A History Of Chinese American Achievement In The United States: Exclusion And Acceptance

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Examines the story of Chinese American achievement, integrating information about individuals into the larger context of American history, and emphasizing their contributions to American society and culture. Highlights Yung Wing becoming the first Chinese American to graduate from a college in the United States, Chinese Six Companies representing all Chinese in the United States, Chinese Americans distinguishing themselves in the American Civil War, Chinese American laborers building the Transcontinental Railroad, Congress passing the Chinese Exclusion Act, and Joseph and Mary Tape successfully challenging San Francisco public schools.

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Runtime: 29 minutes

A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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Grade Level: 7 - 12
A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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29 minutes
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A History Of Chinese American Achievement
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