[Documents menu]History of Papua New Guinea and occupied West PNG
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 21:57:54 +1000
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Subject: [***] E.W.P. Chinnery (1887-1972) Papers
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E.W.P. Chinnery (1887-1972) Papers

National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia
19 February 1998

Supplied note: "The papers relate particularly to [Ernest William Pearson] Chinnery's career in the territories of Papua and New Guinea as a Patrol Officer, Government Anthropologist, and Director of the Department of District Services and Native Affairs, and a Director of Native Affairs and Commonwealth Advisor on Native Affairs in Australia, as well as many aspects of Papua New Guinea including history, exploration, anthropology, genealogy, language, education, health, missions, crimes and discipline, rights, mining, trade and pre-war, wartime and post-war administration." Site contents: Scope and Content Note, Biographical Note, Series List, Collection Description, Box List

[The collection includes letters to/from Gregory Bateson, Wilfrid Beaver, Hermann Detzner, Raymond Firth, Reo F. Fortune, A.C. Haddon, C.B. Humphries, Copland King, Margaret Mead, Douglas Oliver, C.G. Seligman, Sir Henry Waechter, Camilla Wedgwood. Warning: The site is a single, 137Kb [loading time!] page - ed.]

URL http://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/0766.html

Link submitted by: Andrew Gosling (agosling@nla.gov.au)

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