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Bushranger Kids Hoodies

Description

In the 1800s Australia was home to a unique brand of outlaws called "bushrangers". Robbing travellers on the highways and also getting caught up in crimes ranging from arson to murder, bushrangers were a diverse collection of characters who often wore brightly coloured crimean shirts, moleskin trousers and cabbage tree hats creating a distinctive look.

Tags: cartoon, cow, history, australia, australian-history

The Bushranger Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Andrew George Scott may not have been the most successful bushranger or even the best suited to the bushranging lifestyle but he is still the most renowned gay bushranger. Leading a gang of boys in a short, violent criminal career including his boyfriend Jimmy Nesbitt, Captain Moonlite was an eccentric through and through. Having served in the Maori Wars and worked for a time as a lay preacher on the Australian goldfields, Scott frequently found himself in trouble with authorities.

Tags: crime, desperado, australian-history, australian, history

Description

Andrew George Scott may not have been the most successful bushranger or even the best suited to the bushranging lifestyle but he is still the most renowned gay bushranger. Leading a gang of boys in a short, violent criminal career including his boyfriend Jimmy Nesbitt, Captain Moonlite was an eccentric through and through. Having served in the Maori Wars and worked for a time as a lay preacher on the Australian goldfields, Scott frequently found himself in trouble with authorities.

Tags: australian-history, history, australia, lgbti, gay

Description

Master of the bluff, Harry Power was a bushranger with a proud record of never shedding blood. He frequently baffled authorities with his ability to traverse vast distances between robberies and is known as Ned Kelly's tutor in bushranging. Power disappeared mysteriously in the 1890s but it is believed he died in 1892 though some believe he survived long after that.

Tags: australian-history, history, australia, highwayman, bandit

Description

Frederick Wordsworth Ward was a bushranger that operated under the name "Captain Thunderbolt" in the Uralla region of New South Wales. Accompanied by a range of offsiders including his wife Mary-Ann Bugg, he ruled the roads and became known as a gentleman bushranger. He held no truck with unnecessary violence or murder, turning away accomplices that had committed an act of either. He was eventually gunned down by a police constable as he drunkenly tried to cross a creek on foot.

Tags: australian-history, australia, history, highwayman, criminal

Description

Frederick Wordsworth Ward was a bushranger that operated under the name "Captain Thunderbolt" in the Uralla region of New South Wales. Accompanied by a range of offsiders including his wife Mary-Ann Bugg, he ruled the roads and became known as a gentleman bushranger. He held no truck with unnecessary violence or murder, turning away accomplices that had committed an act of either. He was eventually gunned down by a police constable as he drunkenly tried to cross a creek on foot.

Tags: bushranger, aboriginal, frederick-wordsworth-ward, mary-ann-bugg, captain-thunderbolt

Description

Ned Kelly is considered by many to be Australia's greatest folk hero. Some look at him as Australia's answer to Robin Hood while others considered him a psychopathic thug. Kelly was a bushranger who operated in Victoria and New South Wales in the late 1870s before fighting the police in home-made armour in 1880. He was hanged in Old Melbourne Gaol.

Tags: ned-kelly, bushranger, bandit, history, outlaw

Ned Kelly Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Andrew George Scott may not have been the most successful bushranger or even the best suited to the bushranging lifestyle but he is still the most renowned queer bushranger. Leading a gang of boys in a short, violent criminal career including his boyfriend Jimmy Nesbitt, Captain Moonlite was an eccentric through and through. Having served in the Maori Wars, the American Union army and as one of Garibaldi's Redshirts, Scott frequently found himself in trouble with authorities in Australia.

Tags: american-civil-war, gay, history, captain-moonlite-bushranger, cartoon

Captain Moonlite Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

The most renowned of Australia's bushrangers, Ned Kelly has become a folk hero to many for his anti-authority stance. Known for his suit of home-made iron armour that he wore during the Glenrowan siege with its distinct cylindrical helmet, he is one of the most recognised figures in Australian history.

Tags: portrait, australian-history, australia, history, criminal

Description

Master of the bluff, Harry Power was a bushranger with a proud record of never shedding blood. He frequently baffled authorities with his ability to traverse vast distances between robberies and is known as Ned Kelly's tutor in bushranging. Power disappeared mysteriously in the 1890s but it is believed he died in 1892 though some believe he survived long after that.

Tags: bushranger, ned-kelly, harry-power, old-man, crime

Harry Power Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Matthew Brady was one of the first major bushrangers in Australian history and led a moderately successful gang in Tasmania in the early 1800s. He earned a reputation as a gentleman bushranger through his courteous behaviour in spite of his criminality, but still found himself at the end of a rope for murder alongside cannibal and baby-killer Mike Jeffries (much to his chagrin).

Tags: matthew-brady, outlaw, bushranger, criminal, convict

Matthew Brady Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.

Tags: portrait, australia, history, folk-hero, fugitive

Description

Ned Kelly emerged from the forest at Glenrowan behind the police lines in the early morning of June 28th, 1880 in an attempt to get back to his gang at the inn. Dressed in his armour he fought the police for half an hour single-handed before he was brought down by buckshot to his exposed knee.

Tags: australia, criminal, edward-kelly, bandit, history

Description

One of Australia's most notorious criminals, Dan Morgan was the terror of the Riverina in the 1860s. Arson, robbery and murder were Morgan's trademarks and he met a violent end at the receiving end of a bounty hunter's bullet.

Tags: history, australia, australian-history, tattoo, tattoo-design

Description

Master of the bluff, Harry Power was a bushranger with a proud record of never shedding blood. Twice escaping from Pentridge Prison, he frequently baffled authorities with his ability to traverse vast distances between robberies and is known as Ned Kelly's tutor in bushranging. Power disappeared mysteriously in the 1890s but it is believed he died in 1892 though some believe he survived long after that.

Tags: harry-power, bushranger, ned-kelly, criminal, outlaw

Description

Ned Kelly emerged from the forest at Glenrowan behind the police lines in the early morning of June 28th, 1880 in an attempt to get back to his gang at the inn. Dressed in his armour he fought the police for half an hour single-handed before he was brought down by buckshot to his exposed knee.

Tags: ned-kelly, bushranger, outlaw, criminal, bandit

Description

Ned Kelly emerged from the forest at Glenrowan behind the police lines in the early morning of June 28th, 1880 in an attempt to get back to his gang at the inn. Dressed in his armour he fought the police for half an hour single-handed before he was brought down by buckshot to his exposed knee.

Tags: australian-history, edward-kelly, australia, bandit, criminal

Ned Kelly at Bay Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Self-proclaimed "Prince of Tobeymen", Frank Gardiner was a kind of godfather of bushranging. Gardiner introduced the world to Johnny Gilbert and Ben Hall as well as pulling of one of history's largest gold robberies at Eugowra Rocks. His life was full of adventure and misfortune.

Tags: history, bandit, criminal, outlaw, bushranger

Frank Gardiner Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Matthew Brady was one of the first major bushrangers in Australian history and led a moderately successful gang in Tasmania in the early 1800s. He earned a reputation as a gentleman bushranger through his courteous behaviour in spite of his criminality, but still found himself at the end of a rope for murder alongside cannibal and baby-killer Mike Jeffries (much to his chagrin).

Tags: australian-history, australia, history, criminal, regency

Matthew Brady Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

The most renowned of Australia's bushrangers, Ned Kelly has become a folk hero to many for his anti-authority stance. Known for his suit of home-made iron armour that he wore during the Glenrowan siege with its distinct cylindrical helmet, he is one of the most recognised figures in Australian history.

Tags: tattoo-design, crime, tattoo, australia, australian-history

Description

One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.

Tags: ben-hall-bushranger, bushranger, outlaw, criminal, tattoo-design

Description

Self-proclaimed "Prince of Tobeymen", Frank Gardiner was a kind of godfather of bushranging. Gardiner introduced the world to Johnny Gilbert and Ben Hall as well as pulling of one of history's largest gold robberies at Eugowra Rocks. His life was full of adventure and misfortune.

Tags: australian-history, history, australia, tobeyman, highwayman

Description

Frederick Wordsworth Ward was a bushranger that operated under the name "Captain Thunderbolt" in the Uralla region of New South Wales. Accompanied by a range of offsiders including his wife Mary-Ann Bugg, he ruled the roads and became known as a gentleman bushranger. He held no truck with unnecessary violence or murder, turning away accomplices that had committed an act of either. He was eventually gunned down by a police constable as he drunkenly tried to cross a creek on foot.

Tags: outlaw, bushranger, bandit, criminal, australia

Description

In 1980 the epic tale of Ned Kelly was brought to life on the small screen in The Last Outlaw starring John Jarratt in the lead role.

Tags: edward-kelly, portrait, australia, bandit, outlaw

The Last Outlaw Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Matthew Brady was one of the first major bushrangers in Australian history and led a moderately successful gang in Tasmania in the early 1800s. He earned a reputation as a gentleman bushranger through his courteous behaviour in spite of his criminality, but still found himself at the end of a rope for murder alongside cannibal and baby-killer Mike Jeffries (much to his chagrin).

Tags: convict, felon, criminal, bandit, gang

Description

One of Australia's most notorious criminals, Dan Morgan was the terror of the Riverina in the 1860s. Arson, robbery and murder were Morgan's trademarks and he met a violent end at the receiving end of a bounty hunter's bullet.

Tags: australia, bandit, history, australian-history, dan-morgan

Dan Morgan Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

It's Ned Kelly, it's the superhero landing and it's a mashup for the ages. Perfect for the bushranger enthusiast or Aussie Bloke (or Sheila).

Tags: pop-culture, history, iron-man

Description

Self-proclaimed "Prince of Tobeymen", Frank Gardiner was a kind of godfather of bushranging. Gardiner introduced the world to Johnny Gilbert and Ben Hall as well as pulling of one of history's largest gold robberies at Eugowra Rocks. His life was full of adventure and misfortune.

Tags: 1800s, cartoon, criminal, frank-gardiner, beard

Frank Gardiner Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.

Tags: art, australian-history, hand-drawn, folk-hero, ben-hall

Ben Hall Lineart Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.

Tags: ben-hall-bushranger, bushranger, fugitive, outlaw, criminal

Ben Hall Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

Master of the bluff, Harry Power was a bushranger with a proud record of never shedding blood. He frequently baffled authorities with his ability to traverse vast distances between robberies and is known as Ned Kelly's tutor in bushranging. Power disappeared mysteriously in the 1890s but it is believed he died in 1892 though some believe he survived long after that.

Tags: cartoon, crime, history, australian-history, bandit

Harry Power Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

One of Australia's most notorious criminals, Dan Morgan was the terror of the Riverina in the 1860s. Arson, robbery and murder were Morgan's trademarks and he met a violent end at the receiving end of a bounty hunter's bullet.

Tags: australian-history, history, australia, criminal, bandit

Description

Although brief, Ben Hall's career was prolific and intense. With danger around every corner he had to be on his guard at all times and we see him here during a shootout with the police.

Tags: art, 19th-century, 1800s, woodcut, etching

Description

Andrew George Scott may not have been the most successful bushranger or even the best suited to the bushranging lifestyle but he is still the most renowned gay bushranger. Leading a gang of boys in a short, violent criminal career including his boyfriend Jimmy Nesbitt, Captain Moonlite was an eccentric through and through. Having served in the Maori Wars and worked for a time as a lay preacher on the Australian goldfields, Scott frequently found himself in trouble with authorities.

Tags: captain-moonlite-bushrangers, andrew-george-scott, bushranger, fugitive, australian-history

Captain Moonlite Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.

Tags: desperado, crime, highwayman, australian, ben-hall

Ben Hall Kids Hoodie

by FieryWolf
$36
Description

It's Ned Kelly, it's the superhero landing and it's a mashup for the ages. Perfect for the bushranger enthusiast or Aussie Bloke (or Sheila).

Tags: australia, bushranger, australian-history, vintage, history

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