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White landowners in Hawaii imported Russian workers in the early 1900s, to dilute the labor power of Asians in the islands

By Stepan Serdiukov, Ph.D. Candidate in U.S. History, Indiana University
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In a territory landowners wanted to become a state, white immigrants were less threatening to American nativists on the mainland.The Conversation

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