200_Study_Guide_-_CA_section

200_Study_Guide_-_CA_section - SHORT ID ITEMS FROM CHINESE...

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SHORT ID ITEMS FROM CHINESE AMERICAN READINGS AAS 200 Kobashigawa from R. Takaki (1989) Chs 1-4 Ch 1 – Ch sojourners 10-11. Ch 2 – Hawaii sugar industry 24; Ch contract laborers 24; divide-and-control 26; Asian labor migration 30;; Guangdong conditions 32-33; Gam Saan 34; credit-ticket system 35; contract laborers vs free emigrants 35; Ch women and emigration 36-7; Ch women in HI vs CA 38-9 Ch 3 – Chinese : Gold Rush 1849 79, Ch % of work force 79, over 80% service workers and farm laborers 79, foreign miners’ tax 1852 82, nativist reaction 83, independent prospectors 82, Central Pacific Railroad 84, why Ch labor? 84, hardships 86, Ch in mfg work 87, Ch in agriculture 88-90, ethnic antagonism 92, Ch laundryman 92-93, Mississippi Ch 94, Ch in New England 96, Blacks, Indians and Ch 100-102, People v Hall 1954 102, “The Heathen Chinee” 104- 8, Ch Exclusion Act 1882, 1892, 1902 111, Ch Six Companies 113, Burlingame Treaty 114, tongs, fongs, huigan 119, Ch prostitutes 122-3, Ch stores as Ch American institution 127
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