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          Chinese Exclusion Act List

          Research your own family history. Were your relatives a victim of the Chinese Exclusion Act? Now you can access Chinese Exclusion Act Lists from San Francisco, Honolulu, and New York online. Most of the case files document the arrival into the cities from the U.S. mainland or foreign ports of Chinese aliens and the reentry of U.S. citizens of Chinese ancestry under the Chinese Exclusion Acts passed by Congress between 1882 and 1930, and repealed in 1943. There are also some case files relating to the arrival and departure of non-Chinese Asian immigrants and other foreign-born individuals.

          Location
          San Francisco
          Hawaii
          New York
          Files
          over 5,000 records
          over 16,600 records
          over 18,500 records
          Years
          1903-1944
          1903-1944
          1882-1960
          Source
          San Francisco District Office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service
          Honolulu District Office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service
          New York District Office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service
          Data
          San Francisco Chinese Exclusion List
          Hawaii Chinese Exclusion Index
          New York Chinese Exclusion Index

          U.S. Chinese Immigration Case Files, 1883-1924
          This database contains court case files regarding strict immigration laws against the Chinese enforced during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It includes case files from: the Western District Court of Texas at El Paso (1892-1915), the INS District Number 4 Regional Office (Philadelphia, 1900-1923), and San Francisco, California (ca. 1883-ca. 1916).