By Lois Shepheard
Steeped in learn and laced with the magic of folklore and the secret of The Sight, a present – or even, curse – of visions handed alongside the generations, Black McIntosh to Gold is an absolutely ripened cultural adventure of the ancestors.
This dependent and dramatic heritage bargains a transparent window into the start of Australia. It offers voice to the country’s founders, to made up our minds males, ladies and kids who got here to Australia hoping for chance and a greater life.
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