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Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot

Public Record Office Victoria

Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)

Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
North Melbourne, Australia

This photograph taken by photographers Burman and Madeley, is one of a series of prints of what came to be known as Kelly country, it was used in Kellys trial to set the scene at Stringy Bark Creek. Later doubts as to the accuracy of the scene (leading to reconstructions) perhaps been stimulated by a sense that this is a fairly unsual piece of evidence to introduce.

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  • Title: Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot Wombat ranges, where troopers were shot
  • Creator: Public Record Office Victoria, Public Record Office Victoria
  • Date Created: 1886-07-05
  • Provenance: VPRS 4966 Consignment P0 Unit 2 Item 30 Record 1, VPRS 4966 Consignment P0 Unit 2 Item 30 Record 1
  • Transcript:
    No.1 WOMBAT RANGES WHERE TROOPERS WERE SHOT REGISTERED COPYRIGHT JULY 5 1886 Head Office, St Georges Hall.
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