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Ned Kelly

Criminal (Jun-1855 — 11-Nov-1880)


Geoffrey Bond. Ned Kelly: The Armoured Outlaw. London, UK: Arco Publications. 1961. 192pp.

Max Brown. Australian Son: The Story of Ned Kelly, including the Jerilderie Letter. London, UK: Phoenix Hous. 1949. 282pp.

Peter Carey. True History of the Kelly Gang. New York City: Knopf. 2000. 349pp.

Alex C. and Jennifer Castles. Ned Kelly's Last Days: Setting the Record Straight on the Death of An Outlaw. Crows Nest, Australia: Allen & Unwin. 2005. 268pp.

Wangaratta Adult Education Centre. Ned Kelly: Man and Myth. Melbourne, Australia: Cassell Australia. 1968. 216pp.

C. H. Chomley. The True Story of the Kelly Gang of Bushrangers. Melbourne, Australia: Fraser & Jenkinson. 1920. 159pp.

Frank Clune. The Kelly Hunters: The Authentic, Impartial History of the Life and Times of Edward Kelly, the Ironclad Outlaw. Sydney, Australia: Angus and Robertson. 1954. 362pp.

Robert Drewe. Ned Kelly. New York City: Penguin Books. 2003. 202pp.

Keith Dunstan. Saint Ned: The Story of the Near Sanctification of an Australian Outlaw. Sydney, Australia: Methuen Australia. 1980. 128pp.

Francis Augustus Hare. The Last of the Bushrangers: An Account of the Capture of the Kelly Gang. London, UK: Hurst and Blackett Ltd.. 1894. 326pp.

James Jerome Kenneally. The Complete Inner History of the Kelly Gang and Their Pursuers. Melbourne, Australia: Robertson & Mullens. 1955. 316pp.

Hilary Joseph Francis Lofting. "Bail up": Ned Kelly, Bushranger. Sydney, Australia: New Century Press. 1939. 282pp.

Francis John McQuilton. The Kelly Outbreak, 1878-1880: The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry. Melbourne University Press. 1979. 250pp.

John N. Molony. Ned Kelly. Carlton South, Australia: Melbourne University Press. 2001. 248pp.

Charles Osborne. Ned Kelly. London, UK: Blond. 1970. 201pp.


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  5. Hutchinson Paperback Dictionary of Biography (p.273)

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