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Overview of Peter Lalor

Lalor married Alicia Dunne on 10 July 1855 in Geelong. Their daughter, Anne, was born in Prahran in 1856; their son Joseph was born at Sandridge (now called Port Melbourne) on the 18 of may 1857. Anne Lalor married Thomas Lempriere in 1882, but died three years later of lung phthisis. Joseph Lalor became a medical doctor, marrying Agnes McCormick of Dublin, Ireland and leaving young.

Lalor was a good speaker and a natural leader. He urged the miners to use violence, but one peoples respect because fought for what he believed in. Peter Lalor was a good, strong -minded, courageous person educated as an engineer but arrived to Victoria in 1852 seeking for gold

The after life
Lalor married Alicia Dunne on 10 July 1855 in Geelong. Their daughter Anne, was born in Prahran in 1856, their son Joseph was born at Sandridge (now called Port Melbourne) on 18 may 1857. Anne Lalor married Thomas Lempriere in 1882, but died three years later of lung phthisis. Joseph Lalor became a medical doctor, marrying Agnes McCormick of Dublin, Ireland and leaving descendants.

Contents page

Overview of Petor Lalor 2

Life of the miners 4

Events that led to the Eureka Stockade 6

Events of the Eureka Stockade 8

How is shaped Australian Democracy 10

Events of the eureka stockade

In December 1854, a unit of gold miners from Ballarat, managed by Petor Lalor, built a timber fort, or Stockade, at the Eureka diggings, took up guns and battled the government’s herds. They believed that they were fighting for fairness and the right to vote, but the Victorian government of the time saw them as traitors who must be conquered.

The miners met again on Bakery hill, and the Eureka flag was raised to represent the war that went on for fighting for gold.
In the Eureka Stockade there wasn’t just English men, there were also Chinese, aboriginal and many more other people from different cultures. After the conflict, around 25

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