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IMMIGRANTS IN INDUSTRIES.
JAPANESE AND OTHER IMMIGRANT RACES IN THE PACIFIC COAST
MOUNTAIN STATES (IN THREE VOLUMES : VOL. I).
This report, which was prepared under the direction of the Commission by H. A. Millis, superintendent of agents, forms part of the general report of the Immigration Commission on immigrants in industries. Dr. Millis was assisted in the preparation of certain parts of his report as follows: Immigrant labor in the hop industry, Immigrant labor in California fruit and vegetable canneries, Immigrant labor in the manufacture of cement, Immigrant labor in the salmon canneries of Alaska, Immigrant labor in the manufacture of cigars and cigarettes in San Francisco, Immigrant labor in the powder factories of California, Immigrant laborers employed by street railway companies operat. ing in the cities of the Pacific Coast and Rocky Mountain States, Immigrants employed in miscellaneous industries in California, and Immigrant labor in the coal and coke industry of the Western States, by Samuel Bryan; Immigrant labor in the orchards about Suisun Valley, Immigrant labor and farming in the Imperial Valley, The wine-making industry of California, and The celery industry of Orange County, Cal., by Evan J. Hughes; Immigrant labor in the beet-sugar industry in the Western States and Immigrant labor in the metalliferous mining, smelting, and refining industry in the Western States, by W. M. Duffus; and Immigrants in Los Angeles, Cal., by Ralph D. Fleming.