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    • california Part 1
      By: MIGUEL Cardenas
    • Chapter 1 War and peace world war
      • The professor George Ellery Hale helped organize the national scientific establishment.
      • San Diego had a Marine Corps training depot.
      • During the first World War the U.S contributed a fair share of troops.
      • In 1914 the Navy established the Pacific fleet.
    • Chapter 2 War and peace world war
      • The war department had increased its presence in California.
      • California supported the American first movement and wanted to keep the U.S out of war.
      • The attack on Pearl Harbor threw California into a panic.
      • The Army Air corps established a number of pilot and mechanic training.
    • Chapter 4 Striking it Rich
      • California was experiencing difficulties in establishment of civil society.
      • From the conquest of 1846 the singing of the treaty the U.S administered California under international law.
      • Feb 2 1848 all the Mexican territories north of the Rio Grande were given to the United States.
    • Chapter 4 Striking it rich: the gold rush
      • On January 24, 1848, when gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill, in Coloma, California
      • Many Employees of Sutter Mill began to leave there jobs so they could go to find gold full time.
      • The Gold Rush was one of the most significant events in California history. It brought people from all over the United States and the world in search for gold.
    • Chapter 4 Striking it rich: important people
      • John Augustus Envisioned an agricultural empire near the American River
      • Wanted discovery of gold kept secret
      • Never did appreciate the opportunities of the Gold Rush, and left California penniless
      • James Wilson was commissioned to built a sawmill and found gold that lead to the gold rush.
    • Chapter 7 Great Expectations
      • Public works created aqueducts ,powerplants, roadways and buildings.
      • With the gold rush it made it possible for irrigation.
      • The gold rush would stabilize the metropolitan infrastructure of the San Francisco and LA.
      • It took over 6 years to build the Los Angeles aqueduct
    • Chapter 7 Great Expectations
      • The Japanese, Mexican American and African American made its way to California.
      • The population continued to grow until it reached 6.9 million.
      • Mexican Americans got the blue-collar jobs but some were also send back.
      • People that would come to the America would become Americanized after a short time.
    • Chapter 7 Great expectations
      • Stanford University was built in 1891.
      • The Building of Stanford university inspired the building of the university of Berkley Architect John Galen Howard transformed the university of Berkley.
      • Cities started to get build in San Diego and San Fransisco.
    • Chapter 9 War and peace
      • California remained closely connected to the military.
      • The United States become a global military power.
      • California became closely connected to the military