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Collection of Books Related to Fiji from Library of Clellan S. Ford, American Anthropologist, Co-founder of the Cross-Cultural Survey, 1930s Titles from 1856-1972 Relating to Social Issues
- Twenty (20) different titles from the estate of Clellan S. Ford, an American anthropologist, best known as Professor of Anthropology at Yale University. Ford spent a year in the Fiji Islands conducting ethnographic field research. He then joined the Institute of Human Relations at Yale, where he co-founded the Cross-Cultural Survey. The titles include Flight of the Chiefs, Epic Poetry of Fiji, 1942; A History of Fiji, Volume One, 1957; A Vagabond in Fiji, 1927; Fijian Grammar, 1946; Ai Vola Ni Sere ni Lotu Weselle e Viti, Fijian Hymn Book, 1933; The Song of Milkanwatha: Translated from the Original Feejee, 1856; Cannibal Islands (lacking title page, disbound, etc), n.d.; Na i vosavosa vakaviti e so, 1954; Ai vola lailai ni vosa vakaperitania me yaga vie ira na kai viti, 1932; The Davui Series including A I vola ni wili I vola, Book I, 1926; Na Sala Ni Wilivola, Book 1 and Book 2, n.d.; A I vola ni wili i vola, 1926. Also includes A New Fijian Grammar, 1941; An English-Fijian Medical Vocabulary, 1927; A Guide to Pacific Island Dietaries, 1947; Handbook of Fijian Language, 1936; Tales from the South Seas, 1953; Fiji in Picture, 1972 and Murder in Fiji; 1945. A mixture of hard cover and paperback. Well read with some condition issues.
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