The Adam Lindsay Gordon Commemorative Committee Inc. : ...keeping alive the memory of Australia's National Poet
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- Flinders Lane, Vic : The Adam Lindsay Gordon Commemorative Committee Inc, 2008-
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- Mode of access: Available Online. Address as at 08/01/2018: http://www.adamlindsaygordon.org/
"Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833-70), Australia's acclaimed national poet was many things in his time. A mounted trooper, champion jockey, horse breaker and Member of Parliament. He was the first to capture Australia and her people in the words of poetry, paving the way for Banjo Paterson, Henry Lawson and William Ogilvie to create poetry that was uniquely Australian."
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