Chinese fishermen of Santa Barbara and Santa Rosa Island

Bentz, Linda
January 1997
Chinese America: History & Perspectives;1997, p129
Academic Journal
Studies the impact of Chinese fishermen on two California locations, Santa Barbara and Santa Rosa Island. Events that contributed to the decline of the Chinese fishing industry in California; Organization of fishing companies; History of overseas Chinese abalone collectors.


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