This is also available in a money-saving bundle:
Bundled Western Expansion Clip Art
In 1848, gold was discovered in California. Thousands of Americans east of the Mississippi headed to California in hopes of striking it rich mining for gold. It was said that the gold was easy to find, but that it would not last too long. These gold hunters were called prospectors or "49ers". Among their destinations was San Francisco.The route to the West was difficult. Most went in covered wagons and took the basic tools of the trade - shovels, picks, and pans. The work was harder than expected, and few of the prospectors found that riches they had hoped to find.
Featured images (12 color and 12 BW) include: Prospector panning for gold, Covered Wagon, Map, Campfire, Tent, Tools - pick, shovel, and pan, (and another set with all pictured) Scale with gold and gold dust, and San Francisco in 1850
The set will download as a zip file which is easy peasy to open! You'll then see your individual images and will be good to go!
Other clip art sets you may be interested in:
★Lewis and Clark Clip Art
★Oregon Trail Clip Art
★Gold Rush Clip Art
★Texas Independence/Battle of the Alamo Clip Art
★Transcontinental Railroad Clip Art
★Trail of Tears Clip Art
★The Louisiana Purchase Clip Art
★Bundled Western Expansion Clip Art
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