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Publications

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

Do you want to publish?

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, Clayton Fredericksen, email clayton.fredericksen@cdu.edu.au.

Northern Territory Historical Studies

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.


PUBLICATIONS

Download a complete publication list and order form here

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

  • Enquiries: Bev Phelts 0417868827 email:
    hsnt@iinet.net.au

  • Prices include GST

  • Postage within Australia (overseas rates available on request)

 

Charles James Kirkland

Charles Kirkland arrived in Palmerston (Darwin) in 1878, less than a decade after the settlementís establishment. Kirkland proved to be one of the NTís most enduring and successful pioneers and was one of the best-known individuals in Palmerston/Darwin of his day. He had a long career as editor and owner of the Northern Territory Times and Gazette. He was also active in the social, civic and political life of the town and as a result became well-acquainted with all the major figures in the community.

$30.00

 

A STUBBORN CITY: DARWIN

A history of Darwin during the time it was ruled by Canberra. A well researched and complete history of Darwin.

$35.00

 

MY NAME IS BERT

Bert Nixon was 24 when he arrived in Katherine in 1931. He was originally from England and was on his way to Queensland but never got any further than Katherine. He became a very successful farmer and contributed greatly to the knowledge of tropical agriculture

$30.00

 

‘TO MEND MY SITUATION’: THE JOURNEY OF JAMES STOKES MILLNER 1830-1875

James Millner was a significant figure during the early years of Darwin's development. He was a senior South Australian public servant and was involved in a range of civic organisations.

$20.00