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         Asian-american History:     more books (100)
  1. Everything You Need to Know About Asian American History (Revised Edition) by Himilce Novas, Lan Cao, 2004-07-27
  2. The Sum of Our Parts: Mixed-Heritage Asian Americans (Asian American History and Culture) by Cynthia L. Nakashima, Michael Omi, 2001-11
  3. Veils And Daggers (Asian American History & Culture) by Linda Steet, 2000-02-25
  4. The Columbia Documentary History of the Asian American Experience by Franklin Odo, 2002-12-15
  5. Filipino American Lives (Asian American History & Cultu) by Yen Espiritu, 1995-03-23
  6. Desis In The House: Indian American Youth Culture In Nyc (Asian American History & Cultu) by Sunaina Marr Maira, 2002-02-01
  7. Ethnicity and Inequality in Hawai'i (Asian American History & Cultu) by Jonathan Y. Okamura, 2008-04-28
  8. The Vietnamese American 1.5 Generation: Stories of War, Revolution, Flight and New Beginnings (Asian American History & Cultu)
  9. The Politics Of Life (Asian American History & Cultu) by Velina Houston, 1993-01-13
  10. The First Suburban Chinatown: The Remarking of Monterey Park, California (Asian American History & Cultu) by Timothy Fong, 1994-07-28
  11. No Sword To Bury: Japanese Americans In Hawai'i During World War Ii (Asian American History and Culture) by Franklin S. Odo, 2004-03-12
  12. Before Internment: Essays in Prewar Japanese American History (Asian America) by Yuji Ichioka, 2006-03-06
  13. Nation, Race & History in Asian American Literature: Re-membering the Body (Modern American Literature: New Approaches) by Maria C. Zamora, 2008-08-01
  14. Chinese Americans and the Politics of Race and Culture (Asian American History & Cultu)

61. ... // Semi-new Change ...
An asianamerican writer living in New York City offers a sometimes cynical, sometimes bitter, and often truthful view of the world.

62. Bank Of The Orient
The first asianamerican owned bank to be launched in California, headquartered in San Francisco.

63. PBS - "Ancestors In The Americas"
GENERAL ASIAN AMERICAN history. CHINESE AMERICAN. Chronology of Asian Americanhistory A detailed timeline by historian and scholar Sucheng Chan.
Asia Society's AskAsia site is an on-line source for K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. The site provides access to classroom-tested resources and activities, relevant links and a virtual community of educators. The Asian American Curriculum Project
AACP is a not-for-profit source for books on Asian American heritage and contemporary experience. GENERAL ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS)
AAAS is a national membership association of educators who teach Asian American studies. The site includes links to all existing U.S. Asian American studies programs and information on how to start your own. UCLA Asian American Studies Center
The UCLA Asian American Studies Center is one of the largest teaching, training and research programs in the U.S. The web site includes many good resources and publications, including the online publication Crosscurrents The Wing Luke Asian Museum
The Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle, WA, is devoted to preserving and exhibiting Asian Pacific American culture, history and art with a pan-Asian perspective. It features a permanent exhibit depicting the 200-year immigration and settlement of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the state of Washington.

64. GenerAsians: Wellesley's Asian - Asian American Magazine
Triannual magazine from Wellesley College covering Asian/asian-american issues.

65. UALRC - Our Mission
Serves Asian and asianamerican undergraduates, providing a variety of services designed to ease their transition to University life and to help them achieve their degree objectives.
About Us
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2003 Updates Staff Achievement Program Peer Buddy Program Tutorial Services Tutor Application - pdf file Yuri Kochiyama Cultural Center Founded in 1990 by Dr. Lucy Nguyen, the United Asia Learning Resource Center (UALRC) serves the needs of Asian and Asian American students, the largest minority group on campus. The Center supports student academic achievement by providing culturally sensitive services that promote cultural and ethnic diverstiy. To best serve Asian and Asian American students, the UALRC provides a variety of services designed to ease their transition to university life and help them achieve their academic and degree objectives. These services include personal, career and finanacial aid counseling, student advocacy, peer mentoring and leadership training, and tutoring. The UALRC also acts as an intermediary between students, the administration and the faculty. - Tuesday, March 25, 7 pm, Herter 601

66. Asian-American Students Collective (AASC)
Club for asianamerican students at Hunter.

67. AASA
Promotes Asian culture and attempts to understand issues concerning the asianamerican identity.
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AASA, the Trinity College Asian American Student Association, is a student organization that promotes Asian and Asian American cultures in attempt to understand issues concerning the Asian/Asian-American identity and its place in both American and global societies. These goals are achieved through educational and social programing provided by the organization in addition to resources available from the college. The Asian American Student Association, open to the entire Trinity College community, has meetings on a weekly basis, and holds events and activities throughout the year. More information can be found within the site.

68. Chronology Of Asian American History
Asian American history Timeline. Source Sucheng Chan, Asian Americans,an Interpretive history, ©1991, Twayne Publishers, Boston.
Asian American History Timeline Source: Sucheng Chan, Asian Americans, an Interpretive History , ©1991, Twayne Publishers, Boston.
Chinese and Filipinos reach Mexico on ships of the Manila galleon.
Chinese "sugar masters" working in Hawaii. Chinese sailors and peddlers in New York.
U.S. and China sign first treaty.
Gold discovered in California. Chinese begin to arrive.
California imposes Foreign Miner's Tax and enforces it mainly against Chinese miners, who often had to pay more than once.
First group of 195 Chinese contract laborers land in Hawaii. Over 20,000 Chinese enter California. Chinese first appear in court in California. Missionary Willian Speer opens Presbyterian mission for Chinese in San Francisco.
Chinese in Hawaii establish a funeral society, their first community association in the islands. People v. Hall rules that Chinese can't give testimony in court. U.S. and Japan sign first treaty.
San Francisco opens a school for Chinese children (changed to an evening school two years later). Missionary Augustus Loomis arrives to serve the Chinese in San Francisco.
California passes a law to bar entry of Chinese and "Mongolians."

69. Orchard Valley Christian Church
We are an English Speaking asianamerican Ministry reaching out to the Silicon Valley (Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Campbell, Saratoga, and San Jose) with the Word of God and the love of Jesus Christ.
We are Asian-American Christians in the Silicon Valley committed to glorifying God by worshipping Him, building-up one another with His Word and love, and reaching the world with Jesus Christ's compassion and saving hope. Welcome!
1515 Partridge Ave (cross-street Dunford Way)
Sunnyvale CA 94087
Sunday Service 9:00 AM
Children's Program
For more information, email Pastor Peter Borromeo

70. The Columbia Guide To Asian American History; ; Gary Y. Okihiro
Columbia University Press. New Book Bulletins. The Columbia Guide toAsian American history. Gary Y. Okihiro. A comprehensive and well
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Gary Y. Okihiro "A comprehensive and well-organized guide to scholarship and, moreover, includes a lucid narrative and assessment of the major historical debates in the field. It will prove an invaluable reference tool to specialists in Asian American history as well as to students and teachers in American studies in general."
"Stimulating and helpful."
The Oxford Companion to United States History The Possessive Investment In Whiteness: How White People Profit from Identity Politics
"A compelling survey of 200 years of Asian-American experience and of its scholarly treatment." Publishers Weekly "A mine of valuable information." History Offering a rich and insightful road map of Asian American history as it has evolved over more than 200 years, this book marks the first systematic attempt to take stock of this field of study. It examines, comments, and questions the changing assumptions and contexts underlying the experiences and contributions of an incredibly diverse population of Americans. Arriving and settling in this nation as early as the 1790s, with American-born generations stretching back more than a century, Asian Americans have become an integral part of the American experience; this cleverly organized book marks the trajectory of that journey, offering researchers invaluable information and interpretation.

71. Write For Avatar
Ezine of Wesleyan's Asian and asian-american community, offering commentary, poetry, fiction, humor and related links.
Wesleyan University is often recognized for its diversity, yet the Asian/Asian American community lacks a venue to regularly express its unique multitude of cultures to the community at large. "Avatar" arrives to break the silence. "Avatar" is a non-hierarchical collective where all works dealing with the multicultural experience will be accepted. "Avatar", as a collective body, carries no political stance outside of the promotion of our community. The views expressed within these pages are the sole responsibility of the individual authors. archives
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73. Bolerium - Asian American History
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74. Bolerium - Asian American History
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75. _________ : ALANA U.S. Ethnic Studies Program : University Of Vermont
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76. Asian American Studies - Asian American History
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" It features multimedia oral histories, topics related to Asian-American families, and creative works, all cross-listed under various indices, including a clickable graphic view of the entire oral history database." Compiled by the Students of Asian American Studies 150, University of California, Berkeley

77. Duke's East Asian Collection
Print and electronic resources for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and asianamerican Studies, with resources for elementary and secondary school teachers.
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78. Children's Book Press Home Page
Nonprofit publisher of bilingual and multicultural children's literature that shares stories reflecting the traditions and cultures of African-American, asian-american, Latino, Chicano, and Native-American communities.
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Garden Grove, CA (Formosan) asianamerican church.
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80. Asian American Experience In The U.S.
Asian American Experience In The US. A Chronological history 17631992.* Chronology adapted from LEAP (Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics)
Asian American Experience In The U.S.
A Chronological History: 1763-1992
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  • First recorded settlement of Filipinos in America. They escape imprisonment aboard Spanish galleons by jumping ship in New Orleans and fleeing into the bayous.
  • First recorded arrival of an Asian Indian in the United States.
  • China is defeated by the British Empire in the first Opium Warresulting in Treaty of Nanjing whereby China is forced to payindemnities of 21 million silver dollars, cede the island of Hong Kong and open five ports to foreign commerce. As a result peasant farmersare heavily taxed.
    A series of floods and crop failures in southern China lead to poverty and threat of famine among peasant farmers.
  • Three Chinese students arrive in New York City for schooling. One of them, Yung Wing graduated from Yale in 1854 becoming the first Chinese to graduate in the United States.
  • Strike of gold at Sutter's Mill, CA, draws Chinese immigrants to WestCoast to mine gold. Many arrive as indentured servants during theCalifornia Gold Rush. The bulk of Chinese immigrants come later as acheap source of labor to work the railroads, mines and in other industries.
  • California imposes a Foreign Miner's License Tax, collecting $3 a month from every foreign miner who did not desire (or was prohibited by law) to become a citizen. The purpose of this tax was to reduce the number of Chinese immigrating to California as well as to discourage Chinese from mining for gold (although they did not pose a great threat to white miners since they usually worked deserted claims).

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