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George Gordon McCrae (1833–1927)

McCrae, George Gordon. An Australian poet; born in Scotland; died in 1927. He had a position in the civil service in Victoria. A number of his poems are based on native Australian legends, the best known being ‘Māmba, the Bright-Eyed’ (1867), and ‘Story of Balladeādro’ (1867), both published in Australian periodicals. No collection of his verse has appeared.