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Six Generations in the  United States Dr. Russell Jeung
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The First Asians in the US   Colonial and Capitalist Labor Chinese in Mexico (1625)  Filipinos in St. Malo, Louisiana  (1763)  Yung Wing at Yale (1850) Taiping Rebellion (1850-64) Gold Discovered; Foreign Miner’s  Tax of $20 (1852) Hall v. US (1854) Chinese build RR, go on strike  (1865-1869) 1868 Burlingame Treaty: free  Chinese emigration in exchange for  American trade privileges  1870 Naturalization Act: only whites  and those of African descent are  eligible for citizenship Illustration by Charles Christian Nahl from an 1860  edition of  Hutching’s California Magazine.  
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Immigration and Exclusion: Jeung Sam Moy  and Hall Kwok Shee Exclusion and Physical Segregation Monterey Fishing Village  (1868) Chinese were 9% of CA pop  and 25% of state’s workforce American recession in 1870s Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)  Male to female ratio of 26:1 200 purges of Chinese  settlements in 1800s 1906 Monterey Fire
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