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Children of the Gold Rush

Claire Rudolf Murphy

Children of the Gold Rush

by Claire Rudolf Murphy

  • 186 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Hillside Press in Kenai, Alaska .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold discoveries,
  • Frontier and pioneer life,
  • Social aspects,
  • Pioneer children,
  • Social conditions,
  • Gold mines and mining,
  • Children,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: Boulder, Colo. : Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1999; and, Portland, OR : Alaska Northwest Books, 2001.

    StatementClaire Rudolf Murphy & Jane G. Haigh
    ContributionsHaigh, Jane G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF908 .M96 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25384266M
    ISBN 109780962753046
    LC Control Number2011962926

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Children of the Gold Rush offered an insightful glimpse into what life was like for children during the heady days of the Alaskan Gold Rush.

The use of photos and primary sources were outstanding and gave credibility to the author. This book is essential for understanding the reality of the Gold Rush, not just the glitziness and glamour of the era/5(9). Children and their families from all around the country gathered in one place for one powerful thing: gold.

Gold was used as jewelry, as trade, and today as an ingredient in medicine. In Children of the Gold Rush, there are many stories shared of families who trekked through the freezing air, and humid waves to get to this precious gold/5.

Fascinating sidebars address other children of the gold rush or other facets of that life, from schooling and the use of sled dogs, to panning for gold.

Although the hardships are never glossed over, the design of the book has an antique charm, with photographs, ticket stubs, old handbills, maps, and journal excerpts.

This is the sequicentennial year of the Gold Rush. The miners were known as The Forty-Niners. But the first gold nugget was actually discovered on Sutter's Mill in northern California years. Children of the Gold Rush by Claire Rudolf Murphy & Jane G Haigh. Individual stories, vintage photographs, and historic memorabilia tell what life was like for the children who came North with their parents in search of gold.

(This book profiles the Alaskan Gold Rush.) They Saw the Elephant: Women in the California Gold Rush by JoAnn Levy. Children of the Gold Rush by Murray Lundberg. With the huge number of books that are available on the Klondike Gold Rush, it's always a pleasure to see a new viewpoint being are now several books dealing with the part played in the development of the North by women, but this is the first time that children have been the focus.

Get this from a library. Children of the Gold Rush. [Claire Rudolf Murphy; Jane G Haigh] -- Contains individual stories, vintage photographs, and historic memorabilia to tell what life was like for these indomitable kids a century ago.

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Children of the Gold Rush portrays the lives of the indomitable kids who first came to Alaska and the Yukon Territory. In a land where freezing, dark winters and mosquito-filled summers challenged even the hardiest pioneers, the children had to be as tough as the adults and quick to adapt to new conditions -- learning to eat caribou and moose.

With thousands of children’s books, audiobooks, and videos, there is no limit to what children can learn and explore. Gold Rush Children's Book Collection | Discover Epic Children's Books, Audiobooks, Videos &. Their fictional parents are traveling west to join the gold rush frenzy.

The reader is a child with a younger brother named Benji, a dog named Tippet, a horse and a few other animals. The reader helps make decisions to navigate the challenges of the Oregon Trail. Fascinating sidebars address other children of the gold rush or other facets of that life, from schooling and the use of sled dogs, to panning for gold.

Although the hardships are never glossed over, the design of the book has an antique charm, with photographs, ticket stubs, old. In yet another previously untold chapter of the gold rush era, Murphy and Haigh have gathered individual stories, vintage photographs, and historic memorabilia to tell what life was like for children in the harsh and sparse gold-mining camps a century ago.

Illustrations. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. The influx of gold seekers had serious consequences for the many Native American peoples of California. The people whose ancestors had lived on the land for thousands of years shared little of the.

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The discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill early in brought more t prospectors to California within two years.Since this is a non-fiction text, Children of the Gold Rush is full of primary documents actually from the time period including pictures, maps, diagrams, and more.

The teacher’s guides I have requested have the black line masters for outside text articles, all of the vocabulary for the unit, and the turn and talk stems for the students.

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