GOLD, GREED & GENOCIDE
- The Acquisition of California, Its Influence and Development Under American Rule. Cushing, Charles S. // California Law Review;Jan1920, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p67
Presents information on the acquisition and development of the state of California under the U.S. Discussion on the Mexican War, aimed at obtaining additional territory in which slave labor could be economically used; Historical importance of the discovery of gold in California; Immigration in...
- Dying miner's farewell. // American History;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p54
Features a gold miner's photograph and letters to his mother that recounts his experiences of the gold rush in California during the 1950s.
- Gold rush '95. Fish, Peter // Sunset;Aug95, Vol. 195 Issue 2, p26
Focuses on places in California with potentials for gold panning. Geologists' belief on the existence of gold mines in the state; Dislodging of pockets of gold after heavy rains; Equipment used for gold panning; Mining claims on public lands.
- Gold fever. // U.S. News & World Report;7/14/86, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p59
Gold fever: they're catching it again. It is luring prospectors to Calif.'s mother-lode country. But today's prospectors wear wet suits, carry beach chairs and bring the family along. INSET: Glossary of gold..
- GOLD! Walsh, Brian // Cobblestone;Jan2008, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the discovery of gold in California and the gold rush that attracted people from other nations.
- ADVENTURES of the PUZZLE SQUAD. Parlington, Marta // U.S. Kids;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p23
Presents puzzle games based on the 1848 gold rush in California.
- Siskon Gold Corp. // Equities;Jan1995, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p34
Reports that gold production from the development mining has commenced at Grass Valley, California-based Siskon Gold Corporation's wholly owned San Juan Mine. Findings of a technical and financial feasibility study.
- Emperor Gold Corp. // Equities;Feb96, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p30
Reports on the approval of Vancouver, British Columbia-based Emperor Gold Corp.'s proposal to dewater and explore the Idaho-Maryland Mine in California.
- The Trime. Bryan, Michael F. // Economic Commentary;1/15/2004, p1
Comments on the problem of monetary indivisibility created by the expansion of steam-powered transportation and the California gold rush for the U.S. post office in 1851.