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Located at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in Northern California 's Sacramento Valley , Sacramento's estimated population of , makes it the sixth-largest city in California and the 9th largest capital in the United States.

Sacramento is also the cultural and economic core of the Sacramento metropolitan area , which had population of 2,,, [10] making it the fifth largest in California. Sacramento is the fastest-growing major city in California, [14] owing to its status as notable financial center on the West Coast and as a major educational hub, home of Sacramento State University and University of California, Davis. Sacramento is known for its evolving contemporary culture, dubbed the most " hipster city" in California.

Before the arrival of the Spanish , the area was inhabited by the Nisenan people indigenous peoples of California. Following the American Conquest of California and the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo , the waterfront developed by Sutter began to be developed and incorporated in as the City of Sacramento. As a result of the California Gold Rush , Sacramento became a major commercial center and distribution point for Northern California, serving as the terminus for the Pony Express and the First Transcontinental Railroad.

Unlike the settlers who would eventually make Sacramento their home, these Native Americans left little evidence of their existence. Traditionally, their diet was dominated by acorns taken from the plentiful oak trees in the region, and by fruits, bulbs, seeds, and roots gathered throughout the year.

A Spanish writer with the Moraga expedition wrote: Birds chattered in the trees and big fish darted through the pellucid depths. The air was like champagne, and the Spaniards drank deep of it, drank in the beauty around them. It's like the Blessed Sacrament. The next year, he and his party established Sutter's Fort, a massive adobe structure with walls eighteen feet high and three feet thick.

Representing Mexico, Sutter Sr. Soon, the colony began to grow as more and more pioneers headed west. Within just a few short years, Sutter Sr. Fort Sutter became a regular stop for the increasing number of immigrants coming through the valley.

In Sutter Sr. Later that same year, Sutter Sr. In , when gold was discovered by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma located some 50 miles In August Sutter Sr. Now compounding the problem of his father's indebtedness, was the additional strain placed on the Sutters by the ongoing arrival of thousands of new gold miners and prospectors in the area, many quite content to squat on unwatched portions of the vast Sutter lands, or to abscond with various unattended Sutter properties or belongings if they could.

In Sutter's case, rather than being a 'boon' for Sutter, his employee's discovery of gold in the area turned out to be more of a personal 'bane' for him. By December , John Sutter Jr. This venture was undertaken against the wishes of Sutter Sr. For commercial reasons the new city was named "Sacramento City," after the Sacramento River.

Warner to draft the official layout of the city, which included 26 lettered and 31 numbered streets today's grid from C St. Unfortunately, a certain bitterness grew between the elder Sutter and his son as Sacramento became an overnight commercial success Sutter's Fort, Mill and the town of Sutterville , all founded by John Sutter , Sr.

The citizens of Sacramento adopted a city charter in , which was recognized by the state legislature in Sacramento is the oldest incorporated city in California, incorporated on February 27, Despite this, because of its position just downstream from the Mother Lode in the Sierra Nevada , the new city grew, quickly reaching a population of 10, The capital of California under Spanish and, subsequently, Mexican rule had been Monterey , where in the first Constitutional Convention and state elections were held.

The convention decided that San Jose would be the new state's capital. After , when California's statehood was ratified, the legislature met in San Jose until , Vallejo in , and Benicia in , before moving to Sacramento. In the Sacramento Constitutional Convention of , Sacramento was named to be the permanent state capital.

In , the legislative session was moved to the Merchants Exchange Building in San Francisco for one session because of massive flooding in Sacramento. The legislative chambers were first occupied in while construction continued. From to , part of the Leland Stanford Mansion was used for the governor's offices during Stanford's tenure as the Governor; and the legislature met in the Sacramento County Courthouse.

With its new status and strategic location, Sacramento quickly prospered and became the western end of the Pony Express. Huntington , and Leland Stanford. Both the American and especially Sacramento rivers would be key elements in the economic success of the city. In fact, Sacramento effectively controlled commerce on these rivers, and public works projects were funded though taxes levied on goods unloaded from boats and loaded onto rail cars in the historic Sacramento Rail Yards.

In and again in , Sacramento citizens were faced with a completely flooded town. In , Governor Leland Stanford, who was inaugurated in early January , had to attend his inauguration in a rowboat, which was not too far from his house in town on N street.

The flood waters were so bad, the legend says, that when he returned to his house, he had to enter into it through the second floor window. From until the mids Sacramento raised the level of its downtown by building reinforced brick walls on its downtown streets, and filling the resulting street walls with dirt.

Thus the previous first floors of buildings became the basements , with open space between the street and the building, previously the sidewalk, now at the basement level. Over the years, many of these underground spaces have been filled or destroyed by subsequent development.

However, it is still possible to view portions of the " Sacramento Underground ". The city's current charter was adopted by voters in The city has expanded continuously over the years. The merger of the City of North Sacramento with Sacramento substantially increased its population, and large annexations of the Natomas area eventually led to significant population growth throughout the s, s, and s. Sacramento voters approved the creation of SMUD in The camp was one of fifteen temporary detention facilities where over , Japanese Americans , two-thirds of them U.

The assembly center was built on the site of a former migrant labor camp, and inmates began arriving from Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties on May 6, It closed after only 52 days, on June 26, and the population of 4, was transferred to the Tule Lake concentration camp.

After the war and the end of the incarceration program, returning Japanese Americans were often unable to find housing and so families temporarily lived at the former assembly center.

Camp Kohler was destroyed by a fire in December , and the assembly center site is now part of the Foothill Farms-North Highlands subdivision. On June 29, , with 5, spectators waiting to welcome her, the Motor Vessel Taipei Victory arrived. In , Ronald Reagan became the last Governor of California to live permanently in the city. The s and s saw the closure of several local military bases: In , there was another flood.

In spite of military base closures and the decline of agricultural food processing, Sacramento has continued to experience population growth in recent years. Primary sources of population growth are an influx of residents from the nearby San Francisco Bay Area , as well as immigration from Asia and Latin America.

According to the United States Census Bureau , the city covers an area of Much of the land to the west of the city in Yolo County is permanently reserved for a vast flood control basin the Yolo Bypass , due to the city's historical vulnerability to floods. It is the shipping and rail center for the Sacramento Valley. Food processing is among the major industries in the area.

The wet season is generally October through April, though there may be a day or two of light rainfall in June or September.

The normal annual mean temperature is The foggiest months are December and January. Chilling tule fog events have been known to last for several consecutive days or weeks. During Tule fog events, temperatures do not exceed 50 degrees. In the downtown area, there have been only 3 significant snow accumulations since , the last one being in Snowfall that does fall in the city often melts upon ground contact, with traceable amounts occurring in some years.

The average annual precipitation is On average, precipitation falls on 60 days each year in Sacramento, and nearly all of this falls during the winter months. Average January rainfall is 3. In February , Sacramento had 16 consecutive days of rain, resulting in an accumulation of 6. On rare occasions, monsoonal moisture surges from the Desert Southwest can bring upper-level moisture to the Sacramento region, leading to increased summer cloudiness, humidity, and even light showers and thunderstorms.

Monsoon clouds do occur, usually during late July through early September. Sacramento is the second most flood susceptible city in the United States after New Orleans. Sacramento has been noted as being the sunniest location on the planet for three months of the year, from July through September.

Census Bureau also groups Sacramento with other U. The United States Census [49] reported that Sacramento had a population of , The population density was 4, The racial makeup of Sacramento was: Hispanic or Latino of any race were , persons The Census reported that , people Also, with the recent housing crash there have been no changes to these numbers.

There were , households, out of which 57, There were 13, 7. The average household size was 2. There were , families The age distribution of the city was follows: The median age was For every females, there were

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