Ned Kelly: Australian Ironoutlaw

Ned Kelly was born in June 1855 to a proud Irish Catholic family whose resentment of the British set the precedent for his life. Washed deep with the convict…
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Ellen – a woman of spirit by Noelene Allen; Published by Network Creative Services; Edited by Chester Eagle; First published in 2012; ISBN 9780958016216; ISBN 9780987278005 (eBook); A5 (148mm x 210mm); Hardcover 248 pages.
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Australian Son – the story of Ned Kelly by Max Brown; Published by Network Creative Services; Edited by Chester Eagle; First published in 2013; ISBN 9780987278012; ISBN 9780987278029 (eBook); A5 (148mm x 210mm); Hardcover 312 pages.
two books on blood in the dust and blood in the mist by n n baron
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Blood In The Dust – inside the minds of Ned Kelly and Joe Byrne by A.N. Baron; Published by Network Creative Services; First published in 2004, revised and republished in 2008; ISBN 0958016259; A5 (148mm x 210mm); Softcover 226 pages.
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Ned – The Exhibition by Ian Jones, Published by Network Creative Services; Photography by Matthew Deller; Edited by Ben Collins; First published in 2002; ISBN 0958016224; A5 (210mm x 148mm); Softcover 136 pages.
the book i was at the kelly gang round - up by david mcinner
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I Was At The Kelly Gang Round-Up by Judith Douthie; Published by Network Creative Services; Edited by Noeleen Lloyd; First published in 2007; ISBN 9780958016285; A5 (148mm x 210mm); Softcover 224 pages.
the book cover for ned kelly's novel, the iron outflow by brad webb
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Ned Kelly: The Iron Outlaw by Brad Webb; Published by New Holland Publishers; Edited by Susie Stevens; First published in 2017; ISBN: 9781742579863; 125mm x 177mm; Softcover 208 pages.
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Arrested at dawn in his King Valley mountain hideout, Harry Power was captured by Superintendent Nicolson along with Superintendent Hare and Sergeant Montfort. Harry wrongly believed that Ned Kelly had betrayed him.
Aboriginal Mounted Police, usually described as ‘blacktrackers’, pose at Benalla with, from left, Senior Constable King, Stanhope O’Connor, Superintendent Sadleir and Chief Commissioner Standish. The Aboriginal troopers were the only police pursuers Ned truly feared, referring to them as ‘six little demons’, although in reality only five survived with Corporal Sambo perishing enroute. Vintage, Demons, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Culture, Aussies, New World Order
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Aboriginal Mounted Police, usually described as ‘blacktrackers’, pose at Benalla with, from left, Senior Constable King, Stanhope O’Connor, Superintendent Sadleir and Chief Commissioner Standish. The Aboriginal troopers were the only police pursuers Ned truly feared, referring to them as ‘six little demons’, although in reality only five survived with Corporal Sambo perishing enroute.
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Charge sheet for the murder of Constable Thomas Lonigan – the crime for which Ned stood trial in Melbourne. At the Beechworth hearing he was also charged with the murder of Constable Michael Scanlon but the prosecution case was demolished by Ned Kelly’s solicitor.
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Site of the Stringybark Creek gunfight, taken by a photographer by the name of Burman a week after the police killings. Locals represent, from left, Ned Kelly, Thomas McIntyre and Michael Kennedy. Due to the number of times McIntyre would perjure himself up to, and including, Ned Kelly’s trial, the positions are very rough estimations.
an old coin with the word sixpence on it next to a small piece of fruit
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Kelly Gang souvenirs. During the hold-up of the National Bank at Euroa, eighteen year old clerk Bob Booth asked Dan Kelly and Steve Hart for souvenirs of the occasion. Dan gave him a crooked sixpence while Steve presented a bullet engraved with the letter ‘H’. These unique relics were donated to National Australia Bank Group Archives by Mrs Alexa Snellgrove, daughter of Bob Booth.
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A hastily drawn study from the ‘Australasian Sketcher’ shows Ned Kelly leaning on the dock, as he did for his famous pre-sentence debate with Sir Redmond Barry the presiding judge who regarded Ned as an enemy of society and, in his eagerness to dispose of him, conducted a highly fallacious trial.
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An ‘Australasian Sketcher’ illustration of Thomas Curnow stopping the train using his wife’s red scarf and a lantern.
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Only hours after he had administered the sacraments to a critically wounded Ned Kelly, Father Matthew Gibney, ran into the burning Glenrowan Inn and found the bodies of Joe Byrne, Dan Kelly and Steve Hart.
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Circulated throughout Victoria and the Riverina district of New South Wales, petitioners for Ned’s reprieve signed forms like this. When the petition was presented to Parliament, more than 32,000 men, women and children had signed. Another 28,000 signatures are said to have been collected by the day of Ned’s execution. The Victorian Government attempted to discredit the sheer volume of signatures by labelling the participants as undesirables made up of ruffians and the dregs of society.