Filipino/as in Context

Philippine Colonization

Spanish Colonization (1521-1898)

1521 - 1898

U.S. formal colony (1898-1946)

1898 - 1946

The Spanish-American War (1898)

1898

End of Spanish-American War, Philippines ceded to the U.S. (1898)

1898

The Philippine-American War (1899-1902)

1899 - 1902

World and U.S. History

U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)

1882

Hawai'ian Monarchy overthrown (1893)

1893

Hawai'i received status as a U.S. Territory (1898)

1898

Japanese Gentlemen's Agreement (1907-1908)

1907 - 1908

Federal Immigration Act (The Johnson-Reed Act) of 1924

1924

Tydings-McDuffie Law (1935)

1935

World War II (1939-1945)

1939 - 1945

Hawaii becomes a U.S. state (August 21, 1959)

August 21, 1959

Labor Recruitment

1852: Chinese laborers arrive

1852

1868: Japanese laborers arrive

1868

1878: Portuguese workers arrive

1878

1882-1907: Japanese recruitment

1882 - 1907

1903: Korean laborers arrive

1903

1906-1946: Filipino/a (sakada) recruitment to HI plantations

1906 - 1946

1909: HSPA undertook large-scale import of Filipino workers

1909