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Public schools

Takashi Matsui Interview Segment 3

Comparing education in the United States and Japan

Members of the National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) arranged for and conducted this interview in conjunction with Densho.
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Firwood Grade School

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Sharon Tanagi Aburano Interview I Segment 18

Memories of Bailey Gatzert: the "Good American Citizenship Club"
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Nursery school class, Seattle Buddhist Church

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Shigeko Sese Uno Segment 5

Bailey Gatzert Elementary School, performances at the Nippon Kan Theatre
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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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