Introduction to "The Chinese American Experience".

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Biographies of people related to "The Chinese American Experience".

Index of the Articles and Illustrations found in Harper's Weekly.

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Ethnic Comparisons
American Indians
MINING LIFE IN CALIFORNIA
Harper’s Weekly, October 3, 1857, page 632 (Illustrated Article)
EVERY DOG (NO DISTINCTION OF COLOR) HAS HIS DAY
Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1879, page 101 (Nast Cartoon)
Anglo-Saxon
A BREACH OF NATIONAL FAITH
Harper’s Weekly, March 9, 1879, page 182 (Editorial)
Blacks
DIFFICULT PROBLEMS SOLVING THEMSELVES
Harper’s Weekly, March 29, 1879, page 256 (Nast Cartoon)
THE POOR BARBARIANS CAN’T UNDERSTAND OUR CIVILIZED REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT
Harper’s Weekly, September 13, 1879, page 721 (Nast Cartoon)
THE CHINESE BILL
Harper’s Weekly, April 1, 1882, page 194 (Editorial)
MR. YEW FUN TAN
Harper’s Weekly, April 22, 1882, page 243 (Editorial)
CRIMES AGAINST THE CHINESE
Harper’s Weekly, November 21, 1885, page 755 (Editorial)
EVERY DOG (NO DISTINCTION OF COLOR) HAS HIS DAY
Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1879, page 101 (Nast Cartoon)
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
English
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
Europeans
THE CHINESE AGAIN
Harper’s Weekly, October 18, 1879, page 822 (Editorial)
French
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
German-Americans
THROWING DOWN THE LADDER BY WHICH THEY ROSE
Harper’s Weekly, July 23, 1870, page 480 (Nast Cartoon)
EVERY DOG (NO DISTINCTION OF COLOR) HAS HIS DAY
Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1879, page 101 (Nast Cartoon)
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
Irish-Americans
CHINESE AMERICANS IN NEW YORK
Harper’s Weekly, October 3, 1857, page 630 (Domestic Intelligence)
THROWING DOWN THE LADDER BY WHICH THEY ROSE
Harper’s Weekly, July 23, 1870, page 480 (Nast Cartoon)
THE NEW COMET-A PHENOMENON NOW VISIBLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Harper’s Weekly, August 6, 1870, page 505 (Nast Cartoon)
THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1871, page 149 (Nast Cartoon)
THE HEATHEN CHINEE
Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1871, page 147 (Illustrated Article)
BLAINE LANGUAGE
Harper’s Weekly, March 15, 1879, page 216 (Nast Cartoon)
AT FRISCO
Harper’s Weekly, March 20, 1880, page 183 (Cartoon)
MR. YEW FUN TAN
Harper’s Weekly, April 22, 1882, page 243 (Editorial)
THE CHINESE PANIC
Harper’s Weekly, May 20, 1882, pages 306-307 (Editorial)
THE CHINESE OUTRAGES
Harper’s Weekly, April 24, 1886, page 259 (Editorial)
EVERY DOG (NO DISTINCTION OF COLOR) HAS HIS DAY
Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1879, page 101 (Nast Cartoon)
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
Jews
WHO MAY BE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES
Harper’s Weekly, May 15, 1858, page 306 (Editorial)
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
Koreans
A DISTINCTION WITHOUT A DIFFERENCE
Harper’s Weekly, August 19, 1882, page 527 (Nast Cartoon)
Labor Competition
THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. CRISPIN
Harper’s Weekly, July 16, 1870, page 464 (Nast Cartoon)
THE NEW COMET-A PHENOMENON NOW VISIBLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Harper’s Weekly, August 6, 1870, page 505 (Nast Cartoon)
THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1871, page 149 (Nast Cartoon)
THE HEATHEN CHINEE
Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1871, page 147 (Illustrated Article)
Mexican-Americans
MINING LIFE IN CALIFORNIA
Harper’s Weekly, October 3, 1857, page 632 (Illustrated Article)
Miscegenation
CHINESE AMERICANS IN NEW YORK
Harper’s Weekly, October 3, 1857, page 630 (Domestic Intelligence)
PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPLETE
Harper’s Weekly, June 12, 1869, page 384 (Cartoon)
HUMORS OF THE DAY
Harper’s Weekly, January 3, 1880, page 11 (Humor Column)
THE WIFE OF FOO JUNG
Harper’s Weekly, January 16, 1892, pages 53-54 (Fiction)
THE WIFE OF FOO JUNG
Harper’s Weekly, January 16, 1892, page 53 (Illustration)
Various, general
WHO MAY BE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES
Harper’s Weekly, May 15, 1858, page 306 (Editorial)
UNCLE SAM’S THANKSGIVING DINNER
Harper’s Weekly, November 20, 1869, page 745 (Nast Cartoon)
THROWING DOWN THE LADDER BY WHICH THEY ROSE
Harper’s Weekly, July 23, 1870, page 480 (Nast Cartoon)
THE NEW COMET-A PHENOMENON NOW VISIBLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Harper’s Weekly, August 6, 1870, page 505 (Nast Cartoon)
THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1871, page 149 (Nast Cartoon)
THE LAST ADDITION TO THE FAMILY
Harper’s Weekly, September 25, 1869, page 624 (Cartoon)
UNCLE SAM’S REPLY TO THE MULLIGAN ON THE CHINESE QUESTION
Harper’s Weekly, September 4, 1869, page 574 (Poem)
Whites
PROTECTING WHITE LABOR
Harper’s Weekly, March 22, 1879, page 216 (Nast Cartoon)

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