Article in unnamed newspaper reporting the death of Ah Say, 1899

AH Say became superintendent of the Chinese UPRR workers and a recruiter of sorts, traveling to California and Omaha to recruit and escort new Chinese workers to Southeast Wyoming, contracting with both the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. By the time of his death, the Emperor of China had also appointed him a consul. He also became a naturalized citizen and assimilated into Rock Springs society, while honoring his own cultural heritage.

Resource Identifier
Biographical File: Ah Say, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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