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1882: Chinese Exclusion Law suspends immigration for ten years 1885: San Francisco builds new segregated “Oriental School” 1892: Geary Law renews Chinese exclusion for another ten years 1894: Japanese declared ineligible for naturalization by US law 1900: Bubonic plague scare in San Francisco, Chinatown cordoned and  quarantined Samanta Page 1
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1902: Chinese exclusion exended another ten years; first Korean workers arrive  in Hawaii 1904: Chinese exclusion made indefinite; Punjabi Sikhs (from India) enter British  Columbia 1906: Anti-Asian riots in Vancouver 1912: Sikhs build temple (gurdwara) in Stockton, CA 1913: CA passes alien land law, prohibiting aliens ineligible for citizenship  from buy or leasing land for longer than three years 1917: Alien Land Law defines countries from which no immigrants can come to  USA (including India) 1920: 10,000 Japanese and Filipino plantation workers go on strike 1923: US v. Bhagat Singh Thind case declares Asian Indians not eligible for  naturalized citizenship 1924: Immigration Act denies entry to most Asians 1941: 
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  • SuchitraSamanta
  • San Francisco, Hunter S. Thompson, chinese exclusion, Apollo 11, alien land law

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