Traveling Exhibit

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Traveling Exhibition

A century ago, America completed the largest infrastructure undertaking, for its time, built almost entirely by the hands of immigrants from around the world, connecting the East and West Coasts with the Transcontinental Railway. This exhibition guides you through the experience of Chinese immigrants in the United States and their contribution to that undertaking. Consider, as you explore the exhibit, the effects of landscape, material culture and social connections to workers' daily life along the railroad in this unique and unparalleled period of American history.

Host an exhibit

Interested in your location getting involved? Contact the Museum Director, listed below, for more information.

Molly Boeka Cannon

Molly Boeka Cannon

Professional Practice Assistant Professor | Director and Curator USU Museum of Anthropology and Spatial Data Collection, Analysis, and Visualization Lab

(435) 797-7545
Old Main Room 252A

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