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Bushrangers, rebels and gold : stories under the Southern Cross
Bib ID 6152262
Format BookBook
Author
Hocking, Geoff, 1947-
 
Description Scoresby, Vic. : Five Mile Press, 2012 
3 v. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; each 24 cm., in slip case. 
ISBN 9781743461938
9781743009918
9781743007952
9781743006344
Full contents
  • Gold fever
  • Under the Southern Cross
  • Wild colonial boys.
 
Notes

Title from slip case.

"Three-book set"--Slip case.

Wild colonial boys is an expanded, rev. and redesigned ed. of Bail up!, published 2002.

Gold fever is a rev., updated and reformatted ed. of To the diggings!, published 2000, and republished in 2006 as Gold.

Under the Southern Cross is a rev. and reformatted ed. of Rebel chorus, published 2007.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Frontier and pioneer life - Australia.  |  Bushrangers - Australia - History.  |  Gold mines and mining - Australia - History.  |  Australia - History.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Gold fever  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Under the Southern Cross  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Wild colonial boys  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Bail up!  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- To the diggings!  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Gold  |  Hocking, Geoff, 1947- Rebel chorus

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