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Students explain how California became an agricultural and industrial power, tracing the transformation of the California economy and its political and cultural development since the 1850s.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Cowboys Roping a Bear.   WALKER James     c. 1877 
Corral Dust. S & D Arizona.   DIXON Maynard     1915 
Gunfight.   WYETH N. C.     c. 1900-1945 
The Faithful Colt.   HARNETT William     1890 
Winter camp. Diorama.   WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION Anonymous     c. 1800-1899 
Coburn-Variel House.   AMERICAN Anonymous     1878 
Pioneer Doctors and Midwives.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1870-1899 
China Head Dolls.   AMERICAN Anonymous     1870-1880 
Wash Tub.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1850-1899 
Log Cabin Quilt.   STAPLEY Elizabeth Steele   cotton  c. 1890 
Music Box.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1850-1899 
Kerosene Lanterns.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1850-1899 
Brandy Still.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1800-1899 
California Logging Mural.   WERHLE John     1987 
Saw blades for logging.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1800-1899 
Parade.Chuck Wagon with Large Horses.   COHEN Kathleen     1998 
Parade.19th Century Surrey.   COHEN Kathleen     1998 
Parade.19th Century Buck Board.   COHEN Kathleen     1998 
Parade.Mail Coach from the 1890s.   COHEN Kathleen     1998 
Stage Coach.   COHEN Kathleen     1998 
Running out of the Storm.   BORGLUM Gutzon     1898 
Cut for Railway by Robert Stephenson.   BOURNE John Cooke     1839 
Meeting of the Transcontinental Railway with engine Jupiter.   SAVAGE J.R.     1869 
Transcontinental Railroad meets at Promontry Utah.   SAVAGE J.R.     1869 
Driving the Golden Spike. May 10 1869.   HILL Thomas     1881 

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