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The Buckland Valley goldfield / by Diann Talbot ; with additional chapters on mining by Andrew Swift
Bib ID 3422101
Format BookBook
Author
Talbot, Diann
 
Description Bright, Vic. : Diann Talbot, 2004 
256 p. : ill., ports., maps ; 22 x 25 cm. 
ISBN 0975717006
Notes

"A brief history of the rush for gold, the deaths, the Chinese tragedy and the rebellion that culminated in the infamous Buckland riot"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Gold mines and mining - Victoria - Buckland Valley - History.  |  Mines and mineral resources - Victoria - History.
Other authors/contributors Swift, Andrew

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