The adventures of two sixteen-year-old Americans, Harry Vane and Jack Pendleton, as they try to strike it rich in the gold mining region of nineteenth-century Australia.
First published in 1893 by Porter & Coates, Philadelphia.
|Other titles||In a new world, Among the gold fields of Australia|
|Statement||Horatio Alger, Jr.|
|Series||Polyglot Press Alger series|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A395 Im 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005021366|
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In A New World; or, Among The Gold Fields Of Australia by Jr. Horatio Alger. Australia and its gold fields: A historical sketch of the progress of the Australian colonies, from the earliest times to the present day; with a particular account of the recent gold discoveries, and observations on the present aspect of the land question: Author: Edward Hammond Hargraves: Publisher: H. Ingram and Co., Milford House, Strand, Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. Australia. ‘New chums’ we would now call New Australians. It was not necessary for people to have a visa to enter Australia in the gold rush days. Many who came here intending to make their fortunes on the goldfields and then go back ‘home’ found that working in the soil of Australia among our uniqu flora and fauna and beside the new.