Throughout history in the United States, many populations from differing countries have come over seeking better lives for themselves and their families. In the 1800s there were influxes of Chinese and Japanese citizens who came to the United States for different reasons. Each population had its own ease along with hardships in its journey to assimilate within the American culture. Find out what these hardships were and much more in this informal listen about the enduring process of assimilation.
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