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On the mainland, chinese also worked as small merchants, domestics, farmers, grocers, and starting in 1865, as railroad workers on the famous transcontinental railroad project however, the anti-immigrant and anti-chinese nativist movement of the late 1800s, best represented by the chinese exclusion act of 1882, forced the chinese to retreat into. California's anti-coolie act of 1862 levied a monthly tax on chinese immigrants chinese labor in cuba coolie was also applied to chinese workers. Pervasive myths about immigrants an essay by laura collins the impacted low-wage workers are often recent immigrants manufacturing is an excellent example. Other countries were canada, sweden and france along with the europeans came about 300,000 chinese and 90,000 japanese immigrants mostly to work on building transatlantic railroads.
Immigrants to canada in may,1882 the escambia and the suez brought 2,000 workers to victoria (8) there were 8,000 chinese immigrants in 1882 of which 6,500. Immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in five years would increase the earnings of all american workers by $618 billion over the next decade permitting undocumented immigrants to gain legal status and citizenship would expand economic growth.
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