Frederick Wordsworth Ward was a bushranger that operated under the name "Captain Thunderbolt" in the Uralla region of New South Wales. Accompanied by a range of offsiders including his wife Mary-Ann Bugg, he ruled the roads and became known as a gentleman bushranger. He held no truck with unnecessary violence or murder, turning away accomplices that had committed an act of either. He was eventually gunned down by a police constable as he drunkenly tried to cross a creek on foot.
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Blind Navajo woman stands next to her yellow Labrador Retriever guide dog. She wears a maroon long skirt, black velvet top, turquoise jewelry, a squash blossom necklace and her hair is in a tsiiyéé (traditional Navajo bun) wrapped in a turquoise colored yarn. She holds a white cane in her left hand and has her right arm raised in a fist. The words "Disability is an Intersection" above her.
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