Series SISC - Solomon Islands - San Cristoval Island
Examples of various words - social organisation, beliefs


Date RangeJuly 1915 - December 1915?, last record is after December 1915
Quantity1 cm, 4 items
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur
Description

This series contains material from San Cristoval Island, concentrating on the ethnography of the region. It includes reprints of two articles, one concerning local beliefs and stories on the island, and the other concerning the islandís social organisation.

The Island of Makira (formerly San Cristobal) in the Solomon Islands is the largest island of Makira/Ulawa Province. The island is located east of Guadalcanal. The largest city is Kirakira.

For more information: External site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Cristobal_%28Solomon_Islands%29

An alternate spelling of San Cristoval Island appears to be San Cristobal Island; it is also known as Makira Island.

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AC2-SISC101 Beliefs and tales of San Cristoval (Solomon Islands).
Examples of various words - social organisation, beliefs, Solomon Islands - San Cristoval.
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Typescript. By C.E. Fox and F.H. Drew. Reprint from J Royal Anthropological Inst., XLV: 131-228. Capell's ownership signified on title page. Acquired 21/7/1922, at the start of his career. Mainly ethnographic text, but contains tales in the north eastern San Cristoval dialects Heura [Rihu'a]; Wango; Fagani and Kufi [Akufi].

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SISC101
Date range July 1915 - December 1915    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier SISC101 Series SISC
AC2-SISC102 Social organisation in San Cristoval, Solomon Islands.
Examples of various words - social organisation, beliefs, Solomon Islands - San Cristoval.
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Typescript. By C.E. Fox. Reprint. J. Royal Anthropological Inst., pp 94-179. Capell's ownership and date of acquisition 21/7/1922. Mostly ethnographic, but includes relationship and other terms. Also signifies three of the major language divisions. Contains a number of annotations by Capell.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SISC102
Date range no date (but after above publication)    Quantity 0.44 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier SISC102 Series SISC
AC2-SISCRC101 The San Cristoval Heo by C. E. Fox
San Cristoval, Solomon Islands
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4 page text.

The San Cristoval Heo. By C. E. Fox. Journal of the Polynesian Society, XXVIII (1) pp. 39- 41. In Capell's papers on 1922--07-21. Deals with various burial practices. Reprint.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SISCRC101
Quantity 0.03 cm, Formats Journals and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier SISCRC101 Series SISC
AC2-SISCRC102 Further notes on the Heo of the Solomon Islands by C. E. Fox
San Cristoval, Solomon Islands
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4 page text.

Further notes on the Heo of the Solomon Islands. By C. E. Fox. Journal of the Polynesian Society, XXVIII (2) pp. 103- 105. In Capell's papers from 1922-07-21.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-SISCRC102
Quantity 0.03 cm, Formats Journals and Published Papers or Articles
Inventory Identifier SISCRC102 Series SISC

Published by the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures,
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Updated 2 April 2014
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