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Julie Cracknell Julie Cracknell i(8101048 works by)
Gender: Female
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y separately published work icon Once upon a Long Ago : My Life in the Bush and the City Once Upon a Long Ago: Stories of My Working Life Newtown : Cracknell & Lonergan Architects Pty Ltd , 2014 8101130 2014 single work biography

'Stories told by Albert Williams about his working life on various stations and sheering sheds in outback NSW and later at Tranby Aboriginal College in Glebe, where he eventually served on the Board of Directors. Albert Williams was born in 1933 in Brewarrina and grew up in Bourke. His father was a WWII veteran and grandfather a police tracker. Albert's family history describes the importance of Gundabooka Mountain in Ngemba country. The book includes a collection of Albert's poems and paintings, and is dedicated to his grandparents.' (Source: Google Books website)

2008 winner Rona Tranby Award
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