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  • Eureka Rebellion - Wikipedia

    The Eureka Rebellion was a rebellion in 1854, instigated by gold miners in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, who revolted against the colonial authority of the United ...

  • Eureka Stockade | Ergo

    The Eureka Stockade was caused by a disagreement over what gold miners felt were unfair laws and policing of their work by government. Miners were unable to claim the ...

  • Eureka Stockade |

    An article about the 1854 Eureka rebellion, often referred to as the Eureka Stockade, which arose because of widespread opposition on the part of goldfield workers to ...

  • Eureka Stockade, Goldfields, Victoria, Australia

    Take some time out to visit the famous site that has come to represent popular struggle and has been called the birthplace of Australian democracy.

  • Eureka Flag - Wikipedia

    The sesquicentenary of the Eureka Stockade occurred in December 2004, and the Eureka Flag was used extensively during the events that were organised to promote ...

  • Eureka Stockade Rebellion - Gold Rush Colony

    Formation & Rebellion - Eureka Stockade Vic Australia The Gold Diggers, in the Ballarat region of Victoria Australia, hated the gold mining licensing system. When ...

  • Eureka Stockade (TV Mini-Series 1984– ) - IMDb

    With David Bradshaw, Bryan Brown, Tom Burlinson, Carol Burns.

  • Eureka Stockade | National Museum of Australia

    1854: Rebellion of goldminers at Eureka Stockade, Ballarat, Victoria

  • Eureka Stockade - Concept - Electronic Encyclopedia of ...

    Eureka Stockade - Concept - Electronic Encyclopedia of Gold in Australia - e-Gold is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database that tells the story of ...

  • Eureka Stockade - eurekapedia

    Overview. The stockade at Eureka was built on 30 November 1854, and was destroyed during the Eureka Battle on 03 December 1854. The most harrowing and heartrending ...

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