Secondhand. Good condition. Ex library copy with all external stickers removed. Partial date due slip on inside page. Wear to book corners and edges. Book is clean and binding intact.
Includes a complete transcript of Ned Kelly's Jerilderie Letter.
Bail Up! takes the reader on a chronological journey from the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, to the tormented years of Port Arthur and Norfolk Island, to the goldfield years of the 1850s, and on to the saga of the last of the fighting and defiant Irishmen - Edward 'Ned' Kelly - who was hanged in Melbourne on 11 November 1880.
With more than 200 photographs, engravings and items of ephemera, Bail Up! offers a fresh look at the bushranging period of Australia's colonial history. (back cover)