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Sutter's Mill, site of Marshall's discovery of gold in California, 1848. Hand-colores woodcut
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Henry Bigler's diary entry marking James Marshall's gold discovery at Sutter's Mill, California, 1848. Woodcut reproduction with a watercolor wash
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Newcomers line up for their mail at the San Francisco Post Office, 1849-1850. Hand-colored engraving
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Vigilante "hounds" attacking Chileans and other Catholic immigrants in San Francisco, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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California emigrants' last camp on the plains before heading over the Rockies, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut 1850s
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Men around a wagon train campfire at night. Hand-colored woodcut
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Clipper-ship R.B. Forbes of Boston, taking on cargo for California, 1851. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00199
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Gold-seekers bound for California on a sailing ship in fair weather, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Landing at the Chagres River, Panama, a seaport during the California Gold Rush. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT3A-00327
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Gold-rush prospectors crossing Panama on the Chagres River to get to California, 1849-1850. Woodcut
EVNT2C-00012
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Prospector panning for gold near Sutter's Mill in the American River, Coloma, California. Composite of hand-colored woodcut and photograph
EVNT2A-00005
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Prospector washing pebbles from a stream using a cradle device to separate gold nuggets. Hand-colored woodcut
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Prospectors panning for gold in California. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00077
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Prospectors rushing for new diggings during the Gold Rush, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00032
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Miners' ball during the California Gold Rush. Hand-colored engraving
EVNT2A-00106
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Prospectors panning for gold, California, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rough road to the gold mines, California. Hand-colored woodcut
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Town of Marysville, CA, during the California Gold Rush, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00177
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Miners' camp in Boston Ravine, Grass Valley CA, during the Gold Rush, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00213
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Gold-seekers crossing the Isthmus of Panama on their journey to California, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00220
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Gold Rush prospectors washing dirt to find nuggets at Carson's, CA. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00316
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California prospector looking for a claim. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00175
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Prospectors finding gold in a stream during the California Gold Rush. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00256
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California Gold Rush miners in a gambling saloon playing faro. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00325
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California prospectors washing for gold. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT3A-00012
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Prospectors panning for gold in California. Woodcut
USCA2A-00025
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Gold-seekers landing in San Francisco to rush to mining regions, 1848. Hand-colored woodcut
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San Francisco, California, from the foot of Telegraph Hill, early 1851. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hucksters in front of the Empire Saloon, San Francisco, 1850s. Hand-colored engraving
USCA2D-00065
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold on the American River, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00066
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold on the American River, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush
USCA2D-00068
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold on the American River, where the California Gold Rush started, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00067
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold on the American River, where the California Gold Rush started, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00069
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold in a sluice from the American River, where the California Gold Rush started, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00070
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Prospector reenactor panning for gold in a sluice from the American River, where the California Gold Rush started, Coloma, California
PUSA2A-00042
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James Wilson Marshall, discoverer of gold in California, 1848, with signature. Hand-colored engraving
USCA2D-00059
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South Fork of the American River by Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00060
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South Fork of the American River by Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00058
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South Fork of the American River by Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00061
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South Fork of the American River by Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00055
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Sutter's Mill, reconstructed, on the American River, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00056
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Sutter's Mill, reconstructed, on the American River, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00057
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Sutter's Mill, reconstructed, on the American River, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00062
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South Fork of the American River by Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00063
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Reproduced prospector's cabin near Sutter's Mill, where discovery of gold started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00064
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Hydraulic mining apparatus used in the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA2D-00072
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Sutter's Fort reconstructed in Sacramento, California, as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule
USCA2D-00073
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Reconstructed building in Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00074
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Gate to reconstructed Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00075
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Reconstructed trading post in Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00076
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Reconstructed kitchen in Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, Ccalifornia
USCA2D-00077
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Reconstructed master bedroom in Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00078
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Reconstructed sleeping quarters in Sutter's Fort as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00081
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Reconstructed blacksmith shop in Sutter's Fort as it existed un the 1840s under Mexican rule, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00082
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Flintlock musket demonstrated by a reenactor at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00083
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Flintlock musket demonstrated by a reenactor at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
PUSA2D-00003
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Statue of James Marshall, whose discovery of gold on the American River started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
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Statue of James Marshall, whose discovery of gold on the American River started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
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Statue of James Marshall, whose discovery of gold on the American River started the California Gold Rush, Coloma, California
USCA3A-00028
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Newcomers line up for their mail at the San Francisco Post Office, 1849. Woodcut
EVNT2A-00158
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Sutter's Fort, 1840s, center of California gold discovery. Hand-colored engraving
USCA2D-00093
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Whiskey still displayed at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
USCA2D-00071
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California Republic's "Bear Flag" on a wall in Coloma, California
 

   

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