The Australian Goldrush by Maddy Berryman on Prezi

Englishman Thomas and his wife Mary, who travelled on to New Zealand after trying their luck during the Australian goldrush, were his great great grandparents and one of the first Pakeha families to settle and farm at Aotea.

start of the Australian Goldrush, Ophir, New South Wales, Australia

Law and Order During the Australian Goldrush

Yes, there were Chinese in the Australian goldrush

Using the Australian Goldrush of the 1870s as a backdrop, Trollope creates an intense, psychological feel to the novel. Also included is the marvellous portrait of Hester Bolton's fanatically religious mother, ceaselessly quoting from the bible, and so disapproving of her daughter's marriage that she attends the ceremony clad in mourning. [Published with the permission of ]

The Australian goldrush started in 1851, currently it's 1855

"Experience life as it used to be in the Australian Goldrush days. You can study the skies and the land and gain an insight to life on the farm or learn to throw a boomerang."

"Experience life as it used to be in the Australian Goldrush days
Sydney is one of the most cosmopolitan cities on the planet, with one third of its population born overseas. European settlement rapidly displaced the Aboriginal people of the Sydney area with colonists largely coming from England, Ireland and Scotland. The Australian goldrush attracted more immigrants, including a significant number of Chinese, with about one in four Australians with convict descent also having some Chinese ancestry.The ship was carrying about $117.5 million worth of gold from the Australian goldrush and sank in a storm only hours from its destination, somewhere in Britain.
Songs from the Australian goldrush era – showing American minstrel influences

Subtab 8 -- Life During The Australian Goldrush.

However the rush to California depleted the new colonys small population and forced the authorities to think differently about Australian gold. Self styled knight in shining armour Edward Hargraves rode to the colonys rescue.. . Chinese at the Australian Goldfields At the time that news about the Australian goldrush reached China in 1853, the country had been suffering from years of war and famine.

It's a collection of fictional letters incorporation facts about the Australian goldrush.

New, GOLD: A Pictorial History of the Australian Goldrush

The World turned Upside-down: The Australian goldrush as told though song, story and reminiscence Warren Fahey, 2013. Available as an e-book for $20 from the Apple iBookstore (free sample chapter available) or as a PDF that can be read on any computer. For the downloadable PDF, email . Fahey is a well-known folklorist and performer of traditional Australian folk songs. The book has wonderful stories about the chaos of the first rushes, emigration, life on the goldfields, authority, bushranging and the later company mines. Over 135 songs, many newly discovered by Fahey, plus many great images from the archives. The e-book has bonus audio tracks, including some from Fahey’s early collecting period. AMHA members purchasing the PDF will also receive some bonus audio tracks.

Most migrants who joined the Australian goldrush left behind family and home

The Australian Gold Rush - Patrick Taylor

A disparate trio of prospectors seek their fortunes in the turbulent upheavals of the Australian goldrush – and whilst none of them find what they expect, each receives the reward they deserve… possibly…