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Transit Stations May Actually Cut Down on Crime - CityLab


received a great deal of information about the best route for heading west to the Pacific Ocean.

Exploration: Lewis and Clark [ushistory.org]


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Oregon Trail | HistoryNet


After 1849, most of the wagons turned toward California

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gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in California, and the Gold Rush began. Both events were an invitation for Americans to come west. . Before 1836, though, Oregon was a land controlled by British fur trading companies. . a . In the late 1830's, America was experiencing an economic depression and many Americans looked westward for a new life .

Triumph & Tragedy : The Oregon Trail


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the giant wagon train followed the Sante Fe Trail for some 40 miles and then turned northwest to the Platte River, which it followed along its northern route to Fort Laramie, Wyoming.

Great Emigration departs for Oregon - May 22, 1843 - HISTORY.com


You May Not Know About the Oregon Trail
when Lewis and Clark arrived in 1804, by the late 1830s their total population had been reduced to less than 150. . ewis and Clark arrived i . However, Americans at the fort unwittingly brought new diseases to the area that decimated the local native populatio . Lewis and Clark arrived in 1804, by the late 1830s their total population had been reduced to less than 150. . Americans at the fort unwittingly brought new diseases to the area that decimated the local native population . From the Mandan villages the now enlarged expedition headed west to cross the Rockies, the highest mountain range in North America . Even before Jefferson had completed the Louisiana Purchase, he had begun to make plans for a bold journey to explore the vast interior of North America that remained completely unknown to American citizens

9 Things You May Not Know About the Oregon Trail - History Lists


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Exploration: Lewis and Clark [ushistory.org]


How a 2,000-Mile Trail Helped Define The American Mindset


On August 19, 1848 the New York Herald was the first newspaper on the East Coast of the United States to confirm that there was a gold rush in California; by . December 5, 1848, even President James Polk would announce this before Congress, significantly legitimizing the news.

California Gold Rush


$81 million worth of gold is extracted from California mines in 1852, an all-time high for the Gold Rush era. . $75 million worth of gold is extracted from California mines in 1851. . $81 million worth of gold is extracted from California mines in 1852, an all-time high for the Gold Rush era.

Gold in California [ushistory.org]


The California legislature passes the Foreign Miners Tax, charging foreign nationals $20 a month for the right to work their claims. The measure is aimed mainly at Chileans and Mexicans, as Anglo miners seek to reduce competition for ever-scarcer placer g . San Francisco's population, less than 1000 at the time of the gold discovery at Sutter's Mill, is now estimated to exceed 30,000. . $41 million worth of gold is extracted from California mines in 1850. . $10 million worth of gold is extracted from California mines in 1849. . Ninety thousand migrants, known later as "Forty-Niners," arrive in California during 1849. An estimated two-thirds are white Americans, but the Forty-Niners also include large numbers of Chinese, Chileans, Peruvians, Mexicans, Europeans, and Australians. . nety thousand migrants, known later as "Forty-Niners," arrive in California during 1849. An estimated two-thirds are white Americans, but the Forty-Niners also include large numbers of Chinese, Chileans, Peruvians, Mexicans, Europeans, and Australians. 97 . More than 30,000 Gold Rushers amass in Missouri, waiting for the prairie to harden enough to allow overland travel by wagon to California. . The first Chinese immigrants arrive in San Francisco.
The main route of the trail departed Independence cutting across northeast Kansas and entering southern Nebraska. The trail continued north westerly to the Platte River Valley at which point
James W. Marshall, a foreman building a lumber mill for pioneer landholder John Sutter, discovers gold in the American River east of Sacramento.
other towns along the Missouri River became jumping off points such as St. Joseph, MO, Nebraska City, Plattsmouth, and Omaha, NE, and Council Bluffs, IA (National Park Service).
California is a sparsely populated Mexican province, home to about 7,000 Californios (Mexican citizens), 150,000 Indians, and 900 foreigners (mostly Americans).
However, . originally began at Independence, Missouri, crossed the present states of Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and ended in Oregon City, Oregon. . at Independence, Missouri, crossed the present states of Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and ended in Oregon City, Oregon. . originally bega

The Oregon Trail - Digging In


California Gold Rush Timeline of Important Dates


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Exploration: Lewis and Clark [ushistory.org]


American River . in . gold . found . James Wilson Marshal . 1848 . January . 1852 . peaked . area . extracted from . $2 billion . total . less than 1,000 . pre-1848 . 848 figu . pre- . 100,000 . population . non-native . end of 1849 . by . to San Francisco . traveled . gold miners . thousands . Gold Rush . sparked . gold . discovery of

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