The Chief Minister's NT History Book Award

The Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Award was established in 2004 and recognises the most significant book on Northern Territory history published in the preceding year. The annual Award, administered by the Northern Territory Library, celebrates the contribution that the writing of Northern Territory history makes to the cultural and intellectual life of the Territory.

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A handful of sand: the Gurindji struggle, after the walk-off
A handful of sand: the Gurindji struggle, after the walk-off
A handful of sand: the Gurindji struggle, after the walk-off
Book Shortlist, 2017
Nominees: Charlie Ward
Alice Springs: from singing wire to iconic outback town
Alice Springs: from singing wire to iconic outback town
Alice Springs: from singing wire to iconic outback town
Book Winner, 2017
Nominees: Stuart Traynor
A history written in metal
A history written in metal
A history written in metal
Book Shortlist, 2015
Nominees: Steven Farram
Radar Gunner
Radar Gunner
Radar Gunner
Book Winner, 2015
Nominees: Dick Dakeyne
Warning - the story of Cyclone Tracy
Warning - the story of Cyclone Tracy
Warning - the story of Cyclone Tracy
Book Shortlist, 2015
Nominees: Sophie Cunningham
Antecedents: the history of Ward Keller
Antecedents: the history of Ward Keller
Antecedents: the history of Ward Keller
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Robyn Smith
Carrier Attack Darwin 1942
Carrier Attack Darwin 1942
Carrier Attack Darwin 1942
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Tom Lewis
Maningrida
Maningrida
Maningrida
Book Winner, 2014
Nominees: Helen Bond-Sharp
A wild history
A wild history
A wild history
Book Winner, 2013
Nominees: Darrell Lewis
Defending whose country?
Defending whose country?
Defending whose country?
Book Shortlist, 2013
Nominees: Noah Riseman
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