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Wild cards : eccentric characters from New Zealand's past

Author: John Dunmore
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : New Holland, 2006.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dunmore
ISBN: 186966132X 9781869661328
OCLC Number: 122280635
Description: 175 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Knight of the southern seas, Peter Dillon --
The Scottish Moses, Norman McLeod --
The sovereign chief, Charles de Thierry --
Biddy of the Buller, Bridget Goodwin --
The resilient superintendent, James Macandrew --
The storyteller, Jackson Barry --
The theatrical pirate, Bully Hayes --
The balladeer of the goldfields, Charles Thatcher --
Captain America, George Moonlight --
The Dunedin gadfly, James Grant --
The sheep stealer, James Mackenzie --
The lord in his castle, William Larnach --
The turncoat, Kimble Bent --
Hermits in the bush, Donald Sutherland, Māori Bill and Jules Berg --
The nomads, Ned Slattery and Russian Jack --
The light-fingered governess, Amy Bock --
The red professor, Alexander Bickerton --
The god Osiris, Arthur Worthington --
The defender of racial purity, Lionel Terry --
The banker's daughter, Katherine Mansfield --
Lovers in exile, Henry and Annie Chaffey --
The king of Poland, Geoffrey de Montalk --
the lone politician, John A. Lee --
The lady and the brothel, Flora MacKenzie --
Poet on the margin, Rex Fairburn --
Mabel of Sydenham, Mabel Howard. Peter Dillon --
Norman McLeod --
Charles de Thierry --
Bridget Goodwin --
James Macandrew --
Jackson Barry --
Bully Hayes --
Charles Thatcher --
George Moonlight --
James Grant --
James Mackenzie --
William Larnach --
Kimble Bent --
Donald Sutherland, Maori Bill and Jules Berg --
Ned Slattery and Russian Jack --
Amy Bock --
Alexander Bickerton --
Arthur Worthington --
Lionel Terry --
Katherine Mansfield --
Henry and Annie Chaffey --
Geoffrey de Montalk --
John A. Lee --
Flora MacKenzie --
Rex Fairburn --
Mabel Howard. Individuals described (not chapter titles): Peter Dillon --
Norman McLeod --
Charles de Thierry --
Bridget Goodwin --
James Macandrew --
Jackson Barry --
Bully Hayes --
Charles Thatcher --
George Moonlight --
James Grant --
James Mackenzie --
William Larnach --
Kimble Bent --
Donald Sutherland --
Maori Bill --
Jules Berg --
Ned Slattery --
Russian Jack --
Amy Bock --
Alexander Bickerton --
Arthur Worthington --
Lionel Terry --
Katherine Mansfield --
Henry and Annie Chaffey --
Geoffrey de Montalk --
John A. Lee --
Flora MacKenzie --
Rex Fairburn --
Mabel Howard. Knight of the Southern seas: Peter Dillon --
The Scottish Moses: Norman McLeod --
The sovereign chief: Charles de Thierry --
Biddy of the Buller: Bridget Goodwin --
The resilient superintendent: James Macandrew --
The storyteller: Jackson Barry --
The theatrical pirate: Bully Hayes --
The balladeer of the goldfields: Charles Thatcher --
Captain america: George Moonlight --
The Dunedin gadfly: James Grant --
The sheep stealer: James Mackenzie --
The lord in his castle: William Larnach --
The turncoat: Kimble Bent --
Hermits in the bush: Donald Sutherland, Maori Bill and Jules Berg --
The nomads: Ned Slattery and Russian Jack --
The light-fingered governess: Amy Bock --
The red professor: Alexander Bickerton --
The god Osiris: Arthur Worthington --
The defender of racial purity: Lionel Terry --
The banker's daughter: Katherine Mansfield --
Lovers in exile: Henry and Annie Chaffey --
The king of Poland: Geoffrey de Montalk --
The lone politician: John A. Lee --
The lady and the brothel: Flora MacKenzie --
Poet on the margin: Rex Fairburn --
Mabel of Sydenham: Mabel Howard.
Responsibility: John Dunmore.

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