This collection consists of printed materials, audio and
videocassettes, and photographs taken by Brigitte Marshall, who worked as a volunteer in
refugee camps in Thailand and as an English-language teacher in California. All materials
relate to Southeast Asian refugees, principally Hmong, living in camps in Thailand, and adjusting to life in the
United States. Photographs, articles, and reports document Hmong, refugees in camps in Thailand, as well as their
resettlement in California, particularly the Fresno area. Printed materials include Hmong
and Lao language lessons, memos, correspondence, reports, newsletters, newspaper and magazine articles,
refugee orientation materials, publications, and unpublished papers.
View collection guide.