Paper Son: One Man's Story (Asian American History & Cultu) by Tung Chin. $26.95. Publication: October 2, 2000. Publisher: Temple University Press (October 2, 2000). Series - Asian American History & Cultu Press October, Forbidden History, Paper Sons, American History, Chinese Culture, Stories Asian, Asian American, Man Stories, Sons Projects
Bestseller Books Online Americans First: Chinese Americans and the Second World War (Asian American History & Cultu) $21.95 - www.ebooknetworki...
On Gold Mountain by….Chinese American writer, Lisa See about her mixed race Chinese American family history.
Amelia Lee was a racial and gender minority in 1910 when this photo was taken. The Page Act of 1875 had the intended effect of severely decreasing the population of Chinese Americans. Laws like the Page Act that specifically barred female Asian immigrants made it nearly impossible for those Chinese who were born in the U.S. or Chinese who had immigrated before 1882 to have families.This was the first and only time in U.S. history that a racial group was singled out for immigration exclusion.
Chinese American Transnationalism: The Flow of People, Resources (Asian American History & Cultu) by Sucheng Chan. $20.31. 314 pages. Publisher: Temple University Press (December 28, 2005). Author: Sucheng Chan
History of the American West » Chinese immigrant working on the Trans-Continental Railroad.
From California to Kaiping..a nice 20 minutes plus video of a young Chinese Am man named Chen, from Sacramento, seeking his parents ancestral home in..Kaiping, China…was his dad…a Paper Son?