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Notes on geological map of Gumeracha and Mount Crawford goldfields

by South Australia. Geological Dept.

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Published by E. Spiller, government printer in Adelaide .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold mines and mining,
  • Geology

  • Edition Notes

    A t head of title: South Australia.

    StatementBy Harry P. Woodward... assistant government geologist
    ContributionsWoodward, Harry Page
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26405026M
    OCLC/WorldCa28265578

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Notes on geological map of Gumeracha and Mount Crawford goldfields by South Australia. Geological Dept. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Notes on geological map of Gumeracha and Mount Crawford goldfields: notes accompanying the geological map of the eastern reserved portion of the hundred of Para Wirra, known as the Mount Crawford and Gumeracha diggings and reserved sections in the north of Talunga / by Harry P.

Woodward, under the direction of Henry Y. Brown. Also Titled. Geological Map of the Eastern Reserved Portion of the Hundred of Para Wirra, Known as the Mount Crawford and Gumeracha Diggings, and Reserved Sections in the North of Talunga. Scale, 2 Inches to One Mile, Etc. (With "Notes on Geological Map of Gumeracha and Mount Crawford.

Gumeracha Goldfields is located east of Adelaide near Kersbrook, South Australia. Take me home. Map of Gumeracha, SA Gumeracha (GUM-ə-RAK-ə) is a town in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, located on the Adelaide-Mannum Road.

It is located in the Adelaide Hills Council local government area on the south bank of the upper River Torrens. From the Collection of Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Federation University Australia, Mt Helen Campus Federation University Australia E.J.

Barker Library (top floor) Mount Helen Victoria. Description page foolscap pink covered book relating to the Ballarat goldfields plus 32 plates of maps and sections. geology, geological survey no 14, ballarat, baragwanath Historical information William Baragwanath was educated at the Ballarat School of Mines, obtaining a Geology Certificate in After further study he went on the become Secretary for Mines, and Chief Mining Surveyor.

Baragwanath was a Councillor of the Ballarat School of Mine from The geology and gold mining history of the Mount Crawford fossicking area: guidelines for an interpretive display / by M. Moyses. Author.

Moyses, M. Other Authors. South Australia. Woods and Forests Department South Australian College of Advanced Education. Salisbury Campus Published. Robert Brough Smyth's book The gold fields and mineral districts of Victoria (available online) includes information about the geology and mining history of all major Victorian goldfields.

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Now nearly men are working in the gully around Mount Crawford. The rush was so great that on Thurs-day Hill & Co. put on a special coach from Adelaide. The rush is at Mount Crawford, about seven miles north-east of. Barossa and Para Wirra Goldfields, Williamstown, South Mt Lofty Ranges (Adelaide Hills), Mt Lofty Ranges, South Australia, Australia: Some consider these as a single goldfield (Barossa), traditionally they are two separate fields, which also adjoin the Deloraine Goldfield to the south and Gumeracha (Watt's Gully etc.) Goldfields to.

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD ( pages) Author: J. Monfries Year: () ISBN: Other: b&w photos, index Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia Written by J. Monfries in to celebrate the centenary of "the picturesque little village of Gumeracha, in the Adelaide Hills", this book examines all aspects of life in Gumeracha and nearby Kenton Valley and North Gumeracha (now.

Notes: Well To the E slightly S is Wullowla. SW of Wullowla is Nurguga; slightly N and E of Dundajinnda is Mujingerra, all native waters.

Well NE of Libral is Billigilli native well and NW of that is Wandurba Rockhole. Well S of well is Burnagu sand soak. N and slightly W of Well 44 is Jimberingga native well, NW of which is Pijallinga claypan.The chapter book begins with a general discussion of exploration and geological mapping in mineral exploration.

This new edition includes three more chapters than the edition, an expanded appendix section, and ample by: In the geological map of South Australia the stratified rocks, forming the ranges east of Adelaide, were distinguished by two different colours.

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