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Those Were the Days

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Media: BOOK - hardcover, 418 pages
Author: A. Reid
Year: (1933) 1986
ISBN: 0859051013
Other: b&w photos, sketches, index, fold-out map
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The introduction to this book states that 'this is a vignette of life when our State [Western Australia] was young, with all the faults and failing and all the glories of lusty youth. And the men whom I picture are the men who helped to make Western Australia what it is to-day'.

Originally published in 1933, this is a facsimile edition of this important history of Coolgardie/Kalgoorlie area and their people written by one of its first newspapermen.

Includes over 350 photos ands sketches of early people. The one addition to this facsimile edition is that it now has a 30 page index. Includes a fold-out map of the Eastern Goldfields in 1895.

Contents:
Introduction
Foreword
Preface
An Appreciation
Index to Illustrations
Those Were the Days
Kalgoorlie: To-day and Forty Years Ago
A Bird's Eye View of Kalgoorlie as it is To-day
Western Australia as a Gold Producer
Goldfields Enterprises
A Chronological History of the Eastern Goldfields
Addenda
Index

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