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Title The Columbia documentary history of the Asian American experience / edited by Franklin Odo.

Published New York ; Chichester : Columbia University Press, 2002.

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 UniM Bail  973.0495 COLU    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 590 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Part 1 Contact and Conflict: Asia and the Pacific: Through 1900 9 -- 1. Naturalization Act, March 26, 1790 13 -- 2. California Foreign Miners Tax, April 13, 1850 15 -- 3. Agreement Between English Merchant and "Chinaman," 1850 17 -- 4. People, Respondent, v. George W. Hall, Appellant, 1854 19 -- 5. Publisher's Remarks on "The Chinese and the Times" in First Chinese Newspaper in the United States, June 10, 1854 22 -- 6. An Act to Prohibit the "Coolie Trade" by American Citizens in American Vessels, February 19, 1862 24 -- 7. An Act to Protect Free White Labor Against Competition with Chinese Coolie Labor, and to Discourage the Immigration of the Chinese Into the State of California (a.k.a. Police Tax), April 26, 1862 26 -- 8. Amendment 14, U.S. Constitution, 1868 29 -- 9. Burlingame-Seward Treaty, July 28, 1868 31 -- 10. In re Ah Fong, September 21, 1874 33 -- 11. An Act Supplementary to the Acts in Relation to Immigration (a.k.a. The Page Law), March 3, 1875 38 -- 12. "Ah Sin" (Chinese Song), written for and sung by C. T. Parsloe, 1877 41 -- 13. In re Ah Yup, April 29, 1878 46 -- 14. Petition from 1,300 Chinese Merchants for Schools, 1878? 49 -- 15. Invalidation of Queue Ordinance, July 7, 1879 51 -- 16. Memorial on Chinatown, Investigating Committee of the Anti-Chinese Council, Workingmen's Party of California, March 10, 1880 57 -- 17. An Act to Execute Certain Treaty Stipulations Relating to Chinese (a.k.a. Chinese Exclusion Act), May 6, 1882 62 -- 18. Treaty Between the United States and Corea: Peace, Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, May 22, 1882 64 -- 19. Foran Act Prohibiting Contract Labor, February 26, 1885 67 -- 20. California Supreme Court: Mamie Tape, an Infant, by Her Guardian Ad Litem, Joseph Tape, Respondent, v. Jennie M. A. Hurley et al., Appellants, March 3, 1885 70 -- 21. Letter from Mary Tape, April 8, 1885 72 -- 22. Saum Song Bo Letter Protesting Fund Raising for Statue of Liberty, October 1885 74 -- 23. Supreme Court: Yick Wo v. Hopkins, May 10, 1886 76 -- 24. Hawai'i Constitution (a.k.a. Bayonet Constitution), 1887 81 -- 25. An Act to Prohibit the Coming of Chinese Laborers to the United States (a.k.a. Scott Act), September 13, 1888 84 -- 26. Supreme Court: Chae Chan Ping v. United States, May 13, 1889 86 -- 27. An Act to Prohibit the Coming of Chinese Persons Into the United States (a.k.a. Geary Act), May 5, 1892 89 -- 28. Supreme Court: Nishimura Ekiu v. United States, January 18, 1892 91 -- 29. Supreme Court: Fong Yue Ting v. United States, Wong Quan v. Same, Lee Joe v. Same, May 15, 1893 93 -- 30. Dr. Harvey Saburo Hayashi Admonition to Japanese Immigrants, 1893 97 -- 31. In re Saito, June 27, 1894 101 -- 32. Comic Song and Chorus: "The Wedding of the Chinee and the Coon," 1897 104 -- 33. Treaty of Peace Between the United States and Spain, Paris, December 10, 1898 109 -- 34. Supreme Court: United States v. Wong Kim Ark, March 1898 112 -- 35. Annexation of Hawai'i, March 16, 1898 115 -- 36. Reverend Eryu Honda, Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Minister, and Japanese Consul Miki Saito, 1898 120 -- 37. Hawai'i Sugar Plantation Wage Policy, March 20, 1899 122 -- 38. Political Cartoons Reflecting U.S. Images of Filipinos, 1899 124 -- Part 2 Migration and Settlement: Through 1924 127 -- 39. Holehole bushi: Japanese Folk Songs on Hawai'i Sugar Plantations, 1900 131 -- 40. Samuel Gompers and Mexican/Japanese Farmworkers in Oxnard, California, June 2, 1903 134 -- 41. Chiura Obata Letter to Family, August 1903 137 -- 42. Sun Yat-sen Application to Enter the United States, April 21, 1904 139 -- 43. Theodore Roosevelt Executive Order (a.k.a. Gentlemen's Agreement) March 14, 1907 141 -- 44. Anti-Japanese Laundry League Flyer, 1908 143 -- 45. On Higher Wages for Japanese Laborers, 1909 145 -- 46. Angel Island Poetry, 1910 148 -- 47. Song: "Chinatown, My Chinatown," 1910 150 -- 48. Supreme Court: Tang Tun v. Edsell, March 11, 1912 155 -- 49. Hawaii Hochi, First Editorial, December 7, 1912 157 -- 50. California Alien Land Law (a.k.a. Webb Act), August 10, 1913 160 -- 51. Immigration Act of 1917 (a.k.a. Barred Zone Act), February 5, 1917 162 -- 52. Immigration Memorandum re Mrs. Fong See, July 3, 1919 165 -- 53. Federation of Japanese Labor, "The Voice of Labor in Hawaii," 1920 167 -- 54. Reverend Shiro Sokabe and Japanese Labor, 1920? 170 -- 55. Bishop Koyu Uchida, Testimony to House Immigration Committee, 1920 172 -- 56. An Ch'angho, "Grand Strategy for Independence" for Korea, 1920 174 -- 57. Cable Act, September 22, 1922 179 -- 58. Supreme Court: Takao Ozawa v. United States, November 13, 1922 181 -- 59. Supreme Court: United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind, February 19, 1923 185 -- 60. Supreme Court: Terrace et al. v. Thompson, Attorney General of the State of Washington, November 12, 1923 189 -- 61. National Origins Act: An Act to Limit the Immigration of Aliens Into the United States, and for Other Purposes, May 26, 1924 192 -- Part 3 Accommodation and Hostility: Through 1941 197 -- 62. Supreme Court: Hidemitsu Toyota v. United States, May 25, 1925 199 -- 63. Friendship Dolls to Japan, December 20, 1926 202 -- 64. Supreme Court: Wallace R. Farrington, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, et al.v. T. Tokushige et al., February 21, 1927 204 -- 65. Supreme Court: Weedin v. Chin Bow, June 6, 1927 208 -- 66. Supreme Court: Gong Lum et al. v. Rice et al., November 21, 1927 211 -- 67. Younghill Kang, The Grass Roof, 1931 215 -- 68. Hare-Hawes-Cutting Act, January 17, 1933 217 -- 69. California District Court of Appeal: Salvador Roldan v. Los Angeles County, January 27, 1933 220 -- 70. Gee Theo Quee Angel Island Interrogation, December 1, 1933 223 -- 71. Tydings-McDuffie Act (Public Law No. 127), March 24, 1934 230 -- 72. Filipino Repatriation Act, July 10, 1935 234 -- 73. A General Staff Study: Plan--Initial Seizure of Organe [Japanese] Nationals, 1936 236 -- 74. International Ladies Garment Workers' Union on Chinese Workers, January 1938 238 -- 75. Chinese Ladies Garment Workers' Union, Local 341, January 1939 240 -- 76. Okinawans in America, 1939 242 -- Part 4 World War II: Through 1945 247 -- 77. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, "Day of Infamy" Speech, December 8, 1941 251 -- 78. Life Magazine, "How to Tell Japs from the Chinese," December 22, 1941 253 -- 79. Mike Masaoka, "Japanese American Creed," May 9, 1941 256 -- 80. Reverend Tamasaku Watanabe, Appeal for Exemption from Freezing Assets, August 9, 1941 258 -- 81. Letter from John Steinbeck to John Ford, December 10, 1941 261 -- 82. Petition to Establish Varsity Victory Volunteers, January 30, 1942 263 -- 83. Letter from Charles Hemenway to Ralph Yempuku, Varsity Victory Volunteers, May 23, 1942 265 -- 84. Executive Order 9066, February 19, 1942 267 -- 85. Army Instructions for Removal of Japanese Americans in Los Angeles, May 3, 1942 269 -- 86. Letter from Louis Goldblatt to Carol King, May 22, 1942 272 -- 87. Toku Shimomura Diary, 1942 274 -- 88. Repeal of Chinese Exclusion Acts (Public Law 199), December 17, 1943 281 -- 89. Supreme Court: Kiyoshi [Gordon] Hirabayashi v. United States, June 21, 1943 283 -- 90. Supreme Court: Minoru Yasui v. U.S. Supreme Court, June 21, 1943 288 -- 91. Destruction of Original Relocation Report Documents, 1943 290 -- 92. Carlos Bulosan, America Is in the Heart, 1943 292 -- 93. Jimmie Omura on Japanese American Resistance to the Draft, April 7, 1944 299 -- 94. Supreme Court: Ex Parte Mitsuye Endo, December 18, 1944 302 -- 95. Supreme Court: Korematsu v. United States, December 18, 1944 306 -- 96. War Brides Act (Public Law 271), December 28, 1945 312 -- Part 5 Pacific Ocean: An American Lake: Through 1975 315 -- 97. Philippines Veterans Rescission Act, February 18, 1946 320 -- 98. Supreme Court: Torao Takahashi v. Fish and Game Commission, June 7, 1948 322 -- 99. Honolulu Advertiser Editorials: Hawaii Dock Strike, May 5 and 9, 1949 327 -- 100. California Supreme Court: Fujii Sei v. State of California, April 17, 1952 330 -- 101. McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act, June 27, 1952 335 -- 102. Supreme Court: Kwong Hai Chew v. Colding, et al., February 9, 1953 339 -- 103. Supreme Court: Kimm v.
Rosenberg, June 13, 1960 343 -- 104. Children's Petition on Civil Rights Bill to Senator Hiram Fong, October 9, 1963 347 -- 105. Immigration and Nationality Act, October 3, 1965 351 -- 106. Nguyen Thanh Trang, "North and South Vietnam Are Not Two Countries," 1966 355 -- 107. Supreme Court: Loving et ux. v. Virginia, June 12, 1967 358 -- 108. San Francisco State University Third World Liberation Front Position, 1968 361 -- 109. International Hotel Struggle, Manilatown, San Francisco, February 1970 365 --
110. Need for a United Asian-American Front, 1970 370 -- 111. Preface to Roots: An Asian American Reader, 1971 374 -- 112. "Yellow Pearl": Asian American Movement Music, 1972 378 -- 113. Song: "We Are the Children," 1972 381 -- 114. Ramsay Liem, "Some Tasks at Hand," 1972 383 -- 115. Preface to Aiiieeeee!, 1973 385 -- 116. Hirabayashi Ethnic Education Statement, 1974 392 -- 117. Supreme Court: Lau v. Nichols, January 21, 1974 401 -- 118. Letter, Philip Vera Cruz to Noel Kent re Filipino Farmworkers, January 17, 1975 404 -- 119. Indochina Migration and Refugee Assistance Act, May 23, 1975 407 -- Part 6 Brave New World: Through 2000 409 -- 120. Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week (Proclamation 4650), March 28, 1979 413 -- 121. Eric Chock, Writers of Hawaii Conference, 1980 415 -- 122. Recommendations from the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, 1982 419 -- 123. Appeal Letter from Mother of Vincent Chin, 1983 425 -- 124. Resolution on Vincent Chin Decision by Detroit NAACP, March 1983 427 -- 125. U.S. District Court: Fred Korematsu v. United States, April 19, 1984 429 -- 126. Nobuko Miyamoto, "Yuiyo Bon Odori," 1984 432 -- 127. Southeast Asian Refugee Acts: Resettlement, Amerasian Homecoming, and Refugees via Thailand, December 22, 1987 434 -- 128. Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-383), August 10, 1988 439 -- 129. U.S. Court of Appeals: William Hohri et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. United States, January 21, 1988 444 -- 130. William Hohri/NCJAR Class Action Suit for World War II Damages, 1988 448 -- 131. Supreme Court: Wards Cove Packing Company, Inc., et al. v. Atonio et al., June 5, 1989 457 -- 132. Masaru "Pundy" Yokouchi Interview in Off Center, March/April 1990 464 -- 133. Daniel Tsang, "Asians Are Automatically Labeled Gang Members," December 12, 1994 467 -- 134. Akaka Legislation to Review for Asian Pacific American Congressional Medals of Honor (Senate Bill 1026), August 3, 1995 470 -- 135. Peter Hyun, Afterword to In the New World, 1995 473 -- 136. Andrew Lam, "Love, Money, Prison, Sin, Revenge," 1995 477 -- 137. "Distant Shores, Common Ground," 1995 487 -- 138. Nobuko Miyamoto, "To All Relations," 1996 494 -- 139. Washington Post, Filipino Veterans Editorial, December 13, 1997 496 -- 140. Revised Office of Management and Budget Directive 15, December 15, 1997 498 -- 141. Senator Daniel Inouye, Speech on Filipino World War II Veterans, May 13, 1998 502 -- 142. Statement at Official Close of Japanese American Redress Office, September 10, 1998 506 -- 143. Vu Nguyen, "Why I Hate Ho Chi Minh," February 19-25, 1999 509 -- 144. Le Ly Hayslip Commentary, February 24, 1999 512 -- 145. Executive Order 13125, June 7, 1999 514 -- 146. Senator Daniel Inouye Introduces General Eric Shinseki, June 9, 1999 518 -- 147. Quang X. Pham, Vietnamese Recognition Luncheon Speech, August 1999 520 -- 148. Hmong Veterans Naturalization Act (Public Law 106-207), May 26, 2000 527 -- 149. "On Behalf of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender [LGBT] Asian Pacific Islander Individuals and Organizations," September 18, 2000 530 -- 150. Celebrating South Asians, September 21, 2000 534 -- 151. Association for Asian American Studies Resolution on Wen Ho Lee, May 26, 2000 538 -- 152. Committee of 100: American Attitudes Toward Chinese Americans and Asian Americans, 2001 541 -- 153. 2001 Obon Schedule in Hawai'i, May 2001 551 -- 154. Norman Mineta, Speech at National Japanese American Memorial Foundation, June 29, 2001 555 -- 155. U.S. Catholic Bishops Welcome Asian Pacific Americans, July 2001 558.
Summary This collection of key documents presents the rich Asian American heritage through primary sources -- speeches, diary entries, editorials, advertisements, court opinions, legislation, songs, and poems -- along with expert, concise editorial commentary. It reflects not only the rapid expansion in the field of Asian American studies in the last decade but also innovative scholarship on Asian Americans from many fields, including western history, feminist studies, political science, anthropology, and military history.
Other author Odo, Franklin.
Subject Asian Americans -- History.
Asians -- United States -- History.
ISBN 0231110308 ?p1?s46.50