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Fiji Oral History Project in association with the Fiji Museum. Part 1 [microform] : Part-Europeans and Europeans, transcripts of audio recording series, PMB AUDIO 1-35, 1998-1999 / interviewer Marsali MacKinnon
Bib ID 3427825
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
MacKinnon, Marsali
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. 
Description 1998-1999 
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. 
Series

PMB (Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau) ; 1235

Summary

PMB AUDIO 1 Moira Hedstrom (ně Deitrich) p.2 ; PMB AUDIO 2 Hubert "Jumbo" Sabben p.18; PMB AUDIO 3-4 Bill Miller, Interview No.1, Part 1 p.36 ; PMB AUDIO 5-6 Bill Miller, Interview No.2 p.55 ; PMB AUDIO 7 Dorothy Walker p.75; PMB AUDIO 8 Maureen Southwick (ně Storck) p.78; PMB AUDIO 9 Henry Sahai p.93; PMB AUDIO 10 Tui Levuka p.100 ; PMB AUDIO 11 George Gibson p.103; PMB AUDIO 12 William Moses p.113; PMB AUDIO 13 Dora Patterson p.120 ; PMB AUDIO 14-15 Capt. Fred Vollmer p.131.

PMB AUDIO 16 Nicky Yoshida (ně Ashley) p.146; PMB AUDIO 17 Bertha Wendt p.158; PMB AUDIO 18 Alice Mahabir p.171; PMB AUDIO 19 Sir Len Usher, Parts 1 & 2 p.193; PMB AUDIO 21 "Pa" Hazelman and Noleen Billings p.208; PMB AUDIO 22 Thomas Fenton p.220 ; PMB AUDIO 23 Jess Jackson p.227; PMB AUDIO 24 Betty Simpson p.241; PMB AUDIO 25 Lema Low p.250; PMB AUDIO 26-27 Rodney Acraman, Interview No.1 p.265; PMB AUDIO 26-27 Rodney Acraman, Interview No.2 p.288; PMB AUDIO 29 Judy Zundel p.298; PMB AUDIO 30 Daryl Tarte p.316; PMB AUDIO 31 Sir David Ragg, Parts 1 & 2 p.334; PMB AUDIO 33 Don Burness p.355; PMB AUDIO 34-35 Bill Clark, Parts 1 & 2 p.372.

Notes

This oral history audio media project, called the Fiji Oral History Project Part 1: Part-Europeans and Europeans, comprises 28 taped interviews with 26 senior members of these communities living in Fiji and Australia. The interviews were conducted by Marsali MacKinnon from 1998 to 1999. They trace the history of a number of Part-European and European families in Fiji through the 19th and 20th centuries, beginning with the first arrival of their European ancestors. A fresh and vibrant collection of many previously un-recorded personal memoirs, as well as family stories passed down the generations, it is a significant contribution to the social history and intangible heritage of Fiji - and the South Pacific region.

Reproduction Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : Produced for the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University. 1 microfilm reel. 
Subjects Fiji - Social life and customs.  |  Fiji - Social history - Interviews.
Time Coverage 1998-1999 
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Pacific Manuscripts Bureau  |  Fiji Museum

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