How were chinese immigrants treated in the late 1800s


Very poorly. Many immigrated across the ocean in search of a better life (typically for their families) and sought it in America & the gold rush. Due to the growing arrivals of the immigrants, Americans felt threatened and used this as a means to discriminate and hate against the Chinese population.
Imperialism of white supremacy for Europeans to be the dominant race


The Chinese were treated badly during the nineteenth century for two primary reasons: fear of economic competition and racism/xenophobia. During the nineteenth century, the United States' economy experienced cycles of marked booms and busts.

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