Koreas royal family and a connection with the

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Korea’s royal family and a connection with the Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association emigration operations: 1902-1905 Horace Allen gave David Deshler his emigration “franchise” obstacles after the Organic Act Emigration bank and “show money” → he opened this bank to allow Koreans to borrow money so that they could
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carry some money because contract labor was illegal in Hawaii since it was already a part of the US. showed the money so that they could show they “paid their own way to the US” 7200 to Hawaii as contract laborers Japan ended Korean emigration in 1905 1905-1924: 1000+ women and 500+ exiles Multiple Choice Question: the early waves of Chinese migrants to the US came from southern China partly because: their connections with foreign merchants gave them both the information and means to migrate Multiple Choice Question: Great Britain launched the First Opium War against China because: the British wanted to continue opium trade with China Multiple Choice Question : A large number of early Chinese immigrants to California worked as laundrymen because: the job was profitable in gold mining California where women were few Multiple Choice Question: the growth of Hawaii’s sugar economy was due to all of the following except: the island’s large supply of cheap labor Korean immigration/emigration early history as a “Hermit Kingdom” → Korea wasn’t interested in foreign affairs o emigration to Northern China - Yanbian o emigration to Russia o trade with Japan Yi Dynasty (1392-1910) and forced contact with outside powers o “sadae” with China → China considered itself as the center of the world and Korea recognized them as a powerhouse. If anyone invaded Korea, China would fight on their behalf o foreign competition for control over Korea
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  • Winter '08
  • ZHAO
  • Asian History, japan, Emigration, Multiple Choice Question

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