- Bushwhackers (disambiguation)
The words bushwhacker and bushwacker (spellings are often used interchangeably) may refer to:
Bushwhacking, a North American term for hikers and cross-country skiers who make their own trails
*Bushwacker, an Australian term for someone who spends his or her time in the bush.
Bushwhackers, guerrilla fighters in the American Civil War.
*Bushwacker, a type of robotic battlemech in the
BattleTech/ MechWarriorgame series.
Millwall Bushwackers, a football firmassociated with Millwall F.C.
*An alternate term for a bush plane, or a crop duster.
Layo & Bushwacka!, British record producers.
The words bushwhacker bushwackers and bushwakker are also the names of:
*Bushwacker, a comic book character.
The Bushwhackers, a professional wrestling team from New Zealand.
*The Bushwackers, an
Australian country musicband.
* Bushwakker Brewing Company, an award winning
brewpubin Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
*"The Bushwackers" (film), a 1952 Western movie starring John Ireland and Dorothy Malone.
A variant of the word,
Buschwhacker, is used to describe NASCAR NEXTEL Cupdrivers participating in Busch Seriesevents.
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