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For Kalgoorlie's pioneering gold diggers the pickings were rich indeed, but if the pickings were rich, so too were the costs of essential miner's supplies.
Early reports of the time indicate that Kalgoorlie's miners were forced to live on overpriced "tinned dog" - a commonly eaten but universally detested canned meat product.
Iron Knob Kimba Wudinna Minnipa Poochera Wirrulla Streaky Bay Smoky Bay Ceduna Denial Bay Penong Cactus Beach Fowler's Bay Nundroo Yalata Head of Bight Nullarbor Border Village Eucla Mundrabilla Madura Eyre Bird Observatory Cocklebiddy Caiguna Balladonia Norseman Kambalda Kalgoorlie Coolgardie Esperance Kalgoorlie Town Hall (1908) Kalgoorlie is located 40 kilometres east of Coolgardie, 595 kilometres east of Perth and 200 kilometres north of Norseman.
The traditional landowners of the Kalgoorlie area are the Maduwangka people and the name Kalgoorlie is said to mean "Silky Pear Bush" in the local aboriginal language.
Archaeology in Australia takes three main forms, Aboriginal archaeology (the archaeology of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia before and after European settlement), historical archaeology (the archaeology of Australia after European settlement) and maritime archaeology.
Bridging these sub-disciplines is the important concept of cultural heritage management which encompasses Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sites, historical sites and maritime sites.
Archaeologists and Aboriginal elders are hoping the most comprehensive study of rock art done in the Kimberley region will confirm the images to be among the oldest made by humans anywhere in the world.
Australian archaeology is a large sub-field in the discipline of archaeology.
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One of the peer review authors who reviewed the paper prior to publication predicted it could become a benchmark for studies of this type as it addressed a complete lack of chromometric data for rock art in Australia and elsewhere.
Another reviewer called it the most significant rock art and dating paper to have been produced in Australia for over 25 years.