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n the mid-1800s, what event played a part in the large increase in British immigration to Australia? A. Aborigines moved to the Outback. B. British colonists discovered gold. C. British colonists were allowed to adopt Aboriginal children. D. Captain James Cook described the excellent ranch lands available.
In the mid-1800s, "British colonists discovered gold" played a part in the large increase in British immigration to Australia.
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