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  • Tags: Minority Groups
HUGE COAST AREA HIT BY NEW REGULATIONSItalian, Japanese, and German aliens in all of Santa Cruz county will be subjected to a 9 p.m. curfew and be permitted to travel only between their homes and jobs after Feb. 24.Meantime, in connection with…

Date: 1942-02-04
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel-News, Evening Edition , page 1
Type: NEWS

(In San Francisco News) A Japanese-American is an American citizen of Japanese racial extraction. He is a citizen because he was born in the United States. A Japanese born outside of this country can not be a citizen by naturalization.But under the…

Date: 1945-04-10
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 5
Type: NEWS

SALINAS (Special to Register-Pajaronian) - The Monterey Bay Empire, which takes in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties, has a serious question facing it, as the Japanese begin to return to this area. Sincere, unselfish, unprejudiced,…

Date: 1945-02-02
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

Sacramento (UP) - Gov. Earl Warren Tuesday signed the Engle bill (SB140) putting more "teeth" into the Alien Land Law of 1920 designed to prevent Japanese from farming in the manner they used before the war.The new act outlaws the practice of many…

Date: 1943-06-08
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

https://fishbox.santacruzpl.org/media/pdf/local_history_articles/AR-179.pdf

Date: 7/28/1980
Source: Prepared as a narrative accompaniment to the Archaeological Resources Protection Amendment, Historic Preservation Plan of the City of Santa Cruz
Type: ARTICLE

SAN FRANCISCO (UP) - Japanese-American evacuees who could fill at least 15,000 vital industrial and farm jobs are hesitating about returning here because of concern over housing and employment, Harold Boyd, chairman of the Council for Civic Unity of…

Date: 1945-01-08
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 4
Type: NEWS

JAPANESE AMERICANS IN DRIVE THIS WEEK; PARENTS ASSISTINGA goal of $25,000 was set by the defense bonds committee of the local Japanese American Citizens League chapter as the campaign among members and Japanese families in this valley expected to get…

Date: 1942-01-13
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

One thousand one hundred and ninety six persons of Japanese origin or descent will leave Santa Cruz county this week for the reception center on the rodeo grounds at Salinas. Thence they will go to colonies in inland areas.The 1196 will represent 216…

Date: 1942-04-26
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel-News, Morning Edition , page 1
Type: NEWS

WILL DO THEIR BEST ON FARMS SAYS I MOTOKIApproximately 200 Japanese families will remain in the Pajaro valley until the official moving notice following the voluntary evacuation deadline at midnight Sunday.I. Motoki, who was secretary of the now…

Date: 1942-03-27
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Pacific Ocean Areas (UP) - American soldiers of Japanese ancestry suffered 2111 casualties in the European war, an army compilation showed Tuesday.The total covered battles in Italy and France and included 361 killed in action, 49…

Date: 1945-06-19
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

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