Inquiry Question: 2
What was the population in Victoria gold fields?
Between 1851 and 1860, people came to Victorian gold fields and 300,000 came from England and 5,000 came from New Zealand and 40,000 were Chinese and 75,000 were British and there was lots and lots of people there and they came to Victorian gold fields.
And there was lots and lots of people and mostly use the gold for more food and some items and there was lots of things to trade and they work really hard. Too and they just kept minding and digging and they were working hard.
So stuff got traded and some of the country's got what they wanted so some other countries came and they just came and the minding and digging began and they kept working.