Kolar was hired by Boulder D.A. Mary Keenan Lacy in the spring of 2004 and stepped into the lead investigator role a year later.
At the Mysore census, 1901, a single Burman was recorded as being engaged at the Kolar gold fields.
Then he began thumping for Kolar, the next station east of Rowe, and the second ahead of the runaways.
The municipality called the Kolar Gold Fields had in 1901 a population of 38,204; it has suffered severely from plague.
The Kolar gold field is about seven miles in length, and averages about two to three miles in width.
The mines in the Kolar gold field during 1890 extracted 106,903 ounces of gold.