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The Chinese and the iron road : building the transcontinental railroad /

edited by Gordon H. Chang and Shelley Fisher Fishkin, with Hilton Obenzinger and Roland Hsu.

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Names: Chang, Gordon H., | Fishkin, Shelley Fisher, | Obenzinger, Hilton, | Hsu, Roland,
Published: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2019]
Series: Asian America.
Topics: Railroad construction workers - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century. | Foreign workers, Chinese - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century. | Chinese - West (U.S.) - History - 19th century. | Chinesen | Ausländischer Arbeitnehmer | Gleisbauer | Central Pacific Railroad Company - Employees - History.
Regions: China - Emigration and immigration - History - 19th century. | West (U.S.) - History - 19th century. | China. | United States, West. | China. | United States, West. | USA - Weststaaten
Genres: History.
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245 04|aThe Chinese and the iron road :|bbuilding the transcontinental railroad /|cedited by Gordon H. Chang and Shelley Fisher Fishkin, with Hilton Obenzinger and Roland Hsu.
264 1|aStanford, California :|bStanford University Press,|c[2019]
300 |axiii, 539 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c24 cm.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tChinese railroad workers and the US transcontinental railroad in global perspective /|rGordon H. Chang --|tChinese labor migrants to the Americas in the nineteenth century : an inquiry into who they were and the world they left behind /|rEvelyn Hu-DeHart --|tThe view from home : dreams of Chinese railroad workers across the Pacific /|rZhang Guoxiong, with Roland Hsu --|tOverseas remittances of Chinese laborers in North America /|rYuan Ding, with Roland Hsu --|tChinese railroad workers' remittance networks : insights based on Qiaoxiang documents /|rLiu Jin, with Roland Hsu --|tArchaeological contributions to research on Chinese railroad workers in North America /|rBarbara L. Voss --|tLiving between misery and triumph : the material practices of Chinese railroad workers in North America /|rBarbara L. Voss --|tLandscapes of change : culture, nature, and the archaeological heritage of transcontinental railroads in the North American West /|rKelly J. Dixon --|tThe health and well-being of Chinese railroad workers /|rJ. Ryan Kennedy, Sarah Heffner, Virginia Popper, Ryan P. Harrod, and John J. Crandall --|tReligion on the road : how Chinese migrants adapted popular religion to an American context /|rKathryn Gin Lum --|tTracking memory : encounters between Chinese railroad workers and Native Americans /|rHsinya Huang --|tRailroad frames : landscapes and the Chinese railroad worker in photography, 1865-1869 /|rDenise Khor --|tLes fils du ciel : European travelers' accounts of Chinese railroad workers /|rGreg Robinson --|tThe Chinese railroad worker in United States history textbooks : a historical genealogy, 1849-1965 /|rWilliam Gow --|tRepresenting Chinese railroad workers in North America : Chinese historiography and literature, 1949-2015 /|rYuan Shu --|tHistory lessons : remembering Chinese railroad workers in Dragon's gate and Donald Duk /|rPin-chia Feng --|tThe Chinese as railroad builders after Promontory /|rShelley Fisher Fishkin --|tThe construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the transpacific Chinese diaspora, 1880-1885 /|rZhongping Chen --|tBeyond railroad work : Chinese contributions to the development of Winnemucca and Elko, Nevada /|rSue Fawn Chung --|tThe remarkable life of a sometimes railroad worker : Chin Gee Hee, 1844-1929 /|rBeth Lew-Williams --|tThe Chinese and the Stanfords : nineteenth-century America's fraught relationship with the China Men /|rGordon H. Chang.
520 |aThe completion of the transcontinental railroad in May 1869 is usually told as a story of national triumph and a key moment for American Manifest Destiny. The railroad made it possible to cross the country in a matter of days instead of months, paved the way for new settlers to come out West, and helped speed America's entry onto the world stage as a modern nation that spanned a full continent. It also created vast wealth for its four owners, including the fortune with which Leland Stanford would found Stanford University some two decades later. But while the transcontinental has often been celebrated in national memory, little attention has been paid to the Chinese workers who made up 90% of the workforce on the Western portion of the line. The railroad could not have been built without Chinese labor, but the lives of Chinese railroad workers themselves have been little understood and largely invisible. This landmark volume shines new light on the Chinese railroad workers and their place in cultural memory. The Chinese and the Iron Road illuminates more fully than ever before the interconnected economies of China and the US, how immigration across the Pacific changed both nations, the dynamics of the racism the workers encountered, the conditions under which they labored, and their role in shaping both the history of the railroad and the development of the American West.
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