Life on the Goldfields

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Life on the Goldfields by Mind Map: Life on the Goldfields

1. Jobs and People

1.1. Aboriginal

1.1.1. can't hunt

1.1.1.1. white men chased the animals away

1.1.2. traded with diggers

1.1.2.1. possum skin rugs

1.1.2.2. bush food

1.2. women

1.2.1. 2 of them once found gold

1.2.1.1. when washing dishes

1.2.1.1.1. by the creek

1.3. chinese

1.3.1. also expert gardeners

1.3.2. supplied others with

1.3.2.1. fruit

1.3.2.2. vegtables

1.4. some professional people

1.4.1. doctor

1.4.2. gold diggers

1.4.3. teachers

1.4.4. blacksmith

1.4.5. butcher

1.4.6. storekeeper

1.4.7. shoemaker

1.4.8. dentist

1.4.9. and so on

2. Clothing

2.1. Main Diggers

2.1.1. Women

2.1.1.1. bonnet

2.1.1.1.1. large

2.1.1.2. dresses

2.1.1.2.1. large

2.1.1.2.2. neck high

2.1.1.2.3. tight waists

2.1.1.3. petticosat

2.1.1.3.1. cotton

2.1.1.3.2. bloomers

2.1.1.4. stockings

2.1.1.4.1. striped

2.1.1.5. boots

2.1.1.5.1. hardwearing

2.1.2. Men

2.1.2.1. coats

2.1.2.1.1. frock

2.1.2.2. shirt

2.1.2.2.1. white

2.1.2.3. pants

2.1.2.3.1. hardwear

2.1.2.4. gloves

2.1.2.5. shoes

2.1.2.5.1. boots

2.1.2.6. Undershirt

2.1.2.6.1. striped flannel

2.1.2.6.2. Cotton

2.1.2.7. trousers

2.1.2.7.1. moleskin

2.1.2.8. belts

2.1.2.8.1. leather

2.1.2.9. hats

2.1.2.9.1. wide

2.2. Rich Digger

2.2.1. Women

2.2.1.1. gloves

2.2.1.1.1. white

2.2.1.2. sleeves

2.2.1.2.1. lace

2.2.2. Men

2.2.2.1. suits

2.2.2.2. hats

2.2.2.2.1. the higher

3. Education/Schooling

3.1. 8hrs

3.1.1. 9:00-5:00

3.1.2. 12:00-2:00

3.1.2.1. lunch

3.2. school uniform

3.2.1. no

3.3. start school

3.3.1. when

3.3.1.1. reached the goldfields

3.4. homework

3.4.1. no

3.5. write on

3.5.1. slates

3.6. subjects

3.6.1. arthimetic

3.6.2. handwriting

3.6.3. geography

3.6.4. reading

3.6.5. religion

3.6.6. history

4. Life of Children

4.1. work

4.1.1. didn't do as much as adults

5. Entertainment/Leisure

5.1. parents

5.1.1. going to

5.1.1.1. public parks

5.1.1.2. gardens

5.1.1.3. art galleries

5.1.1.4. libraries

5.1.1.5. fishing

5.1.1.6. rollerskating rings

5.1.2. music making

5.1.3. pipe smoking

5.1.4. singing

5.1.5. theatre

5.1.6. celebrations

5.1.7. story telling

5.1.8. Sunday

5.1.8.1. slept in

5.2. children

5.2.1. boys

5.2.1.1. marbles

5.2.1.2. jacks

5.2.1.3. pulling along

5.2.1.3.1. horse cart

5.2.1.4. toy theatre

5.2.1.5. bowling

5.2.1.6. dancing

5.2.1.6.1. cancan

5.2.2. girls

5.2.2.1. skipping games

5.2.2.2. dolls

5.2.3. all

5.2.3.1. puzzles

5.2.3.2. goldfield games

5.2.3.3. imaginary games

6. Food

6.1. damper

6.2. fruit

6.3. vegtables

6.4. fish

6.4.1. tuna

6.4.2. trout

6.4.3. meat

6.5. drinks

6.5.1. tea

7. Housing

7.1. tent

7.2. huts

7.2.1. bark

7.2.2. window

7.2.2.1. slab

7.3. chinese

7.3.1. joss houses

7.3.1.1. like a temple

8. Transportation

8.1. feet

8.2. carriages

8.2.1. horses

8.3. ship

8.4. animal

8.4.1. bullocks

8.4.2. horses

8.4.3. donkeys

9. Illness

9.1. no hospitals

9.1.1. most likely

9.1.1.1. you would die

9.2. children

9.2.1. boys

9.2.1.1. slept

9.2.1.1.1. underclothes

9.2.1.1.2. undershirts

9.2.1.2. pants

9.2.1.2.1. long

9.2.1.2.2. held by

9.2.1.3. shirt

9.2.1.3.1. striped

9.2.1.4. jackets

9.2.1.4.1. short

9.2.1.5. headwear

9.2.1.5.1. hat

9.2.1.5.2. cap

9.2.2. girls

9.2.2.1. dressed like there mother

9.2.2.2. stockings

9.2.2.2.1. bright, coloured

9.2.2.3. boots

9.2.2.3.1. leather

9.2.2.4. dresses

9.2.2.4.1. full skirt

9.2.2.4.2. waist

9.2.2.5. when outside

9.2.2.5.1. cape

9.2.2.5.2. jacket

9.2.2.5.3. hat

10. Equipment

10.1. cradle

10.2. pan

10.3. bucket

10.4. sluice

10.5. brush

10.6. spade

10.7. pick

10.8. windlass

10.9. dredge

11. Interesting facts

11.1. started in

11.1.1. 1851

11.2. famous entertainer

11.2.1. Lola Montez

11.3. fight

11.3.1. caused by

11.3.1.1. alcohol

11.4. dirty water caused by

11.4.1. typhoid

11.4.2. dysentery

11.5. boys under 5

11.5.1. wore girls

11.5.1.1. clothes

11.5.2. had

11.5.2.1. long hair

11.6. single digger

11.6.1. lived in tents

11.7. licence took control of

11.7.1. the diggers

11.8. men and women wore

11.8.1. different clothes