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Students will have fun coloring the story of the California gold rush! The story will begin with an American construction worker, James Marshall, and his discovery of gold while building a sawmill for a businessman named John Sutter. It continues as 25,000 people travel to California calling themselves ‘forty-niners’ and finally tells what happened after the gold rush ended.
Students will enjoy learning the history of trains and the railway in the U.S. as they color! Highlights include learning about…
– the first ‘wagonways’ and what was used to power the first trains (horse power)
– what changes were made around 1776 and 1789
– the nickname of the first steam locomotive
– who built the first passenger train in the U.S.
…and much more!
This resource is a large 190 page resource with everything you need to create a fantastic study on the Native Americans of North America! In this unit, you’ll find lots of informational pages, illustrations, and activities. It has been designed to use when creating traditional classroom work as well as notebooking and lapbooking projects!