Bushrangers

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Bushrangers in NSW

For over 100 years bushrangers roamed throughout the state of NSW. Their exploits entranced the public and names such as Ben Hall, Captain Thunderbolt and Ned Kelly became both heroes and villains for many

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Captain Moonlight, bushranger

One of the more famous photographs in the historical gaol photograph description books is that of A.G. Scott otherwise known as Captain Moonlight

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Gold rush & bushrangers!

What was life like during the NSW gold rush?

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Moonlite at the Sydney Mint

If you’ve ever visited The Mint on Sydney’s Macquarie Street, chances are you have walked in the footsteps of an infamous Australian bushranger, ‘Captain Moonlite’

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The Ned Kelly Papers

In August 2002 several documents relating to the capture of the bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang were returned to our custody

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The gold escort

A miner could transport his or her gold to Sydney using the 'gold escort'

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Troopers & Aboriginal trackers

What was it like to be in the mounted police?

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Were bushrangers villains or heroes?

During the colonial period bushrangers committed serious crimes. However, to some people they might have seemed impressive