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Title: NT centenary history seminar
Author: Northern Territory Library
Publication location: Darwin
Publisher: Northern Territory Library
Publication date: 2011-03-05
Table of Contents: 1. Welcome by Jo McGill, Director, Northern Territory Library -- Address by the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, Paul Henderson -- 2. The convuluted history of electoral representation in the Northern Territory / Dean Jaensch -- Landscapes of Commonwealth authority in Darwin / David Carment -- A tale of two railways: the debate on the Commonwealth takeover of the Northern Territory, 1910 / Bob Reece -- 3. Before and after: How the Commonwealth helped male us all Territorians / Dr. Mickey Dewar -- A new era? 1911 and Aboriginal policy / Dr. Sue Stanton -- 4. Darwin in 1911: A colonial city / Dr. Claire Lowrie -- Panel discussion with Administrator if the Northern Territory / His Honour Mr. Tom Pauling and The Honourable Austin Asche, former Administrator of the Northern Territory -- Book launch 'Commonwealth takeover of Northern Territory: 100 years ago' / by Dr. Val Fletcher.
Physical Description: 4 sound files (MP3) (ca. 364 min.) and 1 video file (mp4)
Related link: LibraryNT : NT centenary history seminar, programme booklet
Language: English
Subject: Northern Territory -- History -- 1911-2011
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