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The Society publishes a wide range of book monographs. Some of the more recent publications are shown below. Prices shown are for members. A full list of publications together with prices for members and non members may be obtained from the Secretary. Postage is added to the price of each book. Download an order form

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The Historical Society of the Northern Territory engages in an active publishing program. If you are interested in publishing in our Journal please contact the General Editor, Emeritus Professor Alan Powell, on 08-89466477.

Journal of Northern Territory History

The journal publishes material on the history of the Northern Territory or on subjects which have some relevance to Northern Australia. The journal’s editorial committee welcomes the submission of articles, extracts from primary sources, book reviews, and notes on appropriate topics, which it can consider for publication. See: Information for Authors.

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Available from: Historical Society of the Northern Territory PO Box 40544 CASUARINA NT 0811


Blame and Martyrs: The Commonwealth Government and the Northern Territory Cattle Industry, 1911-1978

The story on the Territory's cattle industry from the cattleman's side of the story has been well documented. Mainly through the wealth of information held in National Archives, Ted tells the story of the industry through the "eyes" of government



The Not So "Silent Night"

Cyclone Tracy Stories from Doctors, nurses and Health Workers, Darwin, December 1974 Sue has interviewed first hand accounts from medical staff including herself who were on duty when Cyclone Tracy devastated Darwin.



From Hospital to University: A Northern Territory Nursing Story

The book provides an in depth experience of the transition of nursing education from an "apprentice" system to an academic one. A nursing course has now developed from learning on the job to becoming accessible nationally via online studies



A History Written in Metal: Commorative Plaques at Charles Darwin University's Casuarina Campus, 1972-2013

By means of using CDU plaques, Steve has taken an unusual approach to documenting the development and history of the CDU. The plaques and the stories behind them show that a range of significant people from ]federal and state politicians, royalty and university staff over the past forty years have played an enormous part in the progress of the university