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Anthony v. United States (11 Blanchford 200; 24 Fed. 829)
Arabs (7 Fed. (2d) 728 (ineligible)).
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Beck v. McGillis (9 Barb. (N. Y.) 35; 10 op. Atty. Gen. 321) -
Burmese (28 N. Y. S. 383) ineligible...

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Chang Chan v. Nagle (268 U. S. 346)
Colorossi, in re (292 Fed. 862).
Comitis v. Parkerson (56 Fed. 556)
Cummings v. Priest (16 Wend. (N. Y.) 617).

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Detroit v. Pequinot (16 Fed. 211) -
Dupont v. Shanks (3 Pet. (U. S.) 242; 12 op. Atty. Gen. 7).

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Langtry, in re (31 Fed. 879)--
Lawson, Wm. Č. v. Owen, Ruth Bryan (Rept. No. 968).
Leonard v. Grant (5 Fed. 11)-

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Mackenzie v. Hare (239 U. S. 299)..
Marshall, Louise Gehring, case: Memorandum, Office of Solicitor, De-

partment of State, January 24, 1925.
Mick v. Mick (10 Wend. (N. Y.) 379) -
Minor v. Happersett (88 U. S. (7 Wall.) 162) -
Moore v. Ruckgaber (104 Fed. 947).

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McGillis v. Beck (9 Barb. (N. Y.) 35; 10 op. Atty. Gen. 321)..

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Osborn v. United States Bank (22 U. S. 737)-
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Act of:

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February 2, 1855.

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February 10, 1855_

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April 19, 1866.

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July 27, 1868.

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Parliament, August 6, 1844.

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March 2, 1907.--

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September 22, 1922. See Women's independent Citizenship Act,

1922.
July 3, 1930.

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March 3, 1931

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Addams, Jane.

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Affidavit in lieu of passport.

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Alaska, residence..

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Alien:
Civil-service examination.

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Ineligible for naturalization, American woman married to.

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Marriage to.

13, 16, 20, 22, 35, 38
Citizenship loss. See Expatriation.
Discrimination against American women married to aliens re-
moved.

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Expatriation. See Expatriation.
Citizenship retained..

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Foreign residence..

14, 18, 34, 37
Passport.

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Real estate.

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Naturalization. See Naturalization.
Occupations and professions-

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Office holding -
Real estate
Return visa to United States -

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Vote.

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Enemy, World War..

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Enemy, expatriated American woman.

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Enemy, workmen's compensation..

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Husband, refusing to petition naturalization, wife must remain alien. 25
Married woman, naturalized on own petition..

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Property, recovery upon repatriation.

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Property, seizure ---

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Wife of naturalized citizen.

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Wife of naturalized citizen, naturalization.

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Woman, married to American.

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Woman, married to American, naturalization. See Naturalization,

shortened process.
Woman, naturalization right, not denied because husband not citizen. 39
Woman, petition for naturalization...

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Alten, Augusta Louise de Haven..

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Ambassadors, children of. See Children, of foreign diplomatic representa-

tives.
American Association of University Women...

27, 66
American colonies, subordination of married women.

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American Federation of Labor.--.

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American Home Economics Association.

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Anthony, Susan B., trial,

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Arabians, citizenship ineligibility

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Arizona, grants equal suffrage-

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Austria.

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Cable, John L.

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Cable Act. See Women's Independent Citizenship Act, 1922.
Caldwell, John..

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California, grants equal suffrage

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Canada, subject of, marriage to.

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Cecil, Sir John F.

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Children:
Born abroad, American father.

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Of foreign diplomatic representatives, born in United States, not
citizenship of United States..

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Of naturalized alien man.

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Chinese:
Citizenship ineligibility

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In United States.

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Christman, Elizabeth...

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Citizens, becoming naturalized citizens of other countries, recognized by
United States.

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Citizens of Great Britain, becoming citizens of United States, recognized
by treaty--

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Citizenship:
Acquiring

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Alien wife.

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Automatic.

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By birth..

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By birth, women.

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By marriage

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By marriage to native-born American

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By marriage to naturalized citizen..

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By naturalization.

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Change of, by husband..

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Children born abroad, of American father.

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Compact between individual and sovereign.

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Independent.--
Independent, common law-

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Independent, early fight for.

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Independent, faults of women's independent citizenship act.

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Independent, passage of bill..

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Jure soli. See Citizenship, by birth.
Limitation of power of Congress. -

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Loss of. See Expatriation.
Loss of, marriage to alien. See Expatriation.
Loss of, not incurred by marriage to alien..

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Married women, inadequacy of laws.--

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Of children. See Children, citizenship.
Power of Congress to confer...

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Power of Congress to deprive.

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Renunciation, formal, American women.

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Renunciation by woman residing outside United States

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Restoration upon renewed citizenship, repatriation. See Repatriation.
Restoration upon renewed residence.

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Resumption by former American women, special act of Congress

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Resumption of. See also Repatriation.
Separate. See Citizenship, independent.
State and national, voting requirement.-

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State v. citizenship, United States..

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State governments -

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Termination of.

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