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Chinese Gold Miners and the “Chinese Question” in ...

2020-10-14  Chinese Gold Miners and the “Chinese Question” in Nineteenth-Century . California and Victoria . During the second half of the nineteenth century the largest gold deposits yet known in the world were discovered in the American west, Australasia, South Africa, and western Canada . From 1848 to 1891 a series of gold rushes—quick,

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Finding Gold: Chinese on the Goldfields of 19th Century ...

Permanent Exhibition. This exhibition highlights the role of Chinese Settlers during the Australian Gold Rush. Visitors will be transported to an Australian goldfield through an immersive exhibition that begins on board a ship sailing from Hong Kong bound for

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Chinese - Concept - Electronic Encyclopedia of Gold in ...

2020-6-20  Chinese - 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.

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The Recruiting of Chinese Indentured Labour for the South ...

2009-1-22  Gibb, Livingstone Co., had by the end of the nineteenth century a very large share in the organization of the emigrant traffic to the Straits, as well as the lucrative shipping agency for the CMLIA: see Hong Kong Telegraph, 18 June 1904 Google Scholar. For Jardine, Matheson Co., see LeFevour, E., Western Enterprise in Late Ch'ing China.

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The Development of Gold-Mining Unionism in

THE DEVELOPMENT OF GOLD-MINING UNIONISM IN QUEENSLAND IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY JUNE STOODLEY In the late nineteenth century, Queensland goldfields acquired among earnest Labour men in that colony a high reputation as centres of Labour strength and advanced thinking. A more recent writer has suggested, in

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Alluvial gold mining and trade in Nineteenth-Century

6 In some areas, alluvial gold was worked by shafts sunk into river banks and reef mining may have developed from this technique; see, for example, The Rhodesian Mining Review, 19 02 1913, 185.For further details of alluvial mining methods, see I. R. Phimister, ‘Placer mining in South Central Africa’, unpub. research paper.Google Scholar

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Alluvial Gold Mining and Trade in Nineteenth Century

2021-11-2  Alluvial Gold Mining and Trade in Nineteenth Century South Central Africa Because the attention of archaeologists and historians has been concentrated primarily on gold reef mining, alluvial goldwashing has received comparatively little attention, although it was apparently practised by Africans both before and after the period during which ...

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Staking Claims: The Gold Rush in Nineteenth-Century ...

This exhibition explores the Gold Rush—a group of related gold rushes to Western territories in the second half of the nineteenth century—and its impact on American history and culture. Catalyzed by the discovery of gold the Sierra Nevada in 1848,

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Finding Gold: Chinese on the Goldfields of 19th

Permanent Exhibition. This exhibition highlights the role of Chinese Settlers during the Australian Gold Rush. Visitors will be transported to an Australian goldfield through an immersive exhibition that begins on board a ship sailing from Hong Kong bound for

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Historical trajectory of gold-mining in the Nilgiri ...

of informal (gold) mining as a solution. We draw these conclusions from an in-depth study of gold-mining in the Nilgiri–Wayanad region of southern India between the early nineteenth century and the present. We build a case that challenges the popular notion that institutions evolve from informal to

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Alluvial Gold Mining and Trade in Nineteenth Century

2021-11-2  Alluvial Gold Mining and Trade in Nineteenth Century South Central Africa Because the attention of archaeologists and historians has been concentrated primarily on gold reef mining, alluvial goldwashing has received comparatively little attention, although it was apparently practised by Africans both before and after the period during which ...

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Alluvial gold mining and trade in Nineteenth-Century

6 In some areas, alluvial gold was worked by shafts sunk into river banks and reef mining may have developed from this technique; see, for example, The Rhodesian Mining Review, 19 02 1913, 185.For further details of alluvial mining methods, see I. R. Phimister, ‘Placer mining in South Central Africa’, unpub. research paper.Google Scholar

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I. Gold Mining in California - University of California ...

2000-8-21  CHAPTER 8. MINING CALIFORNIA'S EARTH . IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Chapter Outline. I. Gold Mining in California. A. Ecological effects of gold mining: timber depletion by gold miners; landscape degradation and river debris in hydraulic mining disrupt fishing and farming; mercury used in gold and silver amalgamation pollutes rivers; air and water pollution is associated with gold miners'

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Staking Claims: The Gold Rush in Nineteenth

This exhibition explores the Gold Rush—a group of related gold rushes to Western territories in the second half of the nineteenth century—and its impact on American history and culture. Catalyzed by the discovery of gold the Sierra Nevada in 1848, gold

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The Recruiting of Chinese Indentured Labour for the South ...

2009-1-22  Gibb, Livingstone Co., had by the end of the nineteenth century a very large share in the organization of the emigrant traffic to the Straits, as well as the lucrative shipping agency for the CMLIA: see Hong Kong Telegraph, 18 June 1904 Google Scholar. For Jardine, Matheson Co., see LeFevour, E., Western Enterprise in Late Ch'ing China.

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Master-Slave Rituals of Power at a Gold Mine in

2019-4-9  Master-Slave Rituals of Power at a Gold Mine in Nineteenth Century Brazil Matt D. Childs Florida State University [email protected] "Very Fit for a Photograph" In 1867 renowned British explorer and author Richard Burton traveled to the town of Morro Velho in Minas Gerais, Brazil to pay a visit to his countrymen working a gold

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Striking it rich: American gold rushes of the early

This year marks the 170th anniversary of the California Gold rush! On January 24, 1848, James W. Marshall discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California. Though he tried to keep it quiet, word spread and soon there was a surge in immigration to California from people hoping to strike it rich. It was the most famous gold rush

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Gold’s influence on Australian economic development in

development in the nineteenth century TOM GOODWIN Abstract This article seeks to set out the significant ways in which the gold industry, particularly during the booms of the nineteenth century, affected Australia’s development. I argue that the most substantial effects of the gold rush affected two broad aspects of Australian society.

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Finding Gold: Chinese on the Goldfields of 19th Century ...

Permanent Exhibition. This exhibition highlights the role of Chinese Settlers during the Australian Gold Rush. Visitors will be transported to an Australian goldfield through an immersive exhibition that begins on board a ship sailing from Hong Kong bound for

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The Recruiting of Chinese Indentured Labour for the South ...

2009-1-22  Gibb, Livingstone Co., had by the end of the nineteenth century a very large share in the organization of the emigrant traffic to the Straits, as well as the lucrative shipping agency for the CMLIA: see Hong Kong Telegraph, 18 June 1904 Google Scholar. For Jardine, Matheson Co., see LeFevour, E., Western Enterprise in Late Ch'ing China.

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Free, Indentured, Enslaved: Chinese Prostitutes in ...

The discovery of gold in 1848 along the Sacramento River brought thousands of immigrants from many countries to California.6 Mining was an exclusively male activity; few of the men brought families with them because, among other reasons, mining involved moving from place to place seeking the most productive site. Among the first female arrivals

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'Surely There is a Vein for Silver and a Place for Gold ...

"Surely There is a Vein for Silver and a Place for Gold:" Mining and Religion in the Nineteenth Century Intermountain West Richard Francaviglia By - the industrial late nineteenth and agrarian century, - dominated two very different large portions types of of economic the Intermountain activities - industrial and agrarian - dominated large portions of the Intermountain

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Staking Claims: The Gold Rush in Nineteenth-Century ...

This exhibition explores the Gold Rush—a group of related gold rushes to Western territories in the second half of the nineteenth century—and its impact on American history and culture. Catalyzed by the discovery of gold the Sierra Nevada in 1848, gold

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Global Positioning: Houqua and His China Trade Partners

2018-8-14  Global Positioning: Houqua and his China Trade Partners in the Nineteenth Century Abstract This study unearths the lost world of early-nineteenth-century Canton. Known today as Guangzhou, this Chinese city witnessed the economic dynamism of global

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Economic Depression and the Silver Question in

2017-12-7  In the early nineteenth century, China descended into a prolonged economic decline commonly referred to as the ‘Daoguang Depression’ (1820–1850). It has been argued that the chief cause of this deflation in silver prices was a massive outflow of silver during these years, a reversal of the centuries-long pattern of silver flowing into China.

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Mining, Gold, and Silver - Atlantic History - Oxford ...

2018-8-27  Vol. 1, The Colonial Era and the Short Nineteenth Century. Edited by Victor Bulmer-Thomas, John H. Coatsworth, and Roberto Cortés Conde, 315–356. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006. A solid introduction to the topic of silver and gold mining in

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Mining industry and sustainable development: time for ...

2017-6-9  Mining industries provide many of the raw materials for equipment we use daily, from aluminum cans up to electronic chips of cell phones and computers. To arrive here, metal mining steadily increased over the centuries, with occasional “rushes” for several minerals (silver, gold, radium, etc.) which occurred in connection with booms in demand.

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How Miners Lived, Dressed, and Died in the 1800s - Heddels

2020-2-13  How Miners Lived, Dressed, and Died in the 1800s. While most people know that blue jeans have their origin in the great, late-1800s mining booms in places like California, Nevada, and Colorado, not many have a nuanced grasp of this period’s

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