Fillable Mercury: The Toxic Legacy of the California Gold Rush - calwater ca

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Mercury: The Toxic Legacy of the California Gold Rush Over 150,000 Native Americans lived in California prior to the start of the Gold Rush in 1849. By 1870 disease, forced relocations and massacres had reduced the Native population to an estimated 31,000. Miners dug up 12 billion tons of earth, and used mercury to extract the gold ore. The amount of mercury required to violate federal health standards is...
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