Laws Harsh as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Law

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ABBREVIATIONS
Admiraly CasefilesAdmiraly Casefiles, 1891-1924, U.S. District Court for
the Northern District of California, Records of the
District Courts of the United States, RG 21, National
Archives, San Francisco Branch.
Chinese
Exclusion Cases
Chinese Exclusion Cases, Records of the Immigration
and Naturalization Service, RG 85, National
Archives, San Francisco Branch.
CG-ARAnnual Report of the Commissioner-General of Immigration
Collec. Corres. Correspondence from the Collector to Other Federal
Agencies and the General Public, Bureau of Customs,
Port of San Francisco, RG 36, National Archives, San
Francisco Branch, San Bruno, California.
Commissioner
Casefiles
U.S. Commissioner Casefiles, U.S. District Court for the
Northern District of California, Records of the
District Courts of the United States, RG 21, National
Archives, San Francisco Branch.
Cong. Rec.Congressional Record
Criminal
Casefiles
Criminal Casefiles, 1891-1924, U.S. District Court forCasefiles
the Northern District of California, Records of the
District Courts of the United States, RG 21, National
Archives, San Francisco Branch.
C. Seg. Files Chinese Segregated Files, Records of the Immigration
and Naturalization Service, RG 85, National
Archives.
DJ Department of Justice
DJ Let. Recd. Letters Received, Records of the Department of
Justice, RG 60, National Archives.
INS Subj. Corres. Subject Correspondence, Central Office, Records of
the Immigration and Naturalization Service, RG 85,
National Archives.
RG Record Group
ST-ARAnnual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury

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