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The Wide World magazine March 1937 Contains part 1 of "The girl opal-miner" by Minnie Berrington p444 - 455

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E.O.Hoppe's Australia Edited by Graham Howe Assay by Erika Esau and Graham Howe

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ICI - Handbook of Blasting Tables Metric Edition - 1977 Compiled from various sources by the Technical Staff of ICI Australia Ltd Explosives Division

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Walkabout by Charles & Elsa Chauvel, W H Allen, 1959

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Book "They Struck Opal" by E.F. Murphy "Tales of men and mines in the heyday of Australian Opal" Ted Murphy wrote about his life from when he left school in 1875 to work on a station on the Murrumbidgee River then to stations further outback. His first mining venture was for gold at Mt Brown and Milparinka then was in Wilcannia running  a General Store at the end of 1889, at the time when Alf Richardson, Charlie Turner, George Hooley and W.H. Clouston arrived at Wilcannia to secure rights to mine for opal on Momba Station (which became the White Cliffs [...]

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Will the Wonderkid by Stephanie Owen Reeder is a fictionalised retelling of the story of Will Hutchison and the discovery of opal.

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The Story of George & Frances Bartram and their Descendants Lutheran Publishing House, copyright 1986, ISBN 1 86252 044 4

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In the Wake of History 1801 - 1994 History of the Wake Family compiled by Helen Rogers, 1994, ISBN 0 646 20519 6

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When Camels Did the Carting by M.A. Harcourt. Mary Halliday, first woman on the Coober Pedy opal fields in 1921, wrote this unpublished manuscript about her life travelling and working in outback Australia.

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