The Rush that Never Ended: A History of Australian Mining

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Melbourne University Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Mineral industries - 414 pages
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Three decades after publication, The Rush that Never Ended provides an account of an important part of Australia's economic history. New chapters tell the story of the changes in mining in the last 20 years.

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The history of mining is central to Australian history, from the gold rushes of the 1860's which brought hundreds of thousand of immigrants, to the mountain ranges of iron ore and immense natural gas ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The GoldSeekers 1 Pickpockets Gold
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A Little Excitement
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Copyright

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Geoffrey Blainey is one of Australia's best-known historians. His many pioneering books include The Tyranny of Distance, The Triumph of the Nomads, The Rush That Never Ended and The Peaks of Lyell.

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