Mah, Susan Interview

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Title

Mah, Susan Interview

Subject

cannery work, bookkeeping, teaching; education in China; education in US; Stockton College; University of the Pacific; Camp Fire Girls; Parent Teacher Association; Learning English; loneliness; immigrant laborers; Gold Mountain; housing discrimination; children's assimilation

Source

Hicks, Abby, "Mah, Susan Interview" (1981). Delta Women Oral Histories. 40. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/witw/40

Publisher

Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Date

1981-01-08

Contributor

Sally Miller, Stockton Immigrant Women Project

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Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Transcript of oral history interview

Identifier

Stockton Immigrant Women Collection MSS 239

Coverage

Stockton, California
20th century

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Text

47 pages

Original Format

Transcript of oral history interview

Files

Mah Susan Interview.pdf

Citation

“Mah, Susan Interview,” Digital Narratives, accessed June 15, 2024, http://jenniferhelgren.com/digitalnarratives/items/show/77.

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