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Journey to Gold Mountain: The Chinese in 19Th-Century America (The Asian American Experience) by Rebecca Stefoff
Raising Cane: The World of Plantation Hawaii (The Asian American Experience) by Rebecca Stefoff
Americanization, Acculturation, and Ethnic Identity: THE NISEI GENERATION IN HAWAII (Asian American Experience) by Eileen H. Tamura1993
The Hood River Issei: An Oral History of Japanese Settlers in Oregon's Hood River Valley (Asian American Experience) by Linda Tamura1993
In the Heart of Filipino America: Immigrants from the Pacific Isles (Asian American Experience) by Ronald Takaki1994
Issei and Nisei: The Settling of Japanese America by Ronald Takaki1994
Spacious Dreams: The First Wave of Asian Immigration (The Asian American Experience) by Ronald T. Takaki1994
India in the West: South Asians in America (The Asian American Experience) by Ronald Takaki1995
Sui Sin Far / Edith Maude Eaton: A LITERARY BIOGRAPHY (Asian American Experience) by Annette White-Parks1995
The Golden Mountain: The Autobiography of a Korean Immigrant, 1895-1960 (Asian American Experience) by Easurk Charr1996
Race and Politics: Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites in a Los Angeles Suburb (Asian American Experience) by Leland T. Saito1998
Achieving the Impossible Dream: HOW JAPANESE AMERICANS OBTAINED REDRESS (Asian American Experience) by Mitchell T Maki1999
If They Don't Bring Their Women Here: Chinese Female Immigration before Exclusion (Asian American Experience) by George Peffer1999
Growing up Nisei : race, generation, and culture among Japanese Americans of California, 1924-49 by David K. Yoo2000
Pacific Pioneers: Japanese Journeys to America and Hawaii, 1850-80 (Asian American Experience) by John E. Van Sant2000
Edith and Winnifred Eaton: CHINATOWN MISSIONS AND JAPANESE ROMANCES by Dominika Ferens2002
Chinese Immigrants, African Americans, and Racial Anxiety in the United States, 1848-82 by Najia Aarim-Heriot2003
A Half Caste and Other Writings (Asian American Experience) by Onoto Watanna2003
Not Just Victims: Conversations with Cambodian Community Leaders in the United States (Asian American Experience) by Audrey U. Kim2003
From Concentration Camp to Campus: Japanese American Students and World War II (Asian American Experience) by Allan W. Austin2004
The Japanese in Latin America (Asian American Experience) by Daniel M. Masterson2004
Survivors: CAMBODIAN REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES (Asian American Experience) by Sucheng Chan2004
In Defense of Asian American Studies: The Politics of Teaching and Program Building (Asian American Experience) by Sucheng Chan2005
Japanese American Midwives: Culture, Community, and Health Politics, 1880-1950 by Susan L. Smith2005
Being Chinese, Becoming Chinese American (Asian American Experience) by Shehong Chen2006
Chinese American literature since the 1850s by Xiao-huang Yin2006
Holding Up More Than Half the Sky: Chinese Women Garment Workers in New York City, 1948-92 (Asian American Experience) by Xiaolan Bao2006
Lost and Found: Reclaiming the Japanese American Incarceration (Asian American Experience) by Karen L. Ishizuka2006
Onoto Watanna: THE STORY OF WINNIFRED EATON (Asian American Experience) by Diana Birchall2006
Religion and Spirituality in Korean America (Asian American Experience) by David K. Yoo2008
Camp Harmony : Seattle's Japanese Americans and the Puyallup Assembly Center by Louis Fiset2009
Moving Images: Photography and the Japanese American Incarceration by Jasmine Alinder2009
Chinese American Transnational Politics by Him Mark Lai2010
Hmong America: Reconstructing Community in Diaspora by Chia Youyee Vang2010
Issei Buddhism in the Americas by Duncan Ryūken Williams2010
Pacific Citizens: Larry and Guyo Tajiri and Japanese American Journalism in the World War II Era by Greg Robinson2012
Asian Americans In Dixie by Khyati Y. Joshi2013
Fighting from a Distance: How Filipino Exiles Helped Topple a Dictator (Asian American Experience) by Jose V. Fuentecilla2013
In Defense of Justice: Joseph Kurihara and the Japanese American Struggle for Equality by Eileen Tamura2013
Indian Accents: Brown Voice and Racial Performance in American Television and Film by Shilpa S. Dave2013
Yellow Power, Yellow Soul: The Radical Art of Fred Ho by ROGER N. BUCKLEY2013
In Pursuit of Gold: Chinese American Miners and Merchants in the American West by Sue Fawn Chung2014
Islanders: The Pacific in the Age of Empire by Nicholas Thomas2014
Undercover Asian: Multiracial Asian Americans in Visual Culture by Leilani Nishime2014

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"Established in 1992, this interdisciplinary series publishes scholarship of high quality in history, religion, anthropology, sociology, political science, policy studies, oral history, and other humanities and social science disciplines. Books published in the series include monographs, edited collections, and biographies." - from the Series page at the University of Illinois Press.
Series Editor: Roger Daniels

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