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Bib ID 62660
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Online Access
Description [Florence, Italy] : Ai-Lin Chung-Gon, [2001] 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at: http://www.chung-gon.com/ 

Summary

World Wide Web site of James Chung-Gon, one of a small number of Chinese merchants active in the city of Lauceston in Tasmania early this century and was highly respected in the community. This is the story of his life told by his descendants, since he arrived in Australia, unable to speak a word of English and with a shilling in his pocket. This is also a story of his perseverance and achievement.

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on Feb. 15, 2002).

Text and graphics.

Selected for archiving

Subjects Chung-Gon, James.  |  Chinese Australians -- Biography.  |  Chinese Australians -- Tasmania -- Lauceston.
Other authors/contributors Chung-Gon, Ai-Lin

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