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THE LEGEND AND THE TASK
THE FOUNDING FATHERS
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A. B. Paterson Aborigines American attitude Augustus Earle Australian Legend ballads Ben Hall boys Britain British Bulletin bullock-drivers bush-workers bushmen bushrangers cattle chum collectivist colonists colony contemporary criminals Currency Lads Diemen's Land diggers districts Donahoe early emancipists Emigrant England English ethos fact feeling free immigrants frontier frontiersman Gold Rush goldfields Government Harris influence interior Irish Jack John labour less Library of Australia Library of Victoria living London masters mates mateship Melbourne middle-class Mundy Nan Kivell Collection National Library native native-born never nineteenth century noble savage nomad tribe Norfolk Island old hands outback outlook pastoral workers Paterson perhaps period police political popular population prisoners Queensland Rex Nan Kivell S. T. Gill sentiment Settlers and Convicts shearers shearing sheep shepherd social South Wales squatters station swagman Sydney tended tradition tralian Trobe Collection typical up-country W. C. Wentworth writes wrote