Search for: "Japanese -- California"

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TitleSubtitleAuthorFormatCall No.
Born Free and EqualPhotographs of the Loyal Japanese-Americans at Manzanar Relocation Center, Inyo County, CaliforniaAdams, AnselBook940.547 Ad17b
Ojisan hyōryūki in Kariforuniagendai Amerika no imin monogatariIshimatsu, HisayukiBookJAPANESE 895.645 Is36o
Deyō ka Nippon onna 31-saiYamamoto, MichikoBook917.94 Y14d
The Japanese Problem in CaliforniaHarada, TasukuBook325.252 H212j 1971
Discrimination Against the Japanese in CaliforniaA Review of the Real SituationJohnson, Herbert B.Book325.252 J632d 1971
California and the Oriental: Japanese, Chinese and HindusReport of State Board of Control of California to Gov. Wm. D. Stephens. June 19, 1920. Rev. to January 1, 1922. Scaramento, California State Printing Office, 1922California. State Board of ControlBook325.251 C121c 1970
The Mental Capacity of American-born Japanese ChildrenDarsie, Marvin LloydBook325.252 D254m 1967
Report of the Senate Fact-Finding Committee on Japanese ResettlementCreated by Senate Resolution No. 122, 1943California. Legislature. Senate. Fact-Finding Committee on Japanese ResettlementBook940.5308 C128r
Partial Report of Senate Fact-finding Committee on Japanese ResettlementCalifornia. Legislature. Senate. Fact-Finding Committee on Japanese ResettlementBook940.5308 C128p
The Real Japanese CaliforniaPajus, JeanBook325.252 P169r
[Documents on Japanese Immigration Into California]California Joint Immigration CommitteeBook325.252 C12
Public School Education of Second-generation Japanese in CaliforniaBell, ReginaldBook370.15 L53 v.1 no.3
Theodore Roosevelt and the Japanese-American CrisesAn Account of the International Complications Arising From the Race Problem on the Pacific CoastBailey, Thomas AndrewBook327.7305 B1558t
Japanese in CaliforniaBased on A Ten Per Cent Survey of Japanese in California and Documentary Evidence From Many SourcesStrong, Edward K.Book370.15 L53 v.1 no.2
The Japanese Problem in CaliforniaRacial Relations and the Second Generation. The Aftermath of Japanese ImmigrationMcClatchy, V. S.eBookEBOOK INTERNET ARCHIVE
The Law Affecting Japanese Residing in the State of CaliforniaElliot, Albert H.Book325.252 EL57L
The Japanese Problem in CaliforniaRacial Relations and the Second Generation. The Aftermath of Japanese ImmigrationMcClatchy, V. S.Book327.52 J27:2
Resident Orientals on the American Pacific CoastTheir Legal and Economic StatusMears, Eliot GrinnelleBookEBOOK INTERNET ARCHIVE
Resident Orientals on the American Pacific CoastTheir Legal and Economic StatusMears, Eliot GrinnellBook325.252 M46r
The Japanese in CaliforniaResults Following Alien Land Law Enforcement. The State's Attitude Had Ten Conditions Which Provoked the LawMcClatchy, V. S.eBookEBOOK INTERNET ARCHIVE
California's Answer to JapanJapan's Honor Not Hurt by the Immigration Act. Story of the Facts. A Reply to the Special Edition of the Japan Times (of Tokyo) and Its Friendly "Message From Japan to America."California Joint Immigration CommitteeeBookEBOOK INTERNET ARCHIVE
Japanese ExclusionJohnsen, Julia E.Book374.4 R25 v.3 no.4
The Japanese in CaliforniaResults Following Alien Land Law Enforcement. The State's Attitude Had Ten Conditions Which Provoked the LawMcClatchy, V. S.Book327.52 J27:3
California's Answer to JapanJapan's Honor Not Hurt by the Immigration Act. Story of the Facts. A Reply to the Special Edition of the Japan Times (of Tokyo) and Its Friendly "Message From Japan to America."California Joint Immigration CommitteeBook327.52 J27:2
Japanese Immigration LegislationHearings Before the Committee on Immigrations, United States Senate, Sixty-eighth Congress, First Session, on S. 2576, A Bill to Limit the Immigration of Aliens Into the United States, and for Other Purposes. March 11, 12, 13, and 15, 1924United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on ImmigrationeBookEBOOK INTERNET ARCHIVE
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