Travels in the interior of America, in the years 1809, 1810, and 1811; : including a description of upper Louisiana, together with the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee, with the Illinois and western... (1817)
John "Brad" Bradbury (born 16 February 1953, Coventry, England) is the drummer with The Specials. He co-wrote "The Selecter", a joint "A" side with "Gangsters".He joined The Special AKA when the original Specials split in 1981; they had a Top 10 hit with "Free Nelson Mandela". He was the main instigator. During the lifespan of the Special AKA, he also headed a band called JB's Allstars, releasing several singles on 2-Tone. Bradbury agreed to participate in the reunion tour of The Specials in 2009.Bradbury attended Kingston-upon-Hull Regional College of Art where he was awarded BA (Hons) Fine Art, and Aston University where he gained a PGCE.
By John Bradbury ...; The author ascended the Missouri River in company with the Pacific Fur Company's expedition 1811, under command of Wilson P. Hunt.; Appendix: Vocabulary of some words in the Osage language -- Oration delivered by the Big Elk, the chief of the Maha...
by John Bradbury. Electronic reproduction. New York : JSTOR, 2009 (19th century British pamphlets) Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to subscribing institutions. System requirements : Adobe Acrobat reader required to view PDF file. Mode of access : WWW.