Chinese St. Louis: From Enclave to Cultural Community

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Temple University Press, 2004 - Chinese Americans - 286 pages
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Contents

Building Hop Alley Myth and Reality 1860s1930s
25
Living in Hop Alley 1860s1930s
55
Governing Hop Alley On Leong Chinese Merchants and Laborers Association 19061966
85
Dwindling Hop Alley 1920s1966
108
Emerging Suburban Chinese American Communities 1960s1980s
135
Building a Cultural Community 1960s1980s
169
Development of the Cultural Community 1990s2000s
189
Cultural Community in Retrospect and Prospect
231
Notes
241
Bibliography
261
Index
279
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