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A world-wide history of civilisation from ancient times with early barter to the need for currency, money and banking, in the present day.
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Article by Hans-Hermann Hoppe, an Austrian School economist and philosopher, about the meaning of paper money and its affects on the world economy.
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The Original Gold Rush Colony is home to a Bower Bird. This article from the NSW Government website gives insight to this unusual native species.
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Over 250 bird specis of birds have been identified in our region by the Eurobodalla Natural History Society. Many of these can be seen at the Original Gold Rush Colony, in the Mogo state forest or at nearby Batemans Bay.
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Britain was the First country to Industrialise. However other countries followed quickly, with the use of coal, iron railroads, trains and shipping leading to rapid changes throughout Western Europe, United States and even Japan.
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