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History of the Australian bushrangers / by George Boxall
Bib ID 710139
Format BookBook
Author
Boxall, George E. (George Eedes)
 
Uniform Title Story of the Australian bushrangers
Description [Sydney] : Home Entertainment Library, 1935 
xi, 376 p. 
Summary

Black bushrangers - Musquito, Black Mary, Black Jack in Tasmania; black trackers - Tommy, Johnny Bein Bar, and Billy Burgan in N.S.W.

Notes

Originally published under title: The story of the Australian bushrangers -- London : Swan Sonnenschein, 1899.

Subjects Bushrangers.  |  Law enforcement - Police trackers.  |  Crime - Bushrangers and outlaws.  |  Tasmania (Tas)  |  New South Wales (NSW)  |  Tasmania (Tas)  |  New South Wales (NSW)

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