LINKS

Other research organizations and museums with interests in the history of Chinese North Americans.   For an introductory bibligraphy of printed sources, click here.
Oregon

Kam Wah Chung & Company Museum (John Day, Oregon)
www.ohwy.com/or/k/kamwahch.htm

Washington

Wing Luke Asian Museum (Seattle)
www.wingluke.org

Chinese in North America Research Committee
www.cinarc.org
(CINARC does not have a physical collection)

British Columbia

Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Archives (Vancouver, BC)
www.cccvan.com

Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia
      www.cchsbc.ca

Historic Chinatown at Barkerville, BC
www.barkerville.ca/collections.htm
(Extensive exhibits.  Limited access to storage collections
possible for researchers by prior arrangement)

North American Chinese Pioneer Virtual Museum.
www.chinesecol.com
(The physical collection of the museum, located in
Williams Lake, is not open to the public.)

A number of general museums and archives in BC also have collections of Chinese-Canadian artifacts, including the
  Ashcroft Historical Museum, the Clinton Museum, the
  Cumberland Museum on Vancouver Island.the Okanagan
  Heritage Museum in Kelowna,  the City of
  Kamloops Museum and Archives, the Nicola Valley
  Museum and Archives in Merritt, the Nanaimo Museum
  (and Nanaimo Chinatowns Project), the Quesnel Museum,
  the Rossland Historical Museum, the Royal British Columbia
  Museum in Victoria, the Chung Collection of the University of
  British Columbia in Vancouver, and the Museum of
  Vancouver, especially its Yip Sang Collection

Interior West

Mai Wah Society (Butte, Montana)
www.maiwah.org

The Asian American Comparative Collection, Moscow, Idaho
http://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/LS/AACC/
(Open to researchers by prior arrangement)

Several other Idaho museums have Chinese-American collections, including
  the Idaho State Historical Society in Boise, the Center for
  Arts and History at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston,
  the Boise Basin Museum in Idaho City with the Pon Yam
  House
Northern California

Weaverville Joss House (Weaverville, California)
www.trinitycounty.com/joss.htm

Central California

Ng Shing Gung (Chinese Historical & Cultural Project, San Jose)
www.chcp.org/Ng_Shing_Gung.html

Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco)
www.chsa.org

Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco
www.c-c-c.org

The Chinese Museum of Northern California (Marysville)
www.yelp.com

Bok Kai Temple (Marysville,California)
www.bokkaitemple.org

The Oroville Chinese Temple Museum (Oroville, California)
      www.cityoforoville.org/Parks/ChineseTempleHistory.html
www.bancroft.berkeley.edu/collections/oroville/

Dai Loy Museum (Locke, California)
www.locketown.com/museum.htm

Friends of the Yeefow Museum (Sacramento)
www.yeefowmuseum.org

Angel Island Immigration Station (San Francisco)
www.angelisland.org/immigr02.html

Southern California

The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (San Diego)
www.sdchm.org

Chinese Historical Society of Southern California (Los Angeles)
www.chssc.org

The Chinese American Museum (Los Angeles)
www.camla.org

Midwest and East

Chinese American Museum of Chicago
www.ccamuseum.org

Museum of Chinese in the Americas (New York)
www.moca-nyc.org

Chinese Historical Society of New England
www.chsne.org/
A promising new image-oriented website depicting places associated with the historic persecution of Chinese in the U.S. and Canada -- Tim Grayhavens' What You See: Photographs of Chinese Expulsion Sites in the West, http://www.what-you-see.com/index.htm

Two excellent image-oriented websites focused on the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition are Dan Kerlee's http://www.aype.com and Orv Malone's http://www.aype.net.  Both contain a good many images relevant to Asian-Americans at the Exposition.

For a preliminary bibliography of secondary sources -- a list of books and articles by later writers on Chinese in the Pacific Northwest -- CLICK HERE
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