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The Development of the Anti-Japanese Agitation in the United States

Raymond Leslie Buell
Political Science Quarterly
Vol. 37, No. 4 (Dec., 1922), pp. 605-638
DOI: 10.2307/2142459
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2142459
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Third annual message, December 6, 1852, Messages and Papers of the President (Bureau of National Literature edition), p. 2703
    • Chapman, A History of California (1921), chapter iv
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Treat, Japan and the United States (I92I), p. 253
    • The Early Diplomatic Rela- tions between the United States and Japan 1853-I865 (I9I7)
    • Satow, A Diplomat in Japan (I92I)
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    Carey, A History of Japanese Immigration, unpublished manuscript taken from Japanese sources, furnished me by Dr. G. W. Hinman
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    Ichihashi, Japanese Immigration, Its Status in California (I9I6), p. 7
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    Yoshida, " Sources and Causes of Japanese Emigration," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 34, no. 2, p. 162
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    oolidge, Chinese Immigration (1909), pp. 384-385
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    Testimony of J. P. Irish, Hearings before Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, H. of R., Japanese Immigration (Government Printing Office, 1921), pp. 43-44
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    Rice, Immigration of Japanese, House Doc. No. 686, 56th Congress, Ist sess., May I4, 1900, p. 4
  • 2
    Tihird Report of the Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii, Bulletin of Bureau of Labor, no. 66, September, 1906, p. 505
  • 3
    Rice, op. cit., p. 5
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    Yoshida, op. cit., pp. 160, i6i
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    San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 1905
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    1bid., March 7, 1900
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    Ibid., May 30, 1900
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    ibid., May 8, 1900
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    Ninth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, I899-I9oo, p. 15
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    San Francisco Chronicle, January 9, 1901
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    Statement of K. Uyeno, Japanese Consul-General, San Francisco Chronicle, April 5, 1905
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    Eaves, A History of California Labor Legislation (1910), p. 50 et seq
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    Hichborn, "The System ", as Uncovered by the S. F. Graft Prosecutiont (19I5), p. 11 n
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    San Francisco Chronicle, September 22, 1901
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    Fremont Older, My Own Story (I9I9), p. 23
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    Third Report, Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii, cited, p. 503
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    Senate Documents, vol. 22, 6ist Cong., 3rd sess., I9IO-II
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    Immtigration Commission Reports (42 vols., I9II), vol. 23, p. I5
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    Third Report of Commissionter of Labor on Hawaii, p. 378
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    San Francisco Chronicle, March 16, 1905
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    ibid., March 23, 1906
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    Senate Joint Reso- lution, No. Io, California Statutes, i9o, p. io6o
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    Los Angeles Times, March 23, 1913
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    Messages and Papers of the President, p. 7388
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    San Francisco Chronicle, December 7, 1905
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    Malloy, Treaties, Conventions, etc. of the United States, p. 1030
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Messages and Papers of the President, pp. 4470-4471
    • The Head Money Cases, II2 U. S. 580
    • Cherokee Tobacco Case, ii Wall. 6i6
    • Fong Yue Ting, v. U. S., I49 U. S. 698
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    Immigration Commission Reports, vol. 23, p. 200 et seq
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    Senate Document No. 147, 59th Con- gress, 2nd session
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    Political Code of the State of California, p. 379
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    San Francisco Chronicle, October 23, 1905
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    Messages and Papers of the President, pp.7434-7436
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    Senate Document 147, 59th Congress, 2nd session
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Oakland Tribune, January 20, 1907
    • Johnson, Discrimination Against the Japanese, p. 23
  • 1
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Plessy v. Ferguson, I63 U. S. 537
    • McCabe v. A. T. &' S. F. Ry., 235 U. S. I5I
    • Berea College v. Kentucky, 211 U. S. 45
    • Freund, Police Power (I904), sec. 698
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    Malloy, Treaties, Conventions, tltc. of the United States, p. 1030
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    Editorial, December 5, I906
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    H. R. i6o and H. R. 8975, 59th Congress, 2nd session
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    Senate Document No. 147, 59th Congress, 2nd session
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    Editorial, December 8, I906
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    The New York Times, January 11, 1922
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    Hichborn, op. cit., pp. 127-I28
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • San Francisco Call, February 11, 1907
    • Johnson, op. cit., p. 13
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    Theodore Roosevelt-An Autobiography (1913), p. 379
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    34 Stat. 898, c. I I34, par. I
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    Rule 2I, Immigration Regulations, Department of Commerce and Labor, Doc. No. 78, Immigration Laws and Regulations of July *, 1907 (1907)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • letter to Secretary Root, July 13, 1907
    • Bishop, Theodore Roosevelt and His Time, Shown in His Letters (1920), Vol. II, p. 65
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    Bishop, op. cit., p. 64
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    San Francisco Chronicle, January 5, 1908
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    W. G. Smith, A Study in Canadian Immi- gration (I920), p. 156
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    W. L. MacKenzie King, deputy minister of labor, III-VII, Oriental Immigration, 9-Io Edward VII, Sessional paper No. 36, p. 77
  • 2
    Ibid., pp. 99-00
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    Reports of Department of Commerce and Labor, I908, "Report of Com- missioner-General of Immigration, pp. 221-222
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    Reports of the Immigration Commission, vol. 23, pp. 137-I38
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    Johnson, op. cit., p. 18