Gold rush

Gold rush,

Definition of Gold rush:

  1. The rapid movement of people towards the newly discovered gold fields. The first major gold rush in California took place from 1848 to 1849 in the United States, Australia (1851-1853), South Africa (1884) and Canada (Klondike, 1897-1898).

  2. Increased activity in some areas by people looking for newly discovered gold in the area. During the gold rush, workers migrate to areas where gold is found and work aggressively to collect as much gold as possible. A famous gold race took place in California between 1840 and 1855, when thousands of people migrated to the area in search of gold and in hopes of becoming rich.

How to use Gold rush in a sentence?

  1. The discovery of local gold gave rise to the California Gold Rush in 1849 and the Klondike Fever in 1897.

Meaning of Gold rush & Gold rush Definition