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The Resource Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging : the stark story

Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging : the stark story

Label
Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging : the stark story
Title
Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging
Title remainder
the stark story
Title variation
Australian bushranging
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1915-2003
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wannan, Bill
Dewey number
364.155/0994
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
A Curry, O'Neil book
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bushrangers
  • Bushrangers
Label
Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging : the stark story
Instantiates
Publication
Note
First published as Tell 'em I died game, Adelaide: Rigby, 1963
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.[281]-288
Contents
Part one: a short life and a merry one: an introduction to bushranging -- The day Ned Kelly died -- To hell with Ned Kelly -- Nasty, brutish, and short -- How they died -- Why they roamed the ranges -- Codes of the bush ranges -- Folk heroes -- Part two: we'll scorn to live in slavery: the convict-bushrangers -- Black Caesar -- Mike Howe: Governor of the ranges -- The saga of Matthwe Brady -- Bold Jack Donahoe -- John Lynch's confession -- Jacky-Jacky -- Martin cash: the Robin Hood of Van Diemen's land -- The bold advantures of Dalton and Kelly -- A cage for Moondyne Joe -- Part three: I'll fight, but not surrender: the wild colonial boys -- Lords of the Lachland Country: Frank Gardiner, Johnny Gilbert and Ben Hall -- The Mudgee mail robbery -- Dan Morgan: travellers' friend and squatters' Foe -- The Gallant Captain Thunderbolt -- Harry Power: the Daring Highwayman -- The strange career of Captain Moonlite -- The rise and fall of the Kelly Gang -- Jack Bradshaw: the last of the notorious bushrangers -- Part four: Come all Australia's sons to me: Bushranging Lore and Legend -- A letter from Mike Howe and his gang to Lieut-Governor Davey's answer to the bushrangers letter -- The hero of Van Diemen's land -- The last of the infamous Braddy's Mob -- A matter of taste -- Bold Jack Donahoo -- Bold Jack Donahoe -- Old Ireland lies groaning -- Brave Donahue -- Jim Jones at Botany Bay -- The origin of the phrase Bail Up -- Reckless and determined -- A letter from the death cell -- A letter from the cash gang to Sir John Franklin -- His beloved Blunderbuss -- The Dark Lady of Geelong The shaving of Rocky Whelan -- The wild colonial boy -- Lowry's ride -- Captain thunderbolt and the German band -- Thunderbolts Gallantry -- Johnny Piesley's code -- The morning of the fray Oh, Frank Garniner he is caught at last -- Over the border -- The death of Morgan -- Your friend Morgan is dead -- Ballad of Ben Hall's gang -- Bush telegraphs -- The bloody field of Wheogo -- Dunn, Gilbert and Ben Hall -- The diverting history of John Gilbert -- The death of Ben Hall: Ben Hall was out on the Lachlan side -- The death of Ben Hall: come allyou Lachlan men -- A Ballad of Ben Hall -- The wild Scotchman -- How we Euchered the bushrangers -- An old time coach driver -- An interview with Harry Power -- Bushranger Jack Power -- The Chivalry of Captain Moonlite -- Springybark Creek: constable McIntyres's report -- The shooting at StringyBark Creek: Ned Kelly's version -- StringyBark Creek -- Ned Kelly and the Hawker -- Outlaw hunting in Victoria -- The Kellys, Byrne and Hart -- The shooting of Aaron Sherritt -- A man named Kelly -- Kelly was their captain -- In mourning -- The Kelly gang -- The Ned Kelly song -- Part five: firearms of the bushranging ara -- Part six: some books on bushranging: notes on the Ballads
Control code
000001653013
Dimensions
25cm.
Extent
288p.
Isbn
9780727005281
Other physical details
ill., portrs.
Label
Bill Wannan's Australian bushranging : the stark story
Publication
Note
First published as Tell 'em I died game, Adelaide: Rigby, 1963
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.[281]-288
Contents
Part one: a short life and a merry one: an introduction to bushranging -- The day Ned Kelly died -- To hell with Ned Kelly -- Nasty, brutish, and short -- How they died -- Why they roamed the ranges -- Codes of the bush ranges -- Folk heroes -- Part two: we'll scorn to live in slavery: the convict-bushrangers -- Black Caesar -- Mike Howe: Governor of the ranges -- The saga of Matthwe Brady -- Bold Jack Donahoe -- John Lynch's confession -- Jacky-Jacky -- Martin cash: the Robin Hood of Van Diemen's land -- The bold advantures of Dalton and Kelly -- A cage for Moondyne Joe -- Part three: I'll fight, but not surrender: the wild colonial boys -- Lords of the Lachland Country: Frank Gardiner, Johnny Gilbert and Ben Hall -- The Mudgee mail robbery -- Dan Morgan: travellers' friend and squatters' Foe -- The Gallant Captain Thunderbolt -- Harry Power: the Daring Highwayman -- The strange career of Captain Moonlite -- The rise and fall of the Kelly Gang -- Jack Bradshaw: the last of the notorious bushrangers -- Part four: Come all Australia's sons to me: Bushranging Lore and Legend -- A letter from Mike Howe and his gang to Lieut-Governor Davey's answer to the bushrangers letter -- The hero of Van Diemen's land -- The last of the infamous Braddy's Mob -- A matter of taste -- Bold Jack Donahoo -- Bold Jack Donahoe -- Old Ireland lies groaning -- Brave Donahue -- Jim Jones at Botany Bay -- The origin of the phrase Bail Up -- Reckless and determined -- A letter from the death cell -- A letter from the cash gang to Sir John Franklin -- His beloved Blunderbuss -- The Dark Lady of Geelong The shaving of Rocky Whelan -- The wild colonial boy -- Lowry's ride -- Captain thunderbolt and the German band -- Thunderbolts Gallantry -- Johnny Piesley's code -- The morning of the fray Oh, Frank Garniner he is caught at last -- Over the border -- The death of Morgan -- Your friend Morgan is dead -- Ballad of Ben Hall's gang -- Bush telegraphs -- The bloody field of Wheogo -- Dunn, Gilbert and Ben Hall -- The diverting history of John Gilbert -- The death of Ben Hall: Ben Hall was out on the Lachlan side -- The death of Ben Hall: come allyou Lachlan men -- A Ballad of Ben Hall -- The wild Scotchman -- How we Euchered the bushrangers -- An old time coach driver -- An interview with Harry Power -- Bushranger Jack Power -- The Chivalry of Captain Moonlite -- Springybark Creek: constable McIntyres's report -- The shooting at StringyBark Creek: Ned Kelly's version -- StringyBark Creek -- Ned Kelly and the Hawker -- Outlaw hunting in Victoria -- The Kellys, Byrne and Hart -- The shooting of Aaron Sherritt -- A man named Kelly -- Kelly was their captain -- In mourning -- The Kelly gang -- The Ned Kelly song -- Part five: firearms of the bushranging ara -- Part six: some books on bushranging: notes on the Ballads
Control code
000001653013
Dimensions
25cm.
Extent
288p.
Isbn
9780727005281
Other physical details
ill., portrs.

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