What did the miners eat on the gold fields?
They ate Mutton(meat), Tea, Damper(bread), cheeseand vegtables and fruit but they were rare.
gold miners got to the fields by covered wagon's,or by horse.
The gold miners would drink tea, water that had been boiled, or beer when they could get it.
The gold miners ate mostly beans, biscuits, and beef
It was a licence that's used to let miners mine in the gold fields
That depends on which gold rush you are referring to.
They were glad of their presence, providing company, support and services for the miners and the associated industries which grew up.
Bacon and grits.
Anything they could get.
Many of the miners came from the California fields which were dwindling.
You needed a miners licence so that the government knows you've paid to be on the gold fields. The Chinese had to pay way more though.
They wore Bamboo hats, grey tops and pants, and grey shoes.
The gold miners of 1800 would eat meat, rice, bread, and molasses. They would drink coffee, water, tea, and occasionally brandy. Their diet was said to be very bland and boring.
During the Gold Rush when Anchorage started out as a tent city and a port for miners coming to the gold fields of Alaska and Canada.
i think they sent down games down their just like they sent down the food for the miners to eat
A lot of beans, biscuits and beef.
Damper, Mutton and Tea.
At first, gold was easy to find near the surface of the earth. Miners could dig it out with knives. Later on, miners found a better way to get gold out of the riverbeds. They loaded sand and gravel from the riverbed into a washing pan. Then, they held the pan under water, gently swirling it. The water washed away the gravel, leaving the heavier gold in the pan. This process was known as "panning… Read More
Australian gold miners were known as diggers. Gold miners are generally known as prospectors.
While most of the miners who participated in the Gold Rush made only a modest profit, the businesses that supplied the products the miners needed were the real economic winners. Those who dealt in the fields of transportation, shipping, entertainment or retail became wealthy as a result of the Gold Rush.
Anyone and everyone came to the gold fields. So many came they displaced the California Native Americans and the discrimination of Hispanic and Chinese miners were rampant.
What is the job for the California gold miners
They were called the gold miners Back then they use to go to mines and mine for gold. That is why they were named gold miners gold mines-where they mine for gold gold miners-people who mine for gold
Early 1849 California experienced resentment and provoked violence against Mexican American miners. The Foreign Miners Tax was able to force Mexican Americans out of the gold fields SOURCE: Murrin's LIBERTY, EQUALITY, POWER. "A History of the American People"
Charles R. Diamond has written: 'African labour problems on the South African gold fields' -- subject(s): Gold miners, Strikes and lockouts, Labor
Sacramento Gold Miners was created in 1993.
Miners do not and are not allowed to melt gold into money.
There are native American gold miners in Africa
Sacramento Gold Miners ended in 1995.
No. Children were not required to have licences, as they could not stake a formal claim, or trade any gold they found. Children did not work the claims and the diggings: they only worked the mullock heaps.
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Miners stayed in miner's settlements during the gold rush.
the gold miners lived in: · Tents and bark Gunyahs: these were portable. · Miners Humpy: Some miners lived in a Humpy. · Slab hut
During the California Gold Rush, beginning in 1848, the miners usually what they could afford and what was availible. The meals mostly consisted of beans, bacon, or local game. These foods were usually cooked over an open fire.
because they came from different countries? :/
Kirkland Lake Gold Miners was created in 2003.
The Chinese miners were disliked because they were different. Australian miners viewed with considerable distrust people whose language they could not understand, who dessed very differently and who kept to themselves, as the Chinese did. One of the main reasons the Chinese were so disliked, however, was because they were very hardworking people who would go through discarded mullock heaps and tailings, and find more gold. The Chinese miners were m8re successful than the Australians.
The miners during the Gold Rush ate a lot of dried foods, like beans and pork. They also ate apples, biscuits, and molasses.
YES they were gold miners mine is the president of gold miners so u ppl need to shut ur freakin mouth!!!!
miners eat bat soup, coal and rock.
They are copper and gold miners.
Legend has it that miners yell "Eureka" when they find Gold ..The reality however is a smart miner will keep very quiet about his discovery. Other miners will try to move in on you to get their share of the gold...
The yanomami kept protesting against the miners way to mine for gold in their territory.
There has been over 67.3 ouces a day from the miners is Australia
Sometimes they hand carried them in.
they mined the gold with a pickaxe
the gold miners
If you were caught without a gold licence during the gold rush you usually had to pay a fine. The fine increased every time you were caught. However, other punishments included being arrested and even being chained to a tree. The police on the gold fields were lower class and usually ex-convicts so they were quite harsh on the miners. This contributed to the miners' detest of the authorities which ultimately led to the Eureka… Read More
No. The gold miners actually attacked the Indians to steal their land for gold. But the government today catches them and put them in jail, for it is illegal.
Gold Miners are people a long time ago that panned for gold to become rich. Most of these people were poor that needed to get more money.