||The David J. Weber series in the new borderlands history
||Note on language and terminology -- Introduction: Aliens and the nation -- Part 1. Coolies and contracts, 1847-1874 -- Contested sovereignties : coolies on the high seas -- Contracting freedom -- Part 2. Clandestine crossings and the production of illegal aliens, 1882-1900 -- The rights of man and of the citizen, 1882-1900 -- The immigration bureaucracy and the production of illegal aliens -- Clandestine crossings to the United States -- Part 3. Competing revolutionary nationalisms, 1900-1940 -- Revolutionary nationalism and xenophobia -- Chinese diasporic networks -- Epilogue.
|Scope and content
||"Young traces the pivotal century of Chinese migration to the Americas, beginning with the 1840s at the start of the 'coolie' trade and ending during World War II. This book is the first transnational history of Chinese migration to the Americas. By focusing on the fluidity and complexity of border crossings throughout the Western Hemisphere, Young shows us how Chinese migrants constructed alternative communities and identities through these transnational pathways"--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references(pages 327-339)and index.|
|Access restriction||Available only to authorized users.|
|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|
|ISBN||9781469612966 (paperback : alkaline paper)|