they went to a river if there was 1 near, bought it, or walked
all the way back to sydney to buy water
by going into the water and drowning
The gold miners would drink tea, water that had been boiled, or beer when they could get it.
carbide and water mixture
No, they are copper miners.
They probably dug out some water from a different pipeline
Just like anyone else they bought what they needed.
The possessive form for the plural noun miners is miners'. Example: The miners' contract is being renegotiated.
Miners get their food from the supply store.
Miners will always study where is the treasure and how to get it.
the gold miners lived in: · Tents and bark Gunyahs: these were portable. · Miners Humpy: Some miners lived in a Humpy. · Slab hut
water from the rivers or lakes. ...And the occassional Mr. Pib.
There were 700 miners The population is 30,000
They are copper and gold miners.
Yes, miners mine for diamonds.
That depends which miners strike in history.
The Miners Association was created in 1858.
Australian gold miners were known as diggers. Gold miners are generally known as prospectors.
6 soldiers were killed and 22 miners were killed. 12 miners were injured.
Because Chinese miners often took over sites that Americans miners had abandoned.
In some cases, the toxic gases can KILL the miners. Also, the coal can give the miners lung cancer; like smoking. Research a bit more on miners, if I were you.
The miners in the California Gold Rush dealt with Cholera and other water borne diseases, wolves/predators, scurvy, and frostbite. Hope this helped. :)
the chilean miners were rescued on october 13th
yes, all 33 miners got out safe and sound..
There were 33 miners in the mine
What is the job for the California gold miners