Race and racism
doc Cannery Men Asked to Oust Japanese. Demand Made on Anacortes Employers to Give Orientals' Places to Whites. (July 21, 1915) (ddr-densho-56-268)
The Seattle Daily Times, July 21, 1915, p. 20
doc Anti-Jap League Bans Opposition (April 3, 1945) (ddr-densho-56-1109)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 3, 1945, p. 11
doc Anti-Jap League's Membership Grows (October 11, 1944) (ddr-densho-56-1071)
The Seattle Daily Times, October 11, 1944, p. 12
doc Japanese Run Out of Hop Fields. (April 23, 1905) (ddr-densho-56-50)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 23, 1905, p. 20
doc Grange Head Assails Hint Of Jap Return (May 27, 1944) (ddr-densho-56-1047)
The Seattle Daily Times, May 27, 1944, p. 5
doc Greedy Seek To Keep Nisei Away, Says Ickes (April 4, 1945) (ddr-densho-56-1111)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 4, 1945, p. 7
doc Miners Hate Orientals. Residents of Goldfield Order Chinese and Japanese Workmen to Leave the Camp. (December 18, 1904) (ddr-densho-56-48)
The Seattle Daily Times, December 18, 1904, p. 16
doc L.A. Hospitals Must Oust Japs (May 19, 1943) (ddr-densho-56-917)
The Seattle Daily Times, May 19, 1943, p. 3
doc Japs Discharged. (March 1, 1901) (ddr-densho-56-19)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 1, 1901, p. 6
doc Boycotting of Japs to Bring Action by U.S. (July 1, 1945) (ddr-densho-56-1124)
The Seattle Daily Times, July 1, 1945, p. 15
doc No Japanese Need Apply. City Officials Decide That Enough White Men Are Available for Municipal Work. (April 25, 1905) (ddr-densho-56-51)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 25, 1905, p. 8
doc Nisei Back on Roll of Honor (March 6, 1945) (ddr-densho-56-1105)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 6, 1945, p. 3
doc Equal Rights Promised Japs by Mayor Devin (December 18, 1944) (ddr-densho-56-1084)
The Seattle Daily Times, December 18, 1944, p. 3
doc Asiatic League to Hold Mass Meeting. Exclusionists Draft Telegrams to President Roosevelt and Legislators in California Urging Action. Federal Authorities Receive Criticism. (January 30, 1909) (ddr-densho-56-141)
The Seattle Daily Times, January 30, 1909, p. 5
doc Interview with James Rowe, Assistant to the Attorney General (ddr-densho-67-83)
Interview with James Rowe, Assistant to the Attorney General. Rowe describes how Executive Order 9066 came about. The Justice Department had been opposed to evacuation but after a meeting with the War Department, Attorney General Francis Biddle changed his mind to support 9066. Rowe and others disagreed with this, but went along with 9066 to keep ...
doc Resolution by the Native Sons of the Golden West (ddr-densho-67-91)
A list of resolutions adopted by the Native Sons of the Golden West. They believe that the War Relocation Authority and Dillon Myer cannot properly control the internees at Tule Lake and suggest the U.S. Army take over. Also call for the permanent ban on Japanese immigration as well as the execution of Japanese in charge ...
doc "Japanese Excluded!" (ddr-densho-68-86)
Full headline: "Japanese Excluded! Illinois City Won't Have 2 Island Nisei"
doc "Japanese Control the Vacaville Labor Situation" (ddr-densho-69-8)
Full headline: "Japanese Control the Vacaville Labor Situation. Building Trades Council Wants Japanese Excluded. Fruit Crop is Now in Danger. Coolie Workmen Threaten Strike That Will Bring Ruin to Orchardists of Valley Unless Terms Are Granted."
doc "Assembly Adopts the Resolution Unanimously" (ddr-densho-69-5)
Full headline: "Assembly Adopts the Resolution Unanimously. Strong Arguments Against Japanese Labor Expressed Even by Representatives of Farmers and Miners."
doc American Concentration Camps VOLUME 6 June, 1942- December, 1942 (ddr-densho-372-6)
Volume 6 divides into six sections. Description about this volume reads directly from the book as follows: Section 1 presents archival documents from June 1942 that show the first major modifications of relocation policies and depict the resistance by Western Defense Command to any amelioration of the condition of the Japanese Americans. Section 2 contains selected ...
doc American Concentration Camps VOLUME 8 1944 and 1945 Japanese of Hawaii (ddr-densho-372-8)
Volume 8 divides into five sections. Description about this volume reads directly from the book as follows: Part 1 features archival documents from 1944 and 1945 that depict the winding down of the relocation program. Part 2 features selected pages of a Congressional Record from February 23, 1944 and June 23, 1944 that resulted in the ...
doc American Concentration Camps VOLUME 7 1943 (ddr-densho-372-7)
Volume 7 divides into three sections. Description about this volume reads directly from the book as follows: The first section containing archival documents from 1943 depict the continuing resistance of General De Witt and his subordinates to the "liberalization" of policies toward Japanese Americans. This section also contains the White House response to the congressional criticism ...
doc Letter to Mrs. Roberts from National Geographic Society (ddr-densho-333-24)
Letter regarding blocked subscriptions for people with Japanese names