.

He immediately began writing for the popular press, both the English-language press in Japan and for American periodicals and reference books. Inhe returned to the U. And this proved to be the case, West Columbia hookup was demonstrated by the publication in of The Mikado's Empire.

The book, the first monograph to treat Japanese history and culture systematically for an American and British audience, met with immediate critical and popular success, and eventually went through twelve editions. Griffis's subsequent career was built on this success. After studying at Union Theological Seminary to realize his goal of becoming a minister, he embarked on a fifty-year career Nashville Tennessee dates ideas preaching, lecturing, and writing.

Yonkers NY ozawa dating authored over fifty books and innumerable journal articles and entries in encyclopedias and reference books, including a great many on Japan, the Far East, and the American role in the Pacific.

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Over the same period, Griffis maintained his contacts both with Japanese students and associates as well as with other Westerners involved in work with Japan, including missionaries and yatoi foreign employees of the Japanese government. He was part of what today would be called a Japanese-American network. In Yonkers NY ozawa dating, Griffis made a return visit to Japan.

He died the following year. The collection also includes approximately cubic feet of unprocessed material assembled by Griffis that documents Holland; New York State and American history including the Sullivan Expedition against the Iroquois ; and many other topics. Document types include papers, publications, photographs, ephemera and artifacts created and collected by William Elliot Griffis, one of the first foreign employees yatoi of the Japanese Government during the second half of the 19th century, and the foremost interpreter of Japanese culture for the American public from to the First World War.

Over a fifty-year period spanning the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, William Elliot Griffis was well known as a popular author and lecturer, a "Japan hand" who was perhaps the foremost American expert on Japan and the Far East free Scottsdale AZ women fucking on American relations sex meet in North Carolina East Asia.

After returning to the United States inGriffis embarked on a career writing and lecturing on Japan and related subjects.

His volume The Mikado's Empire was for decades the authoritative reference in the West on Japanese culture and history. The entire range of his output is represented in the Griffis Collection at Rutgers. Manuscripts, in various stages of completion, are ed by copious notes on Griffis's many projects and interests: Japan, its history and religion; Korea and China; important figures in the history of Japanese-U. Hepburn and Samuel Robbins Brown; fine and applied arts; folklore; current events and world affairs; biblical literature; theology and the challenges offered Christianity by its exposure to the religions and cultures of the East, and creative date ideas in Odessa TX on.

In addition to the considerable dating Grove OK breakers for women of Griffis's own work, his working subject files contain remarkable source materials on the various issues in which he was interested. The materials Griffis gathered, even more abundant and broad-ranging than those he himself produced, include numerous items rare or unique to the collection and of great historical interest.

Among them, notably, are not only s of very rare printed materials in Japanese—books, pamphlets, maps—from the late Tokugawa and Meiji periods, but also nearly manuscript essays written in English by Japanese students of Griffis and Margaret Griffis, on numerous subjects: growing up in pre-Meiji Japan; Japanese history including contemporary free checking Gainesville ok ; customs; games; date North Dakota girl occupations and crafts; religion, folklore and superstitions.

Another valuable asset of the Griffis papers is their reflection of the popular image of Japan in the American public as it developed up to the turn of the century and beyond. Furthermore the papers' extensive documentation of the American popular press Griffis carefully saved notices and reviews of his own and others' workand his personal contacts with publishers and audiences, offer a close view of nineteenth-century American popular and intellectual culture.

As a result of his work as a public speaker the collection contains many materials in media besides print, notably photographs, lantern slides, and oversize material including maps, prints, broides, and posters. The collection also includes a small group of artifacts that Griffis acquired in Japan. Parts Yonkers NY ozawa dating the Griffis Collection were microfilmed in The microfilm has now been digitized and is available at Rutgers and by subscription through the Area Studies: Japan Appleton executive dating.

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Because the Griffis Collection is used so frequently by visiting groups, some originals and reproductions of particular Chicago messages for online dating have been separated and stored in Boxes X, Z, and the Fukui Exhibition box.

At that time, the collection had been closed to researchers due to its deteriorating condition. The collection had come to Rutgers University in a series of accessions between and many of the most valuable parts of the collection had been processed and segregated from the body of the collection, but in several stages Fontana CA ladies dating online different points in the collection's history.

Research and arrangement of early accessions had been done by Frederick Welden notably on the Brunton Manuscriptwith the support of the American Council for Learned Societies, in the s; and many areas of the collection of personal interest held by the family and presented to Rutgers in later accessions had been researched by Griffis's granddaughter, Katherine G.

The collection arrangement, while a fascinating object study in the complex and nuanced history of a rich manuscript collection such as this one, had become cumbersome, reflecting the various organization schemes introduced by this granny dating Queens NY, and later archivists', placed over the last remaining vestiges of Griffis's original arrangement of his papers - which clearly had itself been opportunistic and haphazard.

When the project began, the first thirty-five or forty boxes contained the catalogued "William Elliot Griffis Far East Collection," a broad mix of materials, sorted into a subject arrangement and listed by box contents. Heavily used by researchers, the Far East Collection had been instituted in the early s by Prof.

It was dating Valley AL women scams a portion of the entire collection, however, Yonkers NY ozawa dating continued to be added to, with new accessions eventually amounting to nearly manuscript boxes in all. Many boxes in the collection, containing voluminous research materials of less immediate interest primarily Griffis's America and Europe researches remained unsorted and undocumented. In preparation for the grant applications that led to the grant, a collection survey, the first to be comprehensive, was conducted in by Ruth Simmons and Project Archivist Wendell Piez.

While the Burks-Cooperman arrangement was more than adequate for the purposes of researchers at that time, it was not all-inclusive, and although most important materials were accessible, documentation was not sufficient to prevent the necessity of researchers' combing through materials in an attempt to locate specific items. This practice was having a deleterious effect on many of these fragile, acidic materials. The Title II-C Online dating NJ guys, which supported the employment of a Project Hook up in Canton and the application of electronic text technologies for producing and searching finding aids, enabled comprehensive processing of the collection at a level hitherto impossible in the case of many series, at the item level.

While this rearrangement ran the risk of obscuring Griffis's own arrangement even further than it had already been, it was judged to be necessary to address preservation concerns. Issues of original order are addressed, to some extent, in Series Descriptions and in any case the researcher can refer to the survey to discern the collection arrangement when this project began.

Although the full two-year Title II-C Griffis Project had to be curtailed to one year due to the termination of the Yonkers NY ozawa dating program inthese objectives of arrangement and description have been largely achieved. The current group and series arrangement was decided, all boxes systematically reviewed, and Japan and Far East-related materials removed to this arrangement.

The project was reduced in size and scope by relegating, again, the America-Europe boxes to a less highly processed group. Full listings were created in the process of sorting and rehousing. They are divided into four groups. The main group, William Elliot Griffis materials, comprises the greatest bulk of the collection: it contains Griffis's own writings as they survive in print blind date Phoenix Arizona manuscript with the exception of West Virginia online dating profile bound volumes catalogued in the X-GRIF section of the Rare Books Collection, which fell outside the purview of this projectnotebooks, diaries, research notes, as well as extensive materials collected by him in the course of his researches or as memorabilia.

Group II, Margaret Clark Griffis Materials, contains the extant diaries of Griffis's sister, ificant because of her work in the earliest period of the dating a Nebraska athlete education of Japanese women a copy of her Native Trenton woman dating contract also appears in the group.

Group IV is a highly important group: it contains manuscript materials collected by Griffis, not as part of his own researches some materials of this kind appear in Group Ibut rather in the course of his work as an editor or intermediary. The Richard Henry Brunton manuscript appears in this series, as do ificant works such as memoirs and journals by missionaries James Ballagh and Samuel Robbins Brown; manuscripts in English by Japanese literary figures; scrapbooks on Polar Exploration by Captain Silas Bent a member of the Perry Expedition to Japan of ; and others.

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Letters from Expats in Greensboro dating to Harada Tasuku President of Doshisha Universitywhich were accessioned into the Griffis Collection inare also included in this group. Also held in the Griffis Collection, but not strictly belonging to it, are materials relegated to the category Griffis-Related Materials. This is a very open category, including materials routinely useful to new researchers such as Griffis Collection-related materials from the University Archivesplus those materials stemming from researchers' work on the collection which were actually sorted from the collection in the process of arrangement.

A larger quantity of such material, of minimal value to present researchers, remains undescribed.

A survey of these boxes, updated from the Collection Survey, is available to researchers for consultation as an appendix to this Finding Aid. This section provides descriptions of the materials found within each series. Each series description is followed by a virtual date girls Huntsville AL list, which gives the titles of the "containers" for example, folders, volumes, or cassettes and their locations in the ed boxes that comprise the collection.

The availability of any digital items from a container is indicated with a hyperlink. Rutgers University Libraries. Special Collections and University Archives.

Observes the launching of the U. Susquehanna in Philadelphia. The Susquehannathe largest steamship yet commissioned by the U. Navy, was to be Commodore M. Perry's flagship on the Naval Expedition to Japan. Graduates with A. Named Superintendent of Education in Echizen. InGriffis's sister Margaret Clark Griffis s him in Tokyo, and is appointed teacher, and then principal, of the first government school for girls to become the Tokyo Female Sex date Oceanside School.

They Rapids dating scene autobiographical manuscript materials excluding the series "Vignettes of Memory," part of which appears in PUBLISHED WORKS ; newspaper clippings referring to Griffis or reviewing his lectures or books, found either loose grouped loosely in folders or pasted into Kraft-paper bindings these bound items are listed at the end of the series ; ephemeral materials, such as items pertaining to his pastorates in Boston the Shawmut Congregational Church and Ithaca; listings of Griffis's library holdings, Rutgers Targum articles, and various miscellaneous materials of a similar nature.

Rutgers Targum articles about Griffis. Griffis meishi or address slips? Targum information solicitation for "Rutgers Graduates in Japan," []. Griffis is challenged on a claim of authority priority as a yatoi.