Item #22073 The Chinaman as We See Him and Fifty Years of Work For Him. Ira M. Condit.
The Chinaman as We See Him and Fifty Years of Work For Him
The Chinaman as We See Him and Fifty Years of Work For Him

The Chinaman as We See Him and Fifty Years of Work For Him

Chicago, New York, Toronto: Fleming H. Revell, (1900). First Edition. 8vo. 233 pp. With fold-out map showing districts in Canton Province from which the Chinaman came. Black & white photographic reproductions. Yellow, red and black picctorial cloth in very good condition (minor wear to extremities; general darkening & soiling from handling). Item #22073

Chinese immigration to the West Coast of the United States began in early 1848 with the arrivalino San Francisco of 2 Chinese men and 1 Chinese woman. The wave of immigration grew substantially as news reached home about the great quantities of gold to be had. these Chinese worked in various labors - the mines, the railroads, agriculture and more. They were subjected to broad racial discrimination. In this work, the author shares his thoughts on a range of subjecs related to their efforts to make lives for themselves in their new country home. One of "The Asian Experience in North America" series.

Price: $350.00

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