The Life and Death of

Fong "Little Pete" Ching

Afong Moy First Chinese Woman in New York at in PT Barnum's Great American Museum

Early Chinese immigrants were used as cheap labor in the Gold Fields of the North, Shipyards of the South and everywhere in-between.

Fong "Little Pete" Ching

Fong Ching with Wife Chun Li and Children

The site of Fong Ching's assassination.

Political Cartoon that ran in newspapers calling for the expelling all Chinese from California

Advertisement for Anti-Chinese Rally

Officers of the Six Companies in 1890's

Headquarters of the Chinese Benevolent Society, what the Six Companies became later

Rare Photos of San Francisco before the Earthquake

Farwell's Map of San Francisco's Chinatown, shows the Brothels, Gambling Parlors, and Opium Dens in Dupont Gai.

The Chinese Slave trade involved Chinese girls that were sold by the Tongs to be used in Sex Trafficking.

Donaldina Cameron, who fought against the Chinese Slave Trade

Opium Den 1890's

Opium soon became drug of choice for not just Chinese residents but also Whites from all social classes.

A Highbinder Shooting a Rival

Tongs would post Posters in the streets to call out their enemies and call for the lives of their rivals.

Weapons of the Hoo How Doy

Hoo How Doy = Hatchet Men

Chinese men playing Fan Tan

Mahjong is a game played with tiles.

Pai Gow is played with either tiles or cards.

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