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Atlas of Asian-American history / Monique Avakian. New York : Checkmark Books, c2002. 214pp. Map Library (3 West) Short Case E184.O6 A89 2002 : The Asian heritage: a short history of a continent -- Gam Saan: the Chinese in 19th-century America -- Closing the door: Asian immigration from Chinese exclusion -- A question of citizenship: Asian-American history from 1910 to 1946 -- From Red Scare to Yellow Power: Asian-American history from 1946 to 1972 -- A new wave of Americans -- Asian America today.
Atlas of American diversity / Larry Hajime Shinagawa, Michael Jang. Walnut Creek, Calif. : AltaMira Press, c1998. 166pp. MSU Reference (1 East) and Map Library (3 West) Short Atlas Case E184.A1 S575 1998 : Covers African Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and Non-Hispanic Whites/European Americans. Provides bibliographic references to other resources.
We the people : an atlas of America's ethnic diversity / James Paul Allen, Eugene James Turner. New York : Macmillan, c1988. 1 atlas (xii, 315 p.) Map Library (3 West) Supersize Atlas Case G1201.E1 A4 1988 : Information on race, ethnicity, and populations in the 1980s. Includes bibliography
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