Very little work has been done on Asian Americans in Riverside, but some sources include:

Life in Little Gom-Benn: Chinese Immigrant Society in Riverside, 1885-1930. Riverside: Riverside Museum Press, 1991.

"The Japanese in Riverside, 1890-1945: A Special Case in Race Relations," by Morrison G. Wong. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Riverside, 1977.

No Other Place: Japanese American Pioneers in a Southern California Neighborhood, by Mark Howland Rawitsch. Riverside, CA: Occasional Monographs of the Department of History, University of California, Riverside, 1983.

Wong Ho Leun: An American Chinatown. San Diego: The Great Basin Foundation, 1987.

Quiet Odyssey: A Pioneer Korean Woman in America, by Mary Paik Lee. Edited and with an introduction by Sucheng Chan. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990.

Bridging the Centuries: History of Chinese Americans in Southern California. Los Angeles: The Chinese Historical Society of Southern California, 2002.

When They All Still Lived. This uncopyrighted, unpublished 48-minute VHS video documentary was made in 1992 by Jim Brown of UCR Media Resources. It documents the Riverside Chinatown archaeological excavations in the 1980s and contains interview material with George Wong. It can be found in the Media Library at UCR.

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