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John A. Sutter, California pioneer. Hand-colored woodcut
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Samuel Brannan, California pioneer, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Samuel Brannan, California pioneer. Woodcut
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Manual gristmill for grain demonstrated at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
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Manual gristmill for corn demonstrated at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
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Whiskey still displayed at Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, California
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California Republic's "Bear Flag" on a wall in Coloma, California
AGRI2A-00060
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California vaquero galloping to lasso a steer. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
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A Mexican vaquero. Hand-colored engraving of a Frederic Remington illustration
AGRI2A-00092
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Vaqueros branding longhorn cattle, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00093
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Cowboy riding a bucking bronco. Hand-colored engraving of a Frederic Remington illustration
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Asian workers curing raisins in the vineyards of California, 1890s. Hand-colored engraving
AGRI2A-00048
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California orange grove, 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00126
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Tunnel in a California mine, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00213
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Huge load of redwood timber pulled by steam locomotive, California, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone
EVNT2A-00255
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US marines, seamen, dragoons, and volunteers hold off Mexican attack, Battle of San Gabriel, CA, US-Mexican War, 1849. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00050
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Jesuit missionaries addressing Native Americans in California. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00172
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Spanish mission settlement in North America, a typical arrangement. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00051
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Mission in California, with padres, Spanish soldiers, and Native Americans. Woodcut
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Spanish missionary Father Garzes instructing Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2D-00003
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Model of a Portuguese or Spanish navigator using an astrolabe, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Closup of a model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
HSET2A-00060
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Donner Party stranded by a blizzard in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, 1846. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00062
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Pioneers in snow on the trail over the Rockies, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
HSET2D-00113
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Memorial statue for the tragic Donner Party expedition at the site of one of their cabins in the Sierra Nevada, California
HSET2D-00115
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Boulder that served as a cabin wall for the tragic Donner Party expedition, Donner Pass, Sierra Nevada, California
PEXP2D-00016
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00018
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00019
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00020
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00021
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Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo portrayed on a National Park Service banner, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, CA. Digital photograph
PUSA2A-00053
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Pio Pico, governor of California in 1845. Hand-colored woodcut
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Francisca Benicia Carrillo Vallejo, wife of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, California statesman, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOSP2A-00043
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Californians lassoing a bear, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00060
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Ad for the San Antonio & San Diego overland stagecoach line, c.1838. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00114
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Stagecoaches and wagons crossing the Sierra Nevadas into California, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00141
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Native Americans getting their first view of the transcontinental railroad. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00148
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Surveying the route for the transcontinental railroad through Humboldt Pass, Sierra Nevada. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00204
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Workers cheering the first train over the Sierra Nevada mountains protected by snow-sheds. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00230
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Wagonload of visitors descending into Yosemite Valley, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAA2A-00023
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The Yosemite Valley viewed in the 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAA2A-00024
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Horseback riders descending into the Yosemite Valley, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Giant sequoia in Yosemite dwarfs a man holding a rifle, 1800s. Photograph
USAA2P-00002
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"Wawona," giant sequoia in Yosemite's Mariposa Grove, California, circa 1890. Albertype reproduction of a photograph
USCA2A-00005
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Family driving a carriage into Vallejo, the new capital of California, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00019
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Spanish family traveling by oxcart, California, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
USCA2A-00022
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San Francisco viewed from the bay, 1847, before gold was discovered in California. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00030
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Group of vaqueros outside Santa Inez Mission in California, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2D-00021
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Father Junipero Serra's personal quarters at San Diego Mission, which he founded in 1769
USCA2D-00022
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Father Junipero Serra's chair in his personal quarters at San Diego Mission, which he founded in 1769
USCA2D-00023
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00025
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00026
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00027
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00029
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San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, viewed from the fields where Native Americans farmed, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00030
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Flags of Mexico, Spain, US, and California over gateway into the cemetery of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, California
USCA3A-00036
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Storehouse of General Vallejo at his home in Sonoma CA, made with timbers imported from Switzerland. Woodcut
USCA3A-00007
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Montgomery Street looking northward from California Street, San Francisco, 1854. Engraving
PEXP2A-00043
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General John C. Fremont in his prairie costume on horseback. Hand-colored woodcut
PREL2A-00035
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Father Junipero Serra, Franciscan missionary to California, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00110
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John Muir, naturalist and founder of the Sierra Club. Hand-colored engraving
PUSA2A-00138
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General Andres Pico of California, mid-1800s. Digitally colored woodcut of a photograph
HSET2D-00052
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Inscription by Captain Orton, 1st California Cavalry, at El Morro along the old Spanish trail near Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico
HSET2D-00057
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John Udell 1858 inscription at El Morro, member of the first emigrant wagon train to California on the old Spanish trail, New Mexico
HUSG2A-00055
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Chinese immigrant dying of thirst in the Mohave Desert, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
EXPL2A-00299
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Group of horsemen getting their first glimpse of the Sierra Nevada range, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00041
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Mexican pulque carrier in Los Angeles, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA3A-00041
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Mexican pulque carrier in Los Angeles, 1800s. Woodcut
EXPL2A-00245
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Spanish conquistador in armor on horseback, New Spain, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
HOUS2A-00007
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Mexican women making tortillas, 1800s. Printed color lithograph
HREC2A-00036
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Spanish Californians or Mexicans dancing the fandango, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00037
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Hispanic girl playing guitar on a porch, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
HREC3A-00036
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Spanish Californians or Mexicans dancing the fandango, 1800s. Woodcut
HUSG2A-00042
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Spanish-American couple Juan and Juanita, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of Frederic Remington illustration
HUSG2A-00043
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Spanish woman and child looking through a window, California Territory. Hand-colored engraving
EVNT2A-00096
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Sutter's Mill, site of Marshall's discovery of gold in California, 1848. Hand-colores woodcut
EVNT2A-00311
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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
USCA2A-00026
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Newcomers line up for their mail at the San Francisco Post Office, 1849-1850. Hand-colored engraving
USCA2A-00032
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Vigilante "hounds" attacking Chileans and other Catholic immigrants in San Francisco, 1850s. 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
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
EVNT2A-00012
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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
EVNT2A-00173
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Rough road to the gold mines, California. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00176
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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-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
USCA2A-00027
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San Francisco, California, from the foot of Telegraph Hill, early 1851. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00029
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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
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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
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Sutter's Fort reconstructed in Sacramento, California, as it existed in the 1840s under Mexican rule

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