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Please join us for a free lecture as part of our Gin Lin Mining Project Public Archaeology Day! SOULA archaeologist Katie Johnson will be using her work analyzing food bones recovered from Chinese diaspora work camps and small Chinatowns to explore the ways in which decisions were made about what

Come follow in the footsteps of 19th century gold miners and learn about the latest research from the Oregon Chinese Diaspora Project! Join the SOU Laboratory of Anthropology (SOULA), the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, and the McKee Bridge Society for a fun day of guided tours, outdoor exhibits, and hands

From 1875 until 1943, various policies increasingly circumscribed the free movement of Chinese immigrants into and within the United States. These efforts had a profound and lasting affect on the Chinese diaspora in the Pacific Northwest and divided the Chinese community into two distinct classes: laborers and a privileged class

From 1875 until 1943, various policies increasingly circumscribed the free movement of Chinese immigrants into and within the United States. These efforts had a profound and lasting affect on the Chinese diaspora in the Pacific Northwest and divided the Chinese community into two distinct classes: laborers and a privileged class