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Date Created1942
DescriptionThe Japanese American Citizenship League helping with citizenship registration.
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Date Created1950
DescriptionA displaced European refugee is fingerprinted at Seabrook Farms.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1953-01
DescriptionThe Seabrook chapter of the JACL provided a translated version of American Legion questionnaire. These questionnaires were meant to aid citizen hopefuls applying for naturalization and citizenship to...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1958-10-29
DescriptionIt took until 1958 for the federal courts to reach a decision in Takeda's case. A letter from Collins notes that in the end, the judge ruled that Takeda's renunciation of his citizenship was never...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1947-09-08
DescriptionSenichiro Takeda renounced his U.S. citizenship in protest of his incarceration. In September 1947, still detained at Tule Lake, he was issued an alien registration card.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1953-06-25
DescriptionJapanese-American Citizens' League naturalization class
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1892
Description1. Declaration of intent to naturalize of my great grandfather, Passaic County, July 28, 1892. Franz Xaver Niessen (1840-1902) was born in München-Gladbach in the Rhineland (Kingdom of Prussia) and...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1927
DescriptionCertificate of naturalization issued to Frank Montesano on September 12, 1927. The American Labor Museum online collection includes historical documents and photos. The objects document the domestic...
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Date Created1947-09-08
DescriptionIn September 1947, Takeda was released to the custody of his attorney Wayne Collins, a leading civil liberties lawyer who represented both Nisei and Japanese Peruvians. Collins arranged for Takeda to...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1922
DescriptionAnnual Report of the Citizenship Department of the New Jersey League of Women Voters.