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America's Frown Has Put End to Japanese Colonization Scheme. President Taft Submits to Senate Statement by Knox Announcing Attitude Assumed by United States. Sale of Property in Mexico Discouraged. (May 1, 1912)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 1, 1912, pp. 1, 4
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Washington Regards Situation as Grave (September 10, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, September 10, 1907, p. 5
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Would Exclude Asiatic Labor. Senator Phelan Wants Democratic Convention to Adopt Anti-Oriental Plank. To Protect Oil Lands. (June 18, 1920)

The Seattle Daily Times, June 18, 1920, p. 4
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The Japanese Tidal Wave (April 24, 1900)

The Seattle Daily Times, April 24, 1900, p. 1
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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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Alien Bill Awaits Coolidge's Action. Japanese Exclusion Voted by Both Houses With Majorities Sufficient to Override Veto Easily. (May 16, 1924)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 16, 1924, pp. 1, 12
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Japanese Immigrants Supplied With Maps. Former Secretary of Consulate at Vancouver, B.C., Declares His Countrymen Bound for Washington. (November 14, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, November 14, 1907, p. 14
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Swarms of Asiatics Coming to This Land (September 26, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, September 26, 1907, p. 10
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To Bar Japanese. Senator Phelan Introduces Bill to Exclude All Nipponese Laborers. (October 11, 1919)

The Seattle Daily Times, October 11, 1919, p. 16
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Hawaiian Japanese Coming to Vancouver (September 13, 1907)

The Seattle Daily Times, September 13, 1907, p. 5
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