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Issue Details: First known date: 1981... 1981 'Red Jack'
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The story of 'Red Jack', or Hannah Glennan, whose childhood was spent on an isolated station where she developed expert skills as a horse-breaker. With her life dogged by tragedy with the deaths of her parents, siblings, and husband, while still a young woman Hannah took to the outback routes and lived the rest of her life as a nomadic horse-breaker until she too was killed in a fall from a horse.


  • Author's note: January 10, 1948

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Campfire Tales Campfire Tales : an Anthology of True Stories of the Pioneering Days from Around the Campfire, Feature in the North Queensland Register Glenville Pike (editor), Mareeba : Pinevale Publications , 1981 Z1871794 1981 anthology prose Mareeba : Pinevale Publications , 1981 pg. 11-14
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