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The California Gold Rush
John Sutter
James Marshall
Sam Brannan
Land Grant
Built the sawmill outside of San Francisco, California, where…
Partner of John Sutter, helped him build a sawmill and they s…
Owned California's only newspaper during the Gold Rush. He bo…
Large areas of land granted by the Mexican Government in exch…
John Sutter
Built the sawmill outside of San Francisco, California, where…
James Marshall
Partner of John Sutter, helped him build a sawmill and they s…
20 terms
California Gold Rush
49'ers
Panning
Supply and Demand
John Sutter
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
The amount of a product available and the desire of buyers fo…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for his association with…
49'ers
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
31 terms
The California Gold Rush
prospectors
lean-tos
shacks
mining
people who look for gold
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
small houses that are roughly built
looking for things found underneath the earth
prospectors
people who look for gold
lean-tos
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
California Gold Rush
Forty Niner
Panning
John Sutter
James Marshall
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for having gold discovere…
A foreman for John Sutter who discovered gold at Sutter's Mil…
Forty Niner
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water…
HMBHUSD California Gold Rush
entrepreneur
boomtown
Forty-niner
San Francisco
a person who starts a new business with the hope of making mo…
a town that grows rapidly as a result of new business
People who came to California in 1849 to mine for gold
California coastal city where many of the Forty-niners settle…
entrepreneur
a person who starts a new business with the hope of making mo…
boomtown
a town that grows rapidly as a result of new business
17 terms
HMBHUSD California Gold Rush
entrepreneur
boomtown
Forty-niner
San Francisco
a person who starts a new business with the hope of making mo…
a town that grows rapidly as a result of new business
People who came to California in 1849 to mine for gold
California coastal city where many of the Forty-niners settle…
entrepreneur
a person who starts a new business with the hope of making mo…
boomtown
a town that grows rapidly as a result of new business
31 terms
The California Gold Rush
prospectors
lean-tos
shacks
mining
people who look for gold
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
small houses that are roughly built
looking for things found underneath the earth
prospectors
people who look for gold
lean-tos
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
25 terms
The California Gold Rush
prospectors
lean-to's
shacks
mining
people who look for gold
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
small houses that are roughly built
looking for things found underneath the earth
prospectors
people who look for gold
lean-to's
shelters with only roofs that are made of tree branches
10 terms
California Gold Rush
Sierra Nevada Mountains
Californios
Riverbed
Pocketful of rocks
mountain range that runs parallel to pacific coastline, from…
Descendents of Spanish and Mexican conquerors; Spanish speaki…
the ground at the bottom of a river
Large amounts of Gold
Sierra Nevada Mountains
mountain range that runs parallel to pacific coastline, from…
Californios
Descendents of Spanish and Mexican conquerors; Spanish speaki…
9 terms
California Gold Rush
California Gold Rush
Area where350,000 people moved to betw…
son of moses who inherited land in Texas
to add or attach
a time beginning in 1848 when people from all over the world…
Oregon country
Stephen Austin
annex
California Gold Rush
a time beginning in 1848 when people from all over the world…
Area where350,000 people moved to betw…
Oregon country
5 terms
The California Gold Rush of 1849
'49ers
Saloon
Sawmill
Eureka!
The thousands of prospective gold-miners who moved to Califor…
A public room or building used for a specified purpose, such…
A factory in which logs are made into lumber by machines.
A cry of joy or satisfaction when one finds or discovers some…
'49ers
The thousands of prospective gold-miners who moved to Califor…
Saloon
A public room or building used for a specified purpose, such…
15 terms
California Gold Rush Vocabulary
gold rush
forty-niner
isthmus
technology
a time when many people hurry to the same area to look for gold
someone who came to California in 1849
a narrow strip of land that connects two larger areas of land
the use of tools, often improved by scientific knowledge, to…
gold rush
a time when many people hurry to the same area to look for gold
forty-niner
someone who came to California in 1849
The California Gold Rush
entrepeneur
Pony Express
Gold Rush
discrimination
someone who takes risks to start a business
a system of carrying mail by horse
a rapid flood of people into an area where gold has been disc…
unfair treatment
entrepeneur
someone who takes risks to start a business
Pony Express
a system of carrying mail by horse
12 terms
the california gold rush
isthmus
mother lode
entrepreneur
claim
a narrow strip of land with water on both sides
a gold rich area in the central Sierra Nevada foothills
a person that starts a buisness that provides a needed service
an individual's special mining area
isthmus
a narrow strip of land with water on both sides
mother lode
a gold rich area in the central Sierra Nevada foothills
California History - Gold Rush
gold rush
forty-niner
isthmus
claim
A huge movement of people going to a place to look for gold.
A person who went to California in 1849 to search for gold.
A narrow piece of land that connects two larger land areas
the area a miner said belonged to him or her.
gold rush
A huge movement of people going to a place to look for gold.
forty-niner
A person who went to California in 1849 to search for gold.
California Gold Rush
headquarters
treaty
isthmus
discrimination
Place from which the head of an army police force and so four…
a formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries.
A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas
Behaving differently, usually unfairly, toward the members of…
headquarters
Place from which the head of an army police force and so four…
treaty
a formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries.
California Gold Rush
Argonaut
Boom town
Fools gold
Gold fever
A person in search of gold
a town that grew fast as result a result of mining
iron pirate looks like gold FOOLING miners
an extrem interest in mining for gold almost an adiction
Argonaut
A person in search of gold
Boom town
a town that grew fast as result a result of mining
The California Gold Rush
John Sutter
Donner Party
forty-niners
prospect
American pioneer who built Sutter's fort, a trading post on t…
was a group of western travelers who went west to California…
gold-seeking migrants to California
search for gold
John Sutter
American pioneer who built Sutter's fort, a trading post on t…
Donner Party
was a group of western travelers who went west to California…
California Gold Rush
Gold Rush
Forty-Niner
Place Mining
Prefrabricate
A large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field
A miner who was apart of the California gold rush in 1849
Mining valuable minerals from a placer by wasking
To produce synthetically, artificial material
Gold Rush
A large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field
Forty-Niner
A miner who was apart of the California gold rush in 1849
41 terms
California's Gold Rush
James Marshall
1849
3 ways gold seekers got to CA
grubstake
discovered gold January 24, 1848, along the American river ne…
marked beginning of Gold Rush due to so many people coming to…
by sea, land, Panama (fastest)
miner's supplies - beans, coffee, dried beef, pick, shovel, g…
James Marshall
discovered gold January 24, 1848, along the American river ne…
1849
marked beginning of Gold Rush due to so many people coming to…
20 terms
California Gold Rush
49'ers
Panning
Supply and Demand
John Sutter
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
The amount of a product available and the desire of buyers fo…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for his association with…
49'ers
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
10 terms
The California Gold Rush
gold
Sutter's Mill
49ers
prospect
this was discovered in California in 1848
location gold was first discovered
gold-seeking migrants to California
to search for gold
gold
this was discovered in California in 1848
Sutter's Mill
location gold was first discovered
The California Gold Rush
John Sutter
Donner Party
forty-niners
prospect
Swiss immigrant who had permission to start a colony
was a group of western travelers who went to California but w…
these gold-seeking migrants to California were called this
or search for gold
John Sutter
Swiss immigrant who had permission to start a colony
Donner Party
was a group of western travelers who went to California but w…
California Gold Rush
49'ers
Panning
Supply and Demand
John Sutter
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
The amount of a product available and the desire of buyers fo…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for his association with…
49'ers
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
19 terms
California Gold Rush
49'ers
Panning
Supply and Demand
John Sutter
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
The amount of a product available and the desire of buyers fo…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for his association with…
49'ers
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
15 terms
The California Gold Rush
Boom Town
Claim Jumping
Claim
Cradle
A town that grew fast as a result of mining
Its a form of robbery where an owner of gold is forced to aba…
A piece of ground of a certain size which no one has a right…
A rocking device used in placer mining for separating gold fr…
Boom Town
A town that grew fast as a result of mining
Claim Jumping
Its a form of robbery where an owner of gold is forced to aba…
18 terms
California Gold Rush
49'ers
Panning
Supply and Demand
John Sutter
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
The amount of a product available and the desire of buyers fo…
A Swiss pioneer of California known for his association with…
49'ers
The nickname given to the men and women who rushed to Califor…
Panning
Technique used to separate gold from sediment by using water.
California Gold Rush
How was gold discovered in California?
How did California change?
Why was metal valuable at the time of…
How were claims to land settled?
It was discovered in a flume at Sutter's Mill, a lumber mill,…
A stampede of prospectors descended on northern California, S…
Gold was a valuable commodity and the basis of the world econ…
Many claims were settled violently.
How was gold discovered in California?
It was discovered in a flume at Sutter's Mill, a lumber mill,…
How did California change?
A stampede of prospectors descended on northern California, S…
The california gold rush
The california gold rush
Forty-Niners
Boom Towns
California in 1849
1848 gold was discovered by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mil…
People who went to California looking for Gold (They left in…
These grew near all the major mining sites. Eventually, resta…
Inflow of thousands of miners to Northern California after ne…
The california gold rush
1848 gold was discovered by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mil…
Forty-Niners
People who went to California looking for Gold (They left in…
10 terms
History: The California Gold Rush
What the was the main reason that so m…
Why are the Americans who traveled to…
What is "gold fever?"
What kind of people left for gold?
There was a gold rush there
They left home in 1849
The desire to get rich (Using gold from California)
Young men
What the was the main reason that so m…
There was a gold rush there
Why are the Americans who traveled to…
They left home in 1849
22 terms
The California gold rush
Forty-niner
Californios
Mariano Vallejo
John Sutter
Someone who went to California to fine gold
Settlers of Spanish or Mexican descent
A member of one of the oldest Spanish families in America, ow…
Swiss immigrant, had 50,000 acres of land, hired James Marsha…
Forty-niner
Someone who went to California to fine gold
Californios
Settlers of Spanish or Mexican descent
California Gold Rush
river where gold was originally discov…
year gold was first discovered
man who found the gold (working as the…
year California became a state
American River
1848
James Marshall
1850
river where gold was originally discov…
American River
year gold was first discovered
1848
The California Gold Rush
40 - niner
Californio
Mariano Vallejo
John Sutter
A person who went to California to find gold starting in 1849
California settler of Spanish or Mexican descent
A Californio and a member of one of the oldest Spanish famili…
Oh California settler on Whose Line gold was found
40 - niner
A person who went to California to find gold starting in 1849
Californio
California settler of Spanish or Mexican descent
15 terms
California Gold Rush Vocabulary
gold rush
forty-niner
isthmus
technology
a time when many people hurry to the same area to look for gold
someone who came to California in 1849
a narrow strip of land that connects two larger areas of land
the use of tools, often improved by scientific knowledge, to…
gold rush
a time when many people hurry to the same area to look for gold
forty-niner
someone who came to California in 1849
5 terms
The California Gold Rush
glistening
zeal
treacherous
isthmus
(adj) shining brightly
Extremely active, eager
Dangerous or hazardous
A narrow strip of land between two bodies of water
glistening
(adj) shining brightly
zeal
Extremely active, eager
the california gold rush
john sutter
donner party
forty niners
prospect
Owner of the mill where gold was discovered that helped start…
a group of western travelers who went to California but were…
these gold seeking migrants to california
or the search for gold
john sutter
Owner of the mill where gold was discovered that helped start…
donner party
a group of western travelers who went to California but were…
6 terms
The California Gold Rush
John Sutter
The Donner Party
Sutter's Mill
49er's
A Swiss immigrant that got premission to start a colony in Ca…
A group of western travelers who went to California but were…
A popular rest stop for emmigrants during the gold rush
gold-seeking migrants that came to California during the gold…
John Sutter
A Swiss immigrant that got premission to start a colony in Ca…
The Donner Party
A group of western travelers who went to California but were…
The California Gold Rush
Minor
allure
sawmill
iron pyrite
a person who digs the ground for valuable rocks or metals
something that has the power to attract.
a place were logs are sawed into planks, boards, etc
a brass yellow mineral
Minor
a person who digs the ground for valuable rocks or metals
allure
something that has the power to attract.
5 terms
The California Gold Rush
John Sutter
Donner Party
Forty-niners
Prospect
Swiss immigrant owning land on which gold was discovered in C…
A group of 87 pioneers who became trapped in winter snows hig…
People who rushed to California after the discovery of gold i…
A formal legal document, which is required by and filed with…
John Sutter
Swiss immigrant owning land on which gold was discovered in C…
Donner Party
A group of 87 pioneers who became trapped in winter snows hig…
California gold rush
Forty-niner
Californios
Mariano Vallejo
James Marshall
Person who went to California to find golden 1849
Settles of Mexican or Spanish decent who populated California
A prosperous Californio who lost a lot of land after American…
Carpenter who discovered gold in 1848
Forty-niner
Person who went to California to find golden 1849
Californios
Settles of Mexican or Spanish decent who populated California
California gold rush
John sutter
Donner party
forty niners
prospect
Swiss immigrant who started a colony .
a group that was trapped in snow while they were heading west…
people who came to california looking for gold.
to search for gold.
John sutter
Swiss immigrant who started a colony .
Donner party
a group that was trapped in snow while they were heading west…
California Gold Rush
Gold was first found in California by…
The thousands who flocked to Californi…
ospectors first panned rivers and then…
A few struck it rich, but most never m…
...
...
...
...
Gold was first found in California by…
...
The thousands who flocked to Californi…
...
20 terms
California Gold Rush
Fourty-niner
1849
1852
Californios
Someone who went to find gold in California
Starting year
Ending year
Settlers [in California] of Mexican or Spanish descent
Fourty-niner
Someone who went to find gold in California
1849
Starting year
California gold rush
argonaut
alcalde
boom town
batea
a person in search of gold
the mayor or judge of town
a town that grew fast as a result of mining
a flat Indian bowl used by miners when they needed a meal pan…
argonaut
a person in search of gold
alcalde
the mayor or judge of town
California Gold Rush
William Becknell
Juan de Onate
Santa Fe Trail
Junipero Serra
An American merchant who was the first to travel to Santa Fe,…
A Spanish conquistador who claimed the territory of New Mexic…
A transportation route through central North America that con…
A Spanish Franciscan friar who founded a mission in Baja Cali…
William Becknell
An American merchant who was the first to travel to Santa Fe,…
Juan de Onate
A Spanish conquistador who claimed the territory of New Mexic…
California Gold Rush
3 examples
Natives
Californios
White Americans
-risk of disease ... -overcrowded population and pollution... -lack…
-native population drastically plummeted ... -the Act for the Go…
-they lost power, authority, and land... -had legal control of l…
-many believed they were to superior to non-white population…
3 examples
-risk of disease ... -overcrowded population and pollution... -lack…
Natives
-native population drastically plummeted ... -the Act for the Go…
5 terms
The California gold rush
John Sutter
Dinner party
Forty niners
Prospect
Swiss immigrant, had permission to start a colony
Group of western travelers who sent to California but were st…
Gold seeking immigrants to California
Search for gold
John Sutter
Swiss immigrant, had permission to start a colony
Dinner party
Group of western travelers who sent to California but were st…
California gold rush
argonaut
alcalde
color
dust
a person in search of gold
the mayor or judge of a town
any trace or sized particle gold
very fine particles of placer gold
argonaut
a person in search of gold
alcalde
the mayor or judge of a town
19 terms
California Gold Rush
Santa Fe Trail
Ranchos
Californio
Tejanos
The westward route from the Independence,Missouri to Santa Fe…
Large land grants awarded by the government
Lives center around the community and family activities.
Or Mexicans that live in Texas
Santa Fe Trail
The westward route from the Independence,Missouri to Santa Fe…
Ranchos
Large land grants awarded by the government
The California Gold Rush (Vocabulary)
John Sutter
Donner Party
Forty Niners
Prospect
Pioneer of California known for his association with the Cali…
A group of western travelers who went to California but were…
Gold seeking migrants (prospectors).
To search for gold
John Sutter
Pioneer of California known for his association with the Cali…
Donner Party
A group of western travelers who went to California but were…
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