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Transcript of Banjo Paterson
Banjo Paterson worked as a clerk at the age of 16.
He was also an author, journalist and a poet.
These are some poems he was famous for: Waltzing Matilda, The Man from Snowy River and Clancy of the Overflow.
Banjo Paterson had five sisters and five brothers.
His mother's name was Rose and his father's name was Andrew.
He also had two children called Grace and Hugh.
His school years
Banjo Paterson's early education came from a Governess.
When he could ride a pony, he went to a bush school called Binalong.
In 1874 he went to Sydney Grammar School (known as Grammar).
He was an excellent student and sportsman.
Banjo Paterson was born on the 17th of February 1864.
His full name was Andrew Barton Paterson.
His wife's name was Alice Walker.
He died aged 76 on the 5th February 1941.
To this day Banjo Paterson is famous for his poems. The Man from Snowy River, Clancy of the Overflow and Waltzing Matilda are among his most famous. His picture is on the Australian ten dollar note.