Kam Wah Chung & Co Museum, located in the town of John Day, Oregon, is an important landmark that preserves the history of Chinese immigrants who helped the development of the local economy. The museum is a wonderful chance to step back in time and explore a Chinese Heritage Sites, with artifacts from the early 1860s. Inside you'll find Chinese medicine, shop tools, and artifacts from everyday life. There are also photographs, documents, and memorabilia from the period when Chinese labor, enterprise, and skills were essential for the growth of the towns, as well as for the railroads and mining. The museum is a great opportunity to experience a piece of Oregon's history, hear stories of the lives of people who risked everything to start a new life in the West, and appreciate the success they found.
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