03675ntc a22002177i 45000010005000000080041000050400026000461000024000722450047000962640016001433000039001593360021001983370023002193380032002425000019002745060028002935202809003215330077031305400079032078560171032863673140313k18731907xx 000 0|eng d aANU:PMBcANU:PMBerda1 aFison, Rev. Lorimer10aArticles, letters and miscellaneous papers c1873 - 1907 a1 reel; 35mm microfilm Digital PDF atext2rdacontent acomputer2rdamedia aonline resource2rdacarrier aAU PMB MS 1042 aAvailable for reference2 aPlease see PMB 1039 for full entry This collection (MS 7080, Box 3) consists of the following:<P><BR><P>FOLDER 1 - Letters to Lorimer Fison<BR>Items 9-11; George Taplin, 1873: Meru tribe kinship, Murray River<BR>Items 12-19; R.H. Codrington, 1892-3: New guinea and Melanesian languages<BR>Items 20-22; H.M. Jackson, Government House, Suva, 1903<BR>Items 23-24; Wm MacGregor, 1888: New Guinea ethnology and languages<BR>Items 25-37; Basil Thomson, 1893: Fijian culture; recall to London<BR>Items 38-39; A.W. Howitt, 1905<BR>Items 40-41; J.G. Frazer, 1907: Frazer compliments Spencer and Gillen on their work and discusses his plans for an anthropological fund at Liverpool, UK.<BR>Items 42-48; W. Skeat, 1903-4: Fiji/Tonga linguistics; publication of Fison article<BR>Items 49-59; J.B. Thurston, 1872 (incomplete) and 1893<BR>Items 60-61; W.E. Bennett, 1903<BR>Items 62-63; S.E. Peal (incomplete)<BR>Items 64-65; Letter from J. Hall, Fison's secretary, to J.G. Frazer, 1905<BR>Item 65a; List of distinguished acqaintances<BR>FOLDER 2 - Correspondence with J.G. Frazer<BR>Item 66-104; 1896-1907: mostly anthropology of Australian aborigines<BR>FOLDER 3 - Notes and Tables<BR>Item 105-167; Mostly in Fison's hand, includes 7 returned questionnaires. Principal subjects are kinship and lanaguage among the Australian aborigines, but there is also material on Dobu (New Guinea) and Fijian languages. Includes kinship tables for tribes in the Murray River, SA; Murray/Darling; Yorke Peninsula, SA; Omeo & Gippsland, VIC; Jervis Bay, NSW areas.<BR>FOLDER 4 - Articles<BR>Item 168-208; A signed mss copy of 'Land tenure in Fiji'<BR>Item 209-224; Fellows, Rev. S.B. 'Grammar of the Pannieti dialect, British New Guinea, together with comprehensive vocabulary'. Proof copy<BR>Item 225-233; Sketch maps (2) and comparative lists of the vocabulary of New Guinea dialects: Saibai, Uroi, Baribara, Kaura, Moi, Wapi, Ari, Moipalo, Kubilo, A'loto, Bau, Gaiga, Kaipu, Kaurarega, Gudang<BR>Item 234; Note (incomplete) on numerals of New Guinea dialects<BR>Item 235; A comparative vocabulary of New Guinea languages<BR>FOLDER 5 - Transactions and proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, vol.X,February 1874<BR>Item 236; On pp.154-179 is Fison's article 'The classificatory system of kinship'. The volume bears the signature of E.M. Curr and his handwritten critique of Fison's article.<BR>Also marked in the table of contents is an article, on pp. 100-105, 'Abstract of a paper on aboriginal art in Australasia, Polynesia, and Oceania, and its decay' by H.E. Pain.<BR> aElectronic reproduction:bCanberra :cPacific Manuscripts Bureau, d2014 aAvailable for referenceuhttp://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/pambu/copyright.php41uhttp://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/pambu/digital/catalogue/index.php/articles-letters-and-miscellaneous-paperszView this item in the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Catalogue.