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Stanford at the Railroad Museum: Professor Gordon Chang on Ghosts of Gold Mountain

Event Details

Date/Time:
Thu, August 22, 2019
05:45PM - 08:30PM
Venue:
California State Railroad Museum
Location:
125 I Street, Sacramento CA 95814
Map address
Registration Period:
07/23/2019-08/22/2019
Price:
$16 Early Bird; $20 after July 31.
Contact:
Bill Eng '75
916-607-3581

Speaker Event

Professor Gordon H. Chang, co-director of the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford and author of Ghosts of Gold Mountain:  The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad, will present "The Recovery and Interpretation of the Experiences of Chinese Railroad Workers in North America".  This lecture is part of the Gold Spike Lecture Series.  The public event is SOLD OUT, but SSA has secured a limited number of seats for Stanford alumni and guests. 

Reception for Stanford Alumni

Prior to Professor Chang’s talk, mix and mingle with fellow Stanford alums. The Sacramento Stanford Association will be holding a reception at the Railroad Museum for Stanford alumni and guests.  Professor Chang is expected to be in attendance.  Appetizers and light refreshments will be served. Please click on the green button above to register for the reception and speaker event.  Early bird discount is available through July 31.  

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