Examines the experiences of real Chinese women in America, from their arrival in 1834 to the present. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.
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Judy Yung (born 1946 San Francisco, California) is professor emerita in American Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She specializes in oral history, women's history, and Asian American history. Judy Yung is the fifth daughter of six children born to immigrant parents from China. She grew up in San Francisco Chinatown, where her father worked as a janitor and her mother as a seamstress to support the family.
Chinese women of America by Judy Yung, 1986, Published for the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco by University of Washington Press . There's no description for this book yet.
Published 1986 by Published for the Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco by University of Washington Press in Seattle. Chinese American women, History, Pictorial works.
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No list of badass Chinese women would be complete without the famous Mulan. Far from being just a Disney heroine, Mulan was likely a real person who lived during the Northern Wei Dynasty. Her story was first recorded in ballad form, namely the Ballad of Mulan.
Chinese Historical Society of America, Judy Yung. Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco. The Chinese Exclusion ACT and Angel Island: A Brief History with Documents. Island: Poetry & History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island: 1910 to 1940. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America. Judy Yung, Erika Lee. Unbound Voices: A Documentary History of Chinese Women in San Francisco.
Yung (Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History, Univ. Judy Yung is Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. of Washington P. 1986) has written a thorough and engrossing social history of Chinese women in San Francisco, from the turn of the century. She is the author of Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History (1986) and the coauthor of Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island (1980, 1991), which won the Before Columbus Foundation Book Award.
Chinese women of America. Chinese women of America.
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A pictorial history of women. Collection by Sherry Wells Harris. People could enter into service at a very young age, for example the girl in this photo from 1903, and may stay with the same household their whole life. A pictorial history of women.