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Chapter 6, Lesson 1, After the Gold Rush (pp. 134-137)

I. A Flood of Miners

II. A Changing Government

    A. The Californios were treated badly and felt unwelcome on their own land. Many were forced from their mining claims.

    B. The Americans, or Americanos as they were called, wanted California to become a state so they could vote for delegates.

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