Table of contents for Angel Island : immigrant gateway to America / Erika Lee, Judy Yung.


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Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Chapter One: Guarding the Golden Gate: The Life and Business of the Immigration Station
Chapter Two: "One Hundred Kinds of Oppressive Laws": Chinese Immigrants in the Shadow of Exclusion
Chapter Four: "Obstacles This Way, Blockades That Way": South Asian Immigrants, U.S. Exclusion, and the Gadar Movement
Chapter Five: "A People without a Country": Korean Refugee Students and Picture Brides
Chapter Six: In Search of Refuge, Freedom, and Opportunity: Russians, Jews, and Mennonites in the Promised Land
Chapter Seven: El Norte: Mexican Immigrants on Angel Island
Chapter Eight: From "U.S. Nationals" to "Aliens": Filipino Migration and Repatriation through Angel Island
Chapter 9: Saving Angel Island
Epilogue: The Legacy of Angel Island
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Notes/ Bibliography

Notes/ Bibliography



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Angel Island Immigration Station (Calif.) -- History.
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.) -- Emigration and immigration.