River Guardians - Gum Trees - Northern Territory, Australia. v@e.

River Guardians - Gum Trees - Northern Territory, Australia Reminding me of Reg's back yard on the Millstream

Australians standing outside of their home (1870-75) State Library of New South Wales.  v@e.

Australians standing outside of their homes State Library of New South Wales- brave people keeping up appearances

Chinese miner in Ballarat.1854, not long after the news of the Gold discoveries in Victoria, reached the British Colony of Hong Kong large numbers of Chinese diggers began to arrive to seek their fortune on the Australian Gold Fields. v@e.

PHOTO: IMMIGRANTS ON THE GOLDFIELDS: Chinese miner Ballarat. In not long after the news of the Gold discoveries in Victoria reached the British Colony of Hong Kong large numbers of Chinese diggers began to arrive to seek their fortune on the Gold Fields.

Chinese miner Ballarat. In 1854, not long after the news of the Gold discoveries in Victoria reached the British Colony of Hong Kong large numbers of Chinese diggers began to arrive to seek their fortune on the Gold Fields.  v@e.

PHOTO: IMMIGRANTS ON THE GOLDFIELDS: Chinese miner Ballarat. In not long after the news of the Gold discoveries in Victoria reached the British Colony of Hong Kong large numbers of Chinese diggers began to arrive to seek their fortune on the Gold Fields.

Sluicing for gold on Mulgrave River, Queensland, ca. 1888.  v@e.

Colonisation of australia essay paper Why Did the British Establish a Colony in Australia? a quality essay or term paper, to the colonisation of Australia as the setting up colonies.

Bendigo Gold Fields in Victoria, Australia. (Photo undated). v@e.

The Cornish were (another) significant ethnic group in Greater Bendigo. They brought with them expert mining knowledge and practices and a deep commitment to Methodism. Cornish migration in the nin…

"Victoria" pie and coffee rooms. Prop:J Green, Hill End, New South Wales. 1872.  v@e.

Green’s Pie and Coffee Rooms, Hill End, NSW, Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss

View of Gulgong from Church Hill in New South Wales. 1872. v@e.

View of Gulgong Gold Fields from Church Hill, - Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss

James Leggatt’s butcher shop, Gulgong, NSW, 1872. -- Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss

Gallery: The Gold Rush period in Australia. James Leggatt’s butcher shop, Gulgong, NSW,

"Smithfield Butchery". Proprietor, James Leggatt. Gulgong, New South Wales. 1872. -- Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss. v@e.

Gallery: The Gold Rush period in Australia. James Leggatt’s butcher shop, Gulgong, NSW,

J. Heins’s cottage, Gulgong, New South Wales, 1872.  Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss -  a part of Australia's history from the late 1800's depict the heady excitement of Australia's Gold Rush period. v@e.

Heins’s cottage, Gulgong, NSW, - Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss - a part of Australia's history from the late depict the heady excitement of Australia's Gold Rush period.

American Tobacco Warehouse & Fancy Goods Emporium, Gulgong, New South Wales. ca. 1872.  v@e.

American Tobacco Warehouse & Fancy Goods Emporium, Gulgong, New South Wales.

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