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The history of the first critical mass of Chinese immigration into the United States dates back to between 1849 and 1882 This is the period during which America received the first Chinese immigrants who were fleeing civil disorder poverty and suffering in their native land which were heavily felt in the 1840s under the Qing misrule More and more Chines left their homeland and came to US However in 1882 the notorious Chinese Exclusion Act was passed by Congress and Senate and signed by Present Chester Arthur rejecting Chinese miner both skilled and unskilled from immigration to the US If one looks back at the earlier years of Chinese immigration US institute and individual did not started out with such a radical and racism opinion on Chinese immigrants On the contrary American public welcomed the first critical mass of Chinese immigration In 1852 Daily Alta California reported the Celestials have arrived among the America of late enticed thither by the golden romance Scarcely a ship arrives that does not bring an increase to this worthy integer of our population The China boys will yet vote at the same polls study at the same schools and bow at the same alter as our own countrymen However thirty years late in the Senate Congressional Record Chinese were depicted as evil and strange people who were stubborn to old customs and reluctant to be westernized Later the US enacted the notorious Chinese Exclusion Act the only act in the history of the US to name a racial group and a class of people for solely purposes of exclusion This essay will account for the recession in 1870 and capital outflow from cheap labor as economic reasons and manifest destiny of Anglo Saxon ideology as social reason for alienation and dissimilation of Chinese immigrants which led the stark differences in portrayal of Chinese immigrants as detailed in the two documents and will also discuss the key events that took
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