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Biographical entry Rosales, Henry (c. 1820 - 1916)

Born
c. 1820
Cadiz, Spain
Died
1916
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Mining engineer

Summary

Henry Rosales was a manger of some of Victoria's mines and a Fellow of the Royal Geological Society, London. He was also the Mayor of Walhalla and wrote reports for the Victoria Department of Mines.

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Events

1831 - 1836
Education - Educated at Hofwyl in Switzerland
1837
Education - Educated at the Freiberg Academy of Mining and Technology in Germany
1841
Education - Educated in Berlin
1844 - 1853
Career position - Mining Engineer in Spain
1853
Life event - Migrated to Australia (Melbourne)
1862 - c. 1865
Career position - Manager of the New N. Clunes Co. mine in Victoria
1865 - 1878
Career position - Manager of Walhalla Co. in Walhalla, Victoria
1870
Career position - Chairman of the Board of Gippsland Mining
1878 -
Award - Fellow of the Royal Geological Society, London

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Journal Articles

  • Rosales, Henry, 'Laboratory Report', Victoria Department of Mines, Annual Report of the Secretary, 1895, pp. 26-30. Details
  • Rosales, Henry, 'Laboratory Report', Victoria Department of Mines, Annual Report of the Secretary, 1896, pp. 21-26. Details

Online Resources

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