This book considers how individuals and communities in Australia's Northern Territory have thought about their histories and how these histories have been interpreted as part of wider strategies concerned with education, museums, national parks and tourism. Emphasis is given throughout to attitudes, memories and imagination that at the end of the twentieth century endowed the physical forms of the Territory's past with meaning. At the time of writing, David Carment was Professor of History and Dean of the Faculty of Law, Business and Arts at Northern Territory University. Author of numerous publications on the Northern Territory's cultural heritage, history and politics, he is also very active in community history.
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