The effect on Aboriginal people on gold By Jannifer. Roberts
Aboriginal people there say on gold Its a mystery that Indigenous Australians were simply bewildered spectators of the gold rush. Many worked on the sheep stations, provided their expertise of the land to gold hungry diggers, engaged in trade with the miners or were members of the Native Police Corps
Mining Aboriginal lands The gold rush was a second wave of dispossession for Australian Aborigines, many of whom had already been forced from their land by pastoralists. The massive influx of diggers onto their land and the ensuing environmental destruction had a lasting impact.
Death on the goldfields To make matters worse, the gold rushes had a devastating effect on Aboriginal people for a number of years. Diseases such as smallpox and measles were rife because of the poor conditions in which people lived on the goldfields.
Aboriginal kids on the gold field. Aboriginal children along the route would sing out to passing horsemen, 'Are you off to the diggings? One early traveller wrote, We frequently got a native to go a distance with us as a guide, for which we gave him a stick of tobacco and plenty tucker, viz., damper and mutton, or a bellyful to eat
Bendigo Miners It all started at Bendigo in 1854, where fame of its riches spread all over the world, attracting miners and would be miners from afar as California, China and Europe. Today Bendigo still displays is 1850s wealth with its Victorian Era architecture. Only a hundred years later, in the 1950s, did the last gold mine close, yet new technology offers hope to mining companies for the region.
??????????QUESTIONS???????? 1.Are there different types of Gold? 2.how is gold formed? 3. Where was gold first discovered? 4.Whice tools did they use to find gold? 5.Was there ladies working in the gold fever How and why was gold formed and who first discovered gold in Australia and did ladies work on the gold filed and if do what tools did they use but did ladies find different types of gold.
Are there different types of gold? Yes there are different types of gold 1.Rose gold-Rose gold is a gold and copper alloy widely used for specialized jewellery. It is also known as pink gold and red gold. As it was popular in Russia at the beginning of the nineteenth century, it is also known as Russian gold only. 2. gold-He weighed 18 stone and was a sailor, publican, shopkeeper and adventurer. Edward Hargraves was also the man who would set off the first Australian gold rush. As self-appointed leader of a small group which travelled to California in 1850. Gold in Australia before 1851 was a dangerous commodity. The Californian gold rush drew people from across the globe to the 'wild west' coast of America 3.white gold-There are however gold alloys which appear white, silvery, or grey. When jewellers speak of white gold, they mean white gold alloys. In most other major languages these alloys are described as grey rather than white. We will stick to "white".