Streetscape of Gympie Gold diggings, Queensland, 1870s? ; Aboriginal woman with small child in European clothes, 19th century ; Sketch of cotton plantation showing field workers, Queensland

Hume Family (1870). Streetscape of Gympie Gold diggings, Queensland, 1870s? ; Aboriginal woman with small child in European clothes, 19th century ; Sketch of cotton plantation showing field workers, Queensland.

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Creator Hume Family
Title Streetscape of Gympie Gold diggings, Queensland, 1870s? ; Aboriginal woman with small child in European clothes, 19th century ; Sketch of cotton plantation showing field workers, Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1870
Year available 2014
Series Hume Family Collection, UQFL10
Type image/tiff
Original Format Album; b&w; 25x21cm
Source Hume Family Collection, UQFL10, Album 1, Page 12
Language eng
Rights Copyright expired
Abstract/Summary Papers of Walter Cunningham Hume (1840 – 1921), surveyor and Chief Commissioner for Lands for Queensland; his wife Katie, daughter Ethel, brother Washington Hume, and members of both their families in England. They lived at Drayton, Toowoomba, and Brisbane.
Keyword Hume Family
Gold mines and mining -- Queensland -- Gympie.
Gympie (Qld.) -- History
Aboriginal Australians
Cotton picking

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