This vintage book contains an detailed account of the Kelly Gang and their various exploits, painstakingly composed by the author from official documents, contemporary newspapers, and other sources of information. The Kelly Gang was a family criminal gang of bush-rangers that rose to infamy in in late nineteenth-century Australia for a litany of crimes ranging from horse rustling to bank robbery. Contents include: "The Murders on the Wombat", "Finding the Bodies", "The Bushrangers' Country", "Why the Kellys 'Went Out'", "Police Preparations", "Mr. Nicholson in Pursuit.--The Outlaw Bill", "The Rats' Castle Fiasco", "The Outlaws' Lost to Sight", "Mr. Wyatt and the Broken Wires", "The Sticking-Up of Faithfull's Creek", "The Euroa Bank Robbery", et cetera. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.