Gold at Harrietville / by Brian Lloyd Lloyd, B. E. (Brian Edmund), 1929-

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Lloyd, B. E. (Brian Edmund), 1929-
Subjects
Harrietville (Vic.) - History.; Gold mines and mining - Victoria - Harrietville - History.; DAISY (computer file)
Audience
Adult
Summary
Harrietville was once a bustling gold mining town, first settled by alluvial miners during the 1850's, the golden decade in Victoria' gold mining history. The alluvial gold gave vigour to Harrietville in the early days sustaining the Chinese diggers who scattered up river after the Buckland riots in 1857, and in later years providing a harvest for the dredging, then company mining started up after most of the small pickings were gone.
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