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Asians in the Americas: History Seminar 01:506:402:13: Websites

This is a research guides for Prof. Kathy Lopez's History Seminar: Asians in the Americas, Spring 2011.

Websites of Interest

Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation promotes a greater understanding of Pacific Coast immigration. 

Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and Chinese Community Center is located in NYC and was founded in 1883.

Chinese Community Center located in Somerset, NJ offers services for the local Chinese American community.

Chinese Historical Society of America is the oldest and largest organization in the country dedicated to the documentation of Chinese American history.

Korean American Association of New Jersey advances and empowers the Korean American community in NJ.

Korean American Historical Museum preserves the heritage and achievement of Koreans in the United States and abroad.

National Association of Korean Americans is a human rights organization of concerned Korean Americans.

The Federation of Philippine Societies in New Jersey, Inc. also known as  "Federation", was incorporated in 1970.

Filipino American National Historical Society preserves the Filipino American history.

Federation of Indian Associations is an umbrella organization for CT, NY and NJ established in 1970. Organizes the India Day Parade in NYC.

South Asian American Digital Archive provides access to the diverse and relatively unknown stories of South Asian Americans.

Governo do Estado de São Paulo: Imigração Japonesa Created in 2008 to commemorate the centenary of Japanese immigration to Brazil, this São Paulo state government site provides an overview of the history of Japanese immigration.

Japão em foco addresses the information needs of the Japanese Brazilians working in Japan (DEKASSEGUI). 

Japanese American Citizens League Founded in 1929, the JACL is the oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organization in the United States. 

Japanese Canadian National Museum  archives relating to the history of Japanese Canadians from the 1870s through the present.

Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center The Japanese-Americans originally from the West Coast who were subjected to internment camps resettled in Seabrook Farms to work at the food processing plant.