Chinese Material Culture Collection
References Cited in the Chinese Material Culture Collection:
Ahmad, D. L.
2007 The Opium Debate and Chinese Exclusion Laws in the Nineteenth-Century American West. University of Nevada Press, Reno.
1996 Asian Coins: Dong, Wen, and Mon. In Down by the Station: Los Angeles Chinatown, 1880-1933, Roberta S. Greenwood, editor. pp 98-104. University of California, Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles.
1898 New York’s Chinatown: A Historical Presentation of its People and Places. Bohemia Publishers, New York.
2011 Healing Teas for your Body, Mind, and Soul. Apex Publishing Limited, Essex, England.
2000 Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: a trans-Pacific Community. Asian America. Stanford University Press, Stanford.
Chinese in Northwest America Research Committee
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Choy, Phillip C.
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Costello, Julia G., Kevin Hallaran, Keith Warren, and Margie Akin
2008 The Luck of Third Street: Archaeology of Chinatown, San Bernardino, California. In Historical Archaeology, 42(3): 135-151.
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Farncomb, Melissa K.
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Garrett, Valery M.
1987 Traditional Chinese Clothing in Hong Kong and South China, 1840-1980. Oxford University Press, New York.
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1993 The Study of Faunal Remains from an Overseas Chinese Mining Camp in Northern Idaho. In Hidden Heritage: Historical Archaeology of the Overseas Chinese, Priscilla Wegars, editor, pp.97-122. Baywood, Amityville, NT.
Rose, Chelsea and Katie Johnson
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Yao, Xiào Yun
1998 Translation Sheets for American River Chinatown Artifacts, Folsom, California. Manuscript on file, PAR Environmental Services, Inc., Sacramento, California.
1999 Translation Sheets for American River Chinatown Artifacts, Folsom, California. Manuscript on file, PAR Environmental Services, Inc., Sacramento, California.