This article provides the history of Chinese immigration and the creation of the first Chinatown in San Francisco. It also includes two black and white photos; first one shows the overcrowded situation Nayan Shah has talked about which led to the danger of health issues. The second images shows the Promontory Point at Central Pacific Railroad which the Chinese helped to build and made shelter with. But no Chinese workers were shown because many of them died under the dangerous work situations around the gold mines and the railroads.  It also touches upon the Naturalization Act of 1870 and the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 which restricted Chinese immigration to the United States.

The narrator in this documentary states some facts about Chinese immigration as many relating images are provided in the video.

From 5:40, you hear about the seclusion of new immigrants to Angel Island.

From 8:23, you hear about the exclusion.