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Victorian gold fields, 1852-3

Samuel Thomas Gill

Victorian gold fields, 1852-3

an original album

by Samuel Thomas Gill

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Published by Published by J. Currey, OŃeil Publishers on behalf of the Library Council of Victoria in South Yarra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Victoria
    • Subjects:
    • Gold mines and mining -- Australia -- Victoria -- Pictorial works.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 98-100.

      Statementby S.T. Gill ; edited and introduced by Michael Cannon.
      ContributionsCannon, Michael.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN428.V6 G55 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination100 p. :
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3212764M
      ISBN 100859023125
      LC Control Number83120179

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      I think this is a very important book for Australian children in particular. Again this is a story I didn't know - the story of hundreds of Chinese immigrants who were headed for the Victorian goldfields but were blown off course to the coast near Robe and were forced to walk all the way to Ballarat. Yong and his father are among this group/5. The Victorian gold rush would dwarf finds in New South Wales, accounting for more than one third of the world’s gold production in the s. - Eureka Stockade On 30 November , miners from Ballarat, disgruntled with the colonial government's management of the goldfields, swore allegiance to the Southern Cross flag at Bakery Hill and.

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Gill. National Library of Australia's copy accompanied by slip: "With the compliments of The Chief Librarian, State Library of Victoria. Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia." Subjects: Gold mines and mining in art.

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1852-3 book Brough Smyth's book The gold fields and mineral districts of Victoria (available online) includes information about the geology and mining history of all major Victorian goldfields. The Bendigo goldfield registry (available online) includes descriptions and plans of many of the local mines, reefs and : Gerry Brody.

- The following year (), The Victorian Gold Fieldsedited and introduced by historian Michael Cannon, was published by Currey O’Neil with the State Library of Victoria.

This focused on 40 watercolours by Gill, commissioned by the State Library in The Victorian Gold Fields During & 3, Comprising Forty Original Sketches By S.T.

Gill: Drawn By Desire of the Trustees of the M.P.L., Melbourne Public Library, OCLCreprinted Gill, S. and Michael Cannon (ed.) () as The Victorian Gold Fields, An Original Album, J.

Currey, OŃeil Publishers, ISBN Born: Samuel Thomas Gill, 18 MaySomerset. The Victorian Gold Fields. An original album by S.T. Gill Published by John Curry ISBN 0 5 Great plates, as drawn by S.T. Gill in Goldfields Reminiscences. Castlemaine's Golden Era.

Reprinted in S.J. Tingay. ISBN 0 0 8. A letter from the Victorian Gold Fields by John Lees, In the State Library of Victoria purchased at a Sotheby auction in London a collection of letters written mainly from the Victorian gold fields by John Lees during the 's and 's.

The Palaeozoic succession of Victoria represents a major world gold province with a total production of t of gold (i.e.

78 million oz). On a global scale, central Victoria represents one of the most gold mineralized areas outside the Witwatersrand of South Africa, and remains the prime example of a ‘slate belt’ gold province (also known as ‘turbidite-hosted’, or ‘shale-greywacke Cited by: The Victorian gold fields an original album by S.T.

Gill. Melbourne: John Currey O’Neil, First edition. Square quarto, publisher’s gilt lettered green cloth boards in illustrated dust jacket, pp, illustrated with full-page colour plates; a very good copy. The Victorian gold fields during & 3, comprising forty original sketches by S.T.

Gill: drawn by desire of the Trustees of the M.P.L. [S T Gill] -- Album bound in maroon leather with gold lettering containing a series of forty watercolours commissioned by the Melbourne Public Library (now the State Library of Victoria), depicting life on the.

The goldfields region is more strongly linked to the impact of the Victorian Gold Rush than the discovery of gold in Victoria. As a result of the gold rush, the region contains many old buildings, including celebrated examples of Victorian architecture, some of which are heritage listed, while others have fallen into disrepair and become derelict.

By Tim Boreham, Editor, The New Criterion. Behind the Victorian gold revival. For the best part of 50 years Victoria’s historically fecund gold fields have been a basket case, given lack of government support and disastrous big-ticket attempts to revive the.

Black Gold: Aboriginal People on the Goldfields of Victoria, – 2 Aboriginal people have been excised from Australian gold history. Generally, most writers restrict their 'Indigenous participation' lenses to the latter part of the twentieth century and almost exclusively to the northern or arid gold-producing regions of Australia.

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Picture, Online; 14 prints: engraving, coloured ; x cm or smaller. Gold diggers series of the Victoria gold fields, | National Library of Australia.native police corps had on the Victorian goldfields.

‘Commissioner's tent, Ballaarat’, Ham, Thomas, David Tulloch, William Strutt, Cyrus Mason and G Strafford, (), The gold diggers portfolio consisting of a series of sketches of the Victoria Gold Fields, engraving, Melbourne: T Ham. (3) The Victorian parliamentary paper, Gold Fields: Return to Address, Mr Fawkner — 10th DecLaid upon the Council Table by the Colonial Secretary, by command of his Excellency Lieutenant Governor, printed 27 Septlists Dr Green, Henry.

Esq as being appointed assistant colonial surgeon to May Day Hills on 19 Novemberon page 8.