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The AGM and
meeting scheduled to have taken place on Saturday, 1st October 2022 at Doggett's Coat & Badge, Blackfriars
Bridge, London, SE1 9UD had to unfortunately had to be cancelled due to the
disruption on Network Rail preventing many members from attending.
the AGM in 2023 is underway but will take place on first Saturday in
ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN
Although for 18 months we had planned that our next gathering would take
place on Saturday, 6 November 2021 at the National Motorcycle Museum in
Bickenhill, Solihull, near Birmingham, to celebrate our belated 20th and 21st
anniversaries, we eventually met on Saturday, 11 June 2022 in a Conference Room
called The Crow's Nest.
The venue for our Gathering in 2023 is still being worked on and
will be confirmed as soon as possible.
In the meanwhile please take care.
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PEOPLE OF THE BUFFALO'
STUDIES IN HONOUR OF
DR. JOHN C. EWERS
Coordinated and Edited by the late
Colin F. Taylor and Hugh Dempsey
Contact English Westerners' Society to order Volume 1 and 2 in the UK.
'Ravenous Monsters in Society'
A reprint, with notes, of
Terrible Quintette” by John Newman Edwards, originally
published in the St. Louis Dispatch in November 1873 and
represents the beginning of the manufactured ‘Robin Hood’ legend
that attached itself to Jesse James.
of Rorke's Drift: The Life of Henry Hook V.C.
Barry C. Johnson,
is well-known within the English Westerners' Society for his outstanding
biographical works on the lives of people who made their mark in the
American West but here he provides a fascinating account of the life of
Henry Hook whose participation at the battle of Rorke's Drift, where he
was awarded his V.C. for his gallant conduct, was made famous in the film
Zulu. This book tells the real story of the life of this
Gloucestershire born working man.
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other organisations and societies, updated regulations require members
to be informed and reminded of the situation with regard to members’
Both the EWS and CAGB
retain a record of members’ names, addresses, telephone numbers and
e-mail addresses. These details are used to send to members
publications, details of meetings, and other news and items relevant to
the neither the EWS or CAGB. They are never shared with or given to any
other organisation or individuals. All members have a right to know what
data is held on them.
(This policy has always
applied to both the EWS and CAGB.)
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those to the respective secretaries whose contact details are on the
respective organisations webpage.