Forbidden Citizens: Section 2.29, Chinese Population in the United States, 1860-1940

Chinese Population in the United States, 1860-1940, Section 2.29, Forbidden Citizens, by Martin B. Gold. Published July 4, 2012, in the Year of the Dragon.

Forbidden Citizens: Section 2.29, Chinese Population in the United States, 1860-1940
§ 2.29 Sources: Prof. Sue Fawn Chung, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and U.S. Census Bureau

Chinese American Population

State Chinese American Demographics (Census 2000), from Ameredia Media 2010 Census (preliminary)
California 1,122,187 1,253,100
New York 451,859 577,000
Hawaii 170,803  
Texas 121,588 157,000
New Jersey 110,263 134,500
Massachusetts 92,380 123,000
Illinois 86,095 104,200
Washington 75,884 94,200
Florida 59,280 75,000
Pennsylvania 56,831 85,000
     

Forbidden Citizens: Chinese Exclusion and the U.S. Congress: A Legislative History, by Martin B. Gold (TheCapitol.Net, 2012)






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