Journal of Australasian Mining History

Volume 4
September 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFEREED

PETER BELL      1 – 19
Great Expectations, Bad Geology: Edward Head and the Keelbottom Freehold Copper Mines
1872-1902
KEN McQUEEN      20 – 46
Hidden Copper: The Early History of the Cornish, Scottish and Australian (C.S.A.) Mine,
Cobar, NSW
PHILIP PAYTON (Keynote address 11th AMHA Conference, Kadina, 7 July 2006)      47 – 67
Making Moonta: The Invention of ‘Australia’s Little Cornwall’
NAOMI SEGAL      68 – 92
Danger and Health Hazards: Western Australian Gold Mining – the Early Decades
JAN WEGNER and JUSTIN LAMBERT      93 – 107
The Emuford Battery, North Queensland: A study in survival

UNREFEREED

R.M. CALLENDER      108 – 115
The Baile an Or Project: Robert Nelson Gilchrist (1821-1877), A Scottish ‘Hargaves’!
VALERIE FLETCHER      116 – 138
Value Adding to Northern Territory Copper, 1901-1910
PHILIP HART      139 – 155
The Thames Miners’ Union: defending Miners and the Mining Industry
BRIAN R. HILL      156 – 165
A Reinterpretation of the History of the Acquisition of the Blackwater gold Mine, New Zealand
R. KEITH JOHNS      166 – 182
The Cornish at Burra, South Australia
TIMOTHY JONES      183 – 200
David and Isaac Daniel and the Mt Wells Tin Mine

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