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H. R. 3089

Kahn, Julius, 1861-1924
A bill proposed to the House of Representatives by Representative Kahn to prohibit Chinese immigration and to regulate the residence of "Chinese persons and people of Chinese descent" within the United States.
Emigration and immigration law, Chinese Americans--Legal status, laws, etc., Immigrants--Government policy, Immigrants--Law and legislation, Immigrants--Civil rights, Illegal aliens, International relations, China, United States. Congress. House
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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