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Kelly outbreak, 1878-1880

Francis John McQuilton

Kelly outbreak, 1878-1880

the geographical dimension of social banditry

by Francis John McQuilton

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Published by Melbourne University Press, exclusive distributor, ISBS in Carlton [Australia], Forest Grove, Or .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Victoria,
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Kelly, Ned, 1855-1880.,
    • Bushrangers.,
    • Land settlement -- Australia -- Victoria -- History.,
    • Victoria -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn McQuilton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV6453.A72 V525
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 250 p., [8] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages250
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4072976M
      LC Control Number79670378

      Bushrangers. From Ben Hall to Ned Kelly (This is mainly about the Kelly gang, for which the best source is McQuilton, John, The Kelly Outbreak, The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, The following is largely a summary of McQuilton’s work, and the numbers in parentheses are page numbers from that book.   Re Morrissey being the first to utlilize the Land Records, John McQuilton in his book "The Kelly Outbreak The Geographical Dimensions of Social Banditry" lists under his sources. "Victorian Lands Department Collection which includes: The Crown Lands Bailiffs' Reports. Molony’s footnote 8 on p. of I Am Ned Kelly is as follows: ‘For details of John Kelly’s crime, see Registered Papers, first division, file 27/, The State Paper Office, Dublin Castle, Ireland; Tipperary Free Press, 13 January, 20 February For Regan see Registered Papers, and , first division, files 27/, Author: Bob Reece. Aaron Sherritt ( - 26 June ) was a close friend of Joe Byrne and later Ned Kelly. His murder in was the first of the actions that led to the Kelly Gang's final shoot out with the police at Glenrowan.. Sherritt lived about three miles from Byrne, in the Woolshed Valley, near Beechworth, : , Sebastopol, Woolshed Valley, .

        Ellen Kelly (c–), matriarch and mother of Ned Kelly, was born in County Antrim, Ireland, fourth of eleven children of James Quinn, farmer, and his wife Mary, née had an adventurous spirit that rebelled against any confinement and led her often to play truant from school and roam the countryside—a practice that left her able to read . Ned Kelly: a short life Type Book Author(s) Ian Jones Date Publisher Lothian Pub place Port Melbourne ISBN This item appears on. List: CRA2ECA - Exhibiting Culture A Section: HISTORY Next: The Kelly outbreak, the geographica Previous: Letter sheds new light on Kelly Gang's last stand. Library availability. Map at back, leather bound hardcover, nice gilt edging. Quite nice condition. Lovely piece. Re Morrissey being the first to utlilize the Land Records, John McQuilton in his book "The Kelly Outbreak The Geographical Dimensions of Social Banditry" lists under his sources. "Victorian Lands Department Collection which .

      John Molony, Ned Kelly (Carlton ). John Molony, I Am Ned Kelly (Ringwood ). John McQuilton, The Kelly Outbreak, – The geographical dimens ion of social banditry (Carlton ). Max Brown, Ned Kelly: Australian son (Sydney ). Colin F. Cave (ed), Ned Kelly: Man and myth (Sydney ).   John was born in north-eastern Victoria and has had a lifelong interest in Ned has written extensively on Kelly with one of his most notable works being The Kelly Outbreak The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry. Ho hum. True Ned presents a different Ned Kelly story to that of Sidney Nolan’s famous series of paintings. THE KELLY OUTBREAK The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry Melbourne University Press () by J. M. Quilton NED KELLY IN POPULAR TRADITION by Grahan Seal Published by Hyland House, Melbourne () Note. The account of John Kelly’s earlier life as recounted in the above books and other publications to date, is incorrect.   By Justin Corfield Lothian, $ The problem with Ned Kelly reviews is the reviewer, who is bound to be partisan. Few other figures of Australian history can be counted upon to so polarise opinion.


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Browse. One of the best accounts of this social conflict is McQuilton's book, The Kelly Outbreak Heath Ledger's Ned Kelly is an uninspiring portrayal of a man who held the loyalty and support of the selectors throughout North-eastern Victoria.

Superintendent Hare, the film nemesis portrayed by Geoffrey Rush, was a missed opportunity. Glenrowan is a small town located in the Wangaratta local government area of Victoria, Australia.

It is kilometres north-east of Melbourne and 14 kilometres from Wangaratta and near the Warby Ranges and Mount Glenrowan. At the census, Glenrowan had a population of 2 The town today. 3 Works on the area and Ned (s): Rural City of Wangaratta.

Beechworth: An Australian Country Town and its Past, Greenhouse, North Melbourne, (solid research piece on a post-gold boom town and its re-invention) McQuilton, John.

The Kelly Outbreak –, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, (wonderful insight into the Kelly Outbreak in NE Victoria and its geographical causes) O'Brien Location: km ( mi) NE of Melbourne, 39 km. Journal of Australian Studies Volume 4, - Issue 7. Submit an article Journal homepage. 19 Views 0 CrossRef citations to date Altmetric Book Reviews The Kelly Outbreak, –; The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry, Melbourne University Press.

McDermott then dismisses the decades of research by Ian Jones and calls John McQuilton’s book The Kelly Outbreak – – The Geographical Dimensions of Social Banditry ‘impressively titled’ but flawed in its argument ‘that the outbreak was the expression of the deep seated antagonism between rich squatter and poor selector.

J McQuilton, The Kelly Outbreak – The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry (Melbourne University Press, Melbourne ). G Jones, Ned Kelly: The Larrikin Years (Charquin Hill Publishing, Victoria ) by: 2.

The Kelly Outbreak. The Geographical Dimension of Social Banditry. Melbourne University Press,pp. This work cites Hobsbawm’s description of social banditry, and presents a case that Kelly falls within Hobsbawm’s guidelines.

The appendix contains “Kelly Literature a Brief Review” which is also worth reading. If you are sufficiently interested, get hold pdf a book entitled "The Kelly Outbreak " by John McQuilton and prepare to be enlightened.

Asked in History of Australia. Stringybark Creek is a small creek in the Wombat Ranges, Victoria, Australia.

It is famous for the place where three policemen were murdered on 26 October The policemen, Sergeant Michael Kennedy, Constable Thomas Lonigan, and Constable Michael Scanlan were searching the forest for the Kelly brothers.The Kelly Outbreak The Geographical Dimension of Banditry, Melbourne University Press,p.

5Ned Kelly, Ebook, Kelly Collection, Public Records Office of Victoria. 6Angus McIntyre, 'Ned Kelly, A Folk Hero', in John Carroll, ed. Intruders in the Bush, Melbourne, Oxford University Press.pp