Where Was Gold First Discovered?

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Gold is a chemical element with a symbol Au. It was first discovered in New South Wales at Bathurst in the year 1815. Later in the same year, it was discovered in Victoria at Bendigo and Ballarat. Gold has been a valuable and highly sought after precious metal for jewellery, coinage and other arts.
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Gold was first discovered in Coloma California by John A. Sutter and James Marshal in 1848. John and James were partners in building a sawmill. James was getting his water from a
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Gold was first discovered in prehistoric times, nobody knows where, when or by whom.
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Gold is one of several modern day elements that was known to the ancients. We do not know who was the first to discover gold nor do we know where it was first discovered. Lead and
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Gold was first discovered in CA by James Marshall in Jan. 1848 on the banks of the American River. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 10:15PM EST. Source:
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Gold is in the Earth and it is located all over the globe. Gold was used by the Ancient Egyptians and other societies. Some history has the first discovery of gold dating back to 400AD. You can find more information here: http://www.goldipedia.gold.org/history_and_culture/
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