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Words and Their Stories: Pan 1

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On January twenty-fourth, eighteen forty-eight,
a man named James Wilson Marshall discovered gold in the territory of California.
The news spread quickly.
Thousands rushed west.
They traveled on foot, by horseback and by boat to reach the gold fields.
By eighteen forty-nine, the great gold rush was on.
Towns and cities grew overnight.
Throughout the territory ? in the mountains, along the streams and rivers
? thousands of people searched for gold.
They had food to eat and blankets to cover them.
They also had mules to ride, and picks and pans to search for gold.
Some found areas of mountain rock thick with gold.
These men got rich.
But such areas were few and quickly claimed by the first men to find them.
Others searched for gold in the rivers coming down the mountains.
They were after pieces of gold that the rains had washed down from above.
The only way to find this gold was by panning.
First a gold miner put dirt in a metal pan and added water.
Then he shook the pan so that the water would wash the dirt.
Slowly, he poured the water out of the pan.
If he was a lucky miner, pieces of gold would remain.



[参考译文]
1848年1月24日,
一个名叫詹姆斯·威尔逊·马歇尔的人在加利福尼亚境内发现了黄金.
这个消息很快传开了,
成千上万的人徒步,
骑马或乘船奔向加州西部的黄金地带。
到1849年,淘金热开始了。
加利福尼亚大大小小的城镇一夜之间人海茫茫。
成千上万的人在山上,
沿河流溪流寻找金子。
他们饿了就吃随身携带的食物,冷了就用随身携带的毛毯盖上。
他们骑着骡子带着锅、桶寻找金子。
一些人在岩石山发现了很多金子,
后来这些人变得很富有。
但这样的地方很少,而且很快就被第一批爬上山的人发现了。
其他人到山脚下的河流里
寻找从山上被雨冲下来的黄金。
寻找这种金子的唯一办法是用淘金盆淘金。
首先,一个矿工把带泥土的金子放在金属锅里然后加入水,
然后晃动着锅,将泥土洗掉。
再慢慢地把水从锅里倒出来。
如果幸运,金子就留下来了。

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