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Don't need to remember every year and exact time, but knowing events in relative timeto each other helps determine what comes before, what comes later, etc.·However, there are a few important dates·Info from both section and lecture are important (could be on exams?)·Don't forget about syllabus onlineIntroduction: Americans and Asian AmericansoWho are Americans? Could be defined as people who live in America, people born inAmerica, people with American citizenship, not exactly definedoWho are Asian Americans?oMigrants, Emigrants, and Immigrants: What's what? For what reason?oU.S. Citizens - U.S. Born citizens and naturalized citizensoImmigrants and permanent residents·Permanent residence is more of a legal statusI.AmericansA.Native Americans·Asian migration to North America - 12,000 years ago·Over 200 tribes by late 15thcentury·Population reduced by 95% after European ContractB.European Americans·Arrived after 1492·The colonial periodC.African Americans·Firstarrived in 1619
·Enslaved in the New World -- they were not enslaved in Africa/start as slaves inAfrica·Slavery ended in 1863 (in U.S.)·Immigrants from AfricaD.Western Hemisphere Immigrants·Relations with American neighbors·Immigration policies for Western Hemisphere nations§Had to be far more lenient than policies towards Asians and other ethnicitiesE.Asian Americans·Began to arrive in mid-19thcentury·Mainly five large groups before 1965: Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Asian Indians,and Filipinos·Asian Exclusion: Began in 1882·Exclusion ended during and after WWII·New waves of immigrants after 1965 and southeast Asian refugees after 1975·2000-12.5 million: 4.5% of total U.S. Population·2010 - 17.3 million(including 2.6 million mixed race individuals), 5.6% of totalU.S. PopulationII.U.S. Immigration PoliciesA.Border open in the early days of the RepublicB.Exclusion: 1882 to 1952C.Racially based quota system - 1924 to 1965D.Immigration Reform - 1965(I know the sort of outline headers seem really weird here. That's how they were in classbasically the above were more of bullet points than their own sections. I also have no idea whythe numbering changes up next)2.Chinese Emigration and ImmigrationoWhy would people want to migrate or immigrate? In other words, what were some pushfactors (reasons why people left a place) and what were pull factors (reasons why people came toa place)·Opportunity (economic, political, etc.)·Persecution (political, religious, cultural, etc.)oUnited States is major destination for international migration. Why?·Educational opportunities (think about all the internationals that come toUCSB)·Economic opportunities·Standards of living
·Freedom of expression or politicsoBefore WWII: Asian immigrants came from mainly five countries/regions (China, Japan,Asian India, Philippines, Koreas? Why?·Could be because of population issues·Possibly political events at time·News reached these countries more (like how the Gold Rush attracted manyChinese)1.History of Chinese Emigration (Honestly I have no idea what's going on with the

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Winter
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The American, Chinese American history

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