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Series: Fact vs. Fiction in U.S. History
In 1848, gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill in California. Word quickly spread, and the California Gold Rush was on. Thousands of people went to California in hopes of finding gold and striking it rich. But did that really happen? Discover what’s real about the California Gold Rush.
Character 2: -
Size: 9 x 7
Interest Grade: 3-7
Reading Level: -
Penworthy Release: 01-2023
Item #: 53247
Onhand Quantity : 76
History, United States, John Sutter, James Marshall, Miners, Westward Expansion, Forty-Niners, Native Americans, Fact vs. Fiction, Illustrations
Primary Sources, Infographics, Glossary, Index, Table of Contents, History, Reader, Nonfiction, Capstone Captivate, Capstone Press