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The story of Western Australia's goldfields, gold rushes and people that lived through it all , Due to the huge quantites of wood and other flammable materials used in both mining and everyday life, fire was a , Salt Lakes and Ancient River
19 Mar 2013 , Food on the Goldfields What types of foods were eaten during the gold rush? , This really helped my extend my brief knowledge of the amazing Australian Gold Rush , What living utensils did the Chinese miners use?
11 Feb 2015 , Look at Australia's World War I 'diggers' (named after their goldfield predecessors) at , Arrival of the first gold escort, William Street, Melbourne, 1852 , Clashes between the miners and the authorities became more frequent.
During the Australian gold rushes, significant numbers of workers relocated to areas in which , The first gold rush in Australia began in May 1851 after prospector Edward Hargraves claimed , Hargraves had been to the Californian goldfields and had learned new gold prospecting techniques such as panning and cradling
The legacy of the gold rush that shaped Victoria lives on in the boomtown architecture , In the 1850s the heaviest traffic in Australia was on the road from Melbourne to , of the Chinese miners who came to Victoria during the goldrush years
History & Ideas , In this scene Chinese miners are using a sluice box and puddling mill to search for , There were over 11,000 Chinese on the New South Wales goldfields of Armidale, Bathurst, Binalong, Braidwood, Burrangong, Lambing.