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Title Oriental Exclusion: The Effect of American Immigration Laws, Regulations, and Judicial Decisions Upon the Chinese and Japanese on the American Pacific Coast
Author McKenzie, Roderick Duncan (1885-1940)
Date 1928
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois
Reference 325.252 M156
Library / Archive California Historical Society
Description One of a series of monographs prepared in connection with the conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations at Honolulu in July 1927. This study explores the effects of the Exclusion Act of 1924, focusing particularly on the Chinese and Japanese.
Theme(s) Responses to Immigration; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations; Politics, Legislation and Governance
Country (from) China; Japan
Country (to) United States of America
Places Hawaii, United States
Nationality Chinese; Japanese
Keywords emmigration, financial, exclusion, legislature, wages, citizenship, statstics, language, family
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the California Historical Society catalogue.
Language English
Copyright California Historical Society