The first primary source was a drafted statement from a Chinese immigrant merchant settled in San Francisco, California. In 1870, Pun Chi appeals to congress on behalf of Chinese, explaining how they have been persecuted and treated. Pun discussed how the Empire of China had always welcomed Americans, but in American, Chinese are subject to ill-treatment. Chinese have been told the beauty of America from the beginning of their journey to seek a better life. In truth, they are treated badly, not fed, and abused. Pun states, “As we go on our way we are pushed and kicked and struck.” Already in land, in the nation of the dreams, things become worse for miners. Chinese immigrants worked in the mines earning little gold per day to survive. Besides that, are told by “the collector” to pay “lic...
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...a distinct immigration experience. The Swedish immigrant, Ida Lindgren, faced some difficulties but not faced racism and discrimination as the Chinese and Italians. Ida explains how she and her family are settle in Lake Sibley, Kansas in the early 1870s. Describing how Christmas Eve was, a fire incident, and the aroused of the grasshoppers. Also, a Vietnamese immigrant who remains in the anonymous explains the immigration experience in the United States in the 1983. Being refuges and asylum seekers after the Vietnam War, the government helped them economically to get a better life. The only difficulties he faced were the difference ways of culture of the United States compare to the Vietnamese culture. Being an immigrant in the United States means having different immigration experiences such as the Chinese, Swedish, Italians, and Vietnamese from the 1865 to 1990.
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