The Legislative History of Naturalization in the United States, from the Revolutionary War to 1861
University of Chicago Press, 1906 - Naturalization - 308 pages
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Adams admission admitted adopted aliens allegiance amendment American Annals of Congress application arrival attached become become a citizen bill called certificate character citi citizens citizenship clause committee Congressional Globe consideration considered Constitution continued court danger debate December declaration of intention election emigrants enemies England entitled existing expatriation favor February federal five foreigners fraud further give given grant held hold House Journal immigration important January Judiciary June land later leave legislation limited Madison March measure ment Michigan months motion moved Native American naturalization laws nearly necessary oath object opposed party passed paupers period persons petition political present principles privileges probably proposed provision question received record referred reported residence resolution restrictions rule Second Session secure Senate sion suffrage term thought thousand tion United vote whole wished York