Illustrated guides show how to navigate and use the websites for research projects.
February is African American History Month. Learn about Tucson's African American community in our website In The Steps of Esteban
Curriculum modules mapped to the Arizona Department of Education's Standards-Based Teaching and Learning
A subject-oriented directory to the websites
Gung hei fat choi! The Chinese year 4710 begins on Jan. 23, 2012. Learn more about Southern Arizona's Chinese community.
Unidentified Chinese man in traditional dress
The Tapestry of Tucson: The Chinese American Heritage. [QuickTime] 2004
On January 25, 2008, about 120 people attended The Legacy of Gold Mountain: Chinese Immigrant Families in Southern Arizona. Organized by Pima Community College as the first of its new Discovering Southern Arizona series, it was held at the beautiful Tucson Chinese Cultural Center and featured presentations by David Tang, Yen "Gary" Low, and Pasty Lee. These digital stories can be watched in QuickTime or iTunes U.
Fong, Lawrence M. Sojourners and Settlers: The Chinese Experience in Arizona.The Journal of Arizona History, Volume 21, Autumn 1980, p. 1 - 30.
Hu-Dehart, Evelyn. Immigrants to a Developing Society: the Chinese in Northern Mexico, 1875-1932. The Journal of Arizona History, Volume 21, Autumn 1980, p. 49- 86.
Pugsley, Andrea. "AS I KILL THIS CHICKEN SO May I BE PUNISHED IF I TELL AN UNTRUTH" Chinese Opposition to Legal Discrimination in Arizona Territory. The Journal of Arizona History, Volume 44, Summer 2003, p. 170-190.
Reisdorfer, Kathryn. CHARLEY HONG, RACISM, AND THE POWER OF THE PRESS IN JEROME, ARIZONA TERRITORY, 1909. The Journal of Arizona History, Volume 44, Summer 2003, p. 133-146.
Tintle, Rhonda. A History of Chinese Immigration Into Arizona Territory: A Frontier Culture in the American West [PDF]. Master's Thesis, University of Oklahoma, 2006.
Wang, Wensheng. The First Chinese In Tucson: New Evidence on a Puzzling Question. The Journal of Arizona History, Volume 43, Winter 2002, p. 369-380.
"The Chinese Lion Dance," contributed by Zachary Roth Istrin and Kenny Parmelee; MUS 334 Professor Sturman, September 30, 2002