What made it easier for ships to sail to California from the east coast?
The opening of the Panama Canal.
There was automatic ships back then.
Depends on what you mean by 'easier'. But probably because it was closer to their destinations of England and Europe.
east coast and west coast in California east coast and west coast in California
The East coast. The coast that doesn't have California on it.
Florida is in the South East coast. California is in the West coast.
No, it is on the West Coast of United States of America.
Well this question makes no sence because California is on the west coast... But if you want to get technical then I guess Florida is the closest east coast state to California if you measure state border to state border.
The Atlantic Ocean is east of California. (The Pacific Ocean is California's WEST coast.)
I am fairly certain that the East Coast has never been on a cruise. The big lines that cruise from the East Coast are: Royal Caribbean (my favorite), Norwegian, Carnival, Princess, Disney, Holland and Radission.
California is on the west coast of the US, on the Pacific Ocean, between Oregon and Mexico.
No, California, Oregon, and Washington are located on the west coast. Arizona is located east of California
New York's 7 AM time would mean that it is 4 AM in California since there are a 3 hours difference between the East Coast where New York is and the West Coast where California is and the East Coast is farther ahead in time compared to the West Coast.
What was the name and date of the fist major newspaper from east coast to report about the gold in California?
What was the name and date of the first major newspaper from the East Coast to report about the gold in California?
They live in the coast but a little bit off to the east.
Florida on the East coast and California on the west coast
The Caribbean or the east coast of America.
The east coast of California.
Their from east-coast California.
The East US coast.
Spanned from the East coast to the West coast making travel faster and goods distribution easier.
Nowhere in California is "east coast" except, perhaps, relatively speaking (the bay side of San Francisco or Coronado, for instance). Downey arguably isn't "coast" at all; it's six to ten miles inland.
Not sure it would as the need is fulfilled via rail.
East coast usa
No. He was only on the East Coast of the Americas.
The Mexican State of Baja California is bordered on the north by the US States of California and Arizona, on the south by the Mexican State of Baja California Sur, and on the east by the Mexican State of Sonora. Its east coast is on the Gulf of Cortez and its west coast is on the Pacific Ocean.
Since the Panama Canal opened about 100 years ago in 1914, well over 800,000 ships have passed through it. Most of the ships are traveling from the east coast of the United States to the Far East.
New York is on the east coast of the United States. California is on the west coast. Travelling from New York to California you would travel west.
I think you mean west coast... On the west coast starting from north there is Washington(state not D.C.),Oregon,California. There are 14 states that are on the east coast(border the Atlantic)
Actually, most of the migration was west, to California, rather than to the east coast. In the 1930's, California was still to some extent an uncrowded frontier, with more room for new immigrants than the older states of the east coast.
Disney World is east coast in Florida, Disney Land is west coast in California.
It is probably because the East Coast is not beside faults or at the edge of and tectonic plates. If you look at the West Coast, California has a fault. This causes volcanoes in Washington and Oregon.
No way! The east coast dominates the west coast, simply because California is going to break off and float away anytime now!
There have been hurricanes that have indeed hit California but they rarely hit the coast over there. Most hurricanes are located by the Gulf of Mexico and by the East Coast.
Stanford University is in California.
Washington, Oregon, California
people came for gold
It is about 12,000 kilometers from Los Angeles, California to Sydney, Australia.
on the east coast by Maine there is the Atlantic Ocean and on the west coast by California the Pacific Ocean
No, California is on the west coast of the US and borders the Pacific Ocean while Puerto Rico is off the east coast of the US in the Caribbean.
www.usmm.org/shipsunkdamaged.html Yes, more ships were sunk off of Florida than anywhere else in the world.
It would be 5pm in California. They are 3 hours behind the east coast
Going by ship was the fastest way to get to the california gold fields
During the California "Gold Rush" in 1849, there were approximately 500,000 men from the east coast searching for gold. Women from the east coast of the US numbered only in the hundreds. California was LAWLESS; with shootings, hangings, and claim jumping (stealing another prospector's mining rights/robbery). Most, if not all of the women were located in the civilized regions of large cities...San Francisco, etc. And they were small in number. After the Gold Rush in… Read More
No they're only in the east coast
Yes i think he landed on the east coast by California
covered wagons I believe
Yes the East coast is bordered by the Atlantic.
Why is the Continental Shelf very wide off the coast of the Carolinas but is very narrow off the coast of Southern California near La Jolla?
because there is less earthquake activity on the east coast. because there is less earthquake activity on the east coast.
The USA State of Georgia is on the east coast - California is on the west coast, about 2900 miles away. There is a nation of Georgia, which is located between the nations of Russia and Turkey.