The Roaring Days
Reminiscences of outback Australia from the early 1900s; includes references to Ulcannia and Wadikali peoples; Ulcannia people almost wiped out by typhoid after nursing miners; trial of Coo-goona for murder; killing boomerang.
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CHAPter PAGE I SHE HATES OUR GUTS
If I HAD MY TIME OVER
DONT LET EM GRIND YOU DOWN
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