Restrictions

Letters of recommendation in Box 2, Folder 23 are restricted according to state and federal law until 2050. Transcriptions located in Box 42, Folders 37 and 58 are restricted by the donor until 2010. Cassette audiotape #82 and #83 are restricted by the donor until 2010. Cassette audiotape #71 is restricted by the donor until 2050.

Abstract

Papers of Roger M. Keesing, a cultural and linguistic anthropologist whose area of specialization was the culture history and language of the Kwaio people of the island of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. The Keesing Papers represent the research and materials generated from his fieldwork with the Kwaio of Malaita, and to a lesser extent, his research in Himalayan villages of India. The papers reflect Keesing's particular interest in Melanesian languages and the cultural conflict caused by colonialism. The papers include correspondence with colleagues, friends, family, and associates; manuscripts of published and unpublished works; enthnographic and linguistic data collected in field notebooks, journals, typescripts, diaries, photographs, and recorded interviews; teaching material; writings of others related to his research interests; and computer analysis of genealogical data from Kwaio. The papers span the the period 1962 to 1993. The papers are arranged in thirteen series: 1) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS BY KEESING, 4) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 5) SOLOMON ISLANDS - FIELD RESEARCH, 6) SOLOMON ISLANDS - PHOTOGRAPHS, 7) SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIORECORDINGS, 8) SUBJECT FILES, 9) CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 10) TEACHING MATERIAL, 11) COMPUTER ANALYSIS MATERIAL, 12) INDIA - FIELD RESEARCH, and 13) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Roger Martin Keesing, anthropologist and linguist, was born on a Pacific island, Hawaii, May 16, 1935, the second child of two anthropologists. His parents, also Pacific islanders, immigrated to the United States from New Zealand in 1928. His father, Felix Maxwell Keesing, held several teaching positions, the last as the Foundation Chair of the anthropology department at Stanford University. His mother, Marie M. Martin, conducted field research in the Pacific islands.

Keesing received a B.A. degree in social anthropology from Stanford in 1956. He then spent two years with the U. S. Air Force, taking advantage of a posting to Turkey to conduct fieldwork. Deciding to continue his study of anthropology, he began graduate work at Harvard University, obtaining an M.A. in 1963 and a doctoral degree in 1965. His dissertation, KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY, was based on ethnographic fieldwork with the Kwaio, the native people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. He remained both professionally and personally engaged with the Kwaio throughout his career.

He joined the faculty of the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1965, becoming head of the anthropology department in 1971. His interest in the peoples of the Pacific region continued, and he served as Acting Director of the Center for South Pacific Studies at U.C. Santa Cruz, 1972-1974.

In 1974 Keesing accepted the chair of the anthropology department at the Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra. He was there until 1990, when he returned to North America to teach anthropology at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Keesing did fieldwork in the Solomon Islands in the early 1960s, working on his dissertation. He made regular visits over the next two decades, recording ethnographic and linguistic data that would form the basis for numerous publications on the Oceanic languages of the Solomon Islands. His book, MELANESIAN PIDGIN AND THE OCEANIC SUBSTRATE (1988), made an important contribution to creole studies, building on his previous work, a KWAIO DICTIONARY (1975) and KWAIO GRAMMAR (1985). He also carried out field research in Himalayan villages in India in 1978 and 1980-1981, but his most extensive contributions to anthropology are his studies of the language and customs of the Kwaio people.

Keesing was able to pose broad theoretical questions and respond to them with detailed research results that reflected the range of his interests: cultural theory, language, social structure, gender relations and the impact of colonial history and development. He published widely, writing over one hundred articles and ten books. He completely reworked the introductory textbook his father had written, as reflected in the subtitle, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE, which became a successful introductory text.

Keesing died in Toronto, May 7, 1993.

[Sources: Jolly. M. Roger Martin Keesing: 1935-1993. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, v4, n2 (Spring, 1993), 157-161; Macintyre, M. Roger Martin Keesing (1935-93). OCEANIA, v65, n3 (March, 1995), 193-194.

Scope and Content

The Roger M. Keesing Papers document the research and material generated from Keesing's interest in the Solomon Islands, and to a lesser extent, India. Keesing was a cultural and linguistic anthropologist whose primary research interest involved the culture, history and language of the Kwaio people of the Solomon Islands. The materials represented in the Keesing Papers include correspondence with colleagues, students, friends, and local officials; manuscripts and typescripts of published and unpublished works, ethnographic data collected in field journals, notebooks, diaries, photographs, slides, and audio recordings; academic and teaching material; writings by others related to his area of research; and computer analyses of ethnographic data.

The collection occupies 36.7 linear feet, spans the years 1962 to 1993 and is arranged in thirteen series: 1) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS BY KEESING, 4) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 5) SOLOMON ISLANDS - FIELD RESEARCH, 6) SOLOMON ISLANDS - PHOTOGRAPHS, 7) SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIORECORDINGS, 8) SUBJECT FILES, 9) CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 10) TEACHING MATERIAL, 11) COMPUTER ANALYSIS MATERIAL, 12) INDIA - FIELD RESEARCH, and 13) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

This series contains the following: annual reports from 1986 to 1992 describing Keesing's research activities, calendar pages from 1963 to 1964, a certificate of alien registration to the Solomon Islands, Keesing's curriculum vitae, newspaper clippings, and photographs of Keesing.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

This series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically thereunder. It contains correspondence with Keesing's collegues, friends, family, and associates spanning the years 1962 to 1993. David Akin and Jonathan Fifi'i are two of the extensively represented correspondents. There is substantial correspondence with various Solomon Island Ministries relating to Keesing's research efforts in the area, and there is a folder titled "Kwaio Correspondents" containing letters from Malaita denizens written in the Kwaio language.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS BY KEESING

The WRITINGS BY KEESING series is arranged in five subseries: A) Published and Unpublished Writings, B) Talks and Lectures, C) Reviews, D) School Papers, and, E) Untitled Material.

A) The Published and Unpublished Writings subseries is arranged alphabetically by title and contains abstracts, comments, correspondence, drafts, manuscripts, notes, reviews, and typescripts of published and unpublished writings by Keesing. The published material represented in this subseries includes: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE; CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY; 'ELOTA'S STORY; KWAIO DICTIONARY; KWAIO GRAMMAR; KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY (Keesing's dissertation); KWAIO RELIGION; LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND; MELANESIAN PIDGIN AND OCEANIC SUBSTRATE; AND NEW PERSPECTIVES IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (co-authored with his father, Felix Keesing).

B) The Talks and Lectures subseries is arranged alphabetically by title and reflects the breadth of Keesing's research interests such as ethnography, kinship, linguistics, religion, ritual, and theory.

C) The Reviews subseries is arranged alphabetically by the reviewed author's last name.

D) The School Papers subseries contains assignments, notes and examinations relating to Keesing's undergraduate and graduate education. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

E) The Untitled Material subseries contains bibliographic note cards, manuscripts, notes, outlines, and typescripts of projects otherwise unidentified.

SERIES 4: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Authors and B) Archival Material.

A) The Authors subseries contains correspondence, lectures, notes, and published and unpublished material by other authors. These writings date from 1954 to 1993 and are arranged alphabetically by author.

B) The Archival Material subseries contains photocopies of material related to Keesing's research for LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. This material dates from 1880 to 1939, and contains one microfilm reel. The material originates from three primary sources: the diaries of district officer W. R. Bell, the London public records office, and the Western Pacific High Commission.

SERIES 5: SOLOMON ISLANDS - FIELD RESEARCH

The SOLOMON ISLANDS - FIELD RESEARCH series are materials generated by Keesing in his research trips to his field site. It is arranged in five subseries: A) Field Notebooks, B) Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks, C) Paginated Sequence of Research Materials, D) Research Notes and Records, E) Genealogies, and F) Kwaio Custom Books.

A) The Field Notebooks subseries contains stenographer's pads used by Keesing for rough notes and jottings during his day-to-day research activties in Kwaio. They are arranged chronologically.

B) The Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks subseries contains Fifi'i's (Keesing's main field assistant and informant) stenographer's pads used for his notes and observations, mostly in Kwaio language, written in the times when Keesing was not in Kwaio.

C) The Paginated Sequence of Research Materials subseries contains Keesing's typed notes, mostly in chronological order, drawn from his notebooks and interviews. He also inlcuded interview transcripts, diary entries and letters in the sequence. He later wrote marginal numerical subject codes and stamped page numbers on these as a part of making a subject index of the notes. The index, codes used for subjects, and the notes in page order are included here.

D) The Research Notes and Records subseries contain field research records of special topics and subject notes arranged alphabetically by folder title. Of note are Keesing's handwritten census notes and settlement diagrams for each hamlet in his study area, his case records of omea (mortuary payment) exchanges, and correspondence written in the field to Douglas Oliver, Eugene Ogan, Jean Guiart, Daniel DeCoppet, Paul Kay, Pierre Maranda and others.

E) The Genealogies subseries contains records of genealogical interviews with Kwaio, a name index, and rough notes and unindexed genealogical records. The subseries begins with the index and other guides to using the material, and is then arranged mainly by Keesing's numbering of individual genealogical interviews, followed by unindexed notes.

F) The Kwaio Custom Books subseries contains works by Kwaio people mostly in their language about their views of customary rules, sacred taboos and "generations" (their English word for genealogies). It also contains writings and traditional folklore prepared by David Akin during his volunteer work at the Kwaio Cultural Center. It is arranged alphabetically by author (where known) and by title.

SERIES 6: SOLOMON ISLANDS - PHOTOGRAPHS

The SOLOMON ISLANDS - PHOTOGRAPHS series has three subseries: A) Slides, B) Contact Sheets and Prints C) Photographs of Others.

A) The Slides subseries document daily villiage activitiy as well ritual. Included with this subseries, in box 35, folder 1, is an index of the slides created by David Akin. The slides date from 1963 to 1979 and are arranged by roll number and date.

B) The Contact Sheets and Prints subseries document daily villiage activity and ritual. Included in this subseries, in box 37, folder 1, is an index of the contact sheets and prints created by David Akin. In nearly every folder there is a contact sheet with several prints. The contact sheets and prints date from 1963 to 1989; however, they are not consistently dated. Included in this subseries is a group of folders, located at the end of the subseries, that contain prints from various Keesing publications including LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND, 'ELOTA'S STORY, FROM PIG THEFT TO PARLIAMENT, and KWAIO RELIGION.

C) The Photographs of Others subseries primarily contains aerial photographs of Keesing's research areas; however, there are folders containing photographs attributed to others. There is no index for this subseries and very little descriptive annotation associated with any of the photographs.

SERIES 7: SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIORECORDINGS

The SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIORECORDINGS series has three subseries: A) Indexes and Transcripts, B) Cassette Tapes and C) Reel-to-Reel Tapes.

A) The Indexes and Transcripts subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder title and include the tape or reel number associated with the corresponding index or transcipt. The cassette tapes and reel-to-reel tapes document interviews with informants, Kwaio ritual, Kwaio chanting and music, and Kwaio history. Of particular interest are the tapes relating to the Bell massacre as Keesing captured interviews with the last living Kwaio witnesses.

B) The Cassette Tape subseries is arranged numerically from 1 to 181.

C) The Reel-to-Reel subseries is arranged numerically from 1 to 151.

SERIES 8: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series is arranged alphabetically by subject and contains subjects such as field work proposals, grant applications, pijin notes, and research proposals.

SERIES 9: CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

The CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS series is arranged alphabetically by title. The series contains correspondence and invitations extended to Keesing for various conferences and meetings spanning the years 1968 to 1993.

SERIES 10: TEACHING MATERIAL

The TEACHING MATERIAL series has four subseries: A) University of California, Santa Cruz, B) Australian National University, C) McGill University, and D) Miscellaneous.

A) The University of California, Santa Cruz subseries contains syllabi, reading lists and notes Keesing generated during his tenure at UCSC.

B) The Australian National University subseries contains course material and administrative material related to Keesing's tenure while at ANU.

C) The McGill Unversity subseries contains course material, evaluations by students, notes, and proposals for courses while Keesing was at McGill.

D) The Miscellaneous subseries contains a final report on Keesing's Peace Corps orientation course and numerous lecture notes from extension courses Keesing instructed through the University of the South Pacific.

SERIES 11: INDIA - FIELD RESEARCH

The INDIA - FIELD RESEARCH series has four subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Writings, C) Field Journals, and D) Subject Files.

A) The Correspondence subseries is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically thereunder. It contains correspondence with Keesing's colleagues, students and friends, and spans the years 1978 to 1986.

B) The Writings subseries contains linguistic notes, research notes and a transcribed interview from Keesing's research efforts in India. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by title.

C) The Field Journal subseries documents Keesing's research activities in the Chambra District of India. This subseries includes considerable linguistic and genealogical material. The journals date from March 1980 to April 1981.

D) The Subject Files subseries contains maps, photographs and slides, research proposals, and seminar notes from Keesing's research in India. The material is arranged alphabetically by title, dating from 1980 to 1981.

SERIES 12: COMPUTER ANALYSIS MATERIAL

The COMPUTER ANALYSIS MATERIAL series contains computer generated analysis from Keesing's research with the Kwaio. Keesing's genealogical research and linguistic material are well represented in this series. The series contains numerous computer printouts and is arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 13: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

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11 Annual reports, 1986 - 1992. Descriptions of Keesing's research activities.
12 Autobiographical note. Typescript written by Keesing.
13 Calendar pages, 1963 - 1964.
14 Certificate of Alien Registration - Solomon Islands, 1962.
15 Curriculum vitae.
16 Newspaper clippings.
17 Photographs of Keesing.

CORRESPONDENCE

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18 A - Miscellaneous.
19 Acciaioli, Greg, 1989 - 1991.
110 'Adifaka, John, 1983 - 1990. Jonathan Fifi'i's brother.
111 Air Reserve Records Center, 1962.
112 Akimichi, Tomoya, 1976 - 1977.
113 Akin, David and Kathleen Gillogly, 1984 - 1992.
114 Anderson, G. M., 1976 - 1980.
115 Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies, 1974 - 1993.
116 B - Miscellaneous.
117 Baker, Martin, 1978.
118 Barth, Fredrick, 1990 - 1992.
119 Blackman, Margaret B., 1989 - 1991.
120 Blust, Bob, 1988 - 1989.
121 Bocaz, Aura, 1990 - 1991.
122 Burt, Ben (Museum of Mankind, London), 1974 - 1983.
123 C - Miscellaneous.
124 Carrier, James, 1989 - 1991.
125 Clark, Nicholas, 1983.
126 Craven, Anna, 1974 - 1979.
127 Crocombe, Ron G., 1990.
128 D - Miscellaneous.
129 E - Miscellaneous.
130 East-West Center, 1974 - 1988.
131 Ehrlich, Celia, 1989 - 1990.
132 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD CULTURES, 1989 - 1990.
133 Evo, Michael, 1983.
134 F - Miscellaneous.
135 Feit, Harvey, 1990.
136 Field Supplies and Expenses, 1963 - 1964.
137 Fifi'i, Jonathan, 1966 - 1989.
138 Fifi'i, Seda, 1982 - 1990.
139 Fox, James, 1979 - 1992.
140 Frazer, Ian, 1988.
141 Freeman, Derek, 1992.
142 Friedlaender, Jonathan, 1973 - 1992.
143 Friedman, Jonathan, 1980 - 1992.
144 G - Miscellaneous.
21 Gegeo, David W., 1976 - 1984.
22 Givon, Talmy, 1987 - 1990.
23 Goldsmith, Michael, 1989 - 1990.
24 H - Miscellaneous.
25 Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1964 - 1991.
26 HUMAN NATURE, 1978 - 1979.
27 Hviding, Edvard, 1989 - 1992.
28 I - Miscellaneous.
29 Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin, 1987 - 1988.
210 J - Miscellaneous.
211 Jackson, Jean, 1989.
212 Jolly, Margaret, 1988 - 1991.
213 K - Miscellaneous.
214 Keesing, Donald B. (brother), 1962.
215 Keesing, Felix (father), 1935 - 1943.
216 Keesing, Nancy (cousin), 1977 - 1986.
217 Keesing, Zina (wife), 1963 - 1990.
218 KOCE-TV 50, Huntington Beach, California, 1981 - 1982.
219 Kwaio correspondents, 1975 - 1990.
220 L - Miscellaneous.
221 Laracy, Hugh, 1982 - 1989.
222 Larwood, Len, 1975 - 1979. (director, Atoifi Adventist Hospital).
223 Letters of recommendation.
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224 Letters regarding Keesing's applications for research in the Solomon Islands, 1976 - 1989.
225 Livermore, Pamela, 1984.
226 Lounga, Silas, 1975 - 1978.
227 M - Miscellaneous.
228 McGill University, 1990.
229 McMaster University, 1987 - 1989.
230 Meltzoff, Sarah, 1983.
231 N - Miscellaneous.
232 National Science Foundation, 1968 - 1990.
233 O - Miscellaneous.
234 Obrist, Brigit, 1988 - 1989.
235 ORSTOM (Institut Francaise de Recherche pour le Developpement et Cooperation), 1987.
236 Otto, Ton, 1990 - 1991.
237 P - Miscellaneous.
238 Papua New Guinea Commission, 1974.
239 R - Miscellaneous.
240 Reed, James, 1980. Enclosures include photocopies and correspondence between Felix Keesing and Clark Wissler, 1927-1930.
241 Richter, Don, 1988 - 1989.
242 S - Miscellaneous.
243 Samou, Salome, 1983 - 1987.
244 Scholte, Bob. 1976 and 1986.
245 Schreiner-Keesing, Shelley (wife), 1977 - 1990.
246 Shapiro, Warren, 1989 - 1990.
247 Solomon Islands. Australian High Commission, 1977 - 1990.
248 Solomon Islands. British High Commission, 1985 - 1986.
249 Solomon Islands. Departments and Offices, 1970 - 1987.
250 Solomon Islands. Development Trust, 1983 - 1984.
251 Solomon Islands. Governing Council, 1947. Solomon Mamaloni, chief minister.
252 Solomon Islands. Governor's Office, 1977. Colin H. Allan, governor.
253 Solomon Islands. Malaita Province, 1979 - 1983. David Nanato, premier and Francis Daley, magistrate.
254 Solomon Islands. Medical Department, 1963 - 1969.
255 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, 1977 - 1978. Includes information on aerial photographs taken in 1968-1969. See Series 6C, Photographs of Others, Box 41, Folders 6-12.
256 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Education, Training and Cultural Affairs, 1974 - 1990.
257 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1983.
258 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Home Affairs and National Development, 1983 - 1988.
31 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Immigration and Labour, 1988.
32 Solomon Islands. Ministry of Natural Resources, 1981.
33 Solomon Islands. Office of the District Commissioner, Malaita, 1963 - 1974.
34 Solomon Islands. Office of the Prime Minister, 1988 - 1989. Solomon Mamaloni, prime minister.
35 Solomon Islands. Secretariat, 1974. A.T. Clark, chief secretary.
36 Solomon Islands. Western Pacific High Commission, 1963 - 1974.
37 Solomon Islands. Western Province, 1986. Valerie Harrison, cultural affairs officer.
38 Spindler, George and Louise, 1966 - 1989.
39 Stanford University Press, 1988 - 1990.
310 Steley, Dennis, 1975 - 1983.
311 Stoler, Ann, 1990.
312 Strathern, Andrew, 1974 - 1984.
313 T - Miscellaneous.
314 Tedder, J.L.P., 1966 - 1974. J.L.P. Tedder was director, Solomon Islands Information and Broadcasting Museum and Library Services, Honiara, Solomon Islands.
315 Teleki, Geza, 1974 - 1975.
316 Thomas, Nicholas, 1989 - 1992.
317 Tuhaika, John, 1990.
318 U - Miscellaneous.
319 UNESCO. Office for the Pacific States, 1989.
320 University of the South Pacific, 1974 - 1991.
321 V - Miscellaneous.
322 W - Miscellaneous.
323 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1987 - 1988.
324 White, Geoffrey, 1976 - 1993.
325 Whitmore, T.C., 1968.
326 Williams, Jeff, 1987 - 1988.
327 Young, Michael, 1990 - 1992.
328 Y-Z - Miscellaneous.
329 Unidentified correspondents.

WRITINGS BY KEESING

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Books, Journal Articles and Papers

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330 African Models in the Malaita Highlands. Typescript.
331 Analytical Note on the Classification of Step-Kin. Typescript.
332 Anthropology in Oceania: Problems and Prospects, 1989. Typescript and photocopy. Published in OCEANIA 60 (1989).
333 Austronesian Project. Typescript.
334 Becoming Christian Among the Kwaio: A Pagan Priest's Retrospective. Typescript.
335 Christians and Pagans in Kwaio, Malaita. Mimeograph. Published in the JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, vol.76 no.1, March 1967.
336 Christians and Pagans in Kwaio, Malaita - Correspondence, 1967 - 1968.
337 Class, Culture, Custom. Typescript.
338 Cognitive Linguistics. Typescript.
339 Colonial and Counter-Colonial Discourse in Melanesia. Manuscript notes and typescript.
340 Colonial Discourse and Codes of Discrimination in the Pacific. Typescript.
341 Colonial History as Contested Ground: The Bell Massacre in the Solomons. Photocopy of typescript.
41 Concept of Culture and the Crisis of Theory. Typescript.
42 Constructing Space in Kwaio. Typescript.
43 Contingency Rules in the Study of Social Organizations. Notes.
44 Creating the Past: Custom and Identity in the Contemporary Pacific. Typescript.
45 Cultural and Social in Defining the Kindred, 1968. Typescript.
46 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Comments by the author. Typescript.
47 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Correspondence, 1975 - 1993.
48 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Correspondence, 1983 - 1989. General correspondence regarding Cultural Anthropology, revisions, praise, suggestions.
49 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Correspondence - Permissions, 1975 - 1980. Correspondence with rights-holders requesting permission to quote or use material from their works.
410 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Correspondence - Permissions, 1980 - 1981. Requests sent to copyright holders for permission to quote. Chronological order.
411 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE -- Correspondence - Reviews, 1987 - 1988. Correspondence with editor regarding revisions includes anonymous reviews and Keesing's reply.
412 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE - Publication Photographs. Photographs considered for inclusion in Cultural Anthropology. Includes some negatives.
413 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE - Publication Photographs - Permissions Correspondence, 1974 - 1975. Various correspondence for permission to use photographs in textbook.
414 Publication Photographs - American Museum of Natural History. Four prints of various subjects. Includes permissions correspondence.
415 Publication Photographs - Bozic, Sreten - Australian Photographs. Four prints, various subjects. Includes permissions correspondence.
416 Publication Photographs - DeVore, Irvin - Anthro - Photo. Permissions correspondence.
417 Publication Photographs - Duncan, George - Lana. Three prints of chimpanzee using symbols. Includes permissions correspondence.
418 Publication Photographs - Feil, D. K. - Enga Photographs. Two prints of Enga tee. Includes letter from Feil.
419 Publication Photographs - Gladwin, Thomas - Stone Compass. Print and negative of Stone Compass by Thomas Gladwin. Includes permissions correspondence with Harvard University Press.
420 Publication Photographs - Kawai, Masao - Macaques. Two prints and three negatives of Japanese macaques washing potatoes. Includes permissions correspondence.
421 Publication Photographs - Leach, Jerry W. - Trobriands. 18 prints (captions by photographer on back) of Trobriand Island life. Includes permissions correspondence.
422 Publication Photographs - Lewis, David - Puluwat Helmsman. Print of Puluwat Helmsman by David Lewis and permissions correspondence.
423 Publication Photographs - Mitchell Library - Cricketers. Print of Australian Aboriginal cricket team. Includes permissions correspondence.
424 Publication Photographs - Office of Information. Print of ritual in Papua New Guinea and permissions correspondence for other pictures.
425 Publication Photographs - Patterson, Penny - Koko. Two prints of a chimpanzee using sign language. Includes permissions correspondence.
426 Publication Photographs - Proud Owner of a Pig, Mt. Hagan TPNG. Stamped by "Australian News and Information Bureau." No correspondence.
427 Publication Photographs - Shepardson, H.U. - Native Quarrel. Slide and negative of one photograph. Includes permissions correspondence.
428 Publication Photographs - Singarimbun, Masri - Slametan. Three prints of slametan ritual and permissions correspondence.
429 Publication Photographs - Smithsonian Institution - American Indian Photographs. Prints from the Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives and permissions correspondence.
430 Publication Photographs - Teleki, Geza - Chimpanzees. Print of chimpanzees hunting. Includes permissions correspondence.
431 Publication Photographs - Unidentified African Photographs. Six prints of African scenes. Caption notes interleaved. No correspondence.
432 Publication Photographs - Unidentified Photographs. Two prints, typed captions on back. Rights-holder is United Nations. No correspondence.
433 Cultural Identity, History and Colonialism. Abstracts for a collection of Keesing's papers.
434 Culture Again. Manuscript draft.
435 Culture, Cognition and Interpretation. Abstracts for a collection of Keesing's papers.
436 Culture, Custom, Class: The Politics of Identity in the Pacific. Manuscript outline.
437 Culture, Knowledge and Interpretation. Outline and notes.
438 CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY -- Chapters 2-8, 1992. Typescript.
439 CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY -- Chapters 9-22, 1992. Typescript.
51 CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY -- Correspondence, 1991 - 1992.
52 CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY -- Cover.
53 CUSTOM AND CONFRONTATION: THE KWAIO STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL AUTONOMY -- Correspondence - General. Correspondence relating to the publication of Custom and Confrontation. Includes anonymous reviews of the manuscript and contract.
54 Decision Models Revisited. Draft and notes.
55 Decision Models Revisited. Correspondence, 1978.
56 Discourse of Discrimination: Domination and Resistance in the Pacific. Typescript.
57 Earth and Path as Complex Categories: Semantics and Symbolism in Kwaio Culture, 1988.
58 Earth and Path as Complex Categories: Semantics and Symbolism in Kwaio Culture - Correspondence, 1988 - 1990.
59 Eastern Timbira Kinship: A Reassessment Reassessed. Typescript. Part 1.
510 Eastern Timbira Kinship: A Reassessment Reassessed. Typescript. Part 2.
511 Eastern Timbira Kinship: A Reassessment Reassessed - Correspondence, 1969 - 1982.
512 'ELOTA'S STORY. Manuscript draft.
513 'ELOTA'S STORY - Epilogue, 1982. Typescript.
514 'ELOTA'S STORY - Correspondence, 1976 - 1990.
515 'ELOTA'S STORY - Reviews, 1979.
516 Emic and Etic in Retrospect. Typescript.
517 Ethnographer As Messiah. Typescript.
518 Exotic Readings of Cultural Texts. Photocopy of typescript.
519 Exotic Readings of Cultural Texts - Correspondence, 1988 - 1989.
520 Expansion of Melanesian Pidgin: Further Early Evidence from the Solomons. Typescript.
521 Experienced Bodies as Contested Sites. Abstract.
522 Experiments in Thinking About Ritual (for Gregory Bateson, teacher and friend). Typescript.
523 Experiments in Thinking About Ritual (for Gregory Bateson, teacher and friend) - Correspondence, 1989.
524 Explorations in Incomprehension: Some Doubts About the Quest for Meaning. Manuscript draft.
525 Exploring the History of Pidgin English in the Pacific. Typescript.
526 Fella in Nineteenth-Century Pacific Pidgin: Towards the Solution of a Puzzle. Typescript.
527 Fella in Nineteenth-Century Pacific Pidgin: Towards the Solution of a Puzzle - Correspondence, 1991.
528 Foraging in the Urban Jungle: Notes from the Kwaio Underground. Typescript.
529 Formal and Sociological Analysis of Ramkokamekra Kinship - Correspondence, 1966 - 1968.
530 From Fisin to Pijin: Creolization in Process in the Solomon Islands. Typescript.
531 Fifi'i, Jonathan. FROM PIG THEFT TO PARLIAMENT - Foreword by Roger Keesing, 1989.
532 Fifi'i, Jonathan. FROM PIG THEFT TO PARLIAMENT - Correspondence, 1984 - 1989.
533 Fifi'i, Jonathan. FROM PIG THEFT TO PARLIAMENT - Press release, 1989.
534 Frontiers of Cultural Theory. Outline for a book. Ca. 1968.
535 Frontiers of Cultural Theory - Correspondence, 1968.
536 Genetic Model and Kinship Reconstructions. Typescript.
537 History and Future of Solomons Pigin: Myths and Fallacies. Typescript chronology.
538 Image of "The Native" in Missionary Ideology. Typescript.
539 Intellectual Meandering... Manuscript notes.
540 Kastom in Melanesia: An Overview. Typescript.
541 Kastom Reexamined. Typescript.
542 Keesing narrative of his arrival and early days on Malaita. Chapters 1-4. Manuscript and typescript.
543 Kin, Allies and Ancestors: The Kwaio of Malaita. Typescript.
544 KINGROUPS AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE - Correspondence, 1983 - 1985. General correspondence regarding sales and marketing.
545 Kinship, Bonding and Categorization. Typescript.
546 Kwaio Descent Groups. Manuscript. Ca. 1966.
547 Kwaio Descent Groups. Typescript.
61 Kwaio Descent Groups. Reviews and comments. Includes copy annotated by D.M. Schneider.
62 Kwaio Descent Groups, 1967 - 1968. Correspondence.
63 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Manuscript notes.
64 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Manuscript notes.
65 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Manuscript notes.
66 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Manuscript notes.
67 KWAIO DICTIONARY, 1960 - 1970. Manuscript notes.
68 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Cut-and-paste draft and typescript.
69 KWAIO DICTIONARY. Typescript.
71 KWAIO DICTIONARY, 1975. Published version with extensive annotation.
72 KWAIO DICTIONARY - Second edition. Typescript.
73 KWAIO DICTIONARY - Supplement. Typescript.
74 KWAIO DICTIONARY - More New Words, 1982. Manuscript.
75 KWAIO DICTIONARY, 1982 - 1988. Notes.
76 KWAIO DICTIONARY - Addenda.
77 KWAIO DICTIONARY - New entries, 1990. Typescript.
78 KWAIO DICTIONARY - "Additions to Roger's Dictionary". By David Akin. Photocopy of Books 1-3.
79 KWAIO DICTIONARY - Correspondence, 1969 - 1989.
710 KWAIO GRAMMAR. Notes.
711 KWAIO GRAMMAR. Notes.
712 KWAIO GRAMMAR, 1982. Typescript.
81 KWAIO GRAMMAR. Typescripts.
82 KWAIO GRAMMAR - Correspondence, 1981 - 1986.
83 KWAIO GRAMMAR - Reviews, 1982.
84 KWAIO GRAMMAR - Miscellaneous.
85 Kwaio Kinship Terminology. Comments.
86 Kwaio Kinship Terminology - Correspondence, 1965 - 1967.
87 Kwaio Kinship Terminology. Notes.
88 Kwaio Kinship Terminology - Typescript.
89 Kwaio Language and Its Speakers. Typescript.
810 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Includes thesis prospectus and preliminary working draft of chapter one.
811 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Manuscript draft.
812 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Typescript.
813 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Data compilations.
814 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Maps, illustrations and genealogies.
815 KWAIO MARRIAGE AND SOCIETY. Grant-in-aid application, undated.
816 Kwaio of Malaita: Proud Traditionalists. Typescript.
817 Kwaio of Malaita: Proud Traditionalists - Correspondence, 1981 - 1982.
818 Kwaio of Melanesia: Women's Lives in a Traditional Enclave. Typescript.
819 Kwaio: Old Values and New Discontents. Manuscript.
820 Kwaio Oral Epics: Work Barely Yet in Progress. Manuscript.
821 Kwaio Pollution and Cultural Theory. Typescript.
91 Kwaio Pollution and the Politics of Ideology. Manuscript.
92 Kwaio Pollution and the Politics of Ideology. Typescript.
93 Kwaio Pollution and the Politics of Ideology. Notes.
94 Kwaio Pollution and the Politics of Ideology, 1976 - 1977. Correspondence.
95 Kwaio Religion. Typescript.
96 Kwaio Religion - Part One: An Inside View. Manuscript.
97 Kwaio Religion: Postscripts on Myth and 'Mana'.
98 KWAIO RELIGION: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD IN A SOLOMON ISLAND SOCIETY, 1977 - 1990. Correspondence.
99 KWAIO RELIGION: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD IN A SOLOMON ISLAND SOCIETY. Map and illustrations
910 KWAIO RELIGION: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD IN A SOLOMON ISLAND SOCIETY. Typescript notes.
911 KWAIO RELIGION: THE LIVING AND THE DEAD IN A SOLOMON ISLAND SOCIETY, 1983 - 1984. Reviews and prepublication comments, including a lengthy commentary by R. McKinley.
912 Kwaio Religion - Toward Deeper Understanding.
913 Kwaio Social Relations and Cultural Code. Typescript grant application for funding for computer analysis of Kwaio research. Ca. 1970.
914 Kwaio Society in Time and Space. Typescript.
915 Kwaio Village Census Records. Typescript.
916 Kwaisulia as Culture Hero. Typescript.
917 Kwaisulia as Culture Hero, 1988 - 1991. Correspondence with James Carrier.
918 Kwara'ae Conceptions of Abu: A Further Note. Typescript.
919 Kwara'ae Kinship and the Analysis of Prescriptive Alliance, 1963. Manuscript and typescript.
101 Linguistics and Anthropology. Manuscript.
102 Linguistics and Anthropology, 1991. Correspondence.
103 Maasina Rule. Manuscript.
104 Maasina Rule. Typescripts.
105 Maasina Rule and Regional Cultism on Malaita. Manuscript.
106 Maasina Rule and Regional Cultism on Malaita. Typescript.
107 Maasina Rule and Regional Cultism on Malaita. Notes.
108 Maasina Rule and Regional Cultism on Malaita, 1879 - 1973. Research materials.
109 Maasina Rule and Regional Cultism on Malaita, 1977 - 1980. Correspondence.
1010 Making a Living: Kwaio, Malaita. Manuscript.
1011 Malaita: Ethnonyms. Typescript.
1012 Malaita Kinship Terms. Notes and manuscript.
1013 Malaita Pollution: Cultural Theory and the Politics of Ideology. Manuscript.
1014 Malaita Pollution: Cultural Theory and the Politics of Ideology. Typescript.
1015 Mana and Anthropological Epistemology. Referee's report.
1016 Mana and Tabou. Typescript definitions for the DICTIONNAIRE DE L'ETHNOLOGIE ET DE L'ANTHROPOLOGIE.
1017 Mana and Tabou, 1987. Correspondence.
1018 Mana, Tapu and Ethnographic Understanding, 1981. Abstract.
1019 Melanesian Cultures. Typescript.
1020 Melanesian Pidgin and Ocean Syntax: Further Evidence from Solomons Languages. Typescript.
1021 MELANESIAN PIDGIN AND THE OCEANIC SUBSTRATE, 1986 - 1990. Correspondence.
1022 MELANESIAN PIDGIN AND THE OCEANIC SUBSTRATE. Reviews.
1023 Murder on Mount Austen: Ancestors, Warriors and Urban Thugs. Typescript.
1024 Murder on Mount Austen: Ancestors, Warriors and Urban Thugs, 1990 - 1991. Correspondence.
1025 New Lessons from Old Shells: Changing Perspectives on the Kula. Typescript.
1026 NEW PERSPECTIVES IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 1975. Correspondence.
1027 NEW PERSPECTIVES IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Illustrations.
1028 NEW PERSPECTIVES IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Review.
1029 Not a Real Fish: The Ethnographer as Inside Outsider. Typescript.
1030 On Not Understanding Symbols: Some Doubts About and Anthropology of Meaning. Manuscript and typescript. Part 1.
1031 On Not Understanding Symbols: Some Doubts About and Anthropology of Meaning. Typescript. Part 2.
1032 Open Letter to Members of the Legislative Assembly. Typescript.
111 Paradigms Lost: The New Ethnography and the New Linguistics. Manuscript.
112 Paradigms Lost: The New Ethnography and the New Linguistics. Typescript.
113 Paradigms Lost: The New Ethnography and the New Linguistics, 1972. Correspondence.
114 Past in the Present: Contested Representations of Culture and History, 1990 - 1991. Typescript. Presented at the New Zealand Association of Social Anthropologists 15th Annual Conference, 1990; and, at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1991.
115 Plantation Networks, Plantation Culture: The Hidden Side of Colonial Melanesia. Typescript.
116 Political Economy of Knowledge: Anthropological Essays on Culture, Colonialism and Categorization. Typescript outline.
117 Politics of Fieldwork: Solomon Islands, 1962-1984. Typescript.
118 Politics of Fieldwork: Solomon Islands, 1962-1984. Correspondence.
119 Politics of Fieldwork: Solomon Islands, 1962-1984. Comments by Christine Jourdan.
1110 Problem of Ancestral Ghosts: An Antiskeptic Solution. Typescript.
1111 Racial and Ethnic Categories in Colonial and Postcolonial States, 1988. Correspondence.
1112 Radical Cultural Difference: Anthropology's Myth. Typescript.
1113 RECONSIDERING ANTHROPOLOGY IN MELANESIA: Epilogue, 1990. Margaret Jolly, co-author.
1114 Regards des Femmes Kwaio sur leur Societe: Extraits des Textes des Femmes Kwaio. Typescript.
1115 Reinventing Traditional Culture: The Politics of Kastom in Island Melanesia, 1983 - 1984. Reviews.
1116 Reply. Typescript.
1117 Reply to Belikov, Bickerton, Muhlhauser, Romaine and Siegel. Typescript.
1118 Reply to Trask. Typescript.
1119 Research in Solomon Islands: A Discussion Paper. Typescript.
1120 Research Opportunities in the Solomon Islands. Manuscript.
1121 Resistance: The Kwaio Struggle for Cultural Autonomy, 1870-1990. Typescript.
1122 Rethinking Mana. Manuscript. Part 1.
1123 Rethinking Mana. Manuscript. Part 2.
121 Rethinking Mana. Typescript.
122 Rethinking Mana. Manuscript notes. Part 1.
123 Rethinking Mana. Manuscript notes. Part 2.
124 Rethinking Mana. Reference articles by others.
125 Rethinking Mana. Reference articles by others. Undated.
126 Rethinking Mana, 1979 - 1983. Correspondence.
127 Ritual and Meaning: Some Conceptual Preliminaries. Typescript.
128 Rituals of Manhood: Male Initiation in Papua New Guinea. Reviews.
129 Role of the Kwaio Father. Typescript draft.
1210 Semantics of 'Wela": Engaging Complexity. Typescript.
1211 Semantics, Symbolism and Cognition. Typescript.
1212 Setting the Record Straight. Typescript.
1213 Sins of a Mission: Christian Life as Kwaio Traditionalist Ideology. Typescript.
1214 Social Structure as Process: Longitudinal Perspectives on Kwaio Society. Typescript.
1215 Solomons Pijin: An Introductory Grammar. Typescript.
131 Solomons Pijin as a Melanesian Language: A Sketch Grammar. Typescript.
132 Solomons Pijin: Colonial Ideologies. Typescript.
133 Solomons Pijin Pronouns: A Further Look. Typescript.
134 Solomons Pijin Pronouns and the Oceanic Substrate. Typescript. Part 1.
135 Solomons Pijin Pronouns and the Oceanic Substrate. Typescript. Part 2.
136 Some Problems in the Study of Oceanic Religion, 1992. Typescript.
137 Somerville, Henry B.T. - Notes for a Paper. Includes postcard of a photograph taken by Somerville and unidentified negatives of illustrations from a book.
138 Somerville Paper, 1985 - 1988. Correspondence.
139 Still Further Notes on Maasina Rule. Typescript.
1310 Sub-Classes of Oceanic Statives: A Caution and a Questions. Manuscript notes.
1311 Sub-Classes of Oceanic Statives: A Caution and a Question. Typescript.
1312 Sub-Classes of Oceanic Statives: A Caution and a Question, 1985. Correspondence.
1313 Substrates, Calquing and Grammaticalization in Melanesian Pidgin. Typescript.
1314 Ta'a Geni: Women's Perspectives on Kwaio Society - Memorandum of Agreement, 1986. Cambridge University Press. For chapter in M. Strathen's book, "Dealing with Inequality."
1315 Tabou. Typescript.
1316 Theories of Culture Revisited. Typescript.
1317 Time, Cosmology and Experience, 1991. Notes. Includes comments by F.K. Lehman.
1318 Traditionalist Enclaves in Melanesia. Manuscript.
1319 Transformational Linguistics and Structural Anthropology. Photocopy of typescript.
1320 Tribal World: Lessons for Social Architects?, 1979. Published in HUMAN FUTURES, Autumn 1979.
1321 Tuesday's Chiefs Revisited. Typescript.
1322 Two Models for Ethnoscience Research. Typescript.
1323 Uses of Knowledge in Kwaio Society. Typescript.
1324 Uses of Racism. Typescript.
1325 Where Have All the Structures Gone?. Typescript.
1326 Women's Lives in a Traditionalist Enclave: The Kwaio of Melanesia. Typescript.
1327 World System and the Cultural Construction of History. Typescript.
1328 Young Dick Attack: Oral and Documentary History on the Colonial Frontier. Typescript.
1329 Young Dick Attack: Oral and Documentary History on the Colonial Frontier - Research Material, 1880 - 1886. See also the transcripts of oral accounts of attacks on ships in the series SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIORECORDINGS, Box 42, Folders 33 and 45.
1330 Young Dick Attack: Oral and Documentary History on the Colonial Frontier, 1985. Correspondence.
141 Unidentified writings.
142 Unidentified writings.

LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND

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143 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Typescripts.
144 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - 1927 punitive expedition and Bell killing miscellanea.
145 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Notes.
146 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Interview transcripts, 1970 - 1979.
147 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Settlement rosters - 1927, 1964, 1966, 1969.
148 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Reviews, 1980 - 1983.
149 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Bibliographic sources and indexes.
1410 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - News clippings regarding William Bell.
1411 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Documents from miscellaneous sources, 1829 - 1903.
1412 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Documents from miscellaneous sources, 1915 - 1928.
151 LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND - Correspondence - Alden - Wintle.
161 Research Materials - Bell Massacre - News Reports, 1927 - 1977. Typescript news reports following the massacre as reported by the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
162 Research Materials - Bell Massacre - Reports from the Punitive Expedition, 1927.
163 Research Materials - Bell, William R. Government Agent, "Clansman" - Journal.
164 Research Materials - District Officer, Malaita - Diaries, 1921.
165 Research Materials - District Officer, Malaita - Diaries, 1922.
166 Research Materials - District Officer, Malaita - Diaries, 1924.
167 Research Materials - District Officer, Malaita - Diaries, 1925. November and December missing.
168 Research Materials - District Officer, Malaita - Diaries, 1926 - 1927.
171 Research Materials - King's Regulation - 1928, 1928 - 1939. Detention of Malaita natives regulation.
172FB-228-01Research Materials - Lists of Malaita District Records. One microfilm reel.
173 Research Materials - Murray Report, 1916.
174 Research Materials - Public Record Office, London, 1914 - 1915.
175 Research Materials - Public Record Office, London, 1914 - 1917. Papers related to the tenure of W.R. Bell, District Officer, Malaita.
176 Research Materials - Public Record Office, London, 1916.
177 Research Materials - Public Record Office, London, 1917 - 1927.
178 Research Materials - Public Record Office, London, 1928.
179 Research Materials - Royal Navy. Australia Station. Northern Division Box - Proceedings of Various Ships, 1900 - 1911.
1710 Research Materials - Solomon Islands - Malaita Massacre, 1927. Document identified as Australian Archives - Series A981 - Solomons 2.
1711 Research Materials - Western Pacific Archives - Correspondence, 1911 - 1928. Copies of official correspondence between the District Officer's Office and the High Commissioners for the Western Pacific. Named: Henry May, L. Harecourt, William Bell, Eyre Hutson.
1712 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Murder of Rev. F. Daniels at Uru, Malaita, on 18th June, 1911.
1713 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the Daniels murder including written testimonies and a typescript extract titled "Narrow Escape" by Arthur Hopkins.
1714 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1921. Papers relating to several murder trials, April 21, 1921 - May 21, 1921.
1715 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1927. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, October 7 - November 15, 1927.
1716 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1927 - 1928. Papers relating to the massacre of W. R. Bell and K. C. Lillies, November 3, 1927 - July 4, 1928.
1717 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, Nov. 16 - December 30, 1927.
1718 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, January 6 - February 28, 1928.
1719 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, March 8 - May 31, 1928.
1720 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, June 1, 1928 - December 12, 1929.
1721 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1928 - 1929. Papers relating to the massacre of W. R. Bell and K. C. Lillies, July 5, 1928 - May 1929.
1722 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission. Papers relating to the massacre of W.R. Bell and K.C. Lillies, January 14, 1936 - March 21, 1939.
1723 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1911 - 1912. Papers relating to the Ruby attack, November 15, 1911 - June 17, 1912.
1724 Research Materials - Western Pacific High Commission, 1928. Review of Conduct of Administration on Island of Malaita. Includes service report detailing the investigation following the murders of Bell and Lillies.
1725 Research Materials - Woodford Papers, 1880 - 1896. Papers documenting conflicts between Europeans and "natives," October 5, 1880 - August 19, 1896.

Talks and Lectures

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181 Announcements of lectures, 1984 - 1988.
182 Anthropological Methods.
183 Anthropological Study of Myth.
184 Anthropologists, Historians and Modern Pacific History.
185 Anthropology and Religion.
186 Anthropology of Gender in Melanesia.
187 Anti-Colonial Struggle and Community Transformation in a Pacific Tribal Society: 1882-1982.
188 Bateson.
189 Being a Tribesman in the 1970s: A Solomon Island View of a Third World Dilemma.
1810 Being Un-Underdeveloped: Strategies and Options of Kwaio Isolation.
1811 Cargo Cults.
1812 Cargo Cults as Anti-Colonial Movements: The Case of Maasina Rule.
1813 Caspar Naegele Memorial Lecture - University of British Colombia, 1993.
1814 Characteristics of Island Societies: The Effects of Aid.
1815 Christian Country.
1816 Credit Union Talk.
1817 Crossing Paths.
1818 Cultural Diversity and Psychic Unity: Reflections on a Solomons Island Society.
1819 Cultural Obstacles to Development.
1820 Cultural Symbols and the Political Economy of Knowledge: Some Problems in Analyzing Kwaio Religion. Presented at Stanford University, 1979.
1821 Cultural Undertows: The Quest for Identity. Presented at the University of California, Los Angeles, World Affairs Conference, 1985.
1822 Culture.
1823 Custom Today in Oceania. Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, 1991.
1824 Descent and Local Groups: Some Conceptual Issues.
1825 Descent Groups as Primary Segments: Some Kwaio Evidence. Presented at the Symposium in Oceanic Anthropology, 1968.
1826 Digging Deeper: Cognitive Ethnography and Structural Analysis in a Solomon's Society.
1827 Durkheim and His Legacy.
1828 Early Theories of Primitive Religion.
1829 Ethnography as Reciprocal Co-Optation.
1830 Experiments in Grassroots Development: Solomon Islands.
1831 Explanations of Pollution.
1832 Fifty Years Ago: The Assassination of Bell in Retrospect.
1833 Formal Biology and the Study of Culture.
1834 From Tidy Tribe to Peripheral Peasantry: Beyond Parochialism.
1835 How Cultures Define Situations: Some Speculations.
1836 Husbands and Wives, Brothers and Sisters: Kwaio.
1837 Ideational Systems: A First Look.
1838 Introduction to Conference on Melanesian Religion.
1839 Is Missionary Work Ethically Justified?.
1840 Is Needham Ethnographically Correct?. Presented at a conference in Chile.
1841 Kin terms.
1842 Kwaio Division of Labor.
1843 Kwaio Research, 1974. Talk presented to the Kwaio.
1844 Levi-Strauss on Myth.
1845 Malaita Short-House.
1846 Mana. King's College Conference, Cambridge, England, 1988.
1847 Metaphor.
1848 Millenarian Movements.
1849 Modernization and Children's Lives: Perspectives from the South Pacific and India.
1850 Nationalism and Primal Religions.
1851 Neocolonialism and Underdevelopment.
1852 New Guinea Warfare.
1853 Norms, Politics and Decisions: The Rules of a Cultural Grammar in Retrospect.
1854 Religion.
1855 Religion Lectures/Working Papers.
1856 Ritual and Embodiment.
1857 Santa Cruz Women's Club Lecture.
191 Seminars and Lectures. A descriptive list of Keesing's recent lecture topics.
192 Sex and the Single Savage.
193 Shell Beads, Pigs and Ancestral Ghosts: Why Do the Kwaio Resist Christianity, Capitalism and Change.
194 Social Organization in Kwaio, Malaita: A Preliminary Report. Paper read at Australian National University, 1963.
195 Sociocultural Creolization?.
196 Solomons Talk.
197 South Pacific Commission. Planning and Evaluation Committee, 1976 - Statement by Prof. R.M. Keesing (ANU).
198 Tin With the Meat Taken Out: A Bleak Anthropological View of Unsustainable Development and the 21st Century... First European Colloquium on Pacific Studies, Nijmegan Univ., 1992.
199 Totemism: The Raven Manic Who Wouldn't Eat Crow.
1910 Toward a New Cognitive Anthropology.
1911 Tribal World: Lessons for Social Architects?.
1912 Trobriand Islanders of Papua New Guinea.
1913 What is Culture?.
1914 What is Religion? Gods, Gremlins and the Loch Ness Monster.
1915 Working Group on Language in a Cultural Context.
1916 YWCA Talk.
1917 Unidentified lecture notes.

Reviews

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1918 Alasia, S. PLES BLONG IUMI: SOLOMONS ISLANDS, THE PAST THOUSAND YEARS.
1919 Allen, Michael. VANUATU: POLITICS, ECONOMICS AND RITUAL IN ISLAND MELANESIA, 1981.
1920 Barnes, J.A. THREE STYLES IN THE STUDY OF KINSHIP, 1971.
1921 Bennett, Judith A. WEALTH OF THE SOLOMONS: A HISTORY OF A PACIFIC ARCHIPELAGO, 1800-1978.
1922 Bernart, Luelen. THE BOOK OF LUELEN, 1977.
1923 Brown, Paula and Donald Tuzin, eds. THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF CANNIBALISM, 1983.
1924 Carrithers, Michael. "Is Anthropology Art or Science?".
1925 Fatnowna, Noel. FRAGMENTS OF A LOST HERITAGE.
1926 Firth, Raymond. TIKOPIA-ENGLISH DICTIONARY (TARANGA FAKATIKOPIA MA TARANGA FAKAINGLISIO).
1927 Highland, Genevieve, et al. POLYNESIAN CULTURE HISTORY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF KENNETH P. EMORY, 1968.
1928 Keesing on collected papers - Epilogue.
1929 Keesing on Valerio Valeri.
1930 Kuper, Adam. THE INVENTION OF PRIMITIVE SOCIETY: TRANSFORMATION OF AN ILLUSION.
1931 Lovell, Peter R. CHILDREN OF BLOOD, CHILDREN OF SHAME: CREATION AND PROCREATION IN LONGANA, EAST AOBA..., 1980.
1932 Marshall, M., ed. SIBLINGSHIP IN OCEANIA: STUDIES IN THE MEANING OF KIN RELATIONS.
1933 Riegel, Klaus F. and G.C. Rosenwald, eds. STRUCTURE AND TRANSFORMATION: DEVELOPMENTAL AND HISTORICAL...
1934 Rodman, Margaret. MASTERS OF TRADITION: CONSEQUENCES OF CUSTOMARY LAND TENURE IN LONGANA...
1935 Said, Edward. THE APPROPRIATION OF CULTURES.
1936 Schieffelin, Edward. THE SORROW OF THE LONELY AND THE BURNING OF THE DANCERS, 1976.
1937 Varenne, Herve. "Collective Representation in American Anthropological Conversations about Culture...".

School Papers

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1938 China's Wartime Crisis: A Critique of Rosinger. Undated.
1939 Classification of Flax: A Study of Maori Taxonomy. Undated.
1940 Conflicts of Allegiance in Matrilineal Systems. Undated.
1941 Course Notes, Kinship. Notebook
1942 Course Notes, Polynesia. Notebook
1943 Keesing - The Cultural Patterning of Play. Typescript, undergraduate term paper.
1944 Encyclopedia and the Church. Undated.
1945 Fabian Socialism: 70 Years of Change. Undated.
1946 Keesing - Radiocarbon Dating as a Problem Solving Tool in Archaeology. Typescript, undergraduate term paper.
1947 Rise of Nationalism in Indonesia. Undated.
1948 Social Relations 191 - Quizzes and notes, 1955 - 1956. Course taken at Harvard University.
1949 Social Relations 191 - Quizzes and notes, 1955 - 1957.

WRITINGS BY OTHERS

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201 Akin, David - Codifying Kaston in East Kwaio, Malaita, March 6, 1985. Conference paper, typescript.
202 Akin, Kate Gillogly. "Infant Care and Feeding in East Kwaio, Malaita", 1982.
203 Anderson, ?. "Murder of Government Officials". Chapter 9, GREEN ACRES UNDER SMOKE.
204 Bohr, Niels. "Mathematics and Natural Philosophy", 1956. From THE SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY, February.
205 Bridgman, P.W. "Science and Common Sense", 1954. From THE SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY, July.
206 Burt, Ben. Chart 1 - "Teachers' Notes: Living Off the Land ".
207 Butt, Leslie. "The Politics of Method in Medical Anthropology: A Melanesian Case Study", 1993.
208 Crocker, William H. "Canela 'Group' Recruitment and Perpetuity: Incipient 'Unilineality'".
209 Da Matta, Roberto. "A Reconsideration of Apinaye Social Morphology".
2010 Deck, Dr. Northcote - "The Tragedy Of Borasu", 1936.
2011 Eyerdam, Walter J. - "Amongst The Mountain Bushman Of Malaita", 1932.
2012 Fosterage as a Model for the Aristocratic - Commoner Relationship in the N. Gilbert Islands, 1965. Typescript. Author unknown.
2013 Freeman, Derek. "New Historical Evidence on Margaret Mead's Samoan Researches".
2014 Green, R.C. "Lapita Sites in the Santa Cruz Group".
2015 Jourdan, Christine. "Meaning and the Production of Culture".
2016 Jourdan, Christine. "Solomon's Pijin: An Unrecognized National Language", 1987. Presented at the Congress of Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science.
2017 Kane, R.R., 1928. Letter written to Sir Eyrdam Hutson, includes an enclosure from Norman Deck entitled "Lulu Fa'abua."
2018 Keesing, Felix M. "Ethnohistory of Northern Luzon" - Reviews, 1962 - 1963.
2019 Keesing, Felix M. "The Solomon Islands and the War".
2020 Keesing, Felix M. "The Solomon Islands and the War" - Notes. Part 1.
2021 Keesing, Felix M. "The Solomon Islands and the War"- Notes. 2 of 2 folders.
2022 Keesing, Felix M. "Some Observations on the Australian Territory of Papua and New Guinea", 1951.
2023 Keesing, Felix - Notes on Polynesia. Manuscript notes. F. Keesing probable author.
2024 Kuschel, Rolf. "Killing Begets Killing: Homicides and Blood Feuds on a Polynesian Outlier", 1992. Presented at the First European Colloquium on Pacific Studies.
2025 Lewis, A.B. "Diary of Dr. A.B. Lewis - Joseph N. Field Expedition, 1910-1913". Photocopies of pages from Book 5.
2026 MacClany, Jeremy. "On Mana: Some Notes about Ni-Vanuatu Concepts of 'Power'". "Provisional draft of article to appear in RES."
2027 Miller, Daniel. "Settlement and Diversity in the Solomon Islands".
2028 Parsonson, G.S. "Man and Malaria in Melanesia", 1966. Includes correspondence from Harold Ross and Matthew Cooper.
2029 Pycroft, A.T. Ways of the Wild.
2030 Roughan, John. Notes on Development Wheel.
2031 Roughan, John. Notes on Measuring the Quality of Village Life.
211 Sanders, G.E.D. "Autobiographical Manuscript". The District Officer in Malaita, ca. 1930-1947.
212 Schreiner, Shelley R. "Kwaio Pagan Women of Malaita".
213 Strathem, Andrew. "Editorial: Visiting Research Workers and Students", 1974.
214 Student papers, 1967 - 1971. Written for R.M. Keesing's classes.
215 Tannock, Stuart. "Bodies, Grammars, Others: Experiential Senses of Language", 1992.
216 Were, Eric W. "Fighting Witchcraft in the Solomons", 1965.
217 White, Geoffrey M. "Old Lives for New: The Discourse of Chiefs in a Melanesian Society", 1991.
218 Whitney Journals, 1929 - 1930. Whitney South Sea Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History Journal and letters of William F. Coultas, volume 1, May 1929 - November 1930.
219 Whitney Journals, 1928 - 1930. Whitney South Sea Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History Journal and notes of Hannibal Hamlin - November 8, 1928 - August 8, 1930.
2110 Whitney Journals, 1929 - 1930. Whitney South Sea Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History Journal of Walter J. Eyerdam - August 17, 1929 - July 10, 1930.
2111 Working Group on Local Cultural Policy, Solomon Islands.
2112 Zemp, Hugo. "Deux a Huit Voix: Polyphonies de Flutes de Pan Chez les Kwaio (Iles Solomon)".
2113 Zemp, Hugo. "Instruments de Musique de Malaita (II)", 1972.
2114 Zimmer, Laura J. "New Cultures for Papua New Guinea".
2115 Acting Resident Commissioner Address, 1916.

SOLOMON ISLANDS - FIELD RESEARCH

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Field Notebooks

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2116 Field notebooks - Index, 1962 - 1977.
2117 Field notebooks - Resume of expenses. 1962, July - June, 1963.
2118 Field notebook, 1962 - 1963. December 15, 1962 - January, 1963.
221 Field notebook, 1963. January 17 - May 6.
222 Field notebook, 1963. January 30 - February 15, May 28 - July 10.
223 Field notebook, 1963. February 15 - February 21, August 12.
224 Field notebook, 1963. February 27 - July 2.
225 Field notebook, 1963. March 6 - June 25.
226 Field notebook, 1963. March 7 - May 3, June 9 - June 22.
227 Field notebook, 1963. March 21 - April 23.
228 Field notebook, 1963. April 22 - May 3.
229 Field notebooks, 1963. April 24 - Trip to Bui'a and census.
2210 Field notebook, 1963. May 6 - May 14.
2211 Field notebook, 1963. May 21 - May 26.
2212 Field notebook, 1963. June 4.
231 Field notebook, 1963. July 4 - August 4.
232 Field notebook, 1963. November 22 - December 14.
233 Field notebook, 1963 - 1964. December 5, 1963 - January 9, 1964.
234 Field notebook, 1964. January 18 - January 28.
235 Field notebook, 1964. January 29 - February 18.
236 Field notebook, 1964. February 19 - March 5.
237 Field notebook, 1964. March 6 - March 26.
238 Field notebook, 1964. March 27 - April 11.
239 Field notebook, 1964. April 12 - April 23.
2310 Field notebook, 1964. April 13 - June 23, pp. 00228 - 00270.
2311 Field notebook, 1964. April, pp. 00271 - 00303.
2312 Field notebook, 1964. April 24 - May 8.
2313 Field notebook, 1964. May 9 - May 18.
241 Field notebook, 1964. May 17 - June 4.
242 Field notebook, 1964. June 6 - July 2.
243 Field notebook, 1964. July 3 - July 6.
244 Field notebook, 1964. July 12 - August 31.
245 Field notebook, 1964. July 14 - August 17, pp. 304 - 357, 416 - 420.
246 Field notebook, 1964. August 16.
247 Field notebook, 1964. August 18 - October 23, pp. 358 - 415, 423 - 442.
248 Field notebook, 1964. September 25 - September 26.
249 Field notebook, 1964. October 7 - October 20.
2410 Field notebook, 1964. November 8 - November 25, pp. 443 - 498.
2411 Field notebook, 1966. July 7 - July 11, pp. 05861 - 05917.
2412 Field notebook. 1966, July 13 - July 20.
2413 Field notebook, 1966. August - August, pp. 05993 - 06012.
2414 Field notebook, 1968 - 1969. November 18, 1968 - February 20, 1969, pp. 02123 - 02174.
251 Field notebook. 1969, March 30 - May 14, pp. 02175 - 02224.
252 Field notebook, 1969. May 15 - August 7, pp. 02225 - 02274.
253 Field notebook, 1969. October 13 - October 16.
254 Field notebook, 1969. October 15 - October 27.
255 Field notebook, 1969. October 30 - December 10.
256 Field notebook, 1969. December 13 - February 1, 1970.
257 Field notebook. 1970, February 1 - March 3.
258 Field notebook. 1970, March 6 - March 17.
259 Field notebook. 1970, March 18 - April 24.
2510 Field notebook. 1970, August 25 - November 13.
2511 Field notebook. 1974, November 13 - November 27.
2512 Field notebook. 1974, November 28 - December 18.
261 Field notebook. 1974, December 19 - December 25.
262 Field notebook. 1979, July 29 - August 22.
263 Field notebook. 1979, August 23.
264 Field notebook. 1985, December 18 - December 20.
265 Field notebook. 1988.
266 Field notebook: Honiara, 1988. September.
267 Field notebook. 1989, March 21 - 23, July 19 - 30, November 19-20.
268 Field notebook. 1989, July 20 - July 24.
269 Field notebook. 1990, May 18 - 31.
2610 Field notebook. March 20 - September 23.
2611 Field notebook. May 19 - May 26.
271 Field notebook. Undated.
272 Field notebook. Undated.
273 Field notebook. Undated.

Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks

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274 Jonathan Fifi'i - Chronological index to notes, 1963 - 1970.
275 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - Notes on Numbering of Notebooks.
276 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1 - 31, 1963. August 5 - November 12
277 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 32 - 95, 1963 - 1964. December 6 - March 16
278 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 96 - 140, 1963 - 1964. December 12 - March 18
279 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 141 - 160, 1964. January 22 - February 3
2710 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 161 - 195, 1964. March 19 - April 14
2711 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 196 - 227, 1964. March 29 - September 28
2712 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 599 - 655, 1964 - 1965. December 23 - January 18
2713 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 656 - 712, 1965. January 18 - February 19
281 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 713 - 769, 1965. February 21 - March 9
282 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 770 - 824, 1965. March 10 - March 31
283 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 825 - 880, 1965. April 1 - May 5
284 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 881 - 936, 1965. May 6 - May 31
285 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 937 - 986, 1965. June 14 - July 4
286 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 987 - 1043, 1965. July 5 - July 26
287 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1044 - 1098, 1965. July 27 - August 16
288 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1099 - 1154, 1965. August 17 - September 7
289 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1155 - 1210, 1965. September 8 - October 4
2810 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1211 - 1264, 1965. October 5 - 28
2811 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1265 - 1320, 1965. October 29 - November 22
2812 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1321 - 1376, 1965. November 23 - December 14
2813 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1378 - 1430, 1965 - 1966. December 15 - January 10
291 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1431 - 1495, 1966. January 11 - February 20
292 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1496 - 1553, 1966. March 2 - 29
293 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1533 - 1606, 1966. March 30 - April 22
294 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1607 - 1661, 1966. April 25 - May 27
295 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1662 - 1714, 1966. May 29 - August 5
296 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1715 - 1730, 1966. August 8 - October 1
297 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1731 - 1810, 1967. September 12 - November 16
298 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1811 - 1890, 1967 - 1968. November 17 - February 10
299 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1891 - 1970, 1968. February 13 - May 14
2910 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 1971 - 2018, 1968. May 20 - July 14
2911 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2019 - 2071, 1968. July 16 - August 26
301 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2072 - 2122, 1968. August 27 - November 13
302 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2275 - 2324, 1969. August 11 - December 16
303 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2325 - 2373, 1969 - 1970. December 19 - March 31
304 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2374 - 2422, 1970. April 28 - August 24
305 Jonathan Fifi'i Notebooks - 2425 - 2449, 1970. cover labeled "Ritual"
306 Jonathan Fifi'i. 9/63 - 1/64, pp. 0001 - 0111.
307 Jonathan Fifi'i. 1/64 - 4/64, pp. 0112 - 0227.
308 Jonathan Fifi'i. 4/64 - 8/64, pp. 0228 - 0357.
309 Jonathan Fifi'i. 8/64 - 11/64, pp. 0358 - 0498.
3010 Jonathan Fifi'i. 12/64 - 2/65, pp. 0559 - 0712.
311 Jonathan Fifi'i. 2/65 - 3/65, pp. 0714 - 0824.
312 Jonathan Fifi'i. 4/65 - 5/65, pp. 0825 - 0936.
313 Jonathan Fifi'i. 6/65 - 7/65, pp. 0937 - 1043.
314 Jonathan Fifi'i. 7/65 - 9/65, pp. 1044 - 1154.
315 Jonathan Fifi'i. 9/65 - 10/65, pp. 1154 - 1210.
316 Jonathan Fifi'i. 10/65 - 11/65, pp. 1211 - 1320.
317 Jonathan Fifi'i. 11/65 - 1/66, pp. 1321 - 1430.
318 Jonathan Fifi'i. 8/69 - 3/70, pp. 2275 - 2373.
319 Jonathan Fifi'i. 4/70 - 8/70, pp. 2374 - 2449.
3110 Jonathan Fifi'i. UCSC notes - Land, word, taboos, etc., pp. 3000 - 3098.
3111 Jonathan Fifi'i. UCSC notes - Land, word, taboos, etc., pp. 3100 - 3195.
3112 Photocopies, 1970. Folder of photocopies of handwritten notes. Includes some original handwritten writings in Kwaio.
3113 Custom writings and papers, 1984 - 1989. Photocopies of Fifi'i writings on customs, notes, and correspondence. In Kwaio and English.

Paginated Sequence of Research Materials

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3114 Index of Miracode Thesaurus. Guide to Keesing's system of subject codes used to annotate and index fieldnotes.
3115 Index to Miracode Thesaurus (annotated). An annotated list of subject, place and name codes used in fieldnotes.
3116 Placename codes added to fieldnotes.
3117 Index to fieldnotes. Alphabetical index of placenames, persons, ancestor names, and topics in coded, paginated fieldnotes. no date.
3118 5000-5131. 1962, December 4 - 1963, February 18.
3119 5001-5131 (photocopy). 12/62 - 2/63.
3120 5132-5289. 1963, February 19 - June 30. Typescript.
3121 5280-5389. 1963, July 1 - August 15. Typescript.
3122 5390-5532. 1963, November 20 - 1964, February 16.
3123 5533-5713. 1964, February 17 - May 15.
321 5714-5860. 1964, May 16 - October 29.
322 5861-6012. 1966, July 7 - August 21. Photocopy of paginated steno pad. See Field Notebooks pages 5861-6012.
323 6013-6127. 1969, October 15 - 1970, March 22. Typescript.
324 6128-6200 (photocopy). 1963, January 30 - May 29.
325 6309-6396. 1964, April 9 - October 30. Typescript.
326 6391-6396 (photocopy). 1964, October 23-30.
327 6397, 6419-6431, 1969 - 1970. Typescript. Not chronological.
328 7500-7586. 1977, March 19 - October 21. Typescript and some handwritten notes.
329 9001-9057. No date. Typescript. Kwaio text with interleaved English translation.

Research Notes and Records

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3210 Bridewealth transactions, 1963 - 1964. Includes a note from David Akin.
3211 Census - Villages, 1963 - 1964.
3212 Census - Village, 1966.
3213 Census - Village, 1977.
3214 Census - Village, 1989.
3215 Census - Women. 1960s [1 of 2].
3216 Census - Women. 1960s [2 of 2].
3217 Census notes - Mission villages, 1964. Notes made by Jonathan Fifi'i. See also CORRESPONDENCE - Terry Marshal and Ministry of Education.
3218 Census Notes, Pigs. No date. Lists of pigs by owner and village. Pigs have codes.
3219 Census notes - Some from 1927. Part 1.
3220 Census notes - Some from 1927. Part 2.
3221 Census notes - Some from 1927. Part 3.
3222 Census notes - Some from 1927. Part 4.
3223 Census notes, Villages. No date. Manuscript. Lists of residents of hamlets, some diagrams.
331 Correspondence in the field, 1962 - 1964. Letters written and received by Keesng during his first research project in Kwaio. D. Oliver, G. Ogan, D. DeCoppet, and other scholars.
332 Correspondence in the field, 1961 - 1980. Photocopies of correspondence sent and received while doing fieldwork in Kwaio. Includes letters by Douglas Oliver and Eugene Ogan, among others.
333 Double name diagrams. 'Oloburi and Uru consensus and miscellaneous Lounga notes.
334 Gardens, markets, meteorology, etc, 1963 - 1964.
335 Fieldwork plans and questions.
336 Historical notes and documents.
337 Linguistic notes.
338 Marriage payment records.
339 Marriage Transcripts - Typescript.
3310 Marriage - Working materials. 1960s.
3311 Notes and jottings, miscellaneous. Part 1.
3312 Notes and jottings, miscellaneous. Part 2.
3313 Notes and jottings, miscellaneous. 3 of 3 folders.
3314 Omea [mortuary feasts] - Current. Chronological xeroxes, 1/63 - 10/67.
3315 Omea - Current. Chronological xeroxes, 10/67 - 10/69.
3316 Omea - Past. Alphabetical xeroxes, Ag - Le.
3317 Omea - Past. Alphabetical xeroxes, Li - Um.
3318 Omea records and notes on Omea, 1964.
3319 Pijin notes. 1 of 3 folders.
3320 Pijin notes. 2 of 3 folders.
3321 Pijin notes. 3 of 3 folders.
3322 Pijin research materials.
3323 Research Reconnaissance - Baegu, Malaita.
3324 Research Reconnaissance - Lau Lagoun, Malaita, 1964.
3325 Research Reconnaissance - Santa Ysabel - Maringe and Hograno, 1964.
3326 Research Reconnaissance - Savo, 1964.
3327 Research Reconnaissance - Wainoni San Cristobal, 1964.
3328 Shell money.
3329 Supplies and equipment.
3330 Toward a grammar of local groups.
3331 Settlement diagrams, 1964.
341 Settlement diagrams. 1966, 1969, 1974.
342 Settlement reconstructions for 1927, 1927.
343 Settlement diagrams. Photocopies.
344 Word tabooing data. 1960s.
345 Miscellaneous notes. No date. Typescripts and rough handwritten notes. Part 1.
346 Miscellaneous notes. No date. Typescripts and rough handwritten notes. Part 2.
347 Miscellaneous research notes, 1979. Handwritten field notes, transcripts and diary notes. Part 1.
348 Miscellaneous field notes, 1979. Folder title is Kin Groups and Structure Revision. Part 2. Handwritten transcripts and fieldnotes.
349 Unidentified notecards, 1966.
3410 Unidentified notecards, 1966. Photocopies.
3411 Unidentified subject notes. Typescript. Kwaio text with interleaved English translation. Part 1.
3412 Unidentified subject notes. Typescript. Kwaio text with interleaved English translations. Part 2.
3413 Unidentified subject notes. Photocopy of typescript. Kwaio text with interleaved English translation. Part 3.

Genealogies

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3414 Alphabetic Name Card Listing. 1972, June 20. Computer printout. Index of names appearing in genealogy database (Genealogies 1-183, 10,076 name entries).
3415 Genealogies' Names and Sexes Printout. Alphabetical list of names mentioned in indexed genealogies, with sex and genealogy number.
3416 Numbered Genealogies, 1-49, 1969. Typescript, kinship diagrams with list of members and handwritten notes. Aabuxwa'e - Ma'efe'li'i.
3417 Numbered Genealogies, 50-99, 1969. Typescript. Kinship diagrams with list of members and handwritten notes. Ma'aanamae - 'Otomiamae.
3418 Numbered Genealogies, 93-183. Photocopy of Keesing's genealogical records.
3419 Genealogies - Miscellaneous. Part 1.
3420 Genealogies - Miscellaneous.
3421 Rosters 157-183.
3422 Unnumbered genealogical diagrams. No date.

Kwaio Custom Books

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3423 Akomae, Issac - "Tetefou Generation". No date. Exercise book. Handwritten genealogical record.
3424 Baefaka - "This Generation is Connecting to Manutaba's Generation of Kwaukwau". 1963, August 23. Exercise book. Handwritten genealogical record. Partial record, "Head Generation of Manoemae..." (August 7, 1963).
3425 Head Generation of Erianifou. Exercise book. Two handwritten genealogical records.
3426 Head Generation of Sulaaina. 1966, June 15. Exercise book. Handwritten genealogical record.
3427 Kafu's Generation. No date. Exercise book. Handwritten genealogical narrative and two pages of diagrams enclosed.
3428 Kukibo (Maladiri) - "Generation from Wanefoa". No date. Exercise book. Handwritten notes on chiefs. List of members of three "tribes."
3429 Kukibo (Maladiri) - "Generation from Wanefoa". Exercise book. Handwritten genealogical record.
3430 Various Generations, Texts, Customs. Handwritten pages. Diagrams of "generations," lists of taboos, texts in Kwaio and English.
3431 Story of Bata. Manuscript. Kwaio. Recopied by Keesing. Subject coded.
3432 Story of Bata (anonymous).
3433 Boulalea, Ofana. No date. Manuscript. Kwaio. Recopied by Keesing. Subject coded. See KWAIO RELIGION, pp. 164-167.
3434 Kwaio Cultural Center Books.

SOLOMON ISLANDS - PHOTOGRAPHS

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351 Index of Roger Keesing color slides [in sheets].
352 Roll #1: 1963, July.
353 Roll #2: 1963, July.
354 Roll #3: 1963, September.
355 Roll #4: 1964, January.
356 Roll #5: 1964, April.
357 Roll #6: 1964, April.
358 Roll #7: 1964, April.
359 Roll #8: 1964, April.
3510 Roll #9: 1964, May.
3511 Roll #10: 1964, July.
3512 Roll #11: 1964, August.
3513 Roll #12: 1964, August.
3514 Roll #13: 1964, August.
3515 Roll #14: 1964, August.
3516 Roll #15: 1964, September.
3517 Roll #16: 1964, September and one October.
3518 Roll #17: 1964, November.
3519 Roll #18: 1964, November.
3520 Roll #19: 1964, November.
3521 Roll #20: 1966, September.
3522 Roll #21: 1966, September.
3523 Roll #22: 1966, September.
3524 Roll #23: 1966, September.
3525 Roll #24: 1966, September.
3526 Roll #25: 1966, September.
3527 Roll #26: 1966, September.
3528 Roll #27: 1966, September.
3529 Roll #28: 1966, September. Includes photo of Keesing.
3530 Roll #29: 1966, October.
3531 Roll #30: 1960s, all Kwaio.
3532 Roll #31: 1970, January.
3533 Roll #32: 1970, January.
3534 Roll #33: 1970, February.
3535 Roll #34: 1970, February.
3536 Roll #35: 1970, February.
3537 Roll #36: 1970, April.
3538 Roll #37: 1970, April.
3539 Roll #38: 1975, February.
361 Roll #39: 1975, February.
362 Roll #40: 1975, February.
363 Roll #41: 1975, February.
364 Roll #42: 1975, February.
365 Roll #43: 1975, February.
366 Roll #44: 1975, February.
367 Roll #45: 1975, February.
368 Roll #46: 1975, September.
369 Roll #47: 1977, June.
3610 Roll #48: 1977, November.
3611 Roll #49: 1977, November.
3612 Roll #50: 1977, November.
3613 Roll #51: 1978, February.
3614 Roll #52: 1979, January.
3615 Roll #53: 1979, September.
3616 Roll #54: 1979, September.
3617 Roll #55: 1979, September.
3618 Roll #56: 1979, August - Meltzolf slides.
3619 Roll #57: 1985, Fatwowna Mackay.
3620 Roll #58: 1986, Gizo. Includes images of Keesing.
3621 Roll #59: No date [prob. 1989, 1 of 6].
3622 Roll #60: No date [prob. 1989, 2 of 6].
3623 Roll #61: No date [prob. 1989, 3 of 6].
3624 Roll #62: No date [prob. 1989, 4 of 6].
3625 Roll #63: No date [prob. 1989, 5 of 6].
3626 Roll #64: No date [prob. 1989, 6 of 6]. Black and white slides.
3627 Roll #65: No date, 1 of 6.
3628 Roll #66: No date, 2 of 6.
3629 Roll #67: No date, 3 of 6.
3630 Roll #68: No date, 4 of 6.
3631 Roll #69: No date, 5 of 6.
3632 Roll #70: No date, 6 of 6.
3633 Roll #71: Feast at Ngarinaasun. No date.
3634 Roll #72: Keesing arrival. No date.
3635 Roll #73: Sango dance performance. No date.
3636 Roll #74: Sango performance, circa 1977.
3637 Miscellaneous slides.

Contact Sheets and Prints

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371 Index to photographs created by David Akin.
372 Roll #1.
373 Roll #2.
374 Roll #3.
375 Roll #4.
376 Roll #5.
377 Roll #6.
378 Roll #7.
379 Roll #8.
3710 Roll #9.
3711 Roll #10.
3712 Roll #11.
3713 Roll #12.
3714 Roll #13.
3715 Roll #14.
3716 Roll #15.
3717 Roll #16.
3718 Roll #17.
3719 Roll #18.
3720 Roll #19.
3721 Roll #20.
381 Roll #21.
382 Roll #22.
383 Roll #23.
384 Roll #24.
385 Roll #25.
386 Roll #26.
387 Roll #27.
388 Roll #28.
389 Roll #29.
3810 Roll #30.
3811 Roll #31.
3812 Roll #32.
3813 Roll #33.
3814 Roll #34.
3815 Roll #35.
3816 Roll #36.
3817 Roll #37.
3818 Roll #38.
3819 Roll #39.
3820 Roll #40.
3821 Roll #41.
3822 Roll #42.
3823 Roll #43.
3824 Roll #44.
3825 Roll #45.
3826 Roll #46.
3827 Roll #47.
3828 Roll #48.
3829 Roll #49.
3830 Roll #50.
3831 Roll #51.
3832 Roll #52.
3833 Roll #53.
3834 Roll #54.
3835 Roll #55.
3836 Roll #56.
391 Roll #57.
392 Roll #58.
393 Roll #59.
394 Roll #60.
395 Roll #61.
396 Roll #62.
397 Roll #63.
398 Roll #64.
399 Roll #65.
3910 Roll #66.
3911 Roll #67.
3912 Roll #68.
3913 Roll #69.
3914 Roll #70.
3915 Roll #71.
3916 Roll #72.
3917 Roll #73.
3918 Roll #74.
3919 Roll #75.
3920 Roll #76.
3921 Roll #77.
3922 Roll #78.
3923 Roll #79.
3924 Roll #80.
401 Roll #81.
402 Roll #82.
403 Roll #83.
404 Roll #84.
405 Roll #85.
406 Roll #86.
407 Roll #87.
408 Roll #88.
409 Roll #89.
4010 Roll #90.
4011 Roll #91.
4012 Mixed contact sheets and unmatched photos.
4013 Miscellaneous notes on photos.
4014 Prints - Kwaio portraits.
4015 Prints - Group 1.
4016 Publication prints - 'ELOTA'S STORY. Photographic materials.
4017 Publication prints - FROM PIG THEFT TO PARLIAMENT. By Jonathan Fifi'i. Book jacket draft. No date.
4018 Publication prints - KWAIO RELIGION. Photographic materials.
4019 Publication prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Photographic materials, published. 1 of 2 folders.
4020 Publication prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Photographic materials, published. 2 of 2 folders.
4021 Publication Prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Three negatives of W. R. Bell.
4022 Publication Prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND, 1927. Tax house, Gwee'abe Sinalagu Harbour.
411 Publication prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Photographic materials, unpublished. 1 of 2 folders.
412 Publication prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Photographic materials, unpublished. 2 of 2 folders.
413 Publication prints - LIGHTNING MEETS THE WEST WIND. Photographic negatives with captions.
414 Unidentified book prints. 1 of 2 folders.
415 Unidentified book prints. 2 of 2 folders.

Photographs of Others

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416FB-228-02Aerial photographs. Bafford, 27 July 1962.
417FB-228-03Aerial photographs. Malaita 31 May - Blue.
418FB-228-04Aerial photographs. Malaita 31 May - Green.
419FB-228-05Aerial photographs. Sinalanggu, 7 May 1969.
4110FB-228-06Aerial photographs. Sinalanggu Hbr. 18 April 1969.
4111FB-228-07Aerial photographs. Unidentified. 9 June 1947 and undated.
4112FB-228-08Aerial photographs. Unidentified. 18 September 1947.
4113 Malaitas in Solomon Island Labour Corps during World War II. Photographs courtesy of R. Burton, Santa Cruz, CA.
4114 Old Malaita Photographs. Includes cover letter and list of contents. Also includes a photocopied photograph that may be a de Tolna photo of Malaitans (from 'Oloburi Kwaio) under arrest for murder in the Western Solomons.
4115 Photographs Belonging to Major G. E. D. Sanders via Ian Frazer (District Officer, Malaita 1928 - 1947). Includes a list of the photographs, several of which (3, 17, 23-24, 31, 34-36, 38-39) are missing.
4116 Solomon Islanders in Queensland 1880s 1890s. The photographs are atttibuted to Noel Fatnownay, Mackay, whose autobiography Keesing edited.
4117FB-228-09SOPAC Foreign Economic Administration Photo Album, Tenarn Section. August 1944.

SOLOMON ISLANDS - AUDIO RECORDINGS

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Indexes and Transcriptions

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421 Indexes to audiorecordings of Kwaio music and missionary singing.
422 Index to audiorecordings of Lounga - May-June, 1970.
423 Index to audiorecordings of Maenaa'adi and Fifi'i.
424 'Aika (and Folofo'u) - Marriage. Reel #88A.
425 'Auekwa'a. Reel #86.
426 Ai'arifu-Bell Affair. Cassette #2A or 56.
427 Alefo (and Kwai'ime). Reel #T57-60.
428 Anifelo-Basiana and Bell affair. Reel #70 or 103-104.
429 Anifelo on Noto'i's Movement. 1979, July 19. Manuscript. See cassette 45A.
4210 Basiitau-Bell killing, etc. Reel #T45.
4211 Bell killing events - Mixed transcripts, 1970. Reel #54-60, 68, 64.
4212 Bell murder chant - Basiitau.
4213 Interview about Bell tax collection. 1986, July 20. Interlineal translation.
4214 Busumae, Dangeabe'u and both. Cassette #122, 129.
4215 Children's stories.
4216 Committee meeting.
4217 Court cast transcript (partial). Reel #5, 6.
4218 'Elota's Omea [mortuary feast] Speech. Reel #100.
4219 'Elota's story.
4220 Fa'afataa. 1977, September 28. Typescripts and manuscripts in English. See cassette #15 (side A and B) and #16 (side A and B).
4221 Fa'afataa. 1977, October 30. Typescript in English. See cassettes #30, #31, #37.
4222 Fa'afataa. Typescript in English. See cassettes #34, #35.
4223 Fa'afataa. Manuscript in English. See cassette #47.
4224 Fa'atalo. Reel #46.
4225 Fenaaoli and Geesuni. 1969, November 9. Typescript in English. See reel-to-reel #45.
4226 Fenaori and Fofo: Abunga Na Ta'a Geni and Taboos. Reel #82
4227 Fifi'i autobiography. Reel #T72 and 72.
4228 Fifi'i - Bell killing. Reel #72.
4229 Fifi'i: Bell killing and on chant of Basiitau about Bell. Cassette #143 (?).
4230 Fifi'i: Daniels killing. Cassette 2 A/B or 3 A/B.
4231 Fifi'i: Pigs in the garden - Kwaio text. Cassette #144.
4232 Fifi'i: Pigs in the garden - Pijin text. Cassette #144.
4233 Folofo'u. 1979, July 27 - August 6. Three manuscripts: first and second dated July 27 and the third titled "Alinga" dated August 6. See cassette #49A.
4234 Folofo'u. Cassette #139 (?).
4235 Folofo'u and Booli'au on "Noto'i's Movement". 1979, July 19-20. Manuscript. See cassette 45A.
4236 Kwai'ime. Reel #T105.
4237 Kwaio Theft.
Restrictions Apply
4238 Laifi: Punitive expedition, 19 March, 1977. Cassette #2.
4239 Lounga: Bell killing. Reel #84.
4240 Lounga: Daniels killing. Reel #79B.
4241 Lounga: Miscellaneous. Reel #64, 74.
4242 Lounga: Ship attacks. Reel #79.
4243 Ma'aanamae: Bell killing. Reel #T56.
4244 Maato'o. On Christianity. Cassette #129.
4245 Maenaa'adi - 19/10/1988. Cassette #95.
4246 Maenaa'adi - 25/7/1989. Cassette 19A.
4247 Maenaa'adi: Mamu, On Christianity, Bell affair, Lamo'a from La'aka. Cassette # 99, 127, 128, 128A.
4248 Moruka: On 'Ifibata's Death in Childbirth - 21/7/1979. Cassette #48.
4249 Oloi'a. 1977, October 31. Manuscript in English. See cassette #30B, #31B, #32.
4250 Oloi'a. 1979, August 11-12. Photocopies of manuscripts. See cassettes #51-55.
4251 Osika: Bell killing. Reel #52.
4252 Siufiomea and Sulu'usia on "Noto'i's Movement". 1978, July 12. Manuscript. See cassettes #39 A,Band #40 A.
4253 Suufiomea: Queensland and Moo'u. Reel #T39A and cassette #125.
4254 Ta'eka, Ta'esikwa, Galomae, et al. Reel #31.
4255 Talaunga'i: Bell punitive expedition and ship attacks. Reel #30, 31.
4256 Tolo'au: Bell killing. Reel #43.
4257 Tome Kwalafanai'a: Account of Plantations and War (Kwaio and Pijin). Cassette #78.
4258 Urban Theft.
Restrictions Apply
4259 Miscellaneous anonymous transcriptions (no titles).
4260 Various Keesing Interviews, 1977 - 1978. Typescripts.
4261 Index of Roger Keesing's cassette audiorecordings. 1998, March
4262 Index of Roger Keesing's Reel-to-Reel Audiorecordings. 1998, March.

Cassette Tapes

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431 Cassette tapes #1 - 9.
441 Cassette tapes #10 - 18.
451 Cassette tapes #19 - 27.
461 Cassette tapes # 28 - 36.
471 Cassette tapes #37 - 45.
481 Cassette tapes #46 - 54.
491 Cassette tapes #55 - 63.
501 Cassette tapes #64 - 72.
511 Cassette tapes #73 - 81.
521 Cassette tapes #82 - 90.
531 Cassette tapes #91 - 99.
541 Cassette tapes #100 - 108.
551 Cassette tapes #109 - 117.
561 Cassette tapes #118 - 126.
571 Cassette tapes #127 - 135.
581 Cassette tapes #136 - 144.
591 Cassette tapes #145 - 154.
601 Cassette tapes #154 - 162.
611 Cassette tapes #163 - 171.
621 Cassette tapes #171x - 178.
631 Cassette tapes #179 - 181.

Reel-to-Reel Tapes

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641 Reel-to-reel tape #1 - Committee, Totonga - Side A; Committee, Totonga - Side B, 1963. 21 January.
642 Reel-to-reel tape #2 - Roger Keesing and Jonathan Fifi'i on Cannibalism - Side A, 1963. 20 January.
643 Reel-to-reel tape #3 - M.R. Complaints Against Government - Side A: Business - Side B, 1963. 5 February. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
644 Reel-to-reel tape #4 - Interview by Sara Keesing (?) - Side A, 1963. 7 February.
645 Reel-to-reel tape #5 - Xwaio [Kwaio] Litigation - Side A; Re Bita Paxole - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
646 Reel-to-reel tape #6 - Kwaio Litigation 2 - Side A, 1963. 20 March.
647 Reel-to-reel tape #7 - 'Aixa ['Aika] on Warfare - Side A, 1963. 30 November.
648 Reel-to-reel tape #8 - Legal Discussion - Side A; Legal Discussion - Side B, 1963. 27 December and 2 December. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
649 Reel-to-reel tape #9 - 'Akwalee'au and Xwaisala - Side A; Ta'efanamae - Side B, 1963. 3 December. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6410 Reel-to-reel tape #10 - Discussion of Business Concerning I'afumu's Death - Side A; Ta'esikwa's Claim - Side B, 1963. 9 December. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6411 Reel-to-reel tape #11 - Ta'alu's Claim 2 (cont.) - Side A; Dangeabe'u's Claim Against Tege - Side B, 1963. 10 December. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6412 Reel-to-reel tape #12 - Dangeabe'u's Claim (cont.) - Side A; Folofo'u Divines to I'aifunu - Side B, 1963. 10 December. Side A. 11 December 1963 - Side B.
6413 Reel-to-reel tape #13 - Tuu's and Akwalee'au's Totonga - Side A; Tuu's and Akwalee'au's Totonga - Side B, 1963. 17 December.
6414 Reel-to-reel tape #14 - Du'amae Talks about Land at Uru (Re: Lounga etc. Permission) - Side A, 1963.
6415 Reel-to-reel tape #15 - Committee 1 - Side A; Committee 2 - Side B, 1964. 14 January. Side A; 21 January 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6416 Reel-to-reel tape #16 - Committee Meeting - Side A; Ma'aanamae et al. Discuss Xwaisala - Side B, 1964. 21 January. Side A; 28 January 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6417 Reel-to-reel tape #17 - Larikeni Explains the Axwalee'au Compensation - Side A; 'Aika, Folofo'u - Side B, 1964. 28 January. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6418 Reel-to-reel tape #18 - 'Aixa, Folofo'u Et. Al. - Side A; Discussion of Shrines - Side B, 1964. 18 February. Side A; 25 February 1964. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6419 Reel-to-reel tape #19 - Committee - Ba'e Compensation - Side A; Xwalubasi's Claim for Compensation - Side B, 1964. 25 February. Side A; 3 March 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6420 Reel-to-reel tape #20 - Committee (conclusion to 3 March 1964) - Side A; Committee - Side B, 1964. 3 March. Side A; 10 March 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
651 Reel-to-reel tape #21 - Committee 10 March 1964 (cont.) - Side A, 1964. 10 March.
652 Reel-to-reel tape #22 - Committee Discussing Susuni Wa'i - Side A ; 'Aixa on Land - Side B, 1964. 17 March. Side A; 18 March 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
653 Reel-to-reel tape #23 - Blank. This reel is blank.
654 Reel-to-reel tape #24 - Jonathan Fifi'i Speaks of Maasina Rule Part #1 (Solomons Pidgin) - Side A; Same - Side, 1964. 29 March. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
655 Reel-to-reel tape #25. Reel-to-reel # 25 is a copy of reel-to-reel # 24.
656 Reel-to-reel tape #26 - Laete'eboo Reports on 'Oloburi Marriage - Side A; Committee Discussion - Side B, 1964. 29-30 April. Side A; 2 May 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
657 Reel-to-reel tape #27 - Discussion of Ritual Procedure Re Oritalea, Death and Replacement of Fuidali - Side A, 1964. 5 May.
658 Reel-to-reel tape #28 - Discussion of Kwailala'e Ritual (cont.) - Side A; Committee Discussion - Side B, 1964. 26 September. Side A; 29 September 1964 - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
659 Reel-to-reel tape #29 - Discussion of Filitaa [death compensation] - Side A; Land at Ngarinaasun (cont.). Side B. 29 September 1964. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6510 Reel-to-reel tape #30 - 'Aixa Sacrifices Boo Ni Narunga (7 July): Discussion of Ships (8 July) - Side A, 1966. 7 and 8 July.
6511 Reel-to-reel tape #31 - 'Aifaafasu - Side A, 1966. 8 and 9 July.
6512 Reel-to-reel tape #32 - Discussion of Lama Du'ana Kin Terms (11 July). Beginning of Bell (12 July) - Side A, 1966. 11 and 12 July.
6513 Reel-to-reel tape #33. Reel-to-reel #33 is blank.
6514 Reel-to-reel tape #34 - 'Elota, Basuxa, 'Umaxa on Maange'engoli Part 1 - Side A, 1966. 19 July.
6515 Reel-to-reel tape #35 - Bui'a, Beribongale Fala'i Sulia Bridewealth - Part 2 - Side A, 1966. 19 July.
6516 Reel-to-reel tape #36 - Keesing Discusses Waifuena; Jonathan Fifi'i and Committee Begin on Land Rights - Side, 1966. 29 July.
6517 Reel-to-reel tape #37 - Word Tabooing (J. Fifi'i and R.M. Keesing) - Side A, 1966. 8 March.
6518 Reel-to-reel tape #38 - Alafuunga, Kalonga, Xula, Mezaiga'a, 'Ai (Statement on Land Rights #1) - Side A, 1966. 9 August.
6519 Reel-to-reel tape #39 - Wado, Uugalifu (Coastal Land Ownership) - Side A, 1966. 9 August.
6520 Reel-to-reel tape #40 - Fatanga, Lasinga, Nanzayaa, Wa'inibata, Sixa'u (Patterns of Inheritance) - Side A, 1966. 9 August.
6521 Reel-to-reel tape #41 - Discussion of Magic Taboos (Bui'a, J. Fifi'i et al.) - Side A, 1966. 10 August.
661 Reel-to-reel tape #42 - Discussion of Marriage (cont'd.) - Side A, 1966. 19 August.
662 Reel-to-reel tape #43 - 2 Bell Murder Tolo'au Reminiscences (1/2 Tape) - Side A, 1969. 1 October.
663 Reel-to-reel tape #44 - 'Elota's Ritual Symbolism; Tagii'au Talks of the Bell Affair; Weewela - Side A, 1969. 20 November.
664 Reel-to-reel tape #45 - 1. Fou Niaeu Session (end); 2. Basiitau Bell; 3. Penaaoli Gesun - Side A, 1969. 2 July.
665 Reel-to-reel tape #46 - Fa'atalo's Story - Young Dick and Bell; The Noni Mauri - Fou Ni Abu - Side A, 1969. 24 and 30 November.
666 Reel-to-reel tape #47 - Fenaoli and Gesuni - Side A, 1969. 10 December.
667 Reel-to-reel tape #48 - Anianina - Lamana, Booli'au, Fei'a, etc; Basilamo Sulea Mae - Side A, 1970. 10 January.
668 Reel-to-reel tape #49 - 'Elota - Bridewealth, Conception, Omea Stratagies, Alumaa, Settlement Site - Side A, 1970. 27 January.
669 Reel-to-reel tape #50 - 'Elota - Killings for Sikwa, Bole - Side A, 1970. 31 January.
6610 Reel-to-reel tape #51 - A Darilari Genealogy Session (includes Kwaina'afi'a genealogies) - Side A, 1970. 31 January.
6611 Reel-to-reel tape #52 - 'Elota Talks of Lands and Shrines and Genealogical Rel. to Collaterals - Side A, 1970. 10 February.
6612 Reel-to-reel tape #53 - 'Elota Miscellany - Side A, 1970. 10 February.
6613 Reel-to-reel tape #54 - Gesuni and Fenaoli Talk about the British Punitive Expedition - Side A, 1970. 20 March.
6614 Reel-to-reel tape #55 - Luata Talks of the British Punitive Expedition - Side A, 1970. 21 March.
6615 Reel-to-reel tape #56 - Bell Murder Ma'aanamae - Side A, 1970. 22 March.
6616 Reel-to-reel tape #57 - Bell Murder 1 - Side A, 1970. 12 April.
6617 Reel-to-reel tape #58 - Bell Murder 2 - Side A, 1970. 12 April.
6618 Reel-to-reel tape #59 - Bell Murder 3 - Side A, 1970. 12 April.
6619 Reel-to-reel tape #60 - Bell Murder 4 - Side A, 1970. 12 April.
6620 Reel-to-reel tape #61 - Lounga 1 - Side A, 1970. 27 May.
6621 Reel-to-reel tape #62 - Lounga 2 - Side A, 1970. 28 May.
6622 Reel-to-reel tape #63 - Lounga 3 - Side A, 1970. 28 May.
671 Reel-to-reel tape #64 - Lounga 4 - Side A, 1970. 28 May. Two audio cassettes.
672 Reel-to-reel tape #65 - Lounga 5 - Side A, 1970. 29 May. Two audio cassettes.
673 Reel-to-reel tape #66 - Lounga 6 - Side A, 1970. 29 May. Two audio cassettes.
674 Reel-to-reel tape #67 - Lounga 7 - Side A, 1970. 1 June.
675 Reel-to-reel tape #68 - Vuza [a.k.a. Vouza] 2 - Side A, 1970. 4 June.
676 Reel-to-reel tape #69 - Vuza [a.k.a. Vouza] on Bell Affair (and primarily himself) - Side A. No date given.
677 Reel-to-reel tape #70 - Anifelo on the Bell Affair - Side A, 1970. 6 June.
678 Reel-to-reel tape #71 - The Bell Affair: Osixa, Alefo, Talaunga'i, 'Oimae - Side A. 12 July (no year given).
679 Reel-to-reel tape #72 - J. Fifi'i Story of the Bell Affair (best account yet) - Side A, 1972. 20 March. Original reel distorted.
6710 Reel-to-reel tape #73 - 1) Siilamo talks about "Etalance Kastown;" 2) Seda, Kwaialasi i Ba'e. 1974, November 16. And student evaluation. Not duplicated.
6711 Reel-to-reel tape #74 - Lounga - Side A; Gofunga (Lounga) - Side B, 1974. 18 November. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B. Original reel distorted.
6712 Reel-to-reel tape #75 - Alegeninga (cont.)- Side A; Louna - Side B, 1974. 19 November. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B. Original reel distorted.
6713 Reel-to-reel tape #76 - Lounga - Kinds of Swears - Side A; Parts of Year - Side B, 1974. 23 November.
6714 Reel-to-reel tape #77 - Lounga - Side A, 1974. 23 November.
6715 Reel-to-reel tape #78 - Lounga (death of priest) - Side A; Fire; House-Tau-Ba'e Land Rights - Side B, 1974. 13 December. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 Side A (cont.) and Side B; Tape #3 - Side B (cont.).
6716 Reel-to-reel tape #79 - Lounga - Taking of Janet Stewart, Young Dick - Side A; Bell Affair - Side B, 1974. 13 - 14 December. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6717 Reel-to-reel tape #80 - Lounga: Bell Affair (cont.) - Side A, 1974. 14 December.
6718 Reel-to-reel tape #81 - Boori'au: Mother's Taboos after Child Dies - Side A, 1974. 18 December.
6719 Reel-to-reel tape #82 - Fenaoli - Side A, 1974. 21 December.
6720 Reel-to-reel tape #83 - Lounga: Death in Childbirth - Side A. No date given.
6721 Reel-to-reel tape #84 - Lounga on Bell: [recorded by] Ian Frazer in Honiara - Side A; Lounga: Frazer Honiara. (cont.) - Side B. No date give. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6722 Reel-to-reel tape #85 - 'Elota - Side A, 1976. 27 January.
681 Reel-to-reel tape #86 - Lounga - Bell Story 'Auekwa'a - Side A.
682 Reel-to-reel tape #87 - Noni Mauri 2 - Side A. No date given.
683 Reel-to-reel tape #88 - Marriage ('Aixa and Folofo'u) - Side A; Naufee (Discussion of Ritual) - Side B, 1964. 25-26 September. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
684 Reel-to-reel tape #89 - 'Elota's Recollections #1 - Side A, 1969. 30 October. Speed varies.
685 Reel-to-reel tape #90 - 'Elota's Recollections 2 - Side A, 1969. 30 October.
686 Reel-to-reel tape #91 - 'Elota's Recollections 3 - Side A, 1969. 30 October and 6 November.
687 Reel-to-reel tape #92 - 'Elota's Recollections 4 - Side A, 1969. 6 November.
688 Reel-to-reel tape #93 - 'Elota's Recollections 4 - Side A, 1969. 6 November.
689 Reel-to-reel tape #94 - 'Elota's Story 6 - 9 - Side A, 1969. 6 November.
6810 Reel-to-reel tape #95 - 'Elota's Recollections 14 - Side A, 1970. 31 January.
6811 Reel-to-reel tape #96 - 'Elota's Story - Side A, 1970. 22 February.
6812 Reel-to-reel tape #97 - 'Elota's Story 16 - Side A, 1970. 21 March.
6813 Reel-to-reel tape #98 - 'Elota's Story; Chapter 12 - Side A, 1969. 11 December.
6814 Reel-to-reel tape #99 - 'Elota's Story 13 - Side A, 1969. 30 December.
6815 Reel-to-reel tape #100 - 'Elota's Omea, Siisile and Speeches. No date given.
6816 Reel-to-reel tape #101 - 'Elota's Story 4 - Side A. No date given.
6817 Reel-to-reel tape #102 - Fa'atalo in Land Litigation - Side A; Fa'atalo in Land Litigation - Side B. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B. Speed varies.
6818 Reel-to-reel tape #103 - Anifelo - Side A: Anifelo - Side B. No date given. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
6819 Reel-to-reel tape #104 - 1927: Anifelo - Side A, 1970. 5 Feburary.
6820 Reel-to-reel tape #105 - Kwai'ime on the Bell Affair - Side A. No date given.
6821 Reel-to-reel tape #106 - Bell Story; Alefo and Kwai'ime - Side A.
6822 Reel-to-reel tape #107 - J. Fifi'i; Land Diagrams - Side A; J. Fifi'i; Land Diagrams - Side B, 1967. 15 March. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
691 Reel-to-reel tape #108 - Fario Santillan, Sortilegio de la Flauta de los Andes - Side A. Santillan (continued), Los Frontenzos, Los Incas. No date given.
692 Reel-to-reel tape #109 - Ernie Palmer on the Bell Affair - Side A. Original letter from Ernie Palmer in folder.
693 Reel-to-reel tape #110 - Dick Horton Pijin English from Radio - Side A.
694 Reel-to-reel tape #111 - The Ritual Session 1 - Side A.
695 Reel-to-reel tape #112 - The Ritual Session 2 - Side A.
696 Reel-to-reel tape #113 - The Ritual Session 3: 'Aifaafasu - Side A.
697 Reel-to-reel tape #114 - The 'Aifaafasu Session - Side A.
698 Reel-to-reel tape #115 - 'Au Siisile [panpipes]. No date given.
699 Reel-to-reel tape #116 - 'Au Siisile [panpipes]. No date given.
6910 Reel-to-reel tape #117 - 'Au Siisile [panpipes]. 18 August 1966.
6911 Reel-to-reel tape #118 - Giigilo [stamping tudes], Basilamo and Kwaio. 23 August 1966.
6912 Reel-to-reel tape #119 - Giigilo, Basilamo and Kwaio. 30 November 1966.
6913 Reel-to-reel tape #120 - Giigilo, Basilamo and Kwaio. No date given.
6914 Reel-to-reel tape #121 - Gilo, Basilamo and Kwaio. 23 August 1966.
6915 Reel-to-reel tape #122 - Nguu [ancestral chants], Basibeli. No date given.
6916 Reel-to-reel tape #123 - Nguu, Basibeli. No date given.
6917 Reel-to-reel tape #124 - 'Au Kefo. 22 August 1966.
6918 Reel-to-reel tape #125 - 'Au Tage'eoli. 22 August 1966.
6919 Reel-to-reel tape #126 - 'Au Siisile [panpipes]. 19 August 1966.
6920 Reel-to-reel tape #127 - 'Au Tage'eoli [panpipes]. 22 August 1966.
6921 Reel-to-reel tape #128 - 'Au Siisile - Side A, 1970. 8 March.
6922 Reel-to-reel tape #129 - Siisile, 'Elota, and Friends on my Pipes - Side A, 1970. 8 March.
701 Reel-to-reel tape #130 - Nguu [singing of ancestral chants] Type 3 (Basibeli) - Side A.
702 Reel-to-reel tape #131 - Nguu, Maari'ia Sulea Mae - Side A, 1969. 16 October.
703 Reel-to-reel tape #132 - 'Au Siisile - Side A.
704 Reel-to-reel tape #133 - 'Au Siisile with Clapping - Side A.
705 Reel-to-reel tape #134 - 'Au Lebi and 'Au Dancing (Pipes are Blown Individually in Scale) - Side A. Ca. 1964.
706 Reel-to-reel tape #135 - 'Aulebe and 'Au miscellaneous. Apparently blank.
707 Reel-to-reel tape #136 - Kwaio Music - Side A; Kwaio Music - Side B, 1967. 7 August.
708 Reel-to-reel tape #137 - Panpipes (Siisile) at 'Elota's Omea [mortuary feast] - Side A, 1969. 26 October.
709 Reel-to-reel tape #138 - Batalamo Sulea Mae - Side A; Batalamo Sulea Mae - Side B, 1977. 3 March. Two audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B.
7010 Reel-to-reel tape #139 - Batalamo Sulea Mae 2 - Side A; Story of Lulaamae - Side B, 1977. 9 April. Three audio cassettes. Tape #1 - Side A; Tape #2 - Side B; Tape #3 - Side B (cont.).
7011 Reel-to-reel tape #140 - 'Au [panpipes] - Side A.
7012 Reel-to-reel tape #141 - Sing Sing. No date given.
7013 Reel-to-reel tape #142 - John Sitea and Guitar Band - Side A.
7014 Reel-to-reel tape #143 - Kwaio Music of Malaita - Side A.
7015 Reel-to-reel tape #144 - Kwaio A - Side A.
7016 Reel-to-reel tape #145 - Kwaio B - Side A.
7017 Reel-to-reel tape #146 - Begin Xefo [panpipes] - Side A, 1966. 29 September.
7018 Reel-to-reel tape #147 - Beginning Ule'esango - Side A, 1966. 29 September.
7019 Reel-to-reel tape #148 - Siisile, Tage'eoli [panpipes] - Side A, 1966. 29 September.
7020 Reel-to-reel tape #149 - Jonathan Fifi'i, Siisile. No date given.
7021 Reel-to-reel tape #150. Reel #150 is blank. It has not been duplicated.
7022 Reel-to-reel tape #151 - Simple Models of Complexity (Lure of Kinship) - Side A.

SUBJECT FILES

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711 Accreditation Committee. Polynesian Students: Proposed curricular changes.
712 Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies, 1934 - 1935. Includes correspondence and notes pertaining to education in the British Solomon Islands.
713 Aerial photographs.
714 'Are'are Chiefs Meeting Held at Harumou People's Centre, September 13-14, 1981.
715 Austronesian Project, 1987.
716 Colonial Land Tenure Advisory Panel, 1948.
717 Damon Tobacco Survey/ Harvard Medical Project. Includes Kwaio questionnaires, survey results and final report.
718 Dunn, Brian - Obituary, 1967.
719 Ethnomusicology.
7110 Fataia Development Fund.
7111 Fiji notes.
7112 Flow charts.
7113 Frigate bird pendant.
7114 Grant applications and field work proposals, 1974 - 1993.
7115 Kwaio Cultural Centre.
7116 Maps.
7117 Native Labour, 1922. Several articles from the Planters' Gazette relating to native labour.
7118 Political problems and research sensitivity. Part 1.
7119 Political problems and research sensitivity. Part 2.
7120 Social Science Citation Index, 1981 - 1985.
7121 Soil survey of Kwaio by government, 1969.
7122 Solomons Labour Regulation Amendment, 1943.

CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS

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721 Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania - Custom Today Working Session, 1990. Kauai, Hawaii.
722 Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania - Working Session on Chiefs Today, 1991. Kona, Hawaii.
723 Developing Cultural Policy in Melanesia, August 11-14, 1992. Honiara, Solomon Islands.
724 Equipe de Recherche d'Anthropologie Sociale: Morphologie, Echanges - Seminar, 1986 - 1987.
725 First European Colloquium on Pacific Studies - Transformation and Tradition in the South Pacific, 1992.
726 International Studies Association - 34th Annual Convention, 1993. Acapulco, Mexico.
727 King's College Conference - Representation of Complex Cultural Categories: The Contribution of Cognitive..., 1988.
728 Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Sociale - Seminaire d'Ethnoscience, 1986 - 1987.
729 New Zealand Association of Social Anthropologists - The Politics of Interpretation - 15th Annual Conference, 1990.
7210 State University of New York, Brockport - The Afterlife of the Life History, 1990.
7211 Symposium on Topics in Oceanic Anthropology, 1968.
7212 University of Basel - Faculty Lecture series, 1987.
7213 University of Bergen - National Seminar Series, 1991 - 1993.
7214 University of California, Los Angeles - World Affairs Conference. The Pacific Rim: New Waves on Ancient Shores, 1985.
7215 University of Chile - Symposium, 1990. Santiago.
7216 University of Duisberg - International Cognitive Linguistics Association, 1992.
7217 University of Gothenburg - Conference, 1986.
7218 University of Helsinki - Symposium, 1987.
7219 University of Manchester - Distinguished Speaker Series, 1986.
7220 University of Mainz - Religion Conference, 1989.
7221 York University - Colloquium - Colonial Discourse and the Pacific, 1987.
7222 York University - Association Canadienne Francaise pour l'Avancement des Sciences, 1993.

TEACHING MATERIAL

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University of California, Santa Cruz

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7223 Anthropology 120: Language and Culture, 1970.
7224 Anthropology 124: Comparative Religion, 1967 - 1973. Course introduction, schedules, reading lists and syllabi.
7225 Anthropology 233: Questions for November 2, 1972.

Australian National University

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7226 Anthropology B1: Kinship and Social Organization.
7227 Concepts in Applied Anthropology.
7228 Department of Anthropology - Review Committee.
7229 Directory of Australian National University Research in the Pacific, 1980.
7230 Stevenson 44L and 44X.
7231 Tutorial Program and Project.

McGill University

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7232 Anthropology 151-355A: Themes of Culture and Society, Fall, 1992 - 1993.
7233 Anthropology 151-358B - Introduction to Research, Spring, 1989 - 1990.
7234 Anthropolgy 151-430B - Students' Evaluation of Course.
7235 Anthropology 151-440A: Cognitive Anthropology, Fall, 1992 - 1993.
731 Anthropology 430B: Symbolic Anthropology, Spring, 1989 - 1990.
732 Anthropology 640B: Anthropology of Embodied Experience.
733 Proposed Institute for the Study of Canada: Proposal, Questions and Answers, 1992.
734 Seminar: The Anthropology of Colonialism, 1990.
735 McGill - Seminars: Possible seminars/lectures.
736 University Reports and Reviews, 1990 - 1992.

Miscellaneous

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737 Peace Corps Orientation Course, Malaita, Solomon Islands - Final Report, 1979.
738 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Agricultural systems.
739 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Extension Courses in Anthropology: A Retrospective.
7310 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. First Settlers.
7311 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Languages.
7312 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Political Systems.
7313 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Solomon Islands Religion.
7314 University of the South Pacific - Problems in Solomons Anthropology, 1983. Systems of Trade and Exchange.

COMPUTER MATERIALS

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741 Alphabetic Listing of Equivalent File.
742 Australian National University Computer Center - Job Kees Coombs, 1978.
743 Australian National University Computer Center - Job Output Coombs, 1978.
744 Commands.
745 Computer Predicted Matches for Parents.
746 Count Breakdown of Kwaio Demography, 1927.
747 Count Breakdown of Kwaio Demography, 1927. Includes annotation.
748 Count Breakdown of Kwaio Demography, 1964.
749 Cruise, Julie - "Xwaio Study For Roger Keesing", 1973 - 1974.
7410 Culture Printout.
7411 Current Omea Coding.
7412FB-306-01Families Grouped by Parent - Predicted Output.
7413 Family Group Cards Listing, 1972.
7414 Genealogy Cards. 1 of 2 folders.
7415 Genealogy/kinship computer programs. Includes some Miracode materials, 1970s.
7416 Identification Matrices Not Created When Expected.
7417 Individuals in Medical Samples, 1968.
7418 Land linkage data.
7419 Lexical Notes.
7420 Magzin.dat - 2755 Cards, 1977.
751 Microfilm Notes.
752 Miracodes and Notes - Handwritten.
753 Miscellaneous Genealogy Notes.
754 Miscellaneous Notes.
755 New Keypunch Cards List.
756 New Name Cards.
757 Omea Duplicates.
758 Past Omea Coding.
759 People indexes.
7510 Places Printout.
7511 Program Procedure - Analyze.
7512 Program Procedure - Big Picture.
7513 Program Procedure - Build Correspondence.
7514 Program Procedure - Build Dictionary.
7515 Program Procedure - Descent. Includes an article titled "Computer Methods for Analyzing Genealogical Space" by Coult and Randolph.
7516 Program Procedure - Errors.
7517 Program Procedure - File Control.
7518 Program Procedure - File Matrix.
7519 Program Procedure - Linking.
7520 Program Procedure - Listing.
7521 Program Procedure - Notes. "Things to be thinking about."
7522 Settlement Data, 1927.
7523 Tally Sheets - Agglomerates, 1964.
7524 Tally Sheets - Agglomerates, 1966.
7525 Untitled and Unidentified Printouts, 1977 - 1978.
7526 Xwa 101: Procedure Options (Main), 1972. 28 January 1972.
7527 Xwa 102: Procedure Options (Main), 1972. 28 January 1972.
7528 Xwa 103: Procedure Options (Main), 1972. 24 April 1972.
7529 Xwa 104: Procedure Options (Main), 1972. 21 April 1972.
7530 Xwaio Genealogies Computerization, 1972. 8 June 1972.
7531 Xwaio Genealogies Index.
7532 Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices.
7533FB-301-01Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices - Volume 1.
7534FB-302-01Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices - Volume 2.
7535FB-303-01Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices - Volume 3.
7536FB-304-01Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices - Volume 4.
7537FB-305-01Xwaio Genealogies - Individual Identification Matrices - Volume 5.
7538FB-305-02Xwaio Genealogies - Programs.
7539 Xwaio Miracode Computerization.

INDIA - FIELD RESEARCH

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Correspondence

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761 A-J - Miscellaneous.
762 Borman, Hans H., 1979.
763 Chand, S. Krishnan, 1981 - 1986.
764 Danda, Akit K., 1978.
765 De, Nitish, 1979 - 1985.
766 Diesh, K, 1979 - 1982.
767 Ghosh, Partha S.
768 High Commission of India, 1978 - 1985.
769 Indian Council of Social Science Research, 1978 - 1985.
7610 Jain, Shobita and Ravindra K.
7611 K-P - Miscellaneous.
7612 Khan, A.R., 1984.
7613 Klimburg-Salter, Deborah, 1980 - 1983.
7614 Madan, T.N., 1979 - 1985.
7615 Q-Z - Miscellaneous.
7616 Sekharan, C. Chandra, 1985 - 1986.
7617 Sharma, Jaggdish, 1980 - 1984.
7618 Singh, Harinder, 1979 - 1983.
7619 Tucker, Richard, 1981 - 1984.
7620 Uberoi, Patricia, 1983 - 1984.

Writings

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7621 Churahi (Chambra Dist., H.P.): A Preliminary Grammatical Sketch.
7622FB-228-10Churahi lexicon - Flash cards.
7623 Churahi lexicon - Transcriptions and translations.
7624 Churahi texts.
7625 Development in Himachial: A View from Churah.
7626 Old and the New in the Indian Himalayas.
7627 Research notes.
7628 Transcribed interview - Gupala/Cirvart.

Field Journals

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7629 Field journal - March, 1980.
7630 Field journal - November, 1980.
7631 Field journal, 1980.
771 Field journal - January - April, 1981.
772 Field journal. Undated.
773 Field journal. Undated.
774 Field journal. Undated.

Subject Files

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775 Maps.
776 Photographs (prints) - Churah, Chambra, Himachal Pradesh.
777 Photographs (slides) - Churah, Tisa and Trund.
778 Photographs (slides) - Unlabelled.
779 Photographs (slides) - Unlabelled.
7710 Research Proposal - Change and Continuity in Chamba: Preliminary Sketches of Planned Research, 1980.
7711 Research Proposal - Grant application, 1980 - 1981.
7712 Research Proposal - Research in Chamba: A Progress Report.
7713 Seminar on Chambra.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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7714 Originals of Preservation Photocopies.



Finding aid generated: 2005-10-28