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Title
Grave stone. Gin Chow : 1857-1933. Evergreen Cemetery. Gin Chow was the most famous Chinese farmer in Lompoc. He was the weather prophet, political analyst and sage of his time. Gin Chow farmed in Goleta until 1911, when he moved to Lompoc. He came to the U.S. from China in 1873, with the intention of getting rich like most Chinese immigrants. He worked for Col. W. W. Hollister's Glen Annie Ranch in Goleta, farmed on 22 acres later, and eventually moved to Lompoc, buying 32 acres east of town
Creator
unknown
Contributor
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Date Created and/or Issued
undated
Contributing Institution
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Collection
Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast
Rights Information
Lompoc Valley Historical Society
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Description
Grave stone at Evergreen Cemetery, Lompoc, with the following inscritption, "Gin Chow 1857 - 1933 The Prophet."
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 X 26 cm.
Identifier
http://www.luna.blackgold.org/luna/servlet/detail/blackgold~1~1~372~127
http://blackgold.lunaimaging.com:80/MediaManager/srvr?mediafile=/Size2/blackgold~1~1/10/BG-AP-14-080.jpg
AP080
Language
English
Subject
Chow, Gin
Lompoc (Calif.)
Evergreen Cemetery (Lompoc, Calif.)
Chinese Americans--California--Santa Barbara County
Cemeteries--California--Santa Barbara County
Source
BG-AP-14-080.jpg
Part of "Historical Photos of Four Ethnicities on California's Central Coast" Collection
Originally published as part of Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast: a photo essay

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