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A Student's Guide to Chinese American Genealogy (Oryx American Family Tree Series) Hardcover – August 19, 1996


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"The whole family will benefit from fine guide which tells how to begin with a U.S. search and expand investigations to overseas roots." -- The Bookwatch

Part of a ethnic-based 'family tree' series, this intends to provide high school students with guidelines for researching their Chinese background; but will appeal to many an adult for its original insights into the special challenges of investigating ethnic roots. The whole family will benefit from a fine guide which tells how to begin with a U. S. search and expand investigations to overseas roots. -- Midwest Book Review

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COLLEEN SHE holds a master's degree in East Asian studies from Columbia University. She is a free-lance writer and translator.

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