7- Kelly after prison. Kelly Gang 1878-1880

Episode 7, continues the story of notorious Bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang.  After a 3 year spell in prison, Ned returns to Eleven Mile Creek to note some changes in his absence.

He begins a period of independence from the family, working honest jobs and mostly keeping his head down for a good while, before trouble again came his way.    (40 mins)


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Ned Kelly boxing picture
Ned – Bray Studio Beechworth
Beechworth Courthouse
Beechworth Cemetery Chinese section
Beechworth Gaol
Kelly homestead that Ned built (modified from McMenomy)

Episode 7 – Kelly after prison References


Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 – 1918) (1878, Sat 21 Dec 1878). Retrieved from https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/199696584

Kelly, Ned  http://www.nma.gov.au/collections/highlights/jerilderie-letter

https://trove.nla.gov.au/

https://www.railtrails.org.au/trail?view=trail&id=50

Corfield, J. J. (2003). The Ned Kelly encyclopaedia. South Melbourne: Lothian.

Griffiths, T. (1987). Beechworth : an Australian country town and its past. Richmond, Vic.: Greenhouse Publications.

Jones, I. (1996). Ned Kelly : a short life. South Melbourne, Vic.: Lothian Books.

Kelly, N., & McDermott, A. (2001). The Jerilderie Letter. Melbourne: The Text Publishing Company. (For online version, see above.)

Kelson, B., & McQuilton, J. (2001). Kelly country : a photographic journey. St Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press.

Kenneally, J. J. (1969). The complete inner history of the Kelly gang and their pursuers (8th ed.). Moe, Vic.: The Kelly Gang Publishing Co.

McMenomy, K. (2001). Ned Kelly : the authentic illustrated history. South Yarra, Vic.: Hardie Grant Books.

Molony, J. N. (2001). Ned Kelly. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press.