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  1. The Attractive Museum Allison Cassie Collin Katie FYI Collin came up with the title

  2. Beginning (1849-1849) • Who were the key people? • James W. Marshall • James W. Marshall was the first man to discover gold. • John Sutter • The owner of the mine that the gold was discovered.

  3. Beginning (1849-1849) • What Were The Events That Led To The California Gold Rush? • John Sutter was a Swiss immigrant. • He got a 50,000 to the Sacramento Valley. • On the land he built Sutter’s Fort which was a great place for Farming, Business and a resting place for immigrants. • Sutter hired John Marshall to work on his mine.

  4. Beginning (1849-1849) • What Were The Events Led up to the California Gold? (continued) • Marshall picked a piece of gold and looked like gold. • Later it was tested gold and the test came back positive. • Sutter wanted to keep the gold a secret so people wouldn’t be digging on his land • James Polk got word and so did everyone else and headed out west.

  5. Beginning (1849-1849) • What Was It Like Before The Gold Rush Began? • Sutter was a wealthy business man with a 50,000 land grant. • If there even was a town it didn’t have a lot of people.

  6. Beginning (1849-1849) • Where Did It Happen? • The Gold Rush started in the Sacramento Valley

  7. Beginning (1849-1849) • Where were the people coming from? • The people were coming from all over the world to have a chance at gold.

  8. Beginning (1849-1849) • How were they getting here? • The people got here using wagons and traveling by ship.

  9. The Middle Historian What was life of the miners like? • Their were very many hardships for the miners such as disease being easily spread. • Being a place of no law their was a lot of thievery and murder. • Supplies having to be shipped from long ways their was rarely fruit causing scurvy. • Shelter was verily poor. Men who did live in decent cabins would usually be housing 6 other men at least.

  10. The Prices of Living

  11. The Prices of Living

  12. Town Development • When news of gold came over 300,000 flocked to California. • Many boomtowns established in California. • One of the boomtowns had over 79 buildings. • The same town had an estimated population of 100,000 people. • The homes varied in boomtowns from shanties, framed house and even homes made of adobe brick.

  13. The End Historian1856-1859 By: Allison Phillips

  14. The End of the Gold Rush • California becomes state • 49’s left • Veteran miners • California development

  15. Life Towards the End • Immigrants • Miners

  16. Importance of the Gold Rush • California statehood • More immigrants and Americans • Greatest rush

  17. Impact of Gold Rush • Attracted attention • People • Population • Money

  18. Bibliography • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Gold_Rush. (2012, 2 5). Retrieved 2 8, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Gold_Rush • http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/californiagoldrush.htm. (n.d.). Retrieved 2 8, 2012, from http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/californiagoldrush.htm • Weiser, K. (2010, 2). http://www.legendsofamerica.com/ca-goldrush.html. Retrieved 2 8, 2012, from http://www.legendsofamerica.com/ca-goldrush.html

  19. Bibliography • References • 30, 1. (., Rush, 0. I., diseases, t. o., & &, U. g. (n.d.). CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH Native American Indian History in California Largest Natural Gold Nuggets Photos Kumeyaay Gold Coins. KUMEYAAY INFORMATION VILLAGE Website Educational & Cultural Resources About Native American Indian Southern California Tribes. Retrieved February 2, 2012, from http://www.kumeyaay.info/california_gold/ • California Gold Rush Photo: Gold Rush Ads. (n.d.). Shmoop: Homework Help, Teacher Resources, Test Prep. Retrieved February 2, 2012, from http://www.shmoop.com/california-gold-rush/photo-gold-rush.html • California State Library. (n.d.). California State Library. Retrieved February 2, 2012, from http://www.library.ca.gov/ • Settling of the American West. (n.d.). findingDulcinea | Online Guides | Internet Library | Web Resources. Retrieved February 2, 2012, from http://www.findingdulcinea.com/guides/Education/US-History/Settling-of-the-American-West.html • APA formatting by BibMe.org.

  20. Bibliography • California, 1., slavery, h. v., & state, w. a. (2009, January 1). The California Gold Rush. Welcome to Calliope.... Retrieved February 6, 2012, from http://www.calliope.org/gold/gold2.html • What is the importance of the California gold rush. (n.d.). The Q&A wiki. Retrieved February 6, 2012, from http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_importance_of_the_California_gold_rush • APA formatting by BibMe.org.