GHOSTS OF GOLD MOUNTAIN: The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad
An award-winning historian recovers the stories of the Chinese migrants, or "silent spikes," and returns them to their rightful place in our national saga. Drawing on recent archaeological findings, as well as payroll records, ship manifests and other sources from American and Chinese archives, Chang retraces the laborers' odyssey in breathtaking detail. Photos.
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