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Gold Fever! The Lure and Legacy of the California Gold Rush

Art of the Gold Rush: Painters and Prospectors

Silver & Gold: Cased Images of the Gold Rush

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Don't Miss the Gold Rush! Exhibitions

The exhibitions are closing at the Oakland Museum and going on the road. Check the following schedule to see if they are coming to a venue near you.

GOLD FEVER! The Lure and Legacy of the California Gold Rush

Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles Sept. 19, 1998–Jan. 24, 1999
Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento July 7–Oct. 31, 1999

Two smaller versions of the GOLD FEVER! exhibition will travel to the following California venues:

Carnegie Museum, Eureka May 8–July 12, 1998
Lompoc Museum, Lompoc May 24–July 5, 1998
Napa Valley Museum, Yountville Aug. 28–Oct. 25, 1998
Redding Museum of Art & History, Redding Sept. 6–Nov. 15, 1998
Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa Nov. 6, 1998–Jan. 8, 1999
Tulare Historical Museum, Tulare Nov. 20, 1998–Jan. 17, 1999
Fresno City Hall, Fresno Jan. 19–Mar. 28, 1999
Chico Museum, Chico Jan. 24–Apr. 11, 1999
San Diego Historical Society April 1999
San Joaquin County Historical Society, Lodi June 1999
Community Memorial Museum, Yuba City July 1999
Corona Public Library September 1999
Monterey Museum of Art September 1999
Merced County Courthouse Museum January 2000
Museum of History and Art, Ontario February 2000
Old Courthouse Museum, Santa Ana September 2000
Santa Paula Oil Museum October 2000

Silver and Gold: Cased Images of the California Gold Rush

National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. Oct. 30, 1998–Mar. 7, 1999
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento Aug. 13–Oct. 10, 1999

Art of the Gold Rush

Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento Jun. 20–Sept. 13, 1998
National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. Oct. 30, 1998–Mar 7, 1999
Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, Santa Ana Apr. 17–June 6, 1999

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