[Episode 18 | 1838 : Davey]
Davey is on the run with Duchess but has his preconceptions about bushrangers challenged when he witnesses them shooting Mr Owen and stealing from him.
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In an era before cars, horses were the major means of transport for people and goods. Horses also played a vital part in farming and food production. In general, horses and the horse industry were an integral part of daily life in the early 19th century.
Student Activity Sheet H.18.5: Horses
The lives of bushrangers have inspired many films, stories, poems and visual art, enhancing their mythical place in Australian culture. However, this view of bushrangers is in debate, with some arguing that bushrangers should really be portrayed as violent criminals rather than heroic outlaws.
Student Activity Sheet H18.6: Bushrangers