Sacramento, home to the California state capital and the world-famous UC Davis Medical Center, was first incorporated in 1850 following the influx of residents lured by the 1848 gold rush. Productive gold mines operate to this day in the foothills outside the city. The city was a critical transportation point, functioning as the western end of the Pony Express and the First Transcontinental Railroad.
The area maintains a strong of agricultural base, including fruits, vegetables, cattle, grain, and almonds. While this tradition of agriculture is still important to Sacramento, those industries have been surpassed in recent years more modern industries, including transportation, information technology, hospitality, higher education, health services, research, and construction. A system of canals connects Sacramento’s deep-water port to San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean. The largest private employers are Intel and Hewett Packer, who take advantage of the proximity of research centers and the well-educated labor pool. The local municipal utility company has received accolades for its continued support of clean fuel programs, including solar power. The city features the charms of a small town, while still maintaining big city attractions like the Sacramento Kings, a professional basketball team and member of the NBA.
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