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Anti-immigration sentiment

Editorial: "Each Race For Its Own"

Full headline: "Each Race For Its Own. America for Americans, Japan for the Japanese."
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Editorial: "European Immigration"

"European Immigration. An Entirely Different Thing From the Invasion of Orientals."
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"Unanimous for Japanese Restriction"

Full headline: "Unanimous For Japanese Restriction. Legislators Are All of One Mind. Governor Pardee Also Is in Full Accord."
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"Mass Meeting is Held By Local Japanese"

Full headline: "Mass Meeting is Held By Local Japanese. Speakers Advise Brown Colonists to Make No Open Fight Against Agitation, and Admit Many Charges Are True."
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May Form League Against the Japs. Central Labor Council Preparing to Organize to Restrict Coming of Orientals. (May 3, 1906)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 3, 1906, p. 18
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Coast Congressmen Unite on Exclusion. Committee is Appointed to Keep Tab on Situation in Reference to Orientals on Pacific. (December 18, 1906)

The Seattle Daily Times, December, 18, 1906, p. 1
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Yellow Peril on Wane Throughout Country. Immigration of Orientals Decreases and United States Actually Losing Japanese. (August 4, 1910)

The Seattle Daily Times, August 4, 1910, p. 10
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Ocean Baby Carriers Are Latest Part of New Japanese System (October 8, 1916)

The Seattle Daily Times, October 8, 1916, p. 21
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Japanese Barred by New Bill. Immigration Quotas Reduced. House Committee Approves Important Provisions of Measure, Including One Writing 'Gentlemen's Agreement' Into Law. (February 6, 1923)

The Seattle Daily Times, February 6, 1923, p. 13
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 45, No. 4 (July 26, 1957)

Select article titles: "TV Critic says Anti-Nisei Films Should be Junked" (p. 1); Aliens seeking adjustment of residence status allowed trips to U.S. possessions; Japanese circus performer can visit Hawaii" (p. 1); Library Named in Memory of Ex-Calif. Issei" (p. 2); "U.S.-Japan gov't cooperation assured for ...
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