Pre gold rush: TransportThis photo of men travleing on their horseback or on foot lagging behind them massive amounts of bagage. This photo also shows how they would have to travel in the pre gold rush. In the early days of the gold rushes, getting to the goldfields was a matter of walking, going on horseback or buying a place on a bullock dray.
I copied that last paragraph an phpto from http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/imagecache/download/sk0003-020.jpg
the Eureka stokadethis photo shows what the Eureka stockade would probally have looked like.
The Eureka Stockade was caused by a disagreement over what gold miners felt were unfair laws and policing of their work by government.
i copied the second paragraph and got the pic from http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/imagecache/download/h141890.jpg
Women on the gold feildsMore than 160,000 women were among the 600,000 who arrived in Victoria between 1851 and 1860.
this pic shows what the women would have done on the gold feilds.
Icopied the first sentance and got the pic from http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/explore-history/golden-victoria
the disscovering of the monster nuggetIn 1858, a group of 22 miners shared in the discovery of the world's biggest nugget to date, the ‘Welcome' weighed 2217 ounces (63 kilograms). It was proudly displayed in Ballarat before being sold for over £10 000:.
this photo is a image of that nugget.
I copied the first paragraph and got pic from http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/explore-history/golden-victoria/finding-gold/richest-discoveries
Chinese migrants on the gold feild.this photo shows what the chinese vwould have done on the gold feilds. By 1865, most of the protection schemes for Chinese had been removed, but immigration restrictions like the £10 landing tax would persist for decades afterwards.
I copied the informitive part and got the photo from http://ergo.slv.vic.gov.au/explore-history/golden-victoria/life-fields/chinese