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Anti-immigration sentiment

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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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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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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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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Discriminatory laws

Buys Land for Aliens. Former U.S. Inspector on Trial for Fraud. (July 1, 1924)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 1, 1924, p. 10
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Interracial Marriages Will Be Null and Void (January 31, 1911)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 31, 1911, p. 9
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Wilson Personally Asks California Not to Violate Treaties. Confident People and Legislature of State Will Not Designedly Embarrass National Government. Adverse Laws Should Be Directed at All Aliens. (April 22, 1913)

The Seattle Daily Times, April 22, 1913, p. 1
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Alien Land Bill Up to Governor. Opposition Told That President-Elect Will Not Refer to Japanese Question. (March 3, 1921)

The Seattle Daily Times, March 3, 1921, pp. 1, 2
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Japanese Evade Anti-Alien Law. Utilize Services of Whites as Dummy Incorporators in Organizing Companies. Phelan Exposes Record. (April 5, 1919)

The Seattle Daily Times, April 5, 1919, p. 9
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