Saving Young Girls from Chinatown: White Slavery and Woman Suffrage, 1910–1920

@article{Lui2009SavingYG,
  title={Saving Young Girls from Chinatown: White Slavery and Woman Suffrage, 1910–1920},
  author={M. Lui},
  journal={Journal of the History of Sexuality},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={393 - 417}
}
  • M. Lui
  • Published 2009
  • History, Medicine
  • Journal of the History of Sexuality
  • In may 1912 rose Livingston , a self-described missionary working among the white female population of New York's Chinatown, suffered an at tack at a tenement on Doyers Street in the Chinatown neighborhood when she tried to save a young white girl from the clutches of her "cadet," or procurer.1 A physician's report stated that Livingston experienced severe bodily injuries, including "serious and permanent damage" to her face and "a fracture of the alveolar process of the upper jaw bone which… CONTINUE READING
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