New South Wales' and the Australian Capital Territory's Mining History: a bibliography

General

Australian Mining Standard, The Mines and Minerals of New South Wales, Australian Mining Standard, Sydney, 1906.

Baker, C.A.W., 'The history of mining in New England', in Armidale and District Historical Society. Journal and Proceedings, no. 14, April 1971, pp. 64-75.

Byrnes, Frank R., 'Chronicle of Cadia', in Quadrant, vol. 22, August 1978, pp. 52-53.

Chalmers, R.O., 'Mining old and new in western New South Wales', in The Australian Museum Magazine, Sydney, December 1949, pp. 28-32.

Clark, Betty, 'Men, minerals and museums: a century (and more) of mineral history in New South Wales', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol 11, November 1974, pp. 4-15; vol. 11, December 1974, pp. 27-34; vol. 11, January 1975, pp. 25-30.

Galloway, A., Souvenir of Newcastle District ... & South Maitland Coalfields, A. Galloway, Cessnock, 1912.

Koenig, Kay, 'Mineral deposits of the New England area: a brief history', in FN Quarterly, no. 13, 1986, pp. 10-17.

Koenig, Kay, Mining in Australia, Department of Mineral Resources, Mining Museum, 1988.

New South Wales Department of Mineral Resources, New South Wales mineral industry: 1980 review, Government Printer, Sydney, 1981.

Robinson, Neville, They called it Siberia, Weston & Co, Kiama, 199?

Stone, Derrrick, I., Gold Diggers and Diggings, A photographic study of gold in Australia, 1854-1920, Lansdowne Press, Melbourne, 1974.

Wilson, Graham & Cady, B., Hillgrove, A Photographic Study of a NSW Mining Town, 1893-1912, Armidale & District Historical Society, Armidale, 1996.

Minerals

Alum

Baker, Ted, Alum Nountain, Bulahdelah, N.S.W., Bulahdelah District Historical Society, Bulahdelah, 1985.

Bismuth & Tungsten

Alt, Christine, Old Torrington, Torrington Centenary, 1981.

Copper

Carne, J.E., The Copper Mining Industry, Department of Mines, Sydney, 2nd ed, 1908.

Clark, B., 'The Burraga copper mine', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol. 10, July 1974, pp. 9-10, 12-13, 15-18.

Clelland, William, Cobar Founding Fathers, Macquarie Publications, Dubbo,1984

McGowan, Barry, `Currawang mine producing again 150 years on', in Canberra Times, 21 March 1992.

McGowan, Barry, `Currawang 1865-1885, A social history', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 32, September 1993, pp. 21-31.

Minogue, D., 'Town trapped in its own copper mine', in Age, 14 October 1975, p. 8.

Rule, John, The Cornish Settlement, Yagoona, 1978.

Toole, Kevin, The Annals of Burraga, K. Toole (?) 1982.

Gold

Anon., 'The Mount Dromedary gold-field', in FN Quarterly, no. 13, 1986, pp. 42-54.

Baker, Robert G.V., Historic Sofala: a goldfield that changed a nation, 1851-1943, Centrepak Research, Cronulla, 1985.

Baker, Robert G.V., The second rush: a study of the goldrush to Sofala in 1851, Centrepak Research, Cronulla, 1986.

Bairstow, D., 'Panbula Goldfields: assessment of the historical values', Forestry Commission of New South Wales, Sydney, 1990.

Belshaw, James P., Gold mining around Walcha, New England University College, Armidale, 1950.

Belshaw, J.P. and Jackson, L., 'Regional research monographs no. 1: Gold mining around Armidale', New England University College, Armidale, 1950.

Burke, E.K., Gold and Silver: an album of Hill End and Gulgong photographs from the Holtermann Collection, Heinemann, Melbourne, 1973,.

Carnegie, Margaret, Pacific Gold: California 1848, Australia 1851, Kildrummie Press, Melbourne, 1993.

Carrington, Derek Leonard, Riots at Lambing Flat -- 1860-1861. Canberra and District Historical Society, Canberra, 1960.

Carrington, Derek L., `The Gold Rushes of New South Wales, 1851-74, a social history', MA thesis, Australian National University, nd.

Carron, M., 'The Braidwood-Araluen goldfields, 1851-1871', in Canberra Historical Journal, September 1976, pp. 61-73.

Clarke, W.B., Researches on the southern gold fields of New South Wales, Reading and Wellbank, Sydney, 1860.

Cook, Kerrin, Lucknow, a Veritable Goldmine, Orange City Council, Orange, 1995.

Drinkwater, Malcolm, Hill End Gold, M. Drinkwater, 1983.

England, George, The Beacon Mines, G. England, Coffs Harbour, 1979.

Friend, Donald, A collection of Hillendiana: comprising vast numbers of facts & a considerable amount of fiction, concerning the goldfield of Hillend and environs, Ure Smith, Sydney, 1973.

Geological Survey of New South Wales, Gold in New South Wales, Geological Survey of New South Wales, Department of Mineral Resources, Sydney, 1986.

Glasson, W.R., The romance of Ophir: the discovery of Australia's first payable gold, Leader, Orange, 1935.

Glasson, W.R., Australia's first goldfield, Australasian Medical Publishing Co., Sydney, 1944.

Goode, Arnold, 'Tunnel, Dredge and Drought: the Rocky River 1860-1900', in Armidale and District Historical Society Journal, No. 27, March 1984, pp. 1-22.

Grainger, R., 'Of trout and men', [Kiandra] Fisherman, vol. 4, Autumn 1973, pp. 2-3, 27-28.

Hammond, Mark J., Remembered with Pride, Maruba Press, Lewisham, 1988.

Higgins, Matthew, Gold and water: a history of Sofala and the Turon goldfield, Robstar, Bathurst, 1990.

Higgins, Matthew, 'Taking 'stronger boots' to the Turon goldfield', in Heritage Australia, vol. 8, no. 4. Summer 1989.

Hodge, Brian, Valleys of Gold, Cambaroora Star Publications, Penshurst, 1976.

Hodge, Brian, Frontiers of Gold, Cambaroora Star Publications, Penshurst, 1979.

Hodge, Brian, Touring Hill End, Cambaroora Star Publications, Penshurst, 1988.

Hodge, Brian, 'Gold and (Mrs) Silver -- William Tipple Smith's discovery of gold in 1849 and the book: Silver, L. R. A. Fool's Gold (1986)', in Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. 78, Nos 1-2, June 1992, pp. 30-47.

Hodge, Harry, The Hill End Story, Book 1: a history of the Hill End - Tambooroora goldfield, Hill End Publications, Toorak, 1973.

Hodge, Harry, The Hill End Story, Book 2, H. Hodge, Adamstown Heights, 1973.

Hodge, Harry, A guide to historic Hill End, Hill End Publications, Toorak, 1986.

Hueneke, K., 'The high country gold rush', in Canberra Times, 28 August 1976, p. 11.

Hunt, H., 'You can't have it both ways at Captains Flat', in Heritage Australia, vol. 7, no. 2, Winter 1988, pp. 14-16.

Irving, T.H. and Liston, Carol, 'State intervention and equality: administration in the New South Wales goldfields 1851-1853', in From Colony to Coloniser: Studies in Australian Administrative History, 1987, pp. 103-119, 257-261.

Kelton, Jim, Woods Flat gold: the story of mining and settlement on the Woods Flat Gold Field, near Woodstock and Cowra, in the central West of N.S.W., from 1868, J. Kelton, Woodstock, 1987.

Knudsen, Greta, Goldseekers, Knudsen Printing, Waterloo, 1979.

Levins, Christopher, Discovering the heritage of Australia's goldrush, National Trust of Australia (NSW), Sydney, 1986.

Loney, J.K., Yambulla gold: a brief record of the colourful Yambulla goldrush, near Eden, J. Loney, Portarlington, 1987.

MacAlister, C., Old pioneering days in the sunny south, 2nd edn, Library of Australian History, Sydney, 1977.

Mainwaring, Ross, `Tramways Down the Gorge : The Story of Hillgrove, 1887-1921',in Light Railways, Light Railway Research Society of Australia, vol. XXIV, no. 94, October, 1986, and no. 96, April, 1987.

Mc Donnell, Gordon, 'Gulgong: from gold to gold', in Geography Bulletin, vol. 16, no. 2, July 1984, pp. 115-29.

McGowan, B., 'Bywong Town', in Heritage Australia, vol. 9, no. 1, Autumn 1990, pp. 46-48.

McGowan, Barry, `Contest for Ophir gold finally decided in bizarre irony',in Canberra Times, 29 May 1988.

McGowan, Barry, `Corner country of drought, rain and gold', in Canberra Times, 8 February 1992.

McGowan, Barry, `Turning to gold when poverty hits' in, Canberra Times, 12 October 1996.

McGowan, Barry, Bungonia to Braidwood, an Archaeological and Historical Account of the Shoalhaven and Mongarlowe Goldfields, Canberra 1996.

Mitchell, Norman, Copeland gold, N. Mitchell, Edgeworth, 1989.

Morgan, John P., 'Junction Reefs N.S.W.: one hundred years', in AusIMM Mineral Heritage Seminar, 2nd, 1988, Sydney, pp. 11-15.

Morrison, Maurice, Mountains of gold: fine gold mining at Junction Reefs, M. Morrison, Bathurst, 1990.

Moruya and District Historical Society, Mining: gold and silver on far south coast and adjacent island areas of N.S.W. ... , Moruya and District Historical Society, Moruya, 1979.

Moye, D.G., Historic Kiandra: a guide to the history of the district ... , Cooma-Monaro Historical Society, Sydney, 1972.

New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Exploring Hill End: Hawkins Hill, New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Bathurst, 1989.

Orange and Bathurst Historical Societies, Centenary of the first discovery of payable gold, Ophir, 1851-1951, Orange and Bathurst Historical Societies, Orange, 1951.

Palmer, Robert L., 'Winning of gold at Adelong'. Edited extracts of an interview with Mr A.H. Miller, recorded at Wagga Wagga on 21 August 1984, in Journal of the Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society, no. 7, 1986, pp. 49-60.

Pearce, Joyce, Gold nuggets galore at Sofala from 1851, Western Printers, Bathurst, 1982.

Reeves, J., 'The lure of an old digging', in Canberra Times, 26 August 1972, p. 11.

Reynolds, Geoff, Gold fields, northern district of the colony of the New South Wales annual report for 1873, Possum Printing, Batemans Bay, 1993.

Reynolds, Geoff, Gold fields, southern district of the colony of the New South Wales annual report for 1866, 1867 and 1868, Possum Printing, Batemans Bay, 1993.

Reynolds, Geoff, Gold fields, southern district of the colony of the New South Wales annual report for 1871, Possum Printing, Batemans Bay, 1993.

Reynolds, Geoff, Gold fields, northern district of the colony of the New South Wales annual report for 1872, Possum Printing, Batemans Bay, 1993.

Ritchie, W. Roy, Early Adelong and its gold: a tribute to the work of gold poneers William Williams and William Ritchie in the discovery and development of Adelong goldfield, W.R. Ritchie, Adelong, 1987.

Rule, John, The cradle of a nation, J. Rule, Yagoona, 1979.

Rule, John, Sofala days and Turonites: with gold-nugget locations and metal detecting maps, J. Rule, Yagoona, 1980.

Sayers, C.E., & Darbyshire, John, Old Gold Towns of NSW, Rigby, 1971.

Shakespeare, A.T., The Kiandra gold rush and its impact on surrounding districts, Canberra and District Historical Society, Canberra, 1958.

Silver, Lynette Ramsay, A fool's gold?: William Tipple Smith's challenge to the Hargraves myth, Jacaranda, Milton, 1986.

Stean, A., 'The Temora gold', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, Croydon, N.S.W., Joy Kay Publications, vol. 13, October 1976, pp. 3-7.

Stegemann, W.C., 'Kiandra: goldfield and community', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 6, September 1980, pp. 1-9.

Sullivan, Constance, There's gold, K. Barnes, Mosman, 1986.

Sutherland, George, Tales of the goldfields, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1880.

Watts, Anne, Tales of Tucklan and the Stringy Bark goldfields, M Mudgee Guardian, Mudgee, 1993.

Wearne, J.T., Bingara 1827-1937, J.T. Wearne, Bingara, 1985.

Wilkinson, Isabel, Forgotten country: the story of the Upper Clarence gold fields, I. Wilkinson, Lismore, 1980.

Iron Ore

Jack, R. Ian and Cremin, Aedeen, Australia's Age of Iron History and Archaeology, Sydney UP, Sydney, 1994

Mineral sands

Brooks, D.R., 'The mineral sands industry and the land use conflict on North Entrance Peninsula, National workshops on coastal management, 1981', Royal Australian Institute of Parks and Recreation, Belconnen, 1981.

Roberts, P., 'The great Khappinghat "hoodwink"', in National Parks Journal, vol. 36, no. 6, December 1992, pp. 10-12.

Viswanathan, M.N., 'Mineral sand mining at Tomago sandbeds' a paper presented to a conference, 'Planning for environmental change: National Environmental Engineering Conference (20-22 March 1989, Sydney)', The Institution of Engineers, Canberra, 1989, pp. 174-175.

Silver and lead

Anon., 'Broken Hill: Australia's silver city', in The Australian Exporter, Sydney, Export Development Group of N.S.W., July 1951, pp. 13-22, 58.

Anon., 'The rescue of Broken Hill: saving the silver city', in The Bulletin, 10 February 1954, p. 25.

Anon., 'Silverton, N.S.W., Architecture in Australia, vol. 63, June 1974, pp. 74-75.

Anon., 'Silver City: the centenary of Broken Hill 1883-1983', Speakers Corner, no. 1, 1983.

Bartlett, N., 'The story of Broken Hill', in Economic and Financial Survey of Australia (1950-1951), Sydney, Birt and Company (Pty) Ltd., supplement, pp. 9-16.

Blainey, Geoffrey, The Rise of Broken Hill, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1968.

Branagan, D.F.; `The Broken Hill Orebody, New South Wales, Australia: The First Ten Geological Years', in Mineral Search in the South-West Pacific Region - A Memorial to Ken Glasson, The Eighth Edgeworth David Day Symposium, September 1995, University of Sydney, Sydney, 1995, pp. 65- 82.

Bridges, Roy, From silver to steel: the romance of the Broken Hill Proprietary, Robertson, Melbourne, 1921.

Bull, J., 'Silverton's ghosts are gilt-edged', in Walkabout', vol. 21, November 1968, pp. 27-29.

Carroll, Brian, Built of Silver: a history of Broken Hill South, Hill of Content, Melbourne, 1986.

Curtis, Leonard Samuel, The History of Broken Hill, Frearson's Printing House, Adelaide 1908; Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide, 1968.

Dickinson, K.J., Mining history of the silver, lead, zinc and copper deposits of the Broken Hill District to 1939, excluding the main line of lode, Department of Mines, Sydney, 1939. Also reproduced in Bulletin No 21, NSW Department of Mines, 1972.

Drew, G.J., The silver trail. A guide to the heritage of Broken Hill, City of Broken Hill, Broken Hill, 1991.

Dow, H., 'Riches of Australia's "Hill of Mullock",' in New Commonwealth, London, July 1951, pp. 22-25.

Ellis, Barry, Broken Hill, 1883-1983, B. Ellis, Broken Hill, 1983.

Farwell, George, Down Argent Street: the story of Broken Hill, Johnson Publishing Co., Sydney, 1948.

Gourlay, E., 'Memoirs of early Silverton', in Broken Hill Historical Society. Journal and Proceedings, vol. 10, December 1974, pp. 21-26.

Hardy, B, West of the Darling, Brisbane, 1969.

Heintz, Alfred, The Fabulous Hill, Paterson and Co., Melbourne, 1959.

Hertog, Sonja den, The Yerranderie Silver Field, Oaks Historical Society, The Oaks, 1983.

Hughes Trueman Ludlow, Kintore Cut, Broken Hill, Hughes, Trueman, Ludlow, Sydney, 1983.

Hullick, L., 'Umberumberka: our first "Broken Hill",' in Parade, no. 279, February 1974, pp. 4-6.

Kearns, R.H.B., 'Silverton', in Broken Hill Historical Society. Journal of Proceedings, vol. 4, December 1968, pp. 5-8.

Kearns, R.H.B., 'Silverton', in Royal Australian Historical Society Newsletter, no. 138, July 1974, pp. 6-7.

Kearns, R.H.B., Broken Hill, a pictorial history, Investigator Press, Adelaide, 1982.

Koenig, Kay, 'The silver age: an historical account of Broken Hill mining', in Mineral, vol. 21, July 1975, pp. 3.

Koenig, Kay, Broken Hill: 100 years of mining, New South Wales Department of Mineral Resources, Sydney, 1983.

Liebelt, J.L., Challenge and Change, a silver century, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1983.

Maiden, A.N., 'The other side of the hill', in Independent Monthly, April 1990, pp. 31-32.

Mawby, R.P., 'The Salvation Army at Silverton and Broken Hill', in Broken Hill Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, vol. 8, December 1972, pp. 7-19.

McCarthy, J., 'The Junction Mine: Broken Hill mining sites study',in Austral Archaeology, Adelaide, 1990.

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Wallace, R.R., Broken Hill: the silver city, Regional Information Series, vol. 3, no. 2, 1980.

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Woodward, O.H., A review of the Broken Hill lead-silver-zinc industry, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (Inc.), Melbourne, 1952.

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Tin

Alt, Christine, Old Torrington, Torrington Centenary, 1981.

Brown, Helen, Tin at Tingha, Brown, Armidale, 1982.

Carnie, J.E., The Tin mining industry and the distribution of tin ores in New South Wales, Government Printer, Sydney, 1911.

Illawarra Alpine Club, 'Restoration of the Mess Hut, the Tin Mines, Kosciusko National Park', 1991.

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Lobsey, Ian, The Creek, Emmaville Centenary Celebrations Committee, 1972.

Weidemann, E., 'Tin fever ... the Inverell district in the eighteen seventies', in Tide of Time, no. 6, February 1972, pp. 4-10.

Zinc

Woodward, O.H., A review of the Broken Hill lead-silver-zinc industry, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1952.

Energy sources

Coal

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Anon., 'Coal washing plants for N.S.W.: western and northern fields to benefit', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, 1 October 1951, pp. 2 5, 27, 31.

Anon., 'Open-cut coal mining in western N.S.W.: production speed at Ben Bullen Extended', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, November 1951, pp. 25, 27.

Anon., 'Cessnock - coaltown', in Pix, 22 March 1952, pp. 30-35.

Anon., 'New tunnel mine at Stockrington: colliery company to open virgin section', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, 2 June 1952, p. 25.

Anon., 'Maitland main coal mine', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, 1 August 1952, pp. 25-27.

Anon., 'Survey of black coal production in New South Wales', in Electrical Engineer and Merchandiser, Melbourne, Tait Publishing Co., 15 September 1952, pp. 185-86.

Anon., 'New Broken Hill Consolidated mine -- 1: History, Geology, Exploration and development', in Chemical Engineering and Mining Review, Melbourne, Tait Publishing Co., 10 September 1952, pp. 463-469.

Anon., 'The N.S.W. coalfields -- a historical survey', in The Coal Miner, Sydney, The New South Wales' Combined Colliery Proprietors Association, March 1953, pp. 14-17.

Anon., 'The Awaba State Mine: a modern N.S.W. colliery', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, May 1954, p. 25.

Anon., 'Coal mining industry of New South Wales', in Chemical Engineering and Mining Review, Melbourne, Tait Publishing Co., June 1954, pp. 351-55.

Arthur, Hon. J.G., 'State coal mines of N.S.W.: largely increased output predicted'. Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, March 1952, pp. 25, 27, 31.

Beaumont, P.B., 'Conflict in coal: the NSW experience', in Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 17, March 1975, pp. 44-59.

BHP Ltd., 'BHP Coal', in BHP Journal, no. 1, 1978, pp. 2-7.

Branagan, David F., Geology and coal mining in the Hunter Valley, 1791-1861, Newcastle Public Library, Newcastle, 1972.

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Brooks, G., 'The survival of a colliery: Richmond Main Historic Park', in Heritage Australia, vol. 3, no. 2, Summer 1984, pp. 26-30.

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Brown, Jim, W., Bent Backs: an illustrated social and technological history of the Western Coalfields, Industrial Printing Co., Lithgow, 1989.

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Dingsdag, Don, `Technological; Change in the Coalmining Industry of New South Wales, Australia, 1903-1982: The Economic, Social and Political Implications of Restructuring', in Tenfelde, Klaus (ed.), Towards a Social History of Mining in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Papers presented to the International Mining History Congress Bochum, Federal Republic of Germany, September 3rd-7th, 1989, C.H. Beck, Munich, 1992, pp. 504-18.

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Faulkner, C.C., 'Oldest working colliery: Mount Keira now partly modernised', in Australian Coal Shipping Steel and The Harbour, Sydney, 1 June 1948, pp. 19-25.

Faulkner, C.C., 'Pick and shovel mine: but Maitland Main delivers the goods', in Harbour, August 1948, pp. 19-21.

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Schmitz, Christopher, 'Output and employment in the New South Wales coal industry', in Australian historical statistics, monograph 9, Carlton, 1988.

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Tonks, Ed, 'Beneath tidal water': the story of Newcastle harbour collieries, Headframe Publishing, Charlestown, 1985.

Tonks, Ed, Northumberland -- Newstan, 1887-1987: 100 years of coal mining, Elcom Collieries, Cardiff, 1987.

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Turner, J.W., 'The mechanisation of coal cutting in Pelaw main colliery, 1902-5', in Labour History, no. 18, May 1970, pp. 61-67.

Turner, J.W., 'Australia's first great coal export trade', [Newcastle] B.H.P. Journal, Winter 1971, pp. 8-12.

Turner, J.W., 'The entry of the Australian Agricultural Company into the New South Wales coal industry', in Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. 58, December 1972, pp. 233-246.

Turner, J.W., Coal mining in Newcastle, 1801-1900, Newcastle Region Public Library, Newcastle, 1982.

Vickery Joint Venture, 'Namoi Valley coal project: environmental impact statement', Vickery Joint Venture, Gunnedah, 1986.

Walker, A., 'The Social and industrial development of Cessnock and District', in Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. 31, part. 5, 1945, pp. 285-297.

Walker, A., Coaltown: a social survey of Cessnock, New South Wales, Melbourne, pp. 1-8, December 1945.

Ward, A., 'New life for the coal industry', in Voice, October-November 1954, pp. 8-9.

Oil and gas, Oil Shale

Ferguson, Penelope, 'Oil shale in New South Wales', in FN Quarterly, no. 19, March 1988, pp. 36-53.

Knapman, Leonie, Joadja Creek, The Shale oil town and its people 1870-1911, Hale & Iremonger, Sydney, 1988.

Luchetti, A.S., Paridaens, Iris., Cargill, Allan, The Oil Shale Industry, Lithgow District Historical Society, Lithgow, 1979.

Mainwaring, Ross, `Glen Davis Oil Shale Works', in Light Railways, vol. XXX, no. 121, July 1993, and no. 122, October, 1993.

McGowan, Barry, `Help save a once thriving town (Newnes)', in Canberra Times, 19 June 1989.

Precious stones

Barron, F.A., 'The history of White Cliffs opal field. Part 1. From the beginning of 1898', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol. 10, April 1974, pp. 4-8, 10-13; The history of White Cliffs opal field. Part 2. Sandbaggers', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol. 10, May 1974, pp. 19, 21-26; The history of White Cliffs opal field. Part 3. Fights and brawls in the town', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol. 10, June 1974, pp. 33-36; 'The history of White Cliffs opal field. Part 4. The Salvation Army', in Australian Lapidary Magazine, vol. 10, July 1974, pp. 19, 21-26.

Campbell, Elizabeth G., 'Bengonaway, Boggy Camp and Copeton: a history of Inverell's diamond mine, 1872-1914', in Armidale and District Historical Society. Journal and Proceedings, no. 11, December 1968, pp. 20-25.

Hodge, J. and Hodge, M., 'When the opal fever sings in your blood: life at the ridge', in Canberra Times, 16 July 1977, p. 11.

McGowan, Barry, `The opal king', in Canberra Times, 4 December 1991.

McGowan, Barry, `a lacklustre gem "scandal"', in Canberra Times, 18 May 1992.

Nay, Pam, Sapphire fever: stories of Inverell's sapphire boom years, 1960s-1980s, P. Nay and H. Burt, Inverell, 1993.

Associated social history

General

Anon., 'Wife squandered Broken Hill's fabulous riches: Agnes Rasp's extravagance: historical feature', in Daily Mirror, 7 July 1987, p. 18.

Anon., 'Lawless gold town gave birth to competitive skiing: Kiandra's place in history: historical feature', in Daily Mirror, 10 August 1987, p. 12.

Bridle, J., 'Talbingo', The Talbingo Miles Franklin Memorial Committee, Talbingo, 1979.

Cavanagh, Terri, 'History of brutal exploitation and early death', in Workers News, 8 November 1983, pp. 8-9.

Couch, Murray, `Workers' Health and Safety in the Broken Hill Mining Industry: The Generation of Competing Rationalities', in Tenfelde, Klaus (ed.), Towards a Social History of Mining in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Papers presented to the International Mining History Congress Bochum, Federal Republic of Germany, September 3rd-7th, 1989, C.H. Beck, Munich, 1992, pp. 1136-54.

Cubbon, H.A., Work and negotiation in the Broken Hill mining industry, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1966.

Cumpston, A.G., Health and disease in the Broken Hill mining industry, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1968.

Dale, G., The Industrial History of Broken Hill, Fraser and Jenkinson, Melbourne, 1918.

Darbyshire, J., and Sayers, C.E., Old Gold and Mining Towns of Australia, Rigby, Dee Why, 1975.

Dingsdag, Don, 'Over production, under employment and the formative years of unionism: the NSW coalmining industry 1840/1900', in The International Mining History Conference, St Hilda's College, The University of Melbourne, 27-30 August 1985.

Dingsdag, Donald, The Bulli Mining Disaster 1887: Lessons from the Past, Sydney, 1993.

Dowling, P., 'Gold town, ghost town; centenary of Kiandra courthouse', in Snowy Times, vol. 2, no. 8, April 1990, pp. 14-15.

Earp, Rod, W., A history of Earp Brother s & Co. Pty Limited, Newcastle, New South Wales, to mark the company's centenary year, 1883-1983 ..., Earp Brothers, Newcastle West, 1983.

Forestry Commission of New South Wales, 'Mount Dromedary: a pretty high mountain', Forestry Commission of New South Wales, Sydney, 1987.

Geale, Rhonda, The First Rescue Station, Newcastle History Monograph, no. 13, Newcastle Region Public Library, 1989.

Gollan, Robin, The Coalminers of New South Wales: A History of the Union, Melbourne/Canberra, 1963.

Grilanc, Serge, 'The 1949 coal strike', in Workers News, 15 January 1985, pp. 12-13 and 19 January 1985:, pp. 12-13.

Howard, William, A., `The Rise and decline of the Broken Hill Industrial Relations System', in Tenfelde, Klaus (ed.), Towards a Social History of Mining in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Papers presented to the International Mining History Congress Bochum, Federal Republic of Germany, September 3rd-7th, 1989, C.H. Beck, Munich, 1992, pp. 715-36.

Hueneke, K., 'Four Mile Hut: Bob Hughes' Shangri-La in the Kiandra hills', in Snowy River Country, no. 1, Winter, 1985, pp. 10-15.

Idriess, Ion L, The Silver City, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1956.

Kearns, Penelope J., 'The failure of compulsory arbitration in the Broken Hill mining industry (1901-1921)', BA Thesis, Flinders University of South Australia, 1975.

Kennedy, Brian, Silver, sin and sixpenny ale: a social history of Broken Hill, 1883-1921, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1978.

Kennedy, Brian, A tale of two mining cities: Johannesburg and Briken Hill 1885-1925, Melbourne University press, Melbourne, 1984.

Lay, Patricia, `Not What They Seemed? Cornish Assisted Immigrants in New South Wales 1837-77, in Cornish Studies, Three, 1995, pp. 33-59.

Magee, Steve, 'How the Communist Party helped Menzies win office in 1949', in Labor Leader, vol. 6, May 1982.

Manners, William G., `So I headed west': (Ballarat to Broken Hill, to Kanowna, to Kalgoorlie), Hesperian, Carlisle (WA), 1992.

Maroney, R. and Thompson, H., 'Orange: a history of the district', in Locality: June - July 1991, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 3-7.

Martin, David, 'Letter from Broken Hill', in Overland, no. 103, July 1986, pp. 8-12.

McGowan, B., 'The lost mines of the Canberra district, Part 1', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 27, March 1991, pp. 21-26; 'The lost mines of the Canberra district, Part 2', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 28, September 1991, pp. 10-22; 'Lost mines of the Canberra district, Part 3', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 30, September 1992, pp. 25-38.

McGowan, Barry, Lost Mines, Historic Mining Sites in the Monaro Southern Tablelands Districts of New South Wales, Canberra, 1994.

McGowan, Barry, Lost Mines Revisited, Historic Mining Communities of the Monaro, Southern Tablelands and South West Slopes Districts, Canberra, 1996.

McGowan, Barry, `Cowra Creek and other Ghost Towns', in Trust News, The National Trust of Australia, ACT, February 1997, pp. 10-11.

Metcalfe, Andrew, 'Communist leadership on the NSW coalfields', in Arena, North Carlton, Victoria, no. 28, 1987, pp. 52-73.

Metcalfe, Andrew, For Freedom and Dignity, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1988.

Mitchell, Glenn and Piggin, Stuart, 'The Mount Kembla mine explosion of 1902: towards the study of the impact of a disaster on a community', in Journal of Australian Studies, no. 1, June 1977, pp. 52-69.

Moore, Derek, 'Miners recall a long and bitter struggle: the Rothbury Lockout', in Workers News, 9 March 1982.

Mouat, Jeremy, `Industry and Community: A Comparison of Broken Hill (New South Wales), Waihi (New Zealand), and Rossland (British Columbia)', in Tenfelde, Klaus (ed.), Towards a Social History of Mining in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Papers presented to the International Mining History Congress Bochum, Federal Republic of Germany, September 3rd-7th, 1989, C.H. Beck, Munich, 1992, pp. 267-283.

Moye, D.G. (ed.), 'Historic Kiandra: a guide to the history of the district', The Cooma-Monaro Historical Society, Cooma, 1959.

Neale, R.S., 'Life and death in Hillgrove 1870-1914', in Australian Economic History Review, vol. 2, September 1981.

Petersen, G., 'History of the Kosciusko region', in Snow Revelry, June 1954 to December 1957.

Piggin, Stuart and Lee, Henry, The Mt Kembla Disaster, Sydney, 1992.

Prior, Marjorie, 'Ophir and Bathurst gold -- Tom Uren recollects life in the Ophir district', in Historic Australia, vol. 1, January/February 1982, pp. 45-50.

Richardson, Len, 'Political protest in Wollongong', in The Wasted Years? Australia's Great Depression, pp. 42-57.

Sellkirk, W. and Grimm, S., Bibliographies of monographs on Broken Hill and the Far Western Division of New South Wales, 6th edition, Broken Hill City Council, Broken Hill, 1984.

Shakespeare, A.T., 'The Kiandra gold rush and its impact on surrounding districts', Canberra and District Historical Society, Canberra, 1958.

Sherrington, Geoff and Mitchell, Winifred, 'Children and families in nineteenth century Illawarra', in Australia 1888, Bulletin, no. 9, April 1982, pp. 72-82.

Sommerlad, J. 'The changing face of Boonoo Boonoo', in Australian Ranger Bulletin, 1986, vol. 4, no. 1, p. 24.

Swan, Keith., The goldfields society of Temora in 1880, Institute of Riverina Studies, Wagga Wagga, 1971.

Turner, John, 'Labour and capital in the New South Wales coal industry: an historical survey', in BHP Journal, no. 1, 1978, pp. 8-21.

Walker, A., 'The Social and industrial development of Cessnock and District', in Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. 31, pt. 5, 1945, pp. 285-297.

Walker, A., Coaltown: a social survey of Cessnock, New South Wales, Melbourne, pp 1-8, December 1945.

Warren, John, Reminiscences of Broken Hill, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1963

Warren, P.H., Accidents in Broken Hill mines, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1932.

Wilton, J., 'The Chinese in New England: the necessity of fieldwork, the fragility of memory', in Oral History Association of Australia Journal, no 11, 1989, pp. 42-57.

Ziegler, O., Snowy saga, Oswald Ziegler Publications, 2nd edn, Sydney, 1960.

Equipment and structures

Alexander, J.M., Timbering methods at the North Mine, North Broken Hill Ltd, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1940.

Anderson, F.S., Mining practice at the Zinc Corporation Ltd, Broken Hill, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1946.

Armstrong, Peter, Looking Up the Gully Line. A History of the Waratah Colliery, P. Armstrong, Newcastle, 1995.

Birmingham, J., 'Hill End: an introduction to the mining sites and relics in NSW', in 'The tide of Australian settlement', Australia ICOMOS, Beechworth, 1978, pp. 53-58.

Carey, T.M., The surface plant at the Zinc Corporation Mine, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1940.

Conan-Davies, M., 'Mining heritage of the Canberra region', Australian Mining Industry Council, Canberra, 1988.

Eardley, Gifford, H., The Railways of South Maitland Coalfields, Australian Railway Historical Society, Sydney, 1969.

Eardley, Gifford, H., Stephens, E.M., The Shale Railways of N.S.W., Australian Railway Historical Society, Sydney, 1974.

Godden, D., South Maitland railways: technology and operations, National Trust of Australia (New South Wales), Sydney, 1985.

Higginbotham, E. and Jack, R. Ian, 'The Asgard Swamp mine and kiln near Mt Victoria, New South Wales: an archaeological report', in Australian Archaeology, no. 15, December 1982, pp. 54-66.

Mackay, R., 'Conservation and industrial archaeology: recent work by the National Trust (NSW ), in Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology, vol. 4, no. 9, 1986, p. 16.

Mars, Frederick J., Electrical power application on the Broken Hill mines, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1922.

Mayson, J.L., The design and construction of a reinforced concrete headframe for the haulage shaft at the NBHC Ltd. Mine, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1956.

McCarthy, Ken, Steaming down Argent Street: a history of the Broken Hill Steam Tramways, 1902-1926, Sydney Tramway Museum, Sutherland, 1983.

McCarthy, J.P. and Connell, J.E., 'Cadia conservation study', Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Adelaide, 1989.

Powell, Carol, 'Vale coke ovens', in Australian Archaeology, no. 15, December, pp. 67-75.

Preston, Ron, G., The Richmond Vale Railway, N.S.W. Rail Transport Museum, Thirlmere, 1989.

Ring, S., Contract to record and assess gold mining remains in the Macquarie Turon goldfields, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney, 1983.

Scarborough, John, `Early History of Compressed-Air Rock Drilling in New South Wales', in Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. 60, no. 2, June 1974, pp. 124-31.

Shoebridge, John W., `The Gully Line Passenger Train', in Australian Railway History Society Bulletin, no. 313, November, 1963.

Shoebridge, John W., `Railways of the Great Cobar', in Australian Railway History Society Bulletin, no. 383, September, 1969.

Shoebridge, John W., `The Cangai Railway', in Australian Light Railway Research Society, Light Railways, Issue 134, 1996, pp. 3-18.

Shoebridge, John W., `The Steam Shovel Story', in Australian Light Railway Research Society, Light Railways, Issue 135.

Tonks, Ed, Adamstown via Fernleigh: trains and collieries of the Belmont line, New South Wales Rail Transport Museum, Burwood, 1988.

Processes

Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (Broken Hill Branch), The development of processes for the treatment of crude ore, accumulated dumps of tailings and slime at Broken Hill, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1930.

Blair, David, K., `The Career of the Gold Dredge in New South Wales', in Transactions of the Australasian Institute ofMining Engineers, v. 10, 1905, pp. 289-302.

Fitzpatrick, W.E., Developmental practices operating at North Broken Hill Ltd., Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1944.

Henderson, E.T., The history of ore treatment processes in Broken Hill, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1928.

Johnstone, C.B., `A History of the Origins, Formation and development of the Broken Hill Associated Smelters Proprietary Ltd. at Port Pirie, South Australia', Ph.D. thesis, University of Melbourne, 1982.

Martin, C.H., et al, Australasian Coal Mining Practice: Monograph 12, Australasian Institute of Mining and metallurgy, Illawarra Branch, 1993.

Parson, Keith P.W., Milling practice at the Central Mine, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1931.

West, Alan R., Mining methods in use at North Broken Hill Ltd, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Parkville, 1940.

People and organisations

Anon., 'Australian industries, no. 1: the Broken Hill Pty. Co. Ltd.', in Industrial and Mining Review, July 1952, pp. 16-19.

Bateson, Charles, A gold commissioner, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1972.

Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Fifty years of industry and enterprise, 1885-1935, Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Melbourne, 1935.

Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Eighteen hundred and eighty five, nineteen hundred and sixty: seventy-five years of B.H.P. development in industry, Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Melbourne, 1960.

Fischer, Ruth Trant, The Hog's back; the story of the men who made Broken Hill, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1970.

Fitzpatrick, John, The Barrier Industrial Council: Union development on the Barrier, its role in the life of the city, Barrier Industrial Council, Broken Hill, 1967,

Galbraith, John S. and McCulloch, Samuel Clyde, 'The Early history of the Peel River Land and Mineral Company: the P.G. King era', in Australian Economic History Review, vol. 22, March 1982, pp. 28-48.

Hore-Lacy, Ian, Broken Hill to Mount Isa, Hyland House, Melbourne, 1981.

Hoskins, Cecil, The Hoskins Saga, Halstead Press, Sydney, 1969.

Howard, W.A., Barrier Bulwark, The Life and Times of Shorty O'Neil, Willry, Kew, Victoria, 1990.

Hueneke, K., 'Charles Carter: hermit of the high country', in Canberra Historical Journal, no. 28, September 1991, pp. 27-32.

King, John F.A., Edward Hammond Hargreave, Esq, Summit Books, Sydney, 1977.

Knapman, L., 'The Australian Kerosene, Oil and Mineral Company Limited at Joadja Creek', in History, no. 4, April 1989, pp. 4-5.

Sainisch, R. Maja, 'Charles Rasp: a born gentleman', in Journal and Proceedings (Broken Hill Historical Society), vol. 20, December 1984, pp. 81-91.

Silver, Lynette Ramsay, A fool's gold? William Tipple Smith's challenge to the Hargreaves myth, Jacandra, Milton, 1986.

Turner, John W., James and Alexander Brown 1843-1877, Newcastle Public Library, Newcastle, 1968.

Zinc Corporation Limited, The first fifty years, The Consolidated Zinc Corporation Limited, Broken Hill, 1956.

Heritage surveys/Archaeology

Anon., 'Trust lists historic goldfields area', in National Trust Magazine, no. 51, September 1989, pp. 8-10.

Ballard, L. and Mullins, R., Plan of management, Adelong Falls Reserve, New South Wales. Department of Lands, Wagga Wagga, 1985.

Flood, J., Cultural resources of the Australia alps: Australia's alpine areas: management for conservation, National Parks Association of the ACT, Canberra, 1986.

Hueneke, K., 'Kosciusko huts register', National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra, 1982.

Jack, R. Ian and Cremin, Aedeen, Australia's Age of Iron: History and Archaeology, Sydney University Press, Sydney, 1994.

Latona, Masterman and Associates, 'Silverton Heritage Study', Latona, Masterman and Associates, East Sydney, 1987.

Latona, Masterman and Associates, 'Broken Hill heritage study', Latona, Masterman and Associates, East Sydney, 1987.

McGowan, B., 'Joadja', in Heritage Australia, vol. 8, no. 4, Summer 1989, pp. 20-23.

McGowan, Barry, `Aspects of goldmining and mining communities in the Shoalhaven area of New South Wales - an archaeological and historical study', in Journal of Australasian Historical Archaeology, vol. 10, 1992, pp. 43-54.

McGowan, Barry, Historic Mining Sites in the Monaro, Southern Tablelands Districts of New South Wales, A Report to the New South Wales Department of Planning and the Australian Heritage Commission, November 1993.

McGowan, Barry, Historic mining survey of the Shoalhaven and South West Slopes Districts of New South Wales, A Report to the New South Wales Department of Planning and the Australian Heritage Commission, November 1995.

Meyers, P. and Rubbo, A., 'Uralla heritage study', Newtown, 1987.

Nelsen, I., 'Adelong: report to Urban Conservation Committee', I. Nelson, 1975.

University of Sydney, 'Survey of historical sites, Lithgow area', Department of Environment and Planning, Sydney, 1987.