This week, in Episode 8, we continue our detailed exploration of Ned Kelly & the notorious Kelly Gang. Ned and the Kelly Gang were bushrangers operating mainly in North East of Victoria, in the 1870’s.
This Episode will focus on the “Fitzpatrick incident” – the catalyst which set off the chain of events – the so called “Kelly Outbreak”.
Episode 8 – Fitzpatrick incident References
Cookson, B. W. (1911, 28 August 1911). The Kelly Gang from within. The Sun. Retrieved from https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/221548605
Culture Victoria (The Fitzpatrick incident). Retrieved from https://cv.vic.gov.au/stories/a-diverse-state/ambush-ned-kelly-and-the-stringybark-creek-murders/the-fitzpatrick-incident/
Carroll, B. (1976). Ned Kelly, Bushranger. Dee Why West: Landsdowne Press.
Corfield, J. J. (2003). The Ned Kelly encyclopaedia. South Melbourne: Lothian.
Jones, I. (1996). Ned Kelly : a short life. South Melbourne, Vic.: Lothian Books.
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.
Kenneally online version: http://www.australianculture.org/the-complete-inner-history-of-the-kelly-gang/
Molony, J. N. (2001). Ned Kelly. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press.