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"Mad Dan" Morgan: An Overview

Born in 1830 in New South Wales, John Fuller was the son of Mary “The Gypsy” Owen, a promiscuous Irish lass, and George Fuller, a greengrocer. 889 more words

Australian History

Spotlight: "You'll Be Surprised" by Bill Beatty

“YOU’LL BE SURPRISED” The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954) 12 March 1947: 3 (Playtime Children’s Newspaper). Web. 22 Jul 2017 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18006254&gt;.

Australian History

Outlaw Bronco Copper Ale

Drink: Outlaw Bronco Copper Ale
Source: Outlaw Brew Co., Southampton, Ontario
ABV: 5.6%
IBUs: 30
Size: 473 mL tallboy
Cost: $2.95

True to its name, this ale is a healthy copper colour in the glass, with medium density head. 93 more words

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Video: How Harry Power Escaped from Pentridge

Harry Power was one of the last bushrangers during the height of the bushranging era. He had a reputation for escaping from tight situations and traversing large distances in short periods of time. 12 more words

Australian History

Album of the Month: So You Wannabe An Outlaw - Steve Earle

Outlaw country is as much about a rebellious attitude as punk or rock ‘n’ roll ever were. Johnny Cash had it in spades, Willie Nelson rolls it up and smokes it for breakfast and Steve Earle is the living embodiment of it. 276 more words

The Outlaw

Jane Russell in a publicity still for her film debut in The Outlaw (1943).

Jane was the first actress in Hollywood best known for her physical attributes.   36 more words

Jane Russell

The Outlaw

Jane Russell and Jack Buetel in The Outlaw (1943)

Jane Russell