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Alexander Vindex Vennard (11 July 1884–16 February 1947), or 'Bowie', was an Australian writer known by several pen names, principally Bill Bowyang. The name bowyang referred to a piece of cord strapped below the knee of a wearer's trousers. He wrote of swagmen, bushmen, horsemen, and the digger. Vennard also collected and preserved bush ballads.

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Kuranda, Qld. : Rams Skull Press, 1986
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