Chinese Opium-Smokers in the late XIX Century in US

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Chinese Opium-Smokers – In nineteenth century thousands of Chinese people crossed the ocean to find work in the United States.

They began arriving in San Francisco in 1849. Many found work as laborers, while a small number worked in the opium trade.

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Topic: Chinese Opium-Smokers images, opium-smockers old photographs

 


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