Treaty regulating Chinese immigration

August 2017
Treaty Regulating Chinese Immigration;8/1/2017, p237
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Provides information about the 1881 treaty between China and the United States, regulating Chinese immigration to the United States. Suspension of Chinese immigration; Rights of Chinese in the United States; Protection of Chinese in the United States; Notification of legislation.


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