FC: With economic competition came dislike and even racial suspicion and hatred. Such feelings were accompanied by anti-Chinese riots and pressure, especially in California, for the exclusion of Chinese immigrants from the United States. The result of this pressure was the Chinese Exclusion Act, passed by Congress in 1882. This Act virtually ended Chinese immigration for nearly a century. As the following documents suggest, there were many opinions about this issue.
1: this is a stop point where the chinese were stoped in california. they were not treated fairly here.
2: these are bandits that made it to america, some chinese accually came to make money and then they would go back home with the money they made.