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an island in the San Francisco bay that was an entry point for many Asian immigrants to the United States beginning in 1910
pact made between the United States and Japan in which Japan agreed to limit immigration to the U.S., and in exchange President Roosevelt agreed to put pressure on the city of San Francisco to rescind an order that forced children of Japanese parents to attend segregated schools
a political party formed in 1892 that supported free coinage of silver, work reforms, immigration restrictions, and government ownership of railroads and telegraph and telephone systems
process in which Native Americans were forced to abandon their traditional cultures and adopt the culture of white America
an island in New York harbor that was an entry point for immigrants coming to the United States between 1892 and 1954
was a German-born American caricaturist and editorial cartoonist who is considered to be the "Father of the American Cartoon".
Chinese Exclusion Act
law that banned Chinese immigration for 10 years declaring that no Chinese people already in the United States could become citizens
neighborhood center staffed by professionals and volunteers for education, recreation, and social activities in poor areas
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