- Title Pages
- Introduction Discrepancies in Dixie: Asian Americans and the South
- Chapter 1 Selling the East in the American South
- Chapter 2 Racial Interstitiality and the Anxieties of the “Partly Colored”
- Chapter 3 Racism without Recognition
- Chapter 4 Segregation, Exclusion, and the Chinese Communities in Georgia, 1880s-1940
- Chapter 5 Moving out of the Margins and into the Mainstream
- Chapter 6 Natives of a Ghost Country
- Chapter 7 Standing Up and Speaking Out
- Chapter 8 Southern Eruptions in Asian American Narratives
- Chapter 9 “A Tennessean in an Unlikely Package”
- Chapter 10 “Like We Lost Our Citizenship”
- The Asian American Experience
- Production Credits
- Asian Americans in Dixie
- University of Illinois Press
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