Sutter’s Fort Through Time: Free Distance Learning Program via PORTS

Monday, June 7th
10AM

Preregistration Required.

This free distance learning program is offered by California State Parks through the PORTS program. 

Course Description: The diversity of California, today, is rooted in the events Sutter’s Fort is connected to in the 1840s. Join our interpreter, Jared, and see that, by looking at the significant events associated with the Fort, we can see how and why John Sutter and other European Americans came to California, why the Fort was built, what jobs made the Fort operational, why the Fort was abandoned in 1850, and the impact the Fort had on the Indigenous population of the Sacramento Valley. Let’s learn about how the diversity and complexity of Sutter’s Fort has left a lasting impact on how and why we study the past. This program is geared towards 4th and 5th grades but all participants are welcome.

Pre-registration is required 

Friends of Sutter’s Fort is proud to support distance learning programs at Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park during the pandemic.