Below you will find additional resources for conducting research into the issues relating to Martin Cash.
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- Jubilee celebrations in Van Diemen's Land were well covered in the newspapers of the time. Here is one account in the Hobart Town Daily Courier for June and July 1853. Hobart Town Daily Courier re Jubilee.pdf
- The whistling Irish bushrangers : Tasmania & South Australia, 1848-1863 text Richard & Marianne Davis ; illustrations Eileen Brooker. Sandy Bay, Tas. Sassafras Books, 2002.
- Tasmanian rogues and absconders 1803-1875 by Alex Graeme-Evans. Launceston, Tas. Regal Publications.
- The uncensored story of Martin Cash (Australian bushranger) : as told to James Lester Burke compiled and edited by Joan Dehle Emberg and Buck Thor Emberg. Launceston, Tas. Regal, 1991.
- Click here for a portrait of Martin Cash.
- For an example of a "Wanted" poster, click here.
- There are many resources covering the subject of capital punishment. We provide examples here that give an insight into some of the issues.
- Sister Helen Prejean
- and films like "Dead Man Walking", "The Green Mile", and "Bird Man of Alcatraz".