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Gold rush By: Valencia McKinley and Francisco peguero
Sutters Mill John A. Sutter had 50,000 acres of land from Mexico in California Dream: a great estate in the wilderness. 18,000 head of cattle He helped many settlers giving them work.
OREGON TRAIL MINERS MOVED TO CALIFORNIA ON THE OREGON TRAIL THE TRIP WEST LASTED FIVE OR SIX MONTHS PEOPLE WHO TRAVELED ON THE OREGON TRAIL ARE EMIGRANTS
Life in California They built communities called boom towns Robberies and murders were of daily occurrence Merchants profited from the gold rush
San Francisco Almost all of San Franciscos 900 residents left to chase gold The city became a ghost town
Forty-niners People who moved to California during 1849 More than 80,000 people moved to California for gold 80% were Americans
Gold fever Thousands moved to California million$ had been taken from the American river Most miners traveled by sea thats how bad the fever was Not many of them struck it rich
The history of gold 1848 a carpenter found gold flakes in a stream. It was found throughout California
CREDITS THE AMERICAN JOURNEY TEXT BOOK MS.PATTIS MANIFEST DESTINY PICTURES VALENCIA MCKINLEY FRANCISCO PEGUERO
NEW SETTLERS IN CALIFORNIA AND UTAH. CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD FLOCKED TO CALIFORNIA IN SEARCH OF QUICK RICHES. PEOPLE FROM.
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