Graham Jones (Australian author)

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Graham Jones (born 1929) is an Australian author and historian.

He lived in North Eastern Victoria and has written several books about the history of the region. Among them , a book about the Kelly Gang.[1]


  • The Picture Book of Radio (as Irving Weakly)
  • People, Places and Things of the North East
  • The Kelly Years (with Judy Bassett)
  • The Book of Keli. Ed (with Judy Bassett)
  • The Farmers' Store that Grew and Grew
  • There was a Time
  • On this Day in the North East
  • Ned Kelly - the Larrikin Years, 1990, Charquin Hill Publishing, Wangaratta ISBN 978-0-9595709-7-7

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