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❴Reading❵ ➺ River of Gold Author Hector Holthouse – Songuarachando.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 Chinese during the short teHaving just visited the Palmer River Goldfields this book gives a vivid description of the incredible trials and tribu.

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  1. Ruth Bonetti Ruth Bonetti says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIThis book interests me as my great grandfather was bank manager at Cooktown during the gold rush On 3 September 1873 a short hand written notice was nailed to the bark wall of a mining warden's office in north ueensland It started the Palmer gold rush; 35000 men trekked through cannibal country through jungle across treacherous rivers to seek their fortunes This is a well researched book that avoids the historical tome pitfall with lively characters dialogue and anecdotes


  2. Judy Judy says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIOkay 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


  3. Carolyn McDonald Carolyn McDonald says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIBased on documentary evidence from the period this is a really interesting description of the places and events during the Palmer River gold rush in FN The harshness of life during these times for everyone is almost beyond belief and yet is part of the tapestry of our history A fascinating read


  4. Mel Curtis Mel Curtis says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIThis 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


  5. Trudy Pomerantz Trudy Pomerantz says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIFascinating history of the area where I grew up From my genealogy research my family arrived in the area at about the


  6. Steve Jones Steve Jones says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBIEnjoyed I'd like to revisit the Cooktown area after reading and checkout some of the sites referenced


  7. Elissa Elissa says:

    MOBI Hector Holthouse µ µ River of Gold eBook Ð River of Kindle - river download, gold kindle, River of epub, River of Gold MOBII grew up in Cairns so I simply enjoyed acuiring some local history


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