Remembering Territory Families Touring Exhibition
The Northern Territory’s unique and colourful history told through the lives of Territorians.
Today’s Northern Territory was built through the efforts and achievements of pioneering families whose descendants continue to make remarkable contributions to the social and economic development of the Northern Territory.These families have many stories that reflect the hardships and challenges of the old Territory and it is important they are recorded and preserved for future Territorians.
In this exhibition, the journeys of six Territorians and their families are told bringing their wonderful past back to life.
Download the Remembering Territory Families publication (PDF 1MB)
Touring Exhibition Dates:Tennant Creek
6 July – 19 August 2012
Battery Hill Mining Centre - 41 Peko Road, Tennant Creek
25 August – 7 October 2012
Alice Springs Public Library - 93 Todd St, Alice Springs
13 October – 25 November 2012
Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Culture Centre, Katherine
1 December 2012 – 25 January 2013
Northern Territory Library, Parliament House, Darwin
The Northern Territory Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sport, gratefully acknowledges the support and contribution of members of the following families: Afianos, Fong Lim,Haritos, Liddle, Muir and Williams. These families have generously donated their recollections, photographs and memories.
We would also like to thank the following organisations: Tennant & District Times, Centralian Advocate, Northern Territory News and National Archives of Australia.
The Northern Territory Library and Northern Territory Archives Service are responsible for collecting, protecting and making accessible the documentary history of the Territory. Their collections have provided research material for this exhibition.