the Melbourne gold rush took place int he early 1850's
the californian gold rush was in the 19th century in the 1840's- 1850's.
Because they rushed to California to find gold from the gold rush in 1849, there was also a gold rush in 1850. Also the man who started the Gold Rush was Sam Brannsn
93,000 in 1850
the older people who were involved in the gold rush sadly passed away and the gold they had were to be found by relitives or friends. they died!
There was no special housing for Aboriginal people at the time of the Australian gold rush. In those days the vast majority lived as they always had done.
Because people got richer from the gold rush so it would be fancier house
The year span of the California Gold Rush was 1848-1855. The United States president from 1848-1849 was James K. Polk. From 1849-1850 was Zachary Taylor. The president from 1850-1853 was Millard Fillmore. When the Gold Rush ended in 1855, Franklin Pierce was the president.
the gold rush was in california. NO! (bad answer) California became a state on DECEMBER 9, 1850
to became a state 2 years after the finding of gold on Sept. 9, 1850 is when CA was admitted to the union. [[What were the results of the gold rush#ixzz16cmNHbTO|]]
the gold rush was taken place in Balarat in the 1850's. today we can still dig for gold in Balarat sovereign hill but there is not much gold now. way less from the gold rush
in 1850- 405,356 1851-437,665
1850's to the 1900's
The Gold Rush to California lasted from 1848 to about 1855. The presidents then was James K. Polk (1845-1849), Zachary Taylor (1849-1850), Millard Fillmore (1850-1853) and Franklin Pierce (1853-1857).
The Australian gold rush occured in the 1850's and died down in about 1860, some people kept digging for longer up until the 1890's but the swarms were more in the 1850'sHOPE THAT HELPED!! =]
The California gold rush was in 1849, it effected California's population by all of the immigrant miners coming to find gold, later on admitting California as a state in 1850.
None. There was no goldrush in Australia in 1850. The discovery of payable gold was only announced in May 1851.
No. Monterrey was when the gold rush happened in 1850 and then Sacramento.
I have been to Ballarat and the teacher (Sir) said that before the gold rush there where about 50 people in Ballarat. However after the gold rush there were more than 20,000 people.
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The gold rush began at Sutter's Mill in Colima, CA. John Marshall discovered gold in the traces of the mill in 1848. Once the gold was discovered the rush was on. A newspaper headline stated "Eureka, Gold Found". The average pay was about 10.00 a month, but a man could make 50.00 a day if he found gold. Within months over 10,000 a day were coming into the area any way they could. Sutter lost in the gold rush. He lost his fortune , mill, and ended up a broke unhappy man. By 1850 CA became a state on Sept. 9, 1850.
on average for a bucket 16 dollars