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Victorian Gold Rush
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Victorian gold rush was a period in the history of Victoria, Australia approximately between 1851 and the late 1860s. In 10 years the Australian population nearly tripled. During this era Victoria dominated the world's gold output. Ballarat for a while ranked number one in terms of gold production. Gold discoveries in Beechworth, Ballarat and Bendigo sparked gold rushes similar to the California Gold Rush. At its peak some two tonnes of gold per week flowed into the Treasury Building in Melbourne.

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Gold
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Gold - Caesium, Metal leaf, Golden Fleece, Gold mining, Gold prospecting, Gold extraction, Gold as an investment, Gold standard, Carat (purity), Gold(III) chloride, Tetraxenonogold(II), Gold(V) fluoride, Isotopes of gold, Gold rush, Gold coin, Witwatersrand Gold Rush, Klondike Gold Rush, Victorian gold rush, Digger gold, Brazil Gold Rush, Georgia Gold Rush, California Gold Rush, Queen Charlottes Gold Rush, Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, Rock Creek Gold Rush, Pike's Peak Gold Rush, Cariboo Gold Rush, Big Bend Gold Rush, Omineca Gold Rush, Central Otago Gold Rush, Black Hills Gold Rush, Fairbanks Gold Rush, Cobalt Silver Rush, Porcupine Gold Rush

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Gold
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Gold - Caesium, Metal leaf, Golden Fleece, Gold mining, Gold prospecting, Gold extraction, Gold as an investment, Gold standard, Carat (purity), Gold(III) chloride, Tetraxenonogold(II), Gold(V) fluoride, Isotopes of gold, Gold rush, Gold coin, Witwatersrand Gold Rush, Klondike Gold Rush, Victorian gold rush, Digger gold, Brazil Gold Rush, Georgia Gold Rush, California Gold Rush, Queen Charlottes Gold Rush, Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, Rock Creek Gold Rush, Pike's Peak Gold Rush, Cariboo Gold Rush, Big Bend Gold Rush, Omineca Gold Rush, Central Otago Gold Rush, Black Hills Gold Rush, Fairbanks Gold Rush, Cobalt Silver Rush, Porcupine Gold Rush

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Geelong, Victoria
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Geelong, Victoria. Timeline of Geelong history, Victorian gold rush, List of schools in Geelong, List of Heritage listed buildings in Geelong, List of mayors of Geelong, Transport Accident Commission.

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Geelong, Victoria
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Geelong, Victoria. Timeline of Geelong history, Victorian gold rush, List of schools in Geelong, List of Heritage listed buildings in Geelong, List of mayors of Geelong, Transport Accident Commission.

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Ballarat, Victoria
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ballarat is a regional city in Victoria, Australia. In terms of population, it is both the third largest city and the largest inland city in state. Ballarat is approximately 105 kilometres north-west of the state capital Melbourne. The city had a urban population of 78,221 on the 2006 Census night. In 2008 the city had an estimated statistical district population of 91,787. The city lies at 441 metres AHD and consists of an area of approximately 740 square kilometres, with the city occupying a built up area of approximately 75 square kilometres. Ballarat's demonym is "Ballaratian". Ballarat is one of the most significant Victorian era boomtowns in Australia. Gold was discovered near Ballarat in 1851 spawning the Victorian gold rush. The area of Ballarat was found to be a rich aluvial field where gold could easily be extracted, bringing with it rapid growth. The arrival of over 10,000 migrants to the city within a year transformed it from a station to briefly become the largest settlement in the newly proclaimed Colony of Victoria.

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Moliagul, Victoria
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Moliagul is a small township in Victoria, Australia, 202 kilometres north west of Melbourne, (60 kilometres west of Bendigo) notable for the discovery of the world's largest gold nugget, the Welcome Stranger in 1869. The area is a historical gold mining town and is now mostly deserted. In 1855 it is estimated there were 16,000 people living in Moliagul during the peak of the Victorian gold rush period. Moliagul Post Office opened on 15 November 1858 and closed in 1971. Reverend John Flynn, founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, was born in Moliagul in 1880.

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Ballarat, Victoria
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ballarat is a regional city in Victoria, Australia. In terms of population, it is both the third largest city and the largest inland city in state. Ballarat is approximately 105 kilometres north-west of the state capital Melbourne. The city had a urban population of 78,221 on the 2006 Census night. In 2008 the city had an estimated statistical district population of 91,787. The city lies at 441 metres AHD and consists of an area of approximately 740 square kilometres, with the city occupying a built up area of approximately 75 square kilometres. Ballarat's demonym is "Ballaratian". Ballarat is one of the most significant Victorian era boomtowns in Australia. Gold was discovered near Ballarat in 1851 spawning the Victorian gold rush. The area of Ballarat was found to be a rich aluvial field where gold could easily be extracted, bringing with it rapid growth. The arrival of over 10,000 migrants to the city within a year transformed it from a station to briefly become the largest settlement in the newly proclaimed Colony of Victoria.

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Moliagul, Victoria
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Moliagul is a small township in Victoria, Australia, 202 kilometres north west of Melbourne, (60 kilometres west of Bendigo) notable for the discovery of the world's largest gold nugget, the Welcome Stranger in 1869. The area is a historical gold mining town and is now mostly deserted. In 1855 it is estimated there were 16,000 people living in Moliagul during the peak of the Victorian gold rush period. Moliagul Post Office opened on 15 November 1858 and closed in 1971. Reverend John Flynn, founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, was born in Moliagul in 1880.

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