Course at a Glance

Course:
The Eureka Plan
Date:
October 1
Location:
Online
Cost:
$20

The Eureka Plan

43968

With Katie Buesch, Historian

In 1885, Eureka was ground zero for a new mode of effectively removing an entire population of Chinese immigrants quickly. Learn about the origins of the 1885 Chinese Expulsion and the relatively unknown resistance to removal in this class, hosted by historian Katie Buesch of the Eureka Chinatown Project.

Sat., Oct. 1 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Online

$20 • Class #: 43968

Video will be available for this class.

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Katie Buesch

Katie Buesch

Katie Buesch graduated from Humboldt State University with degrees in anthropology and religious studies in 2017 (summa cum laude). She was the registrar then executive director and curator at the Clarke Museum from 2017-2022 before moving to Sacramento to pursue her masters in public history.