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Poster
Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services.
Albert Charles Cooke,Theodore and Christopher Ballerstest, 1869. State Library of Victoria (H82.291)
Thonen and Ross from The Revolt at Eureka’ by R. Wenban. Schools Publishing House, 1959.
The Day Before the Battle from The Revolt at Eureka’ by R. Wenban. Schools Publishing House, 1959.

The Germans were the first organised group of non-English speakers to come to Australia. Before the Unification of Germany in 1871 Germans had lived in a patchwork of provinces. Early German arrivals in Australia, mainly farmers and tradespeople, came from Brandenburg, Silesia and Posen. After the revolution of 1848 a number of middle-class Germans arrived from southern provinces including Bavaria. Large numbers of Germans were present on goldfields such as Ballarat, Bendigo and Talbot.[1]

... The insurgents, we learn, are all with very few exceptions, diggers, and we regret to hear it re ported, that very many of them are French Americans, and Germans. Our informant tells us that great intimidation is used by those under arms towards the quiet, peaceful, and industrious diggers, no work being allowed, and any man seen going into his hole being threatened with the consequences. ...[2]

Theodore Ballerstedt, Magdeburg, Germany

T.C. Bode, born Hannover

Edmund Bloehm

Michael Bloehm

Edward Thonen[3]

William Heise[4]

Thomas Henfield[5]

John Hafele[6]. born Wurtenberg.

August Klauer

L.H. Kopke, born Hamburg

Adolfus Lessman[7], born Hanover

Hyman Levinson

Gustav Muhlhan

John Spanake[8]

Herman Steinman[9]

Johann Struck

Henry Stusz

Frederick Tauschke[10]

Frederick Vern[11]

Conrad Zilles, born Maintz, Hesse-Dormstadt

Also See

Country of Origin

Eureka Deaths

External Links

http://prov.vic.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/eureka-on-trial/perspectives

References

  1. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  2. Cornwall Chronicle Launceston, 09 December 1854.
  3. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  4. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  5. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  6. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  7. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  8. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  9. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  10. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.
  11. Eureka - A Multicultural Event by Dorothy Wickham and Clare Gervasoni, http://www.ballaratheritage.com.au/articles/nationalities.html, accessed 27 March 2013.


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