In 1900, San Francisco's Chinatown was quarantined with barbed wire fences

Here are some snapshots from a dark chapter in American history. Throughout the 19th century, San Francisco's growing Chinese immigrant population had to contend with codified prejudice from legislation like the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act, segregated communities, and the sentiment that Chinese-Americans were the… »1/24/12 2:15pm1/24/12 2:15pm