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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pass Laws, Californio

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Sutter"s fort center of holdings: part living quarters and supply shop for cattle ranch, ran on forced indian labor. In 1840s, americans who came to ca
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: 1887 Constitution Of The Kingdom Of Hawaii, Kamehameha Iii, Kamehameha I

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Islands first settled by polynesians or native hawaiians. Modern conception of hawaii began january 18, 1778: british captain james cook arrived on sho
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture 6: Asian American History Lecture 6

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1868 and 1869, 1st documented case of japanese immigration to america American, dutch, and german seaman smuggled several hundreds out of japan to work
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sedation

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Immigration is only part of u. s. history. Immigration policies of founding (differed by state) Reading 1 lecture notes: no quakers, no black. Only sla
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: First Opium War, Anglo-Saxons, Overseas Chinese

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1760 chinese government restricted foreign commerce to canton whereas fukien operated by. Chinese merchants: those from fukien made up earliest chinese
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Theodore Judah, Social Stigma

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Status increased: waiting for husbands to come home. In china and other states in the u. s. Missionaries: moral to travel alone, doing god"s bidding. P
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Page Act Of 1875, Know Nothing, Exclusion Crisis

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1874 stock market crash in san francisco; inflated speculation way above market value of stocks. Bank of california closed august 1875; terrible 70s be
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Vietnam War, Khmer Language, Khmer People

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Abolished national origins as basis of immigration. Provided annual admission of 170,000 immigrants from eastern hemisphere; 120,000 from western hemis
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Meiji Restoration

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Implications for racial formation of chinese in u. s. Scapegoats: group singled out for unmerited blame, the chinese were not able to vote, they were i
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Provisional Government Of The Republic Of Korea, Korean Independence Movement, March 1St Movement

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1905 korea became protectorate of japan: russo-japanese war (1904-1905), russia recognized japan entitled to pursue interest in korea, u. s. secretary
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Asian Americans, Spice Trade, Colonial India

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South asian immigration develops u. s. history within transnational framework. Connects u. s. history with colonial expansionist efforts of other count
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UW-MADISONASIAN AM 160Cheng CindyFall

ASIAN AM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Paris Peace Accords, Tet Offensive, Pentagon Papers

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Unpopularity led to coup: led by military forces in south, assassination of diem in 1963. U. s. involvement: summer 1963: u. s. discussed regime change
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