Author at the Archives: "The White Devil's Daughters" by Julia Flynn Siler
The White Devil’s Daughters: The Women Who Fought Slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown is a New York Times Editor's Choice pick. The book tells the story of a cash-strapped band of activists who managed to disrupt the lucrative business of human trafficking between China and America for more than half a century.
Bestselling author Julia Flynn Siler will discuss her research journey--including visits to the Presbyterian Historical Society--and the heroic women whose stories she discovered along the way. Read Julia's recent blog post here.
All are welcome to this free lunchtime event. Pizza and parking available on a limited basis.