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A treasury of Australian folk tales and traditions (1960)

by Bill Beatty

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The term 'Australian Folk-Lore' may surprise some people. There are many who have the erroneous idea that we have not had sufficient time in our short history to develop folk-lore which is usually the process of centuries.
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The Wild Colonial Boys
First Bushrangers

The name 'Bushranger' explains itself and was the term given by the authorities to those who engaged in robbery under arms.
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