Newsletters: 2002

CHSNE NEWSLETTER Fall 2002, Vol.8, No.1

《紐英崙華史會會訊》二零零年秋季刊第冊第

Boston Chinatown since 1872: Growth and Changes

波市華埠的成長與變自一八七二年至現在

Author: Stephanie Fan 作者: 范王柳娥     (Pages 1, 10-13 )   

 

Chinese Historical Society of New England 紐英崙華人歷史協會十年回顧

Author: Caroline Chang 作者: 張黃玉鶯     (Pages 2-5, 9, 13, 15)

 

June Field Trip to North Adams 北亞當市之遊

Author: Peter Kiang 作者: 江念祖     (Pages 6-8 )

 

Scanning Parties in the Works! 掃描同樂會快要開鑼啦!

Author: Stephanie Fan 作者: 范王柳娥    (Page 12 )

 

Paying Tribute to the Chinese Railroad Workers, July 2002 

向華裔鐵路工人致敬,2002年7月

Author: Stephanie Fan 作者: 范王柳娥    (Page 13 )

 

Another Milestone Year 又一個新學年里程碑

Author: Shirley Tan 作者: 辛雪莉    (Pages 14-15 )

 

Mount Hope Cemetery Chinese Immigrant Memorial Project Process Report September 2002 望合墓園 華人紀念碑計劃 2002年9月進展報告

Authors: Bik Ng and Deborah Dong 作者: 甄碧鳳曾茂蘭    (Pages 16-17 )

 

Letter from the President 主席獻詞

Author: Bik-Fung Ng 作者: 甄碧鳳    (Page 19 )

 

2002 CHSNE/Waterman Scholarship Award New Recipients:

2002 華史會/柯德文獎學金新得獎人:

Ms. Natalie Truong and Ms. Sze Nga Wong (Page 15 )


Chinese people have visited or lived in the Boston area since at least 1798. Some came on merchant ships, involved in the China trade as merchants or seamen, and others came as young students brought here by missionaries. The largest group came as laborers after the completion of the transcontinental railroad and at the end of a labor contract as shoemakers in North Adams, Massachusetts. (Member access)

Chinese people have visited or lived in the Boston area since at least 1798. Some came on merchant ships, involved in the China trade as merchants or seamen, and others came as young students brought here by missionaries. The largest group came as laborers after the completion of the transcontinental railroad and at the end of a labor contract as shoemakers in North Adams, Massachusetts. (Member access)

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