California’s Capital & Beyond


The state capital of Sacramento was the center of California action during the Gold Rush of 1848, which sparked one of the largest recorded human migrations in the history of the world. People came by the tens of thousands to find their fortunes along the American River and its tributaries. Today, Gold Rush-era storefronts and modern office buildings reference both Wild West heritage and contemporary city life, while art, wine and river activities keep culture pulsing.

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