2 edition of wild west in Australia and America found in the catalog.
wild west in Australia and America
by Central Queensland University Press in Rockhampton, Qld
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DU115 .D73 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||1876780665, 1876780673|
|LC Control Number||2006361283|
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Fried provides details (the book runs pages) that are often compelling. This is a great read for anyone interested in the settling of the West, the railroads, 19th-century entrepreneurs, eating out and, of course, the “girls” of Fred Harvey. Originally published in the April issue of Wild West. At the start of the 20th Century, The West is still a wild land. Many have tried to tame it and their efforts become the stuff of legend and myth - gunfights at the OK Corral and Indian Wars. Over.
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In this volume of The Wild West, Drake tells stories about the squattocracy, the cattle kings and the land barons; mounted police, sheriffs and posses in the pursuit of their elusive prey; bushrangers and outlaws and why they are so loved in popular fantasy; stockmen, ringers and cowboys; early white settlement and both friendly and hostile contact with indigenous peoples; and six shooters, gun slingers, snider rifles.
The Australian Outback and the American Wild West were two of the last frontiers in the territorial conquests and expansions of the 19th century. In each chapter Drake takes a theme and compares true stories and real life characters - which Wild West was wilder and more colourful.
The Wild West in Australia and America Volume 1 of Wild west in Australia and America: Author: Jack Drake: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Boolarong Press, ISBN:Summary The Australian Outback and the American Wild West were two of the last frontiers in the territorial conquests and expansions of the 19th century.
These frontier territories were wild, lawless and extremely colourful. Fishpond Australia, The Wild West in Australia and America: An Historical Comparison of True Frontier Tales: v. 1 by Jack DrakeBuy. Books online: The Wild West in Australia and America: An Historical Comparison of True Frontier Tales: v.
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Question:Did Australia have a "Wild West" period. Australia had a “bushranger” period which was comparable to the Wild West era in the United States. A number of criminals roamed the Outback areas of the country, robbing settlers and travelers.
Title: The Wild West in Australia and America Author Name: Jack Drake Categories: U.S.A., Australian History, Publisher: Australia, Boolarong Press: ISBN Number. The image of a Wild West filled with countless gunfights was a myth based on repeated exaggerations.
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As long as people fondly gaze back at the hills and plains of the 19th-century American West and believe the frontier to be significant in understanding America today, William Cody will remain standing on the hilltop waving a Medal of Honor in one hand and a Wild West poster in the other.
“For generations of Americans and Europeans,” writes Louis S. Warren in his page biography of a man who was Missing: Australia. 10 Fascinating books about the Wild West Reader's Digest Editors Author Erik Storey shares his ten favourite books featuring the American West including both historical Westerns, and contemporary ones set in the rugged and wild areas that we consider the West.
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Australia had cowboys of its own during The Old West time in the USA. In Australia they were called Stockmen. They also had their own brand of outlaw and they called them Bush Rangers. There is a very famous poem in Australia called “The Man from Snowy River”.
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