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J. V. Gatewood
With a population of 12.5 million as of 2002, Asian Americans represent one of the fastest-growing demographics in the United States. Diversity has been a defining feature of the Asian American experience: the term “Asian American” includes both immigrants and native-born; those who immigrated before World War II and those whose families arrived after immigration reform in ...
Asian Americans. Reference library
American economic, military, and missionary activities profoundly affected the pattern of Asian and Pacific islanders' emigration to the United States. U.S. imperial expansion in the Pacific, the Yankee clipper trade with China, the annexation of ...
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Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619–1895: From the Colonial Period to the Age of Frederick Douglass
The first Asians to arrive in the United States in significant numbers were Chinese laborers attracted to the country after