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The History of Asian Immigrants in the United States during the 20th Century

The History of Asian Immigrants in the United States during the 20th Century

Charles River

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Chinese History

ISBN13: 9798519658706
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 12 2021
Pages: 52
Weight: 0.32
Height: 0.11 Width: 8.50 Depth: 11.02
Language: English
The story of early Asian immigration to the United States is also one about race legislation and discrimination at a time when global populations were moving with more frequency and merging ahead of their ability to practically assimilate. The greatest involuntary migration in history took place as some 12.5 million black African crossed the Atlantic as slaves.[1] In the New World, the advent of abolition created a knock-on labor crisis that was filled in many instances by contract or indentured labor from India and China while at the same time opportunist migration was taking place from the old cultures of Asia and Europe to the New World and the emerging European colonies.

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