Almanac Footy History – Special offer on Roy Hay’s Book of the Month

Roy Hay’s  wonderful new book about the history of indigenous footballers and their role in the development of footy as we know it today was recently launched at the MCC Library by Greg de Moore.

 

For this month Roy’s publishers have made his book their Book of the Month,  offering  a discounted price to purchase, details below.

 

Roy Hay & Greg de Moore at the MCC Library launching Roy’s book.

 

Roy Hay, Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK, 2019. ISBN: 9781527526488 Hardback, A5, 315 pages, illustrated. RRP £64.99.

 

 

It is CSP’s Book of the Month for July 2019 and is available from the website below for £32.50 including postage or c. $59.09 (straight rate of exchange calculation as at 3 July 2019)

 

Use promotion code: BOMJUL19

 

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The postage for a single copy of the book is £6.50 GBP, orders for 8 or more copies please order at orders@cambridgescholars.comwhere CSP offers discounted delivery.

 

For more from Roy Hay click HERE

 

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Comments

  1. Colin Ritchie says

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading your book Roy. A review will be forthcoming on the Almanac site shortly.

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