Voices from the Railroad: Stories by Descendants of Chinese Railroad Workers reveals the stories of three different descendant families. These stories have never been told outside of their families: until now. Learn about Jim King, Hung Lai Woh, and Lim Lip Hong, workers of the Central Pacific Railroad as they shatter misconceptions about the Chinese who helped build America.
This 28-page booklet includes: first-hand narratives by railroad worker descendants; color and black & white photographs; and historic documents, among the first known to link Chinese railroad workers to living descendants. With a foreword by CHSA Executive Director Sue Lee.
Editors: Sue Lee and Connie Young Yu
Authors: Gene O. Chan, with Connie Young Yu; Russell N. Low; Andrea Yee
Published 2014 by the Chinese Historical Society of America
7.5″x9.5″, 28-pages, saddle-stitched