Week+4 - On"Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in the Early...

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On “Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in the Early Twentieth Century” Asian American Studies 20A Professor Catherine Ceniza Choy
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Similarities between Koreans, Asian Indians, and Filipinos and Chinese and Japanese migrants in late 19th and early 20th centuries Labor Koreans labored in Hawaiian sugar plantations; in mines, railroads, salmon fisheries; as janitors and domestic workers; most are agricultural laborers Asian Indians worked on railroads, in lumber mills, and as agricultural laborers Filipinos worked on Hawaiian sugar plantations; in Alaskan canneries; as janitors, dishwashers, and houseboys; most worked as agricultural workers
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Photos from http://arirangeducation.com/ Photo of SS. Gaelic Photo of D.S. Pahk and Family Photos of Hawaiian Plantation Workers
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From “Echoes of Freedom: South Asian Pioneers in California, 1899-1965,” exhibit available at http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/SSEAL/echoes.html Group of Sikh Immigrants, Angel Island, c. 1910
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