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Other digital photo collections

We hope you use this site and our book to explore other photo collections that are available at various locations. The following are part of a growing number of collections at various research universities. What can these other collections tell us about the birth of “Filipino America”?

James Earl Wood Photograph Collection Relating to Filipinos in California, ca. 1929-1934 (Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley)

Thomas McArthur Anderson Philippines Photograph Collection (Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries)

University of Wisconsing Digital Collections, E. Murray Bruner Philippine Image Collection

Philippine Photographs Digital Archive (Special Collections Library, University of Michigan)

eFil: Filipino Digital Archives & History Center of Hawai'i

A Timeline of Hawaiʻi, Filipinos, and U.S. Empire, 1893-2006

This chronology builds on Sucheng Chan’s chronology found in her Asian Americans: An Interpretive History (Twayne, 1991), 192-199. See also chronologies in Hyung-chan Kim and Cynthia C. Mejia, The Filipinos in America, 1898-1974: A Chronology & Fact Book (Oceana Publications, 1976); He Alo Ā He Alo, Face to Face: Hawaiian Voices on Sovereignty (Honolulu: Hawaiʻi Area Office of the American Friends Service Committee, 1993); Gary Y. Okihiro, The Columbia Guide to Asian American History (Columbia University Press, 2005), 175-190; and Belinda A. Aquino, “The Filipino Century in Hawaiʻi: Out of the Crucible,” Filipino Centennial Souvenir Program (Filipino Centennial Celebration Commission, 2006).

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Selected Reading

For this list, we have focused mostly on histories and sociological works about Filipinos in Hawaii. Feel free to send in your questions about other book recommendations regarding Filipino American histories on the U.S. continent or throughout the Philippine diaspora.

Selected reading