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Immigration Restriction Images

  1. Tenement building, c. 1900, Library of Congress.
  2. "Japs Keep Moving."
  3. Literacy Test (photo), National Archives.
  4. Literacy Test (cartoon), Library of Congress.
  5. "The Only Way to Handle It," 1921. Library of Congress.
  6. Sacco and Vanzetti.
  7. "Liberty & Death Warrant" (Sacco and Vanzetti editorial cartoon), from The Daily Worker.
  8. "Gentlemen of the Committee, This is the Evidence" (Sacco and Vanzetti editorial cartoon), from The Daily Worker, 1927.
  9. Maps of Europe, from Literary Digest, May 10, 1924.
  10. Immigrant women in Americanization program, Library of Congress.
  11. English language classes at Ford Motor Company, 1919. From Community Americanization: A Handbook for Workers, 1920.

Immigration Restriction Documents

  1. "Keep on Guarding the Gates," Current Opinion, June 1923.
  2. "Guarding the Gates Against Undesirables," excerpt on Immigration Act of 1924, Current Opinion, April 1924.
  3. "Guarding the Gates Against Undesirables," excerpt on eugenics, Current Opinion, April 1924.
  4. The Immigration Act of 1924.
  5. "Our New Nordic Immigration Policy," Literary Digest, May 10, 1924.
  6. American Protective Association poem.
  7. American Protective Association oath.

Ku Klux Klan Images

  1. "Klan Day" at the races. Denver Public Library, Western History Collection.
  2. Colonel William J. Simmons, from Literary Digest, April 21, 1923.
  3. The Birth of a Nation poster.
  4. Klansmen with burning cross.
  5. Al Smith campaign button.
  6. Anti-Al Smith campaign button.
  7. Initiation ceremony of Women's Ku Klux Klan, 1924. Library of Congress.
  8. A local Klan in Colorado. Denver Public Library, Western History Collection.

Ku Klux Klan Documents

  1. Frederick Lewis Allen, Only Yesterday: An Informal History of the 1920s, excerpt on the Ku Klux Klan, 1931.
  2. African American newspaper article on the Klan, 1922. Ohio Historical Society.
  3. Klansman's Manual.
  4. "What the Klan Did in Indiana," The New Republic, November 16, 1927.
         
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