Featured Site: Asian Americans in California History Excellent searchable collection of texts and images from the UC Berkeley Bancroft Libary.
- Arnold Genthe collection Includes hundreds of photos of San Francisco's Chinatown and related images from the late 19th, early 20th century San Francisco.
- Chinese in California, 1850-1925 Excellent visual and verbal records from the American Memory Project of the Smithsonian. Includes a bibliography.
- Chinese in San Francisco Article with links to many historical documents, from the Virtual Library of San Francisco.
- Japanse American Relocation Digital Archive Thousands of documents and images regarding the internment camps from the University of California library.
- Asian American Voices Useful documents from the Digital History project.
- Central Pacific Railroad Photo Museum Includes many images of the Chinese laborers who did most of the work building the Western half of the transcontinental railroad.
- Chinatown Resource guide for the PBS documentary on the history of San Francisco's Chinatown.
- Japanese Internment in the Pacific Northwest Resources from the U of Washington Libary.
- Asian-American History Brief essay with some good links, from Fact Monster encyclopedia.
- Asian-American Literature/Writers Authors both historical and contemporary, with brief bios and bibliograhical information
- Korean American Digital Archive Very large collection of texts and images from U Southern California.
- Winnifred Eaton/Onoto Watanna Digital ArchiveExtensive full text collections by one of the first Asian American writers to publish in the US.
- Asian American Radicalism Documents from the Asian American movement of the 60s an 70s, from the Michigan State U Amercan Radicalism archive.
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 Full text if the federal act that prohibited Chinese immigration to US; not officially repealed until 1965.
See also Chinese Exclusion Act
and Chinese-US Treaty of 1880 that set stage for exclusion.
Chinese in Tucson Traces the history of Chinese Americans in Tucson, includes information on Chintatowns, farming and small business, and railroad building as well as some short biographies.
World War II Propaganda Posters, cartoons, and more, much of which stereotypes Asians.
- Chinese American History Timeline Nice resource from Sandra Liu, UC Berkeley.
- Angel Island Immigration Station Angel Island in San Francisco Bay was to many Asian immigrants what Ellis Island in New York harbor was to Europeans and other immigrants from the "other" side of the Atlantic.
- Becoming Chinese American Web resources for the PBS documentary of the same name.
- Fillipino American Literature Interesting introductory essay placing Fil-Am lit in a postcolonial context, by Reshmi Hebbar (1998).
- Banana: A Chinese American Experience Fascinating, playful interactive multimedia site dramatizing post-70s Chinese American life as told through one fictional family.
- Japanese-American Internment Camp Photographs American Memory Project site for images of the Manzanar concentration camp taken by famed photogrpaher, Ansel Adams.
- The Promise of Gold Mountain: Tucson's Chinse Heritage Includes photos and short videos telling the little known history of the Chinese in Tucson, Arizona.
- The View from the Parlor: Stereoscopic Images of the Philippine-American War and Soldiers' Letters Home Visually rich site by historian Jim Zwick.
- Hmong People in the United States by Sucheng Chan. General history of Hmong people in Asia and America. Treats both the impact of the U.S. war in Southeast Asia, and the process of adaptation undergone by Hmong people who have immigrated to America.
- Hmong People homepage Minnesota-based Craig Rice and Robin Vue-Benson have created this page to serve the needs of the Hmong community in the U.S. Contains resources relating to history, culture, language, and current events.
- Hmong Means Free Excellent introductory essay of the Hmong people and their migration to the US following the US war in Souteast Asia, by historian Suecheng Chan (from her book of the same title).
- South Asian Women's Net Comprehensive resource for South Asian women, especially good on literature, culture and contemporary issues. Include extensive bibliographies of works by and for South Asian women.
- Class, Gender and Race: Chinese Servants in the North American Westarticle by Terry Abraham.
- Asian Pacific American resource sites Extensive list from Voice of the Shuttle.
- Asian American Studies reserach guide from Yale.