1.) Other than Americans, what other cultures participated in the Gold Rush?


2.) What caused Americans to begin

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1.) Other than Americans, what other cultures participated in the Gold Rush?

2.) What caused Americans to begin to develop negative attitudes toward those from outside the U.S.?

3.) If you traveled to San Francisco today, what foreign culture would you likely see thriving? Why is this?

4.) What ethnic group did not fare so well as a result of the Gold Rush? What happened?

5.) The author states “African Americans fared surprisingly well.” What factors led to this?

Donna 1 year 2021-08-27T11:09:38+00:00 0

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    2021-08-27T11:10:42+00:00

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    1. People from all over the world hoped to strike it rich in California’s gold mines. Soon Europeans, Asians, and African Americans and Native Americans from other parts of the country joined the Native Californians and Californios.

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    3. As the last stop for American westward expansion on the continent, San Francisco has always been a haven for those seeking to escape the conservative traditions of the East Coast and Midwest. Because it’s a major port, it also has attracted large numbers of people from all over Asia and the Pacific. During World War II, African-Americans came seeking wartime jobs in its shipyards. The LGTB community also has deep roots in San Francisco. The city was and is such a diverse and international city that the United Nations was founded in San Francisco in 1945 — not in New York, as is commonly believed.

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