Written for students at a 6th-8th grade reading level, this set traces the history and contributions of Asian-Americans from their first travels across the Pacific to the present day.
When Asians began to immigrate to the United States in the 1800s, they met with both gratitude for the labor they provided and mistrust for their culture, which was unfamiliar to Americans. This two-volume set traces the turbulent history of Asian Americans from their first arrival to the present day. After an introduction to each chapter, A-Z entries identify people, places, events, and terms to give a complete picture to students researching all aspects of Asian American history.
Volume 1: From Gold Mountain to Picture Brides, 1848-1924
Volume 2: From the Exclusion Era to Today, 1925-Present
• 100 photographs
• 40 maps, charts, and graphs
• Primary documents