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A More Perfect Union | Japanese Americans & the U.S. Constitution | Smithsonian National Museum of American History

A More Perfect Union | Japanese Americans & the U.S. Constitution | Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Personal Chinese American family history stories submitted by individuals. Part of exhibit at NY Historical Society

Personal Chinese American family history stories submitted by individuals. Part of exhibit at NY Historical Society

Experiencing War: Asian Pacific Americans - Going for Broke (Stories from the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress)

Experiencing War: Asian Pacific Americans - Going for Broke (Stories from the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress)

The Filipino American Story | Hoy! Jump Aboard! |  Two young characters, Marissa and Jordan, serve as hosts of this multimedia curriculum guide. The lessons present Filipino American history and culture as a means of considering broader ideas of ethnic heritage. The site includes a section for students.

The Filipino American Story | Hoy! Jump Aboard! | Two young characters, Marissa and Jordan, serve as hosts of this multimedia curriculum guide. The lessons present Filipino American history and culture as a means of considering broader ideas of ethnic heritage. The site includes a section for students.

Find Your Place: Asian Americans + Pacific Islanders | National Park Services heritage initiatives publication

Find Your Place: Asian Americans + Pacific Islanders | National Park Services heritage initiatives publication

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month | Law Library of Congress

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month | Law Library of Congress

Businesses around the world have often turned to "exotic" figures to help sell their products and give them a touch of intrigue. Belmont Bouquet used trade cards depicting a young Asian girl to sell their perfume. From the Archives Collection of the national Museum of American History.

Businesses around the world have often turned to "exotic" figures to help sell their products and give them a touch of intrigue. Belmont Bouquet used trade cards depicting a young Asian girl to sell their perfume. From the Archives Collection of the national Museum of American History.

Learn The History of Printing: The collected works of Yi Munsun (the literary name of Yi Kyu-bo), the great poet, scholar, and statesman of Korea's Koryo Dynasty (918-1392), were edited and printed with metal movable type by his son Yi Ham in about 1241.

Learn The History of Printing

Learn The History of Printing: The collected works of Yi Munsun (the literary name of Yi Kyu-bo), the great poet, scholar, and statesman of Korea's Koryo Dynasty (918-1392), were edited and printed with metal movable type by his son Yi Ham in about 1241.

Cheap-Chinese-Labour-Cartoon

Settlement of Asians in the Deep South (1763 – 1882)

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