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  • September 9, 1850 - California is the 31st state admitted to the Union. Congress hesitated to admit a new free state, but considering California's booming population and the discovery of gold, granted admission.
    Area - 158,869 sq. miles      Capital - Sacramento
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    Motto - Eureka  (Greek - I have found it.)    Nickname - Golden State

- In 1848 the Treaty of Guadalupe makes California a U.S. holding, ending the Mexican War.
- California was admitted into the Union in 1850 as the 31st state.

- California passes an 1858 law that bars immigration of Chinese and "Mongolians."
- In 1862 California imposes a "police tax" ($2.50 a month) on every Chinese.
- A 1870 law prohibits importation of Chinese, Japanese, & "Mongolian" women for prostitution.
- In 1882 the Chinese Exclusion Law bars Chinese immigration of laborers for ten years and is renued two more times in 1892 and 1902.  In 1892 the U.S. Court upholds the constitutionality of the ban. In 1904 the exclusion is made indefinite and applicable to U.S. insular possessions. All exclusion laws are repealed in 1943.
California is the 31st state admitted to the Union in 1850.
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- In 1875 the U.S. Congress bars entry of Chinese, Japanese, and "Mongolian" prostitutes, felons, and contract laborers.
- Senator A.A. Sargeant, in 1878, introduces the first federal amendment to grant women the right to vote.
- California revises adopting a new constitution (1879)  that bans cities and corporations from employing Chinese. 
- The State Legislature passes an 1879 law requiring all municipalities to remove Chinese outside their city limits. The U.S. circuit court strikes down the law as unconstitutional.
- Chinese laundrymen win case in Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 1886. It declares a law with unequal impact on different groups is discriminatory.
- The California suffrage amendment is defeated statewide in 1896. It passed in Los Angeles.
- 1898 Wong Kim Ark v. U.S., 1898, rules that Chinese born in the U.S. can not be stripped of citizenship.
- Women's Socialist Union of California forms in 1902
- Angel Island opened in 1910.  Angel Island, for 30 years, served as a point of entry to the United States for many immigrants.
- In 1911 California passes amendment to give women the right to vote.
- Richard M Nixon is born in
Yorba Linda in 1913.  He became the 37th president of the United States (1968-1974) and the first President to resign from office.
- The ACLU is founded in 1920, (American Civil Liberties Union)
- The Supreme Court reaffirms Asian immigrants were not eligible for naturalization, in Ozawa v. U.S., 1924.
- The 1924 Immigration Act denies immigration to all Asians.
- California, in 1956, repeals alien land laws.
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- In 1964, Jul 15, The Republican National Convention was held in San Francisco.
- Free Speech movement at Berkeley begins in 1964.
- The Black Panther Party is founded in Oakland in 1965.
- A 1965 Immigration Law abolishes "national origins" as basis to  allocate immigration quotas.
-  In 1966 Ronald Reagan defeats Pat Brown becoming governor. Reagan had defeated George Christopher, former San Francisco Mayor, in the primary.
- California enacts the nation’s first “no fault” divorce law in 1969, allowing divorce by mutual consent.
California Gov. Reagan won a 2nd term in 1970, defeating Jesse Unruh.
- Thomas Bradley is first Black elected mayor of Los Angeles in 1973.
- State ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment fails in 1982.
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- The first Mexican-American woman, Lucille Roybal-Allard, democrat, becomes a member of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1992.
- In 1992 Riots break out In Los Angeles after the verdict in the Rodney King case.
- Madeleine Albright becomes the first woman Secretary of State in 1997.

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