Title: Legends of the Red Heart: Twenty-Six Heroes ...
Publisher: Central Queensland University Press
Publication Date: 2002
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
171 pp., illustrations, maps, bibliography. Alice Springs has a special place in the hearts of Australians. It is our most remote city, surrounded by the red sands of the central deserts and roaming camels. There have been legendary characters right from the beginning whose faith has inspired them to open up Central Australia, to make it a great place to live or a unique spot to visit. Ida Standly, Carl Strehlow, Daisy Bates, John Flynn, Albert Namatjira, Eddie Connellan and twenty other colourful characters are the inspiring subject of this book. They gave everything they had in order to make Alice Spings and the Red Heart the most legendary place in Australia, a place of pilgrimage where we quest for our soul as a nation. Every region needs its heroes. They are the lifeblood of inspiration and a source of pride. Legends of the Red HEart tells their stories. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 1876780118AUS032812
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