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Development and Contribution of a Silent Minority: The Chinese In the Greater Kansas City Area
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TitleDevelopment and Contribution of a Silent Minority: The Chinese In the Greater Kansas City Area
AbstractA 31 page typewritten paper about the history of the Chinese as an ethnic group in Kansas City since the late 19th century, including discrimination, clubs, businesses, etc. Also chronology of prominent Kansas City area Chinese people, with description of their changing status and population (109 in 1930, 56 in the 1940s, 168 in 160, 497 in 1970, and about 560 in 1975). "Written for the Kansas City Bicentennial Commission."
AuthorRobert K. Y. Zee-Cheng
Date1975
LocationManuscript File: Zee-Chung, Robert K. Y.
Local SubjectChinese
Ethnic History
Asians
Item TypeManuscript
Access This ItemThis document is not available online. You may come to the Missouri Valley Room to view it or request a photocopy from the Library's Document Delivery service. http://www.kclibrary.org/copy-requests
Item ID103432
CONTENTdm number30541
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