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Being Chinese in Canada : the struggle for identity, redress and belonging —Dere, William Ging Wee, 1949- author.

"After the Canadian Pacific Railway was completed in 1885-construction of the western stretch was largely built by Chinese workers-the Canadian government imposed a punitive head tax to deter Chinese citizens from coming...

Canadian steel, Chinese grit [the story of Chinese railway workers and the completion of Canada's national railroad]

Re-creates, re-examines and rethinks an important chapter of Canadian history with respect to the contributions of the Chinese railroad workers in building the Canadian Pacific Railway. Explores the role of the descendan...

Iron road

In 1882, Alfred Nichol, owner of the Nichol Railway Company, is building a railroad through the Canadian Rockies. He sends his irresponsible playboy son, James Nichol, to Hong Kong to check on the company's recruitment o...

Chinese in Canada —Hudak, Heather C., 1975-

Children travel back in time to learn about the Chinese communities that settled in Canada in the late 1800s, the cultural tradition they brought with them and how they adapted to their new surroundings.

The end of east : a novel —Lee, Jen Sookfong.

A portrait of three generations of the Chan family living in Vancouver's Chinatown.

Chinese immigrants in Canada —Heikel, Ramona, author.

"Explores the history of immigration to Canada from China, including the challenges people faced, efforts by the government to discourage Chinese immigration, and their contribution to Canada's culture."-- Provided by pu...

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