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A guide to Hmong history and culture, 1984

Glimpses of Hmong History and Culture


Hmong refugees first began settling in Wisconsin in the late 1970s. Nationally, the National Indochinese Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Center had organized in response to the influx of refugees, providing language and cultural training for both refugees and service providers across the country. As Hmong children entered public schools, teachers and administrators received information on Hmong history and culture to assist these children integrate into the school system. This guide contains two articles on Hmong life and history and was made available to Wisconsin teachers by the Department of Public Instruction.

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Related Topics: Wisconsin's Response to 20th-century change
20th-Century Immigration
Creator: National Indochinese Clearinghouse, Center for Applied Linguistics
Pub Data: Madison: made available, courtesy of Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction, [1984]. ( ED. 6/2:H 55/1984/ 3)
Citation: "Glimpses of Hmong History and Culture." National Indochinese Clearinghouse. (Madison: made available, courtesy of Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction, [1984]); online facsimile at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1292 Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1292; Visited on: 4/20/2014
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