Series 307 - Ethel Drus research papers on Fiji

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Ethel Drus research papers on Fiji


  • 1823 - 1907, 1959 (Creation)

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3.8 m (19 boxes)

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Ethel Drus completed her MA in Cape Town, South Africa. She was a Research Fellow in the Department of Pacific History, Research School of Pacific Studies at the Australian National University 1953-1955. Her research focussed on Fiji and British colonial policy.

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Copies of and notes about archival material on Fiji. Date(s) given are from research notes. Dispatches from the Colonial Office to the Governor; Secretariat correspondence; Royal Gazettes; Admiral’s in-letters; Minute papers; Dispatches between the Secretary of State and the Governor.


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Original records may be in the Fiji National Archives and the UK National Archives

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Prepared by Karina Taylor on 16 April 2009




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