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Ned Kelly – wanted for robbery and murder

Seen at Copping Museum, Tasmania.

Irish-Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, age fifteen, c. (National Museum of Australia-Canberra) Ned Kelly, Australian Bush, Australian People, National Portrait Gallery, Daguerreotype, Le Far West, Interesting History, Gangsters, Before Us

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Armour worn by the famous Australian bushranger, Ned Kelly, during his shootout with police in : ArtefactPorn

Tuvalu 2010 Outlaw Ned Kelly 130th Anniversary 4-Coin $1 Pure Silver Dollar Proof Set with Color and FREE Numbered Print

This stellar 4-coin set remembers the death of outlaw and folk hero Ned Kelly, & includes a FREE numbered print!

Kelly Gang Wanted Posters - Ned Kelly (member resource)

Kelly Gang Wanted Posters

Wanted posters providing information about each member of the infamous Kelly Gang.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang. Australian Houses, Australian Bush, Colonial Cottage, Old Cottage, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Ned Kelly

Ned Kelly: Australian Iron Outlaw | Hero | Legend

In January 1859, when his son Ned was nearly four years old, John Kelly built the family a timber cottage in Beveridge. It was a typical Irish style of cottage with an earthen floor and drainage running between rooms. Internally, there were only two rooms and there was no ceiling, while the bluestone chimney dominated the house.

 Ned Kelly, shackled and standing against a stone wall. Photograph taken (most likely) by Charles Nettleton, 10 November Howship, W. Collection, University of Melbourne Archives. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Sarah Hanson Young, Kelly's Heroes, Tooth Tattoo, Famous Outlaws, Ned Kelly

Fig. 16. Ned Kelly, shackled and standing against a stone wall. Photograph taken (most likely) by Charles Nettleton, 10 November 1880. UMA/1/5753. Howship, W. J. Collection, University of Melbourne Archives. - No 84 December 2009 - La Trobe Journal

A gun belonging to the brother of notorious Australian outlaw Ned Kelly and used in the gang's infamous last stand against police is expected to fetch up to when it goes under the hammer today.

The view from Glenrowan Railway Station looking back to the remains of Anne Jone's Hotel,Glenrowan Inn.It was the scene of the final confrontation between Ned Kelly and the Victorian Police. Kelly's Heroes, Ned Kelly, The Siege, Last Stand, Modern Pictures, Melbourne Victoria, Australia Day, The Good Old Days, Vintage Images

The view from Glenrowan Railway Station looking back to the remains of Anne Jone's Hotel,Glenrowan Inn.It was the scene of the final confrontation between Ned Kelly and the Victorian Police.A♥W

Ned Kelly Captured, 1880 Ned Kelly, 1880 The Kelly family had been in trouble with the law since long before Ned was born. Sarah Hanson Young, Kelly's Heroes, Famous Outlaws, Ned Kelly, The Kelly Family, The Lone Ranger, Today In History, Gangsters, Little Books

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June 28, 1880: Bushranger Ned Kelly captured. When the Australian outlaw and his cohorts were cornered, they decided to create their own armor. They believed they were impervious to bullets, but they weren't. In Ned's case, he couldn't even raise his arms to aim his gun, but could only hold it at arms length and fire randomly. He was the only member of the gang to live to stand trial.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

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Ned Kelly: Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Edward "Ned" Kelly was an Irish Australian bushranger. He is considered by some to be merely a cold-blooded killer, while others consider him to be a folk hero and symbol of Irish Australian resistance against the Anglo-Australian ruling class.

Do we need to study Australian history?

Australian history is compulsory in Australian schools in grades 5 and 6, and in years 9 and 10. However, the study of Australian history has recently sparked discussion with the draft of the Senior Secondary National Curriculum cutting Australian history as a standalone subject for years 11 and 12.