The Gold Rush by Rachel Lynette

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Author
Rachel Lynette
Publisher
PowerKids Press
Date of release
Pages
24
ISBN
9781477707845
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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Sutter's Mill, California, has been a place where Americans have gone to pursue their dreams since the moment gold was discovered there. The Gold Rush of 1849 affected Californias settlement and culture and hastened the move toward statehood. Readers look at life in mining camps, the cities that grew from them, changes in the economy, and the effect the Gold Rush had on Californias Native Americans.


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