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Chinese on the American Frontier : Pacific Formations: Global Relations in Asian and Pacific Pe - Arif Dirlik

Chinese on the American Frontier

Pacific Formations: Global Relations in Asian and Pacific Pe

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Chinese immigrants played a dynamic role in frontier America, yet scholars of Asian America have focused for the most part only on the Pacific Coast, especially California. This reader fills that gap by collecting memoirs, documents, and historical analyses from the other Western states--from the Cascades to the Great Plains--to provide a comprehensive overview of the Chinese in nineteenth-century America.

The reader serves as a convenient source about scholarship on Chinese and American western frontier.--Journal of American Ethnic History

Prefacep. xi
Introduction: Mapping the Chinese Presence on the U.S. Frontierp. xv
Chinese on the Eastern Frontier
After the Gold Rush: Chinese Mining in the Far West, 1850-1890p. 3
The Army of Canton in the High Sierrap. 27
Chinese in the Southwest (Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas)
Sojourners and Settlers: The Chinese Experience in Arizonap. 39
Chinese Sojourners in Territorial Prescottp. 55
The Chinese in Nevada: An Historical Survey, 1856-1970p. 85
Virginia City's Chinese Community, 1860-1880p. 123
Chapter 13 from Roughing Itp. 149
Territory of New Mexico v. Yee Shun (1882): A Turning Point in Chinese Legal Relationships in the Trans-Mississippi Westp. 153
The Chinese in Texasp. 165
Chinese in the Northwest (Oregon, Washington, Idaho)
Excerpts from The Chinese in Eastern Oregon, 1860-1890p. 185
Chinese Culture in the Inland Empirep. 199
The Snake River Massacre of Chinese Miners, 1887p. 215
"A Chinaman's Chance" on the Rocky Mountain Mining Frontierp. 231
Polly Bemis, Legendary Heroinep. 253
Pierce City Incident, 1885-1886p. 259
Chinese in the Rocky Mountains (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota)
Utah's Chinatowns: The Development and Decline of Extinct Ethnic Enclavesp. 269
The Pioneer Chinese of Utahp. 291
The Chinese in Gilpin Countyp. 307
The Chinese in Denver: Their Location and Occupationsp. 315
Denver's Anti-Chinese Riot, 1880p. 323
A Chinese Romance: A Story of Canton, San Francisco, and Denverp. 337
Chinese Emigrants in Southwest Wyoming, 1868-1885p. 341
David G. Thomas' Memories of the Chinese Riotp. 349
Rock Springs Incidentp. 355
Kwangtung to Big Sky: The Chinese in Montana, 1864-1900p. 367
The Heathen Chineep. 383
Boycott in Butte: Organized Labor and the Chinese Community, 1896-1897p. 393
Deadwood's Chinatownp. 415
Deadwood Gulch: The Last Chinatownp. 429
Appendixp. 449
Bibliographyp. 473
Indexp. 491
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ISBN: 9780847685332
ISBN-10: 0847685330
Series: Pacific Formations: Global Relations in Asian and Pacific Pe
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 544
Published: November 2003
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 3.07
Weight (kg): 0.79