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Table 4 Temporal meanings in Bowen (2010)

From: Circumstantiation: taking a broader look at circumstantial meanings

Cl Clauses Circumstance Downranked circumstance Qualifier Downranked Qualifier
1 The arrival of some 35,000 Chinese gold miners to Victoria during the 1850s increased demand for fish, a Chinese dietary staple. during the 1850s    
3 In each of these regions fishing has historically played a major economic role. historicallya    
4 Many of these Chinese migrants probably already had commercial fishing experience. already    
6 At a time when most Melbourne and Sydney based European fishermen were earning approximately £50 per year Chinese people working in Australia were earning that much every day. At a time [[when most Melbourne and Sydney based European fishermen were earning approximately £50 per year]]    
7.1 During the 1860s, one Chinese fish dealer, and there were many, earned over ten times more from fish sales annually than both Melbourne’s and Sydney’s European fish markets combined. During the 1860s    
10.1 For approximately 20 years from the early 1850s Chinese people in the US caught and cured whatever fish came into their nets. For approximately 20 years
from the early 1850s
   
11.1 By the 1870s, specialized catching and curing camps were established By the 1870s    
13 In 1880, an estimated $229,858 (US) worth of Chinese cured fish was exported from San Francisco to Hong Kong. In 1880    
14.3 This was a substantial amount especially considering that the retail value of all fresh fish sold in the San Francisco markets during 1877 was only US$220,000.   during 1887   
16.2 Archival and archeological evidence from America’s Chinese fishing history correlates with recent research from Australia to suggest material connection that provide an important basis for studying Chinese migrations during the 19th century.     during the 19th century
  1. a historically is understood to mean “in the past” in this context