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Issue Details: First known date: 1908 1908
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y The Song of the Manly Men and Other Verses Frank Hudson , London : David Nutt , 1908 Z51977 1908 selected work poetry London : David Nutt , 1908 pg. 37-38
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    y The Children's Treasury of Australian Verse Bertram Stevens (editor), George Mackaness (editor), Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1913 Z1413998 1913 anthology poetry children's Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1913 pg. 36
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    y School Paper : Grades V and VI no. 200 April 1915 Z1649369 1915 periodical issue 1915 pg. [33]-34
    Note: With photograph: 'The Murray Where Hume and Hovell's Party Crossed It, 20th November 1824' by S. Collier of Bungowannah NSW.
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    y The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII no. 265 February 1922 Z1615911 1922 periodical issue children's 1922 pg. [1]-2
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    y School Paper : Grades V and VI no. 302 March 1924 Z1641754 1924 periodical issue 1924 pg. [17]-18
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    y Victorian Readers : Fifth Book Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 Z1439619 1930 anthology poetry prose Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 pg. 1-2
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    y Victorian Readers : Fifth Book Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 Z1439619 1930 anthology poetry prose Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1940 pg. 1-2
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    y 60 Classic Australian Poems for Children Chris Cheng (editor), Sydney : Random House Australia , 2009 Z1656747 2009 anthology poetry children's

    'The 60 poems in this collection appear in their original, or near original, form and are wide-ranging in their subject matter: animals, the countryside, the struggle of bush life, early transport, sport, growing old, being young and having fun with words! But whether they are humorous, serious or playful, they are simply a joy to read!

    'No matter if we grew up reciting these classic poems at school, quote from them on important occasions or are meeting them for the first time, there is no doubt that these classic poems embody what it is to be Australian.' (From the publisher's website.)

    Sydney : Random House Australia , 2009
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