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Anti-immigration sentiment

Hawaiian Japanese Coming to Vancouver (September 13, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, September 13, 1907, p. 5
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The Jap Tidal Wave. (May 4, 1900)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 4, 1900, p. 9
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Brazil Gets First of Japanese Emigrants (June 5, 1913)

The Seattle Daily Times, June 5, 1913, p. 16
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Odd Immigration Tests Proposed. Using Soldier as Basis of Comparison, Asiatics Can All Be Shut Aut [Out], Secretary of Labor Declares. Same Standard Would Also Eliminate Others. (January 23, 1914)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 23, 1914, p. 8
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Wants Japanese Totally Barred. Californian Denounces Plan to Restrict Immigration on Percentage Basis. Scores Gulick Scheme. (June 15, 1919)

The Seattle Daily Times, June 15, 1919, p. 13
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Trouble Caused by Japanese Question. Immigration Inspector C. W. Snyder of Los Angeles, Says Orientals Are to Blame For Much of Bad Feeling (July 17, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 17, 1907, p. 9
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General -- All Stirred Up. San Francisco Labor Unions Get After Japanese Labor. (July 22, 1901)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 22, 1901, p. 4
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"Board of Education Will Have Japanese Schools"


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"Brown Men an Evil in the Public Schools"


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"Press and Public Unite Against the Jap"

Full headline: "Press and Public Unite Against the Jap. Press of State Wakens Commonwealth's Danger. 'Chronicle' Receives Strong Editorial Indorsement."
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