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Coming Home in Gold Brocade: Chinese in Early Northwest America, written by Bennet Bronson and Chuimei Ho

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2. Dodd Dianne"Submission Report — Person, Report Number: 2007-70. Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada" 2007 21pgs
3. Norris John Strangers Entertained: A History of the Ethnic Groups of British Columbia. 1971 Vancouver, BC Evergreen Press
4. Stanley Timothy J."Chang Toy. Dictionary of Canadian Biography" 2016
5. Wong David H.T. Escape to Gold Mountain: A Graphic History of the Chinese in North America. 2012 Vancouver, BC Arsenal Pulp Press
6. Yip Quong Nellie "Interview with Mrs. Yip Quong. Survey of Race Relations" 1924
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