The Great Bullocky Race
Title The Great Bullocky Race PDF eBook
Author Michael F. Page
Publisher
Pages 55
Release 1984-01-01
Genre Australia
ISBN 9780855721398

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The Great Bullocky Race was run between Swan Hill on the River Murray and the seaport of Robe in South Australia. Donald MacDonald and his daughter Alice the girl bullocky (of the red hair and freckles) reckoned they could beat Foxy Murphy and his son Young Wally on the race to the sea. This book tells the story of their adventures as they and their bullock teams contested the longest bullocky race ever run in Australia.



The Great Bullocky Race
Title The Great Bullocky Race PDF eBook
Author Michael F. Page
Publisher Dodd Mead
Pages 55
Release 1988
Genre Australia
ISBN 9780396092001

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Two well-known and competitive Australian bullockies undertake a fierce race, accompanied by their more peaceable children, to prove their superiority in driving their teams of cattle.



Great Bullocky Race
Title Great Bullocky Race PDF eBook
Author Michael Page
Publisher
Pages
Release 2002
Genre
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Georgia in Black and White
Title Georgia in Black and White PDF eBook
Author John C. Inscoe
Publisher University of Georgia Press
Pages 314
Release 2009-11-01
Genre History
ISBN 0820335053

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The eleven essays in this collection explore the variety of ways in which whites and blacks in Georgia interacted from the end of the Civil War to the dawn of the civil rights movement. They reveal the extent to which racial matters infused politics, religion, education, gender relationships, kinship structure, and community dynamics. In their focus on a broad range of individuals, incidents, and locales, the essays look beyond the obvious injustices of the color line to examine the intricacies, ambiguities, contradictions, and above all, the human dimension that made that line far less rigid or absolute than is often assumed. The stories told here offer new insights into, and provocative interpretations of, the actions and reactions of the men and women, black and white, engaged on both sides of the struggle for racial justice and reform. They provide vivid testimony to the complexity and diversity that have always characterized southern race relations.



British Sports and Pastimes. 1868
Title British Sports and Pastimes. 1868 PDF eBook
Author Anthony Trollope
Publisher
Pages 340
Release 1868
Genre Amusements
ISBN

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Stories of Childhood
Title Stories of Childhood PDF eBook
Author Dean W. Duncan
Publisher McFarland
Pages 292
Release 2015-10-29
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 1476621403

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This study questions the widely held perception that books, as an artistic medium, are superior to and more respectable than film or television, sometimes considered frivolous and pernicious. Criticism of both the big and small screens often obscures their signal accomplishments and the entertainment and insight they provide. The author analyzes our distaste for these media—and the romanticizing of the printed word that accompanies it—and argues that books and films are in fact quite complementary. A broad survey of film and TV offerings explores what enacted narratives have taught us about the nature of childhood.



The Cheltonian
Title The Cheltonian PDF eBook
Author Cheltenham College
Publisher
Pages 412
Release 1868
Genre Endowed public schools (Great Britain)
ISBN

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