What do the letters of Mexican and Chinese migrants reveal about their fundamental role in California’s history of migration? A symposium sponsored by the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West and the Huntington Library will explore this important question through scholars’ and manuscripts curators’ discussion of twentieth-century Mexican and Chinese migrant letters as sources in writing this history.
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