She mentioned that her uncle was a bit of a gold fossicker
, picking up small gold nuggets around his property.
You'll find the best exclusive Dealers gathering in a single arena who have those "hard to find" pieces.Interesting finds and bargains for the discerning fossicker
and the avid collector.a plethora of collectables ranging from vintage jewellery, china, glassware and fashionalia to collectable tin toys, linen, books and ephemera.
Beachcombing: A Fossicker
's Guide to Whiteness and Indigenous Sovereignty.
Major Percy Black was also awarded the DSO and DCM and was regarded by many of his contemporaries as the bravest man in the AIF--a remarkable achievement for a thirty-eight year old gold fossicker
with no previous military experience.
A gold miner can mean a digger in the first few years of the rushes seeking his fortune, a fossicker
or alluvial miner, or a wage labourer on the deep-leads or hard-rock mines in Victoria or other colonies.
(3.) For further discussion of this see Anne Brewster "Writing Whiteness: the Personal Turn," Australian Humanities Review 35 June (2005); "Teaching The Tracker in Germany: a journal of whiteness," in The Racial Politics of Bodies, Nations and Knowledges, eds Barbara Baird & Damien Riggs (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, in press); "Beach combing: a fossicker
's guide to whiteness and indigenous sovereignty," in Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts, eds Roger Dean & Hazel Smith (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, in press)
who are from the Rashaida tribe in eastern Sudan claimed that the attack took place near the North Darfur state remote area of Dissa on the border with Libya.
Bingara is located in an area called Fossickers
Way, situated on the Gwydir River in the North West of NSW.
A gold-bearing ore body outcrop at the foot of limestone hills at Jambusan about seven kilometers from Bau had been worked by Chinese fossickers
over many years.
Thus, by now the new work was called for, and it conscientiously does its updating duty by flagging doubtful old information; taking account of the last four decades or so of advances in analytical techniques and changes in species nomenclature; posting notice of changes in the status of localities; even giving helpful advice to fossickers
(the Australian term for field collectors) who might want to dig Tasmanian treasures for themselves.