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Oldest and largest organization for documentation, study, and presentation of Chinese American history, including immigration, early communities, and labor history (''for example'' railroads).<ref>[http://www.chsa.org/contact-us/ Contact Us] in ''Chinese Historical Society of America'' (accessed 5 May 2014).</ref> <ref>[http://www.chsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/CHSAMuseumVisitorsGuide.pdf Museum Visitor's Guide] Internet site (accessed 5 May 2014).</ref><br><br>
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This is the oldest and largest organization for documentation, study, and presentation of Chinese American history, including immigration, early communities, and labor history (''for example'' railroads).<ref>[http://www.chsa.org/contact-us/ Contact Us] in ''Chinese Historical Society of America'' (accessed 5 May 2014).</ref> <ref>[http://www.chsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/CHSAMuseumVisitorsGuide.pdf Museum Visitor's Guide] Internet site (accessed 5 May 2014).</ref><br><br>  
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CHSA has a significant collection of art and artifacts, and some collections are displayed online. Click [http://chsa.org/exhibits/online-exhibits/earthquake-the-chinatown-story/ here] to see Chinatown in the 1906 earthquake.
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The Chinese Railroad Workers were recently inducted into the Labor Hall of Fame, and a descendant of these workers was present at the ceremony. The Central Pacific used 12,000 Chinese workers to carve a road through the Sierra Nevada. There is also an online exhibit about these workers.
  
 
[[Image:Chinese Historical Society of America.jpg|right|250px|Chinese Historical Society of America.jpg]]'''Chinese Historical Society of America Museum'''<br> ('''Chinese:''' [[wikt:%E7%BE%8E%E5%9B%BD%E5%8D%8E%E4%BA%BA|美国华人]][[wikt:%E5%8E%86%E5%8F%B2|历史]][[wikt:%E5%AD%A6%E4%BC%9A|学会]]; pinyin: Měiguó Huárén Lìshǐ Xuéhuì; abbreviated '''CHSA''')<br>965 Clay Street<br>San Francisco, CA 94108<br>Telephone: 415-391-1188<br>Fax: 415-391-1150<br>E-mail: [mailto:info@chsa.org info@chsa.org]<br>Internet: http://www.chsa.org/ <br><br>  
 
[[Image:Chinese Historical Society of America.jpg|right|250px|Chinese Historical Society of America.jpg]]'''Chinese Historical Society of America Museum'''<br> ('''Chinese:''' [[wikt:%E7%BE%8E%E5%9B%BD%E5%8D%8E%E4%BA%BA|美国华人]][[wikt:%E5%8E%86%E5%8F%B2|历史]][[wikt:%E5%AD%A6%E4%BC%9A|学会]]; pinyin: Měiguó Huárén Lìshǐ Xuéhuì; abbreviated '''CHSA''')<br>965 Clay Street<br>San Francisco, CA 94108<br>Telephone: 415-391-1188<br>Fax: 415-391-1150<br>E-mail: [mailto:info@chsa.org info@chsa.org]<br>Internet: http://www.chsa.org/ <br><br>  
  
 
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<br> [http://www.chsa.org/ Chinese Historical Society] of America  
[http://www.chsa.org/ Chinese Historical Society] of America  
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===References===
[[Category:California_Archives_and_Libraries]]
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[[Category:California_Archives_and_Libraries]][[Category:Ethnic,_Political,_or_Religious_Groups]]

Revision as of 05:01, 7 May 2014

This is the oldest and largest organization for documentation, study, and presentation of Chinese American history, including immigration, early communities, and labor history (for example railroads).[1] [2]

CHSA has a significant collection of art and artifacts, and some collections are displayed online. Click here to see Chinatown in the 1906 earthquake.

The Chinese Railroad Workers were recently inducted into the Labor Hall of Fame, and a descendant of these workers was present at the ceremony. The Central Pacific used 12,000 Chinese workers to carve a road through the Sierra Nevada. There is also an online exhibit about these workers.

Chinese Historical Society of America.jpg
Chinese Historical Society of America Museum
(Chinese: 美国华人历史学会; pinyin: Měiguó Huárén Lìshǐ Xuéhuì; abbreviated CHSA)
965 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Telephone: 415-391-1188
Fax: 415-391-1150
E-mail: info@chsa.org
Internet: http://www.chsa.org/


Chinese Historical Society of America

References

  1. Contact Us in Chinese Historical Society of America (accessed 5 May 2014).
  2. Museum Visitor's Guide Internet site (accessed 5 May 2014).