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wrongdoing. The authors describe the violence vividly but dispassionately, which is surprising given the intensely emotional nature of the event. This matter-of-fact tone might be explained by a desire to salvage inter-cultural relations in Wyoming. Alternatively, it may demonstrate that the authors understood that their audience—a Chinese diplomat and eventually the U.S. Congress—would be less responsive to rancorous rhetoric. Although there is no obvious reason to distrust the account written in this document, it is necessary to note that it offers only a single perspective from the victims’ point of view. Below would be on a separate reference page Citation: “Wyoming Gunfight: An Attack on Chinatown, 1885.” In Major Problems in American History, Volume II: Since 1865 , ed. Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman and Jon Gjerde, 46-47. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002. Hai
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Vital Statistics: This source is a digital image of an oil on canvas painting, illustrated by Henri Paul Motte in 1874. The painting is currently in the private collection of Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art (1874). Summary: The digital image painting depicts a scene from the Trojan War, more specifically, the end of the mythical Trojan War. Motte had illustrated the infamous Trojan Horse on his canvas.
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