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This is a well preserved artifact from the dawn of the California Gold rush. There are kids activities here as well as re-enactors.
Took my grand-daughter here as she loves living history. Almost every saturday you can go here and see how the first settlers to California lived. There are re-inactors demonstrating everything from baking to basketmaking. Motion activated recordings tell you about the many…
I've always loved this place because there is so much to learn there and being that I grew up in Sacramento, I've been there many time This was my husbands first time & with him loving history, it was hard to pull him away.
Right in the middle of a now major city and the State Capitol of California sits the starting point of the "shout heard around the world". It is a rather subdued setting with white walls, wooden gates and non-paved paths that was the seat of a visionary man who had no idea and…
Sutter’s Fort was Sacramento before there was a Sacramento. From here, volunteers rescued many of the doomed Donner Party. It was Sutter who sent Marshall upthe American River to build a saw mill......and he discovered GOLD. There are docents always there to teach pioneer…