California Gold Rush

California is the most populous U.S. state. It is the third-largest state by land area, and is known for its varied climate and geography as well as its diverse population. In the 18th century California was part of the Spanish Empire, later becoming part of Mexico, who then ceded it to the United States after the Mexican War.

The California Gold Rush began in 1848,opening the region toa large influx of people and an economic boom. In the early 20th century Los Angeles became the center of the entertainment industry,and an important tourist area. Along with California's prosperous agricultural industry, other industries include aerospace, petroleum, and computer and information technology. California ranks among the ten largest economies in the world. If it was a separate country, it would be 34th among the most populous countries, just behind Poland.

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All That Glitters
Perspectives on History Series
by Phyllis Raybin Emert
from History Compass
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California Gold Rush
from Troll Associates
for 6th-10th grade
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California Gold Rush
Landmark #6
by May McNeer & Lynd Ward
from Random House
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Captain Bayley's Heir
by G. A. Henty
from Robinson Curriculum
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Captain Bayley's Heir
by G. A. Henty
from Robinson Curriculum
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Captain Bayley's Heir
by G. A. Henty
from Hurst
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Gold Rush Dogs
by Claire Rudolf Murphy, Jane G. Haigh
from Alaska Northwest Books
for 4th-9th grade
in California Gold Rush (Location: G4C-HIS)
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Island of the Blue Dolphins
by Scott O'Dell
from Yearling
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1961 Newbery Medal winner
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
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Island of the Blue Dolphins
by Scott O'Dell
Anv from Sandpiper Books
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1961 Newbery Medal winner
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Jessie Benton Fremont
by Marguerite Higgins
from Beautiful Feet Books
for 4th-9th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
$11.86
Making of American California
by Dorothy Dimmick
from Beautiful Feet Books
for 6th-9th grade
in California Gold Rush (Location: G4C-HIS)
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Patty Reed's Doll
by Rachel K. Laurgaard
from Tomato Enterprises
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Pioneers Go West
Landmark Series
by George Stewart
from Random House
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in Pioneer & Frontier Life (Location: HIS-19CAPIO)
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Seabird
by Holling C. Holling
from Houghton Mifflin
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1949 Newbery Honor Book
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Stories of Young Pioneers
by Violet T. Kimball
from Mountain Press
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This was Mining in the West
by David W. Pearson
Second Edition; First Printing from Schiffer
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in Industry & Trade (Location: G6D-HIS)
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We Were There with the California Forty-Niners
We Were There #9
by Stephen Holt
from Grosset & Dunlap
for 5th-9th grade
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Zia
by Scott O'Dell
from HMH Books for Young Readers
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in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
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