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Title: Rum Corps to IXL: Services to Pastoralists and Farmers in New South Wales
Authors: Davidson, Bruce Robinson
Issue Date: 1990-12
Abstract: By 1850, New South Wales (NSW) appeared to have entered a period of long term economic stability which was almost entirely dependent on the production of fine wool. The prospects of such a future vanished with the discovery of large quantities of alluvial gold in 1851. The population of the colony almost doubled, increasing from 179,000 in 1851 to 351,000 in 1861 (Vamplew 1987, p. 26).
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/12255
Institution/Association: Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 58, Numbers 02-03, August, December 1990
Total Pages: 21
Language: English
From Page: 158
To Page: 178
Collections:Volume 58, Number 02-03, August, December 1990

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