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Vancouver[] Main article: Chinese Benevolent Association of Vancouver Branches[]
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Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, San Diego Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, Chicago Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, Washington, DC The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association has several branches in the United States and Canada including in: [9] Augusta, Georgia - 548 Walker Street Bakersfield, California - 2128 N Street
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Boston, Massachusetts - 90 Tyler Street Chicago, Illinois - 250 West 22nd Place Cleveland, Ohio - 2154 Rockwell Avenue Detroit, Michigan - 415 Peterboro Street Edmonton, Alberta - 9645 101A Avenue NW Fresno, California - 949 Waterman Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii - 42 North King Street Houston, Texas - 10303 Westoffice Drive Littleton, Colorado - 1100 West Littleton Boulevard Los Angeles, California - 925 North Broadway Marysville, California - 226 1st Street Montreal, Quebec - 112 La Gauchetiere West New York City, New York - 62 Mott Street Oakland, California - 373 9th Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 930 Race Street Portland, Oregon - 315 NW Davis Street Regina, Saskatchewan - 1817 Osler Street Sacramento, California - 915 Fourth Street Salinas, California - 1 California Street San Diego, California - 428 3rd Avenue San Francisco, California - 843 Stockton Street Seattle , Washington - 522 Seventh Avenue South Stockton, California - 212 East Lafayette Street Toronto, Ontario - 84 Augusta Avenue Vancouver, British Columbia - 108 East Pender Street Victoria, British Columbia - 636 Fisgard Street Washington, D.C. - 510 I (Eye) Street NW Windsor, Ontario - 436 Wyandotte Street West See also[] References[] Notes[] Citations[] Randolph Delehanty, Chinatown Introduction: a Tale of Four Cities , Chronicle Books, sfgate.com. Undated, accessed online 17 October 2007. Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and Chinese Community Center, Inc (New York City), official site. Accessed online 17 October 2007. Chong Wa Association [ permanent dead link ] (Seattle) on vrseattle.com. Accessed online 17 October 2007. (In Simplified Chinese) "Documents of the Chinese Six Companies Pertaining to Immigration", p. 17 25 (especially "A Memorial from Representative Chinamen in America", p. 18 23) in Judy Yung, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai (compilers and editors), Chinese American Voices , University of California Press (2006). ISBN 0-520-24310-2 . External links[]
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