2009 NSW Premier's History Awards Winners

The winners of the 2009 NSW Premier's History Awards have been announced.  You can read the full list of shortlisted titles here.

The winners were:

Australian History Prize ($15,000)

Travels in Atomic Sunshine: Australia and the Occupation of Japan, Robin Gerster (Scribe)

General History Prize ($15,000)

The Collectors of Lost Souls: Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen, Warwick Anderson (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Multimedia History Prize ($15,000)

A Northern Town, Rachel Landers and Dylan Bowen (Pony Films)

NSW Community and Regional History Prize ($15,000)

Up on the Hill: A History of St Patrick's College, Goulburn, David Bollen (UNSW Press)

Young People's History Prize ($15,000)

Captain Cook's Apprentice, Anthony Hill (Penguin)

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