The California Gold Rush By Gabby

In the California gold rush people panned for gold, in 1849 over 90,000 people arrived, and gold was first discovered in California by James Marshall.
The gold was found at Sutter's Mill and at first only 14,000 non-Native Americans were living in California and it only took place between 1848 and 1855
1 thing I will remember is that California gold rush was at the Sutters Mill.
This applies to the EQ: What are some reasons people moved west? Because it tells about the California Gold Rush which is one of the main reasons people moved west.


Created with images by *~Dawn~* - "Somewhere in Canada..."

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