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James W. Marshall found gold in California.
Many people decided to move to the U.S. and mostly came to California. The Gold Rush was the largest mass migration in U.S. history.
Miners found more than 750,000 pounds of gold over the course of the Gold Rush.
At the start of the Gold Rush, there were no banks, so the Gold Rush changed California's economic ways immensely.
The Gold Rush led to California's growth and establishment as a state.
The cost to live in California became more expensive, but people kept moving there, and building more things so they were driving out Native Americans.
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