Mai Wah Society

Related Links

For more information about the history of Asian immigrants in America, here are a few links that we have discovered that lead to valuable sources of information.

Asian American History Timeline

MONTANA

Chinese In Montana German Gulch

"Montana's Chinese: Our Forgotten Pioneers," with Ellen Baumler (YouTube)

Butte History Virginia City

Butte Attractions

CALIFORNIA

The Chinese in California, 1850-1925(American Memory, Library of Congress)

The Chinese Historical Society of America in San Francisco, California

Chinese Culture Center, San Fancisco

Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation

Oakland Chinatown History

CHCP Golden Legacy Curriculum, San Jose

Bok Kai Temple, Marysville

Weaverville Joss House Historic Park

Dai Loy Museum, Locke

Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, Santa Clara County

Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles

Chinese Historical Society of Southern California

Ventura County Chinese American Association

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, Santa Clara County

Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, Santa Clara County

Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, Santa Clara County

WASHINGTON-OREGON-IDAHO

Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle, Washington

Chinese Massacre Memorial - Snake River Canyon

Gin Lin Mining Trail in Rogue River National Forest in Southern Oregon

Kam Wah Chung Company Museum - Oregon Online Highways

OTHER WESTERN US

The Confucius Institute at The University of Montana
      World list of Confucius Institutes

The Promise of Gold Mountain: Tucson, Arizona's Chinese Heritage

Asian American Comparative Collection at the University of Idaho

EASTERN U.S.

Asian American Cultural Center at Yale University

Chinese-American Museum of Chicago/Chinatown Museum Foundation

Chicago Chinese American Historical Society

Boston's Chinatown Heritage Project

Museum of Chinese in the Americas, New York City

Committee of 100, New York