Jim Crow goldfield

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The Jim Crow goldfield was part of the Central Victorian goldfield in Victoria, Australia. Located in the valley of Jim Crow Creek, gold was mined there in the mid-nineteenth century. The goldfield was close to the localities of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs.[1]

Relics of gold mining activity can be seen there.[2][3]

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