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Riches for All: The California Gold Rush and the World - Owens, Kenneth N. (ed.)
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR], With lively and incisive strokes, the contributors to this collection paint the most complete and nuanced portrait of the California Gold Rush to dateThe California Gold Rush was much more than a western or white event-it involved and affected diverse peoples, places, and histories far outside of its region and time. In this volume, leading scholars cast new light on the Gold Rush by examining its trajectory and legacy within a global context of race, economics, and culture.A dynamic range of peoples were drawn to and impacted by the California Gold Rush-including Mormons, California Indians, African Americans, Chinese, Mexicans and Latin Americans. Special attention is given here to their varying motivations and experiences and frequently shared struggle against racism in California. The roles and influence of other important components of Gold Rush society-women, workers, law-breakers, and law-enforcers-are also examined. A number of contributors cast their eyes beyond the event to consider its long-term consequences for California history and for subsequent gold rushes in the northwest and Klondike.With lively and incisive strokes, the contributors to this collection paint the most complete and nuanced portrait of the California Gold Rush to date.Kenneth N. Owens is a professor emeritus of history at California State University. He is the editor of The Wreck of the Sv. Nikolai and John Sutter and a Wider West, both published by the University of Nebraska Press.Content:Preface Introduction Kenneth N. Owens1. Gold-Rich Saints: Mormon Beginnings of the California Gold Rush Kenneth N. Owens2. "We Will Make Our Fortunes--No Doubt of It": The Worldwide Rush to California Malcolm J. Rohrbough3. "The Greatest and Most Perverted Paradise": Forty-Niners in Latin America Brian Roberts4. Clouded Legacy: California Indians and the Gold Rush Albert L. Hurtado5. "My Brother's Keeper": Mexicans and the Hunt for Prosperity in California, 1848-2 Michael J. Gonzalez6. Never Far from Home: Being Chinese in the California Gold Rush Sylvia Sun Minnick7. "Do You Think I'll Lug Trunks?" African Americans in Gold Rush California Shirley Ann Wilson Moore8. Disorder, Crime, and Punishment in the California Gold Rush Martin Ridge9. Where Have All the Young Men Gone? The Social Legacy of the California Gold Rush Elizabeth Jameson10. The Last Fandango: Women, Work, and the End of the California Gold Rush Susan L. Johnson11. After California: Later Gold Rushes of the Pacific Basin Jeremy Mouat12. From Gold Pans to California Dredges: The Search for Mass Production in Placer Mining Clark C. Spence13. The Last Great Gold Rush: From California to the Klondike in the Nineteenth Century Charlene Porsild14. Begun by Gold: Sacramento and the Gold Rush Legacy after 150 Years Kenneth N. OwensList of Contributors Index416 pages, 11 figures, 5 maps - 228mm x 154mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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An event of international significance, the California gold rush created a more diverse, metropolitan society than the world had ever known. In Riches for All, leading scholars reexamine the gold rush, evaluating its trajectory and legacy within a global context of religion and race, economics, technology, law, and culture. The opportunity for instant wealth directly influenced a dynamic range of peoples, including Mormon military veterans, California Indian workers, both slave and free An event of international significance, the California gold rush created a more diverse, metropolitan society than the world had ever known. In Riches for All, leading scholars reexamine the gold rush, evaluating its trajectory and legacy within a global context of religion and race, economics, technology, law, and culture. The opportunity for instant wealth directly influenced a dynamic range of peoples, including Mormon military veterans, California Indian workers, both slave and free African Americans, Chinese village farmers, skilled Mexican miners, and Chilean merchants. Riches for All gives attention to the varying motivations and experiences of these groups and to their struggles with both racial and religious bigotry. Emphasizing gold rush social history, some contributors examine the roles and influence of women, workers, law-breakers, and law-enforcers. Others consider the long-term impact of this episode on California and the American West and on subsequent gold rushes in Pacific Rim countries and the Klondike. With lively and incisive strokes, these historians sketch the most broadly contextualized and nuanced portrait of the California gold rush to date. Kenneth N. Owens is a professor emeritus of history and ethnic studies at California State University, Sacramento. He is the editor of The Wreck of the Sv. Nikolai and John Sutter and a Wider West, both available in Bison Books editions. Books, History~~United States~~19th Century, Riches-for-All~~Kenneth-N-Owens, 999999999, Riches for All: The California Gold Rush and the World, Kenneth N. Owens (Editor), 0803286171, University of Nebraska Press, , , , , University of Nebraska Press

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Riches for All: The California Gold Rush and the World

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0803286171

Leading scholars reexamine the California gold rush, evaluating its legacy with regards to religion and race, economics, technology, law, and culture. The opportunity for instant wealth directly influenced a dynamic range of peoples, including Mormon military veterans, California Indian workers, both slave and free African Americans, Chinese village farmers, skilled Mexican miners, and Chilean merchants. Emphasizing gold rush social history, some contributors examine the roles and influence of women, workers, law-breakers, and law-enforcers. Others consider the long-term impact of this episode on California and the American West and on subsequent gold rushes in Pacific Rim countries and the Klondike.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
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