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|Title:||The John McDouall Stuart Story - Where are the women?|
|Publication location:||Alice Springs|
|Publisher:||National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame|
|Notes:||Compiled by Anne Scherer to celebrate the 150th anniversary of John McDouall Stuart's 1860 expedition to Central Australia. This publication may be reproduced for use in the classroom but all other uses require permission from National Pioneer Womens Hall of Fame|
|Description / Abstract:||This classic view of Stuart includes several other characteristics – a tendency for enjoying hard liquor and ‘not the most prudent man with his money’, awkward in company and having a liking for being on his own in the bush, and having no place in his life for women. It is not the case, however, that there were no women in Stuart’s life, and this set of notes explores the many and varied female influences on him and contributions to his life – from his family in Scotland to those to this day who champion his cause by writing about him, celebrating his successes and generally helping to keep his spirit alive.|
Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
|Physical Description:||69 unnumbered pages : illustrations, portraits; 30 cm.|
|Subject Location:||Alice Springs|
|Copyright owner:||Check within Publication or with content Publisher.|
|Appears in Collections:||E-Publications|
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