Asian Americans: An Interpretive History

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Twayne, Jan 1, 1991 - History - 242 pages
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This series presents concise histories of individual ethnic groups and their impact on American life and culture. With comprehensive examinations of the immigrant experience, it serves as a resource for both young students and experienced researchers. Each book in the series is written by a qualified scholar and includes notes, references, a selected bibliography and a complete index.

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This is a very interesting account of the history of Asian immigrants in America. I greatly enjoyed learning more, but the writing style is much like a history textbook, so it did get kinda boring at times. Read full review


two Immigration and Livelihood 1840s
three Hostility and Conflict
four The Social Organization of Asian Immigrant

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About the author (1991)

Sucheng Chan is Professor of History and Director of Asian American Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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