Daughter of the Territory

î Daughter of the Territory ☆ Jacqueline Hammar, î Daughter of the Territory ☆ Jacqueline Hammar, Daughter of the Territory, Jacqueline Hammar, Daughter of the Territory A future Australian classic an epic story of love and survival in the wilds of the Northern TerritoryJacqueline Hammar has spent most of her life in the remotest reaches of the Northern Territory In her father arrived there on the back of a camel By the time Jacqueline was born he d become a mounted trooper working in a succession of outback towns chasing down muA. î Daughter of the Territory ☆ Jacqueline Hammar - Daughter of the Territory, Daughter of the Territory A future Australian classic an epic story of love and survival in the wilds of the Northern TerritoryJacqueline Hammar has spent most of her life in the remotest reaches of the Northern Territory In

  • Title: Daughter of the Territory
  • Author: Jacqueline Hammar
  • ISBN: 9781760112011
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback

î Daughter of the Territory ☆ Jacqueline Hammar

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Daughter of the Territory

716 thoughts on “Daughter of the Territory

  1. Jacqueline Hammar Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Daughter of the Territory book, this is one of the most wanted Jacqueline Hammar author readers around the world.

  2. I listened to this as an audio book and thoroughly enjoyed the story and the narrator The author wrote of a world now mostly gone with humour and an obvious fondness I enjoyed going along for the ride literally

  3. Very interesting and informative journey on the life of the outback territorians, fantastic read and never realised how hard it was for those early settlers to the NT

  4. Daughter of the Territory is a comprehensive autobiography outlining the early pioneering days, hardworking people and hardships of living in remote Australia Author Jacqueline Hammar recalls her childhood experiences living both in Darwin and remote bush locales from her eighty plus years living in the region The book begins with Jack, Jacqueline s Father, a World War I veteran who worked on the establishment of the territory s telegraph line to Darwin Jack then went on to become a mounted poli [...]

  5. This is the story of Jacqueline who was born and bred in the Northern Territory from 1929 onwards Apart from a short stint in Brisbane her entire life was spent battling harsh living conditions, perilous situations and the true killer of the outback isolation Having grown up in many a bush pub ran be her family her tale begins Upon meeting and eventually marrying a cattleman adventurer named Ken Hammar her true experiences within the Top End took on whole new aspects This is an incredible tale t [...]

  6. Daughter of the Territory by Jacqueline Hammer follows her life story from her birth in Darwin, Northern Territory in 1929 She spent her childhood in many different bush towns then onto Darwin for school and then Brisbane in Queensland to finish her education at the outbreak of World War Two She returned to the Territory and met her future husband After they married they moved onto a huge cattle station.This book follows the harsh life of a white woman in the Australian Outback.There are many st [...]

  7. I received a free copy of Daughter of the Territory as part of First reads This was an interesting read of life in Northern Territory back when no one knew much of anything about it I was quite surprised to learn how people were living out in the bush up until the 70 s I can t imagine barely living with power for the majority of my life in an isolated outback.The book was a bit here and there Some of the stories were great and interesting but other parts dull and slow but I suppose that is life [...]

  8. ARC I found parts of this book a little slow but for the most part I really enjoyed reading of the author s experience of life in the Outback Reading of familiar places I ve been to or lived near also helped add to the enjoyment The imagery which was in my head from the descriptions of events and experiences of the author was another plus.

  9. Loved this book ago a girl growing up in the Outback It was so interesting to read about things that my Great Grandma, who is five years older than the author and is still alive and kicking, would have experienced to some extent i would recommend to anyone who wants to read about life in Outback Australia.

  10. This is an interesting memoir of life on a cattle station in Northern Territory It gives the reader wonderful insights into this frontier territory Jacqueline Hammar was born in 1929 The story begins with her childhood, follows her through her teenage years into her married life with Ken Hammar She is a brave woman with huge amounts of fortitude I think the book is well worth reading.

  11. Great story of a courageous outback spirit We need people like this in Australia What ever happened to her station in the NT

  12. So far not terribly impressed by this book Was ok but nothing out of the ordinary and boring in parts

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