After the gold rush, Deborah Bryceson

After the gold rush, Deborah Bryceson
The value of gold as a metal appreciated for human adornment and as a medium for facilitating exchange dates back to the mists of history in many parts of the world that have witnessed wealth accumulation. By contrast, in areas away from world trade routes, gold is likely to have been noticed but not widely valued by indigenous Read More…

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