An ‘I have Who Has’ game about Australian convicts. There are 15 cards in total. Historical terms used: male convict, female convict, magpie suit, cat-o'-nine tails, penal colony, ticket of leave, conditional pardon, full pardon, convict shelter, female factory, slops, bolter, convict children, bushranger and John 'Black Caesar'.
Print double sided to have a picture of Port Arthur on the reverse side.
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