The 43-page nomination submitted to the US Department of the Interior in 2005. Contains a detailed description of the site, its structures, and the artifacts within. Also contextualizes the importance and significance of the site and includes a related bibliography.
Call Number: online and in print: Terrell F884.P89 C5 2004
Publication Date: 2004-07-01
Marie Rose Wong chronicles the history of Portland's Chinatowns from their early beginnings in the 1850s until the repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act in the 1940s. Sweet Cakes, Long Journey explores the contributions that Oregon's leaders and laws had on the development of Chinese American community life, and the role that the early Chinese immigrants played in determining their own community destiny and the development of their Chinatown in its urban form and vernacular architectural expression.
Call Number: Holland and Terrell Stacks F882.J76 M53 2012
Publication Date: 2012
Curator of the Kam Wah Chung Museum for 25 years, Carolyn Micnhimer shares her reminiscences and anecdotes of museum vsitors and their memories related to "Doc" Hay, Lung On and the community at John Day.