Racism on the Australian Goldfields
For a few short years, from the beginning of the 1850s to the early 60s, thousands of people flocked to Australia. The ships that brought them often swung empty at their moorings as both crews and passengers swarmed inland toward makeshift camps. The lure was gold.
With so many immigrants from different countries assembled on the goldfields, it wasn't long until threats to social stability were magnified in the form of racism.
<Tab/>One of the main driving forces behind this racism was competition on the goldfields. For example, initial racism centred on gold-seekers from the…
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