The California Gold Rush cartoon 1849 (The Wild West)



Not many Americans lived in California, but that soon changed.
By 1849 thousands upon thousands of people arrived in search of gold.

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Credit:

Narrator:
Chris Kane

Animation:
Daniel Turner
CJ Boucher

artwork:
Daniel Turner

Music:

One Fine Day

21 comments

  1. Good informative video! Nice gold! Here is a video I made, finding gold around the San Domingo Wash area near Morristown Arizona @

  2. I watched this in the 4th grade, I’m in 9th grade now and I’m learning about not mostly about the gold rush but it’s actually about the Chinese gold miners

  3. This Gold Rush led to Australia in 1851, the rush for gold. It was a time that transformed Australia. E.g. 1851 NSW goldrush,1852-3 Victorian goldrush which then led to thanks to mining licence fees, the Eureka stockade.

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