John Sutter

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  • Hardcover
  • 412 pages
  • John Sutter
  • Albert L. Hurtado
  • English
  • 06 December 2018
  • 080613772X

About the Author: Albert L. Hurtado

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John Sutter In the history of the American frontier, John Sutter 1803 1880 looms large A Swiss expatriate who attempted to create a personal empire in California s Sacramento Valley, he founded New Helvetia, a cosmopolitan settlement whose economy depended on Indian slaves and free laborers New Helvetia drew overland immigrants to California in the 1840s and then after gold was discovered by Sutter s employees a flood of fortune seekers Sutter was poised to become one of the richest men in the West, but rapacious settlers and his own poor business sense sent his dreams crashing.Albert L Hurtado has written the definitive biography of Sutter, mining a wealth of sources to create the first fully documented account of the man and his times John Sutter explores Sutter s life in the broader context of America s rush for westward expansion while plumbing the inner dynamics of this erstwhile empire builder.Sutter was a quintessential outsider driven by anxiety over status a man of talent, vision, and heroic ambitions who nevertheless became the victim of his own inadequacies as a businessman and his inability to adjust to a rapidly changing frontier Sutter was full of contradictions While building a reputation as a humanitarian friend of destitute immigrants, he callously exploited Indians Nevertheless, this penniless dreamer became one of the most important men in California and a major player in the American conquest of the West. Download John Sutter Author Albert L. Hurtado –

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10 thoughts on “John Sutter

  1. Denise says:

    what an amazing biography of a man of immensely conflicting virtues I was thoroughly engrossed throughout the book and highly, highly recommend it to anyone studying the history of the American West.