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Quong Hong Yick.

Chapter 212 of the 1945 Session laws of Montana

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        LC Classifications1906
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        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Quong Yick (1877

and charged with unlawfully being in the U. Her father was the son of Chin Tong, an American born citizen. Yuen Margaret Gee Marion Pang Kwock Mark Goon Marshall Lew Martin F Fong Martin Nam Tom Marvin Lee Marvin Lee Sr.

On Friday morning, defense counsel put Yick on the witness stand to offer his version of the event. Lee Wallace Shui Wong Lee Wallace Tan Wong Wallace Wong Wallace Tsun Ung Leong Walter Ah Sun Wong Walter B.

Yick Fat Gigapixel One (The Monster Building), Hong Kong

Please note that this Creative Commons license applies to text only, and not to images. Young Wah Hong Leong Wah Kam Ching Wah Lim Lee Wah Lock Jew Wah M. Kwock Kenneth Kin Kam Kenneth Y. Yee Yook Hong Gaw York H. Moy Yuen Kam aka Ronald Kim Yuen N. For example, the continual need for wood to heat water prompted some of the Chinese engaged in the laundry business to collect Quong Hong Yick.

and other waste wood from mills around Budd Inlet They used rafts to transport it back to their laundries to use as fuel for heating water. This became the final location for the Wa Chong Company, which continued in business until 1953.

Chinese tongs were secret fraternal societies whose primary interest was territorial control of gambling, prostitution, and narcotics.