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ISBN: 079226861X
Author: Robin Doak
Language: English
Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books (August 8, 2006)
Category: History
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California, 1542-1850. California's rich history is traced for young readers: from its origins as a sparsely populated outpost of the Spanish empire in the 16th century to the frenzied westward migration of the 1850s

California, 1542-1850. California's rich history is traced for young readers: from its origins as a sparsely populated outpost of the Spanish empire in the 16th century to the frenzied westward migration of the 1850s. Young readers encounter England's Sir Francis Drake, who claimed the west coast for England, calling the land New Albion, and learn how the state was eventually named for a mythical island inhabited by female warriors.

Finally, they experience the gold fever that propelled California towards its . product description page.

Finally, they experience the gold fever that propelled California towards its entry into the Union as the 31st state in 1850. National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources. org/commoncore for more information. Voices from Colonial America: California 1542-1850 - by Robin Doak (Hardcover).

9780792263913 California's rich history is traced for young readers: from its origins as a sparsely populated outpost of the . Voices from Colonial America. National Geographic Society.

9780792263913 California's rich history is traced for young readers: from its origins as a sparsely populated outpost of the Spanish empire in the 16th century to the frenzied westward migration of the 1850s.

Shelve California 1542-1850. The history of colonial Texas begins with a ship. ore.

Voices from Colonial America: California, 1542-1850. National Geographic Society, 2006. McEvoy, Arthur F, from The Fisherman’s Problem: Ecology and the Law in California Fisheries, 1850-1980

Voices from Colonial America: California, 1542-1850. McEvoy, Arthur F, from The Fisherman’s Problem: Ecology and the Law in California Fisheries, 1850-1980. Cambridge England: Cambridge University Press, 1986), pp. 2632.

Series: National Geographic Voices from ColonialAmerica. See and discover other items: colonial america. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Hardcover: 112 pages. Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books (April 11, 2006). ISBN-13: 978-0792263906. Product Dimensions: . x . x 10 inches.

From the book Voices from Colonial America: California, 1542-1850, published by National Geographic . A significant push toward the west coast of North America began in the 1810s

For information on user permissions, please read our Terms of Service. A significant push toward the west coast of North America began in the 1810s. It was intensified by the belief in manifest destiny, federally issued Indian removal acts, and economic promise. Pioneers traveled to Oregon and California using a network of trails leading west. In 1893 historian Frederick Jackson Turner declared the frontier closed, citing the 1890 census as evidence, and with that, the period of westward expansion ended.

Voices from colonial america Doak, Robin Random House (USA) 9781426301438 : Maryland& colonial history is full of surprises .

Voices from colonial america Doak, Robin Random House (USA) 9781426301438 : Maryland& colonial history is full of surprises, enterprising people, and historic places.

The latest in an extremely solid series of books on the making of the American Colonies, this book shines the magnifying glass on colonial New Jersey, which, many people (especially in New Jersey) would argue, was as overlooked in favor of New York and Pennsylvania then as it is now. New Jersey, in fact, was a very important colony, the linchpin that kept the New England and Middle Colonies together.

California's rich history is traced for young readers: from its origins as a sparsely populated outpost of the Spanish empire in the 16th century to the frenzied westward migration of the 1850s. Young readers encounter England's Sir Francis Drake, who claimed the west coast for England, calling the land New Albion, and learn how the state was eventually named for a mythical island inhabited by female warriors. Readers also learn how Spanish priests and settlers founded powerful Jesuit missions and presidios; how more Indians died in California's missions than were saved; how Russia became a threat to Spanish control, establishing a fort on the West Coast in 1812; and how California was affected by Mexico's independence from Spanish rule. Finally, they experience the gold fever that propelled California towards its entry into the Union as the 31st state in 1850.National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources.Visit www.natgeoed.org/commoncore for more information.

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