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During the last quarter of the 19th century, one of the most successful goldfields mined in South Africa was that at Pilgrims Rest. The sifted sand of the Blyde River produced gold nuggets in abundance and attracted miners and adventurers from all over the world. They made their own frontier laws and amusements and many stories have been written about them. But throughout this record of a long-forgotten period, the fortunes of an attractive woman miner run like a thread. She was Constance Vivian, born in Exeter, Devonshire. Not only did she pan much gold from her claim, but she made a great deal of money for she was an astute business woman. In Pilgrims Rest she found success, happiness and tragedy. This book tells the story of Constance Vivian. Published 1970 - good condition.
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