The Resource Chinese American voices : from the gold rush to the present, edited with introductions by Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, (electronic resource/)

Chinese American voices : from the gold rush to the present, edited with introductions by Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, (electronic resource/)

Label
Chinese American voices : from the gold rush to the present
Title
Chinese American voices
Title remainder
from the gold rush to the present
Statement of responsibility
edited with introductions by Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973/.04951
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
E184.C5
LC item number
C479 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Chinese American voices : from the gold rush to the present, edited with introductions by Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=149792
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 447-458) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Early Chinese immigrants, 1852-1904. Songs of Gold Mountain wives ; Norman Asing, to his excellency Governor Bigler (1852) ; The founding of Golden Hills News (1854) ; Sing Kum, letter by a Chinese girl (1876) ; Documents of the Chinese six companies ; Pertaining to immigration ; A memorial from representative Chinamen in America (1876) ; A memorial to the state of California to bar prostitutes (1868) ; A letter writing campaign to discourage immigration (1876) -- The second exhumation and return of the remains of our departed friends to the homeland (1876) ; Wen Bing Chung, reminiscences of a pioneer student (1923) ; Wong Hau-hon, reminiscences of an old Chinese railroad worker (1926) ; Huang Zunxian, memorandum no. 29 to envoy Zheng (1882) ; Memorial of Chinese laborers at Rock Springs, Wyoming (1885) ; Saum Song Bo, a Chinese view of the Statue of Liberty (1885) ; Huie Kin, reminiscences of an early Chinese minister (1932) ; Bow On Guk (Protective bureau)(1887) ; Wong Chin Foo, why am I a heathen: a rejoinder to Wong Chin Foo (1887) ; Jee Gam, the Geary Act: from the standpoint of a Christian Chinese (1892) ; Elizabeth Wong, leaves from the life history of a Chinese immigrant (1936) ; Kam Wah Chung letters (1898-1903) -- Life under exclusion, 1904-1943. Ng Poon Chew, the treatment of the exempt classes of Chinese in the U.S. (1908) ; Detention in the wooden building (1910) ; Chin Gee Hee, letter asking for support to building the Sunning Railroad (1911) ; Chinese-American Citizens Alliance, admission of wives of American citizens of Oriental ancestry (1926) ; Gong Yuen Tim, Just plain old luck and good timing: reminiscences of a Gold Mountain man (1988) ; Helen Hong Wong, I was the only Chinese woman in town: reminiscences of a Gold Mountain woman (1982) ; Pardee Lowe, second-generation dilemmas (1930s) ; Anna May Wong, I am growing more Chinese- each passing year! (1934) ; Declaration of the Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance (1933) ; Chinese womens association condensed report for the years 1932-1936 ; Happy Lim, song of Chinese workers (1938) ; Lim P. Lee, Chinatown goes picketing (1938) ; Liu Liangmo, Paul Robeson: the peoples singer (1950) ; Jew Baak Ming, the founding of McGehee Chinese school ; Eddie Fung, There but for the grace of God go I: the story of a POW survivor in World War II (2002) ; Gilbert Woo, one hundred and seven Chinese (1943) -- Becoming an integral part of America, 1943-2003. Chinese news service, San Francisco Chinese papers blame immigration practices in suicide of Chinese woman (1948) ; Edding Gong, I want to marry an American girl (1955) ; Hsue-shen Tsien, my bitter experience in the United States (1956) ; Maurice Chuck, father and son (1995) ; Ah Quon McElrath, We gave workers a sense of dignity: the story of a union social worker (1982) ; Sheila Chin Morris, All the daddies were Chinese and all the mommies were white: growing up biracial in Minnesota (2002) ; Bonnie C. Lew, I always felt out of place there: growing up Chinese in Mississippi (1982) ; Johnny Wong, It was not a winnable war: remembering Vietnam (1998) ; Jeffery Paul Chan, Im a Chinaman: an interview with Frank Chin (1970) ; L. Ling-chi Wang, major education problems facing the Chinese community (1972) ; On the normalization of relations between China and the U.S. ; Proclamation by the Chinese six companies of San Francisco (1971) ; Gilbert Woo, a turning point in Chinatown (1979) ; Sadie Lum, Asian American women and revolution: a personal view (1983) ; Shui Mak Ka, In unity there is strength: garment worker speaks out at union rally (1982) ; Kitty Tsui, the words of a woman who breathes fire (1983) ; Anti-Asian violence and the Vincent Chin case ; Helen Y. Zia, the new violence (1984) ; A letter from Lily Chin (1983) ; Lily Wang, a journey of bitterness (1999) ; Fu Lee, immigrant women speak out on garment industry abuse (1993) ; Jubilee Lau, Chinese and proud of it (1996) ; Marilee Chang Lin, learning to see the man himself (1997) ; Ellen D. Wu, the best tofu in the world comes from -- Indiana? (1998) ; Binh Ha Hong, reflections on becoming American (1999) ; Chang-Lin Tien, affirming Affirmative Action (1995) ; Alethea Yip, countering complacency: an interview with OCA director Daphne Kwok (1996) ; One mile, one hundred years: Governor Gary Lockes inaugural address (1997) ; Kristie Wang, a second-generation call to action (1999) ; Cheuk-Yin Wong, the Los Alamos incident and its effects on Chinese American scientists (2000) ; David Ho, We are Americans: the story behind Time magazines man of the year (2003)
Control code
ocm64466216
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
22573/cttt0xc9
Label
Chinese American voices : from the gold rush to the present, edited with introductions by Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=149792
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 447-458) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Early Chinese immigrants, 1852-1904. Songs of Gold Mountain wives ; Norman Asing, to his excellency Governor Bigler (1852) ; The founding of Golden Hills News (1854) ; Sing Kum, letter by a Chinese girl (1876) ; Documents of the Chinese six companies ; Pertaining to immigration ; A memorial from representative Chinamen in America (1876) ; A memorial to the state of California to bar prostitutes (1868) ; A letter writing campaign to discourage immigration (1876) -- The second exhumation and return of the remains of our departed friends to the homeland (1876) ; Wen Bing Chung, reminiscences of a pioneer student (1923) ; Wong Hau-hon, reminiscences of an old Chinese railroad worker (1926) ; Huang Zunxian, memorandum no. 29 to envoy Zheng (1882) ; Memorial of Chinese laborers at Rock Springs, Wyoming (1885) ; Saum Song Bo, a Chinese view of the Statue of Liberty (1885) ; Huie Kin, reminiscences of an early Chinese minister (1932) ; Bow On Guk (Protective bureau)(1887) ; Wong Chin Foo, why am I a heathen: a rejoinder to Wong Chin Foo (1887) ; Jee Gam, the Geary Act: from the standpoint of a Christian Chinese (1892) ; Elizabeth Wong, leaves from the life history of a Chinese immigrant (1936) ; Kam Wah Chung letters (1898-1903) -- Life under exclusion, 1904-1943. Ng Poon Chew, the treatment of the exempt classes of Chinese in the U.S. (1908) ; Detention in the wooden building (1910) ; Chin Gee Hee, letter asking for support to building the Sunning Railroad (1911) ; Chinese-American Citizens Alliance, admission of wives of American citizens of Oriental ancestry (1926) ; Gong Yuen Tim, Just plain old luck and good timing: reminiscences of a Gold Mountain man (1988) ; Helen Hong Wong, I was the only Chinese woman in town: reminiscences of a Gold Mountain woman (1982) ; Pardee Lowe, second-generation dilemmas (1930s) ; Anna May Wong, I am growing more Chinese- each passing year! (1934) ; Declaration of the Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance (1933) ; Chinese womens association condensed report for the years 1932-1936 ; Happy Lim, song of Chinese workers (1938) ; Lim P. Lee, Chinatown goes picketing (1938) ; Liu Liangmo, Paul Robeson: the peoples singer (1950) ; Jew Baak Ming, the founding of McGehee Chinese school ; Eddie Fung, There but for the grace of God go I: the story of a POW survivor in World War II (2002) ; Gilbert Woo, one hundred and seven Chinese (1943) -- Becoming an integral part of America, 1943-2003. Chinese news service, San Francisco Chinese papers blame immigration practices in suicide of Chinese woman (1948) ; Edding Gong, I want to marry an American girl (1955) ; Hsue-shen Tsien, my bitter experience in the United States (1956) ; Maurice Chuck, father and son (1995) ; Ah Quon McElrath, We gave workers a sense of dignity: the story of a union social worker (1982) ; Sheila Chin Morris, All the daddies were Chinese and all the mommies were white: growing up biracial in Minnesota (2002) ; Bonnie C. Lew, I always felt out of place there: growing up Chinese in Mississippi (1982) ; Johnny Wong, It was not a winnable war: remembering Vietnam (1998) ; Jeffery Paul Chan, Im a Chinaman: an interview with Frank Chin (1970) ; L. Ling-chi Wang, major education problems facing the Chinese community (1972) ; On the normalization of relations between China and the U.S. ; Proclamation by the Chinese six companies of San Francisco (1971) ; Gilbert Woo, a turning point in Chinatown (1979) ; Sadie Lum, Asian American women and revolution: a personal view (1983) ; Shui Mak Ka, In unity there is strength: garment worker speaks out at union rally (1982) ; Kitty Tsui, the words of a woman who breathes fire (1983) ; Anti-Asian violence and the Vincent Chin case ; Helen Y. Zia, the new violence (1984) ; A letter from Lily Chin (1983) ; Lily Wang, a journey of bitterness (1999) ; Fu Lee, immigrant women speak out on garment industry abuse (1993) ; Jubilee Lau, Chinese and proud of it (1996) ; Marilee Chang Lin, learning to see the man himself (1997) ; Ellen D. Wu, the best tofu in the world comes from -- Indiana? (1998) ; Binh Ha Hong, reflections on becoming American (1999) ; Chang-Lin Tien, affirming Affirmative Action (1995) ; Alethea Yip, countering complacency: an interview with OCA director Daphne Kwok (1996) ; One mile, one hundred years: Governor Gary Lockes inaugural address (1997) ; Kristie Wang, a second-generation call to action (1999) ; Cheuk-Yin Wong, the Los Alamos incident and its effects on Chinese American scientists (2000) ; David Ho, We are Americans: the story behind Time magazines man of the year (2003)
Control code
ocm64466216
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
22573/cttt0xc9

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