Down by the Station
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Down by the Station : Los Angeles Chinatown, 1880-1933
Roberta S. Greenwood
Excavation of the Chinatown that was destroyed in the building of Union Station provides a rich picture of the people and life in nineteenth and early twentieth century Los Angeles. Intensive historical research, oral history, and laboratory analyses have been synthesized into a comprehensive reconstruction of a community that was isolated socially, economically, and geography.
“…a fascinating glimpse of a vital part of America’s heritage.”
– Mark Michel, American Archaeology, Winter 1997-1998, pp.32.
Subjects: Historical Archaeology, Chinese, Los Angeles, California, Union Station
Publication Date: 1996
Series: Monumenta Archaeologica 18
Publisher: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology
Price: US $9.98