The Welsh in an Australian Gold Town: Ballarat, Victoria by Robert Llewellyn Tyler

By Robert Llewellyn Tyler

This book’s concentration is the Welsh immigrant group within the Ballarat/Sebastopol gold mining district of Victoria, Australia in the course of the moment 1/2 the 19th century. The booklet presents an research of a Welsh group because it existed in a specific region and the ways that it replaced in the course of a particular time period and considers all features of the Welsh immigrant experience.

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