Seeking Fortunes: Bozeman’s Historic China Alley

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Seeking Fortunes: Bozeman’s Historic China Alley

Tour Guides: Rebekah Schields and Jennifer Dunn  

When: Mondays at 10am (No tour August 21) and August 26 at 1pm and September 16 at 1pm 

Where: Meet at Soroptomist Park, located at the corner of Rouse and Main Streets

Cost: $10 for tickets, $7 for seniors and students. Children 12 and under are free.

This tour caps at 25 people so please arrive early to secure a spot. If you would like to reserve a spot on the tour, give us a call at  406-220-2678, send us an email at info@extremehistoryproject.org, or buy a ticket online here.

The Chinese were an integral part of early Montana life, fulfilling roles as miners, laundry men, restaurant owners, and purveyors of fresh vegetables. They came to the West, as many did, to find a better life for themselves and their families. While these Chinese people faced discrimination in many areas of their life, they made a major impact on the city of Bozeman. Join the Extreme History Project as we uncover this history in Seeking Fortunes: Bozeman’s China Alley. 

A big thanks to Sola Cafe for sponsoring this tour!

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