Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette (Vic. : 1877 – 1889), Friday 6 August 1880, page 4 DEPARTURE OF NED KELLY. MONDAY. Some time on Saturday morning, rumors were rife in Melbourne, says the Age, to the effect that Ned Kelly, who was expected to appear before the City Police this Monday morning, was not […]
Ned Kelly tells his own version of what happened at Glenrowan in a letter from the condemned cell at Melbourne Gaol.
Ned Kelly’s last letter, dictated from his cell after his trial.
The Kelly armour is one of the most famous, and popular, symbols in Australian culture. It has helped to elevate Ned Kelly from being a mere bushranger to being a symbol of rebellion. But, how did it come to be and how have these four steel suits become such important historical relics? This article will give you all you need to know.
An excerpt from chapter one: Loyalty concerning the outlaw Kelly brothers and their siblings.
A contemporary report coveting ned Kelly’s recovery in Melbourne Gaol
An account of the events at Glenrowan told by the medic who attended Superintendent Hare and Ned Kelly.
Two letters to the editor criticising the police actions at Glenrowan.
A news report covering Ned Kelly’s transfer to Beechworth and Aaron Sherritt’s relationship with the Kellys and police that led to his murder.
A news report describing Ned Kelly’s conduct en route to Beechworth for his committal hearing.