Research Paper On California Gold Rush

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  • Gold At Sutter’s Mill in California

    A 3 page summation and analysis of General John A. Sutter’s first-person account of the discovery of gold at his mill, which is the event that launched the California gold rush. Sutter relates what the event meant for him personally. No other sources cited.

  • The California Gold Rush & the coming of the Civil War

    In this five page paper the writer reviews the book and the authors concept for writing the book titles The California Gold Rush & the coming of the Civil War. Only the book was referenced in the paper, no outside sources were used.

  • California's Gold Rush and 'The Shirley Letters'

    In five pages this paper examines the personal accounts of life during the California gold rush penned by a young woman with the pseudonym 'Dame Shirley.' Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • California's Gold Rush and Women

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses the little known tales of California's gold rush as told by women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

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