Secondhand.Fair condition. This book was rescued from a shed and has foxing and other marks on the foredges. Dust jacket is damaged at tail edge. Please see images for more information.
This books brings together three short stories relating to the authors' working lives.
Footprints in the Dusk by W W Ammon recounts the author's experience of moving from his family's farm in Ballingup to travel north to seek work. As an eighteen year old, Ammon becomes a post cutter on a cattle station.
A Bushman's Apprenticeship by Jim Carson tells the story of a Perth boy lured north in pursuit of adventure. Carson undertook a variety of jobs in his apprenticeship including jackaroo, drover, and shooter.
Bush Parson by Hubert R Trenaman recreates the author's experience as a young Methodist minister in central and northern Wheatbelt during 1929-1932.