He was the first to find gold
The news of gold saturated the country, people from near and far traveled in search of tapping into the riches of gold! People left high paying jobs to mine for gold, it eventually became known as….
The easiest way to discover gold in the sand
Name for the people who panned for gold
Long wooden frames used for searching through large amounts of gravel and soil
What percent of the miners were men
These were used for shelter by the minors
A disease that spread from the dirty water and living conditions.
This man’s entrepreneurial path started by selling canvas tents to the prospectors. This then led to a hired seamstress to help miners sew knees of pants that had worn out from a hard days work. The canvas was switched to denim.
How much gold was harvested by 1960 in California
State where THIS gold rush took place
What year did the California gold rush take place?
Conflict arose with the _____ when the settlers approached California
People who went to California looking for Gold in 1849
These grew near all the major mining sites. Eventually a bunch of restaurants, hotels, and other places were built in order to accommodate the miners.
Where gold was first discovered in 1848; marked the beginning of the Gold Rush
Steamships and railroads were used as _______ during the gold rush
What two things were miners forced to create when they arrived in California
What could a miner do if he felt mistreated by a group of miners?
A large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field
A soft yellow malleable ductile metallic element that California miners were in search for
Who was the president of America during the California gold rush?
The act of searching for precious minerals in the earth
A seam-like deposit containing metallic ore
A lump or mass of gold
A descriptive phrase used by a miner who strikes gold
The first migrants to arrive were those from lands accessible by _____.
The Gold Rush undoubtedly sped up California’s admission to the Union as the ___state.
By the end of the decade, California’s population was_______.
California officially became a US state because of what compromise?
A mixture of 2 or more metals
The corrosion of iron
Metals are good conductors of _________
Metals are also good conductors of _________________
A alloy of copper and tin
Property of metal (shiny)
Word to describe metals that can be stretched into wires
Word to describe metals that can be beaten into shape
The most reactive metal
The least reactive metal
________ is necessary for rusting to occur.
________ is also necessary for rusting to occur
_____ prevents air (oxygen) getting into test tube B.
Instruments are often made of the alloy ______
Gas given off when the metals reacted with water and HCl
Coating iron with zinc to prevent rusting
portable tent like structure
polished jem stones
something willing given to God
substance of which something is made
a white, malleable, metal material
a metal alloy containing copper and zinc
combustible liquid used to light lamps
the treated hides of animals
fibrous substance that a tree is composed of
precious yellow metallic element, not subject to corrosion
one of the three colors used in the woven garments
aromatic plant products
electron dot structures
single covalent bond
double covalent bond
Contain iron and are magnetic
Ferrous metal alloy that does not rust
An alloy made of copper and tin
Term meaning easy to stretch
Metals made of two or more different elements
Good conductor used for electrical cables
Tin food cans are lined with this to stop contamination
Term meaning strong enough to withstand rough handling
Rods, sheets, tubes, bars, and angles
The ability to be hammered into shapes
Alloyed with iron to make mild steel
Recyclable non-ferrous metal
Term meaning hard but liable to break easily
Chemical reaction to the oxygen in the air
An alloy of copper and zinc
A common ore of iron
For marking right angles
For marking a centre before drilling
A permanent way to join metals or plastics
Some metals do this when they get wet
Most abundant element on earth