The Gold Rush

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by ClanClasher
Last updated 4 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
American History
Grade:
4

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The Gold Rush

• The way the gold rush was started in CA was when James Marshall found gold and was overherd and seen with the gold.• The person who saw the gold spread the news all over San Fransico.* The reason most people said that the econemy that was brought to CA was one that sprung over night. That was because so many people had arrived and been smart to set up shop because they knew they would make a lot of money.• Some of the reasons that people left and where affected by the gold rush is because it was too stressful, a horrible sight, hard trip to take, gave miners diseases, drove them crazy, and had them have a lack of nutrition.* The daliy life in the mining camps was mostly recless with a loth of rough justice and work with many people of different races and culters like latinos, chinese, women, anglo-americans, and native americans.

* There where many mining techiques each doing amounts of damage to the natural enviorment in CA. Some of the techiques included panning, the cradle, the long tom, cyotoe mining and hydraulic mining. Hydraulic mining out of all the ways to mine used the most water and caused the most damage to our lovly enviorment. We are still trying to repair the damage we have done.• The reason miners where affected by the lack of law order and women was because women back at their homes did all the work so they where left with having to do all the work and with the law order people where aggressive and scared people for life.• The reason miners where affected by the lack of law order and women was because women back at their homes did all the work so they where left with having to do all the work and with the law order people where aggressive and scared people for life.• The way most people came to the gold fields in the end was by foot or wagon they also went by boat but that took months to a year.

THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH!


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