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|Title:||A museum in Finke : an Aputula heritage project / Megg Kelham.|
Aputula Social Club Inc.
|Publication location:||Alice Springs (N.T.)|
|Publisher:||Aputula Social Club Inc.|
|Notes:||The Aputula Social Club Inc. commissioned this report. A Northern Territory Heritage Grant provided the resources to research and write it. The views in this report are the author's. Contains bibliographical references. Cover title.|
|Description / Abstract:||This report looks at the capacity of a Museum in Finke to become a sustainable income generating tourism venture. A museum in Finke could tell unique stories to locals, Anangu and Arrente, interstate and international visitors. The old buildings from the railway days should be preserved.|
|Physical Description:||97 pages : illustrations (some colour), maps, portraits ; 30 cm.|
|Subject:||Aputula Heritage Project.|
Museums -- Northern Territory -- Finke River Region -- Evaluation.
Finke (N.T.) -- History.
|Subject Location:||Finke (N.T.)|
|Access:||Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).|
|Copyright owner:||Check within Publication or with content Publisher.|
|Appears in Collections:||Historical Buildings, Sites and Maps|
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|Aputula_Heritage_Final_Report_Megg_Kelham.pdf||3.24 MB||Adobe PDF|
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