5 edition of goldfields story, 1851-1861 found in the catalog.
goldfields story, 1851-1861
Bibliography: v. 1, p. 64.
|Other titles||Valleys of gold.|
|LC Classifications||DU170 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 >:|
|LC Control Number||77375283|
2. Geoffrey Serle. The Golden Age. A History of the Colony of Victoria Page 3. The Avoca and District Historical Society (ADHS) publishes a monthly newsletter. The annual membership fee is $14 (Aust.) See more complete information in the introduction page to the Index. 4. Law and Order: Overview - Theme - Electronic Encyclopedia of Gold in Australia - e-Gold is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database that tells the story of gold through images, stories and multimedia interactives, connecting individual stories to wider historical themes.
21 Historical Studies 18 Aboriginal Australians 18 Victoria 11 Australia 11 History 8 Place names 6 Aboriginal 5 Dictionary 5 Toponymy 5 Tourism 4 16 Studies In Human Society 4 Archaeology 4 Aboriginal history 4 Aborigines 4 Goldfields 4 Indigenous placenames 4 Minority placemames 3 Tourism 3 20 Language, Communication and Culture 3. Food and Provisions - Concept - Electronic Encyclopedia of Gold in Australia - e-Gold is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database that tells the story of gold through images, stories and multimedia interactives, connecting individual stories to wider historical themes. The Golden Age: A History of the Colony of Victoria, , MUP, Smyth, R. Brough, The Gold Fields and Mineral Districts of Victoria, John Ferres, Government Printer, Melbourne, Sutherland, George, Tales of the Goldfields, George Robertson, Melbourne, , pp 26 (Victorian Historical Pamphlets, Vol.v).
ARTICLE AVAILABLE ONLINE Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management ‘The Comfort of Strangers’: Hospitality on the Victorian Goldfields, – Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir School of Business, University of Ballarat, Australia The purpose of this article is to describe and understand the nascent state of hospitality on the Victorian goldfields in the by: 3. Enrobed and Encased: Dying for Art in A.S. Byatt's The Children's Book. Margaret D. Stetz. Reviewing Judith Flanders's The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection () for the Times Literary Supplement, Jonathan Barnes asserts that the ‘Victorians' thirst for murder – their fascination with the details, their poring over and feasting on it – mirrors our Cited by: 1. Advance articles. Book Review 5 May The Victorian Gayze from Winckelmann to Michael Field Book Review 10 April The Suburbs – A Promise Made Good Without Thimbles, at the Needlework’: Men’s Sewing and Masculinity on the Victorian Goldfields, – Lorinda Cramer. Journal of Victorian Culture, vcz, https://doi.
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