Hopeful men took the rough track north of Alice heading for the gold fields of Tennant Creek. During the Great Depression men took to the roads seeking ways of earning a living, some left families in southern cities, others struck out on their own to make their fortune – but many were single men.
Nancy Mannion came to Tennant Creek in 1936 and vividly recalled the journey.
|Preview||Issue Date||Title||Other title||Author(s)|
|2009||Getting there||-||Mannion, Nancy|
|1-Jan-1937||C of E utility bogged||-||-|