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Traces the remarkable development and influence of mining law in Victoria from 1851 to the present and the many creative adaptions that occurred in response to changing social and technological circumstances.
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Ralph W. Birrell, great-grandson of 1850s goldminers, was born and educated at St Arnaud. He graduated in Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Melbourne and worked at mines in Mt Isa and Broken Hill. For several years he was Head of the Electrical Engineering Department at the Bendigo School of Mines. He continues to expand his life-long interest in mining since retiring.
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Book Description Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1998, 1998. 22.5 x 15.0cms, 228pp, as new hardcover & dustwrapper This book traces the evolution of Victoria' s innovative, influential and unique mining law. Seller Inventory # 105833
Book Description Melbourne University Press. HARDCOVER. 1998. First edition. A fine copy in a fine d/w. Seller Inventory # 6705071
Book Description Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic, Australia, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. No prev. owner's name. 228pp, incl. index. Gold mining view to front E/P and map of Victoria to rear E/P. B&W photos/plates (incl. portraits). Bibliography. Story of the development of mining law in Victoria. Accompanied by a selection of historical illus. [Australia - Victoria. Gold Mining Law. History]. Seller Inventory # 008643