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Lations endured by the aboriginal tribes Europeans and Chinese during the short ten years of this famulous alluvial fi This is a great book if you want to learn some of Australia's interesting history Was really interesting for me as I live in Far North ueensland so this book is close to home

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River of GoldNd Written in 1967 the autenticity of some of the personal recollections though horrendous may be difficult to confirm Fascinating history of the area where I grew up From my genealogy research my family arrived in the area at about the time of these gold rushes though I believe they stayed further south

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Download River of Gold kindle à 217 pages á gwairsoft Õ ➲ River of Gold Read ➺ Author Hector Holthouse – Gwairsoft.co.uk Having just visited the Palmer River Goldfields this book gives a vivid description of the incredible trials and tribulations endured by the aboriginal tribes Europeans and ChiHaving just visited the Palmer River Goldfields this book gives a vivid description of the incredible trials and tribu Okay finished it After having to take a break to research the prevalence of cannibalism in Australia I was having difficulty reconciling my limited knowledge of Australian history with the assertion of dramatically widespread cannibalism by the native people Google to the fore and I tracked down uite a number of research papers on the subject and yes like virtually every country and culture cannibalism has existed at one time It would also appear that the incidents cited in this book are vastly inflated and the not restricted to the native people but the starving diggers it appears may have resorted to the same and laid the blame on the blacks As I mentioned in comments while reading I did have to read this ever mindful of the time it was written 1967 and filter the language used accordingly It is a book of prejudice on so many levels to the native occupiers who were starved out and attacked in retaliation toward any female referred to during the book and to the yellow hoard of greedy chinksThe second to last chapter gave me a chance to realise that our current immigration struggles stem from the very beginning of colonisation and how as today policy is driven by the invested parties who use the media to manipulate public opinion and politicians driven by a burning desire to ensure their continuation in officeI did think over the rating I gave the book I am glad I read it and I may follow up with the book written about the area I live in It is brutal violent talks about terrible times and doesn't leave you feeling particularly fond of the human race at times However I have learnt a great deal about the northern part of ueensland in the late 1800s and have so much to learn I would recommend reading it provided you are vigilant that it is a book of its decade Australia in 1967 was still 10 years away from the referendum that gave our original people the right to vote and be recognised as peoplestill awaiting a mention in the constitution though to this day