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The archaeology of Chinese alluvial mining in Australia

The archaeology of Chinese alluvial mining in Australia BARRY McGOWAN This paper reviews the typology and techniques of Chinese mining practices on Australia's alluvial goldfields, using examples from southern New South Wales and Victoria. It is argued that there are physical

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Alluvial Geoarchaeology The New York State Museum

This study highlights the importance of alluvial terrace veneer facies and provides examples of how archaeological surfaces can be quickly buried even in the absence of buried soils, or paleosols. The Museum Lab has documented a number of alluvial settings in New York State, primarily in the Mohawk and Hudson River valleys.

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Aspects of Gold Mining and Mining Communities in the

diggings two distinct periods of alluvial mining of varying dimensions can be identified and certain mining and settlement features were superimposed upon earlier ones. This also occurred at the Mantons Reef site and has been observed at other alluvial operations along the Shoalhaven, for example at Limekilns Creek, Bombay and Pipeclay.

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The Typology and Techniques ofAlluvial Mining: The Example

ofboth the technique and typology ofalluvial mining is that by Ritchie in 1981.2 Ritchie's analysis was concerned primarily with describing and developing a typology oftailings deposits derived from the various types of alluvial mining, and where possible his descriptions have been used. As stated above the

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An Archaeologist's Guide to Mining Terminology

The authors present a glossary of mining terminology commonly used in Australia and New Zealand. The definitions and useages come from historical and contemporary sources and consideration is given to those most frequently encountered by archaeologists. The terms relate to alluvial mining, hard rock mining, ore processing, and coal mining.

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(PDF) Cornish Tin-Streamers and the Australian Gold Rush

Post-Medieval Archaeology 49/1 (2015), 99–113 Cornish tin-streamers and the Australian gold rush: technology transfer in alluvial mining By SUSAN LAWRENCE and PETER DAVIES SUMMARY: The Cornish are known around the world for their mining skills.

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The Archaeology of Underground Mining Landscapes

Oct 24, 2016· McGowan, Barry 1996 The Typology and Techniques of Alluvial Mining: The Example of the Shoalhaven and Mongarlowe Goldfields in Southern New South Wales. Australasian Historical Archaeology 14:34–45.

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The Typology and Techniques ofAlluvial Mining: The

ofboth the technique and typology ofalluvial mining is that by Ritchie in 1981.2 Ritchie's analysis was concerned primarily with describing and developing a typology oftailings deposits derived from the various types of alluvial mining, and where possible his descriptions have been used. As stated above the

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An Archaeologist's Guide to Mining Terminology

The authors present a glossary of mining terminology commonly used in Australia and New Zealand. The definitions and useages come from historical and contemporary sources and consideration is given to those most frequently encountered by archaeologists. The terms relate to alluvial mining, hard rock mining, ore processing, and coal mining.

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The Archaeology of Underground Mining Landscapes

McGowan, Barry 1996 The Typology and Techniques of Alluvial Mining: The Example of the Shoalhaven and Mongarlowe Goldfields in Southern New South Wales. Australasian Historical Archaeology 14:34–45.

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Gold Mining and its Effects through the Lens of an

dredging and alluvial mining activities by small-scale miners. Furthermore, the research showed to some extent the effect of the mining activities on both the landscape and cultural materials. The study was conducted during the dry seasons of November to December in 2010 and January 2011. Mining in the Prestea area

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Remote sensing landscapes of water management on the

Dec 01, 2016· The range of remote sensing resources now available has made it possible to explore the archaeological evidence for alluvial mining activity in the valley of Three Mile Creek. The area was a significant area of mining water management on the goldfields from the 1850s and much of the physical evidence for these systems remains intact.

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(PDF) Cornish Tin-Streamers and the Australian Gold Rush

The identification of Cornish tin-streaming as the source of alluvial mining technology in Australia sheds light on a little-documented branch of mining that has played a significant role in

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Gold Rushes and Precious Metals SpringerLink

McGowan, Barry (1996) The typology and techniques of alluvial mining: the example of the Shoalhaven and Mongarlowe goldfields in Southern New South Wales. Australasian Historical Archaeology 14:34–45. Google Scholar

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The Loddon Company WordPress

the role of water in mining activity. The specific aims of this work have been to identify and map historical water management practices and to examine the archaeological evidence of such practices. We selected the Fryerstown areas as a case study for the interaction with the Coliban System of Waterworks and private mining races.

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MacLellan kupei Heritage Archaeology

Water was brought to the mine site from the headwaters of a creek or river by the use of water races. Where these races had to cross deep gorges or valleys, a trough or flume made from timber, bark or bamboo elevated above the ground, was used. (How alluvial mining races work). Richard was skilled horseman and an excellent bushman.

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Project Ancient Tin Did British tin sources and trade

Archaeology. The archaeological evidence to support Cornwall/Devon being a significant Bronze Age tin source has until recently been based mainly on nineteenth century finds when alluvial tin deposits were being reworked. There were frequent finds of Bronze Age metalwork as well as antler picks, which had been used as mining tools (20).

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Christiane Hemker Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen

Placer mining resumed in this area during the Medieval period, probably as early as the 13th century AD. A peak of alluvial sedimentation during the mid‐15th century AD is probably related to the acquisition of this region by the Elector of Saxony and the subsequent promotion of mining.

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Archaeological survey of the Arrow River and Macetown,

the Rich Burn. This was the site of extensive alluvial working in 1862 and 1863, and later the upstream areas became an important quartz (hard-rock) mining locality. The area contains significant archaeological examples of both alluvial and hard-rock gold mining, as well as the well-known ‚ghost town™ of Macetown.

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The archaeology of Anthropocene rivers: water management

Cornish tin-streamers and the Australian Gold Rush: technology transfer in alluvial mining. Post-Medieval Archaeology 49: 99 An enviromental approach to the archaeology of tin mining on Dartmoor, in Murphy, P. & Wiltshire, P. (ed.) Environmental archaeology of industry: 19

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The archaeology of gold mining in England NAMHO

The archaeology of gold mining in England . Peter Claughton . Gold recovery is a minor aspect of the extractive industries in England. Unlike Wales and Scotland there has been no sustained production in modern times, nor are there identifiable prehistoric, Roman or medieval extraction sites.

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