The Resource A family of hunters : Tucker time, Phil Tucker & Barbara Jamieson-Tucker

A family of hunters : Tucker time, Phil Tucker & Barbara Jamieson-Tucker

Label
A family of hunters : Tucker time
Title
A family of hunters
Title remainder
Tucker time
Statement of responsibility
Phil Tucker & Barbara Jamieson-Tucker
Title variation
Tucker time
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"This is a story about more than one generation of the Tucker family with the common bond of hunting and the outdoors. The Tuckers and the Jamiesons were hunting families, both had been used to living off the land. Phil Tucker had a passion for hunting, his work as a woodsman and later deer culler and Forest Ranger took him to different parts of the country. One location was Galatea where he became acquainted with the Jamieson family. Mick Jamieson was not only a keen hunter but had rather an attractive daughter, Barbara, who was also interested in hunting. Mick became a hunting partner and Barbara eventually became Phil's wife"--Back cover
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
NZNB
Dewey number
799.2993
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
A family of hunters : Tucker time, Phil Tucker & Barbara Jamieson-Tucker
Publication
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • CQ_ALEX
  • HA_HAST
  • HA_FLAX
  • BLENHEIM
  • TI_GERALD
  • TI_CHILD
  • TI_TEMUKA
  • WG_DAVIS
  • INGLEWOOD
  • KW_KAWERAU
  • WP_MTP
  • PUKEARIKI
  • TG_TGA
  • TG_PAP
  • TG_GTN
  • SN_DARFLD
  • TI_TIMARU
  • TI_TIMARU
  • RO_ROTORUA
  • RO_ROTORUA
  • XB_TEPUKE
  • GY_GREY
  • OT_OTOR
  • DISCARDS
  • DP_MOSG
  • DP_CITY
  • WD_WDL
  • TR_PAH
  • DISCARDS
  • HN_CHART
  • PN_CENTRAL
  • HN_POP
  • PN_AWAPUNI
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
"This is a story about more than one generation of the Tucker family with the common bond of hunting and the outdoors. The Tuckers and the Jamiesons were hunting families, both had been used to living off the land. Phil Tucker had a passion for hunting, his work as a woodsman and later deer culler and Forest Ranger took him to different parts of the country. One location was Galatea where he became acquainted with the Jamieson family. Mick Jamieson was not only a keen hunter but had rather an attractive daughter, Barbara, who was also interested in hunting. Mick became a hunting partner and Barbara eventually became Phil's wife. Phil and Barbara, not only hunted together they also introduced their children to outdoor sports, with son Aaron continuing the family tradition becoming a very successful hunter himself. And now his daughters are following in his footsteps, Mikayla to become a hunter herself, whilst Andrea simply loves the outdoors, running and cycling. Phil and Barbara are both accomplished distance runners, Barbara particularly at the marathon distance, and both love music, writing and poetry. This is an engaging book with hunting trips throughout New Zealand and even an excursion to Australia, as the Tucker family enjoys the great outdoors." --Back cover
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
336 pages
Isbn
9781877566219
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
u2519713
System control number
  • (Sirsi) SL1173114
  • (OCoLC)802430816
  • (Nz)14304042
  • (NLNZils)1565024

Library Locations

    • Inglewood Public LibraryBorrow it
      46 Rata Street, Inglewood, 4330, NZ
      -39.1557014 174.2074029
    • Puke ArikiBorrow it
      1 Ariki Street, New Plymouth, 4342, NZ
      -39.0570668 174.0736107
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