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Published by Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Material culture -- Solomon Islands -- Catalogs.,
  • Solomon Islands -- Civilization.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [92]-94.

Statement[compiled by] Deborah B. Waite.
ContributionsWaite, Deborah., British Museum. Trustees.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN671.S6
The Physical Object
Pagination94 p., [16] p. of plates :
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19606948M
ISBN 100714115703

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Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection. by Deborah B. Waite (p. ) Review by: Mick Pendergrast. Art of the Solomon Islands: from the collection of the Barbier-Muller Museum / Deborah Waite; Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection / Deborah B. Waite; Varilaku: Pacific arts from the Solomon Islands / Crispin Howarth with Deborah Waite. From Sydney he made his celebrated visit to the Islands in the Curacoa in , also with Meade whose journals, kept on board the "Curacoa" in and the "Esk" in , form part of the Brenchley Papers. See also "Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection" (London ), Deborah B. Waite. Notes. From Brenchley and Jules Remy travelled across North America living with indigenous communities. In he joined the HMS Curacoa at Sydney, a naval vessel then deployed to protect British interests in the Pacific, including Solomon Islands .

  Waite, Deborah B. Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection. The Trustees of the British Museum, London. The Trustees of the British Museum, London. Google ScholarCited by: 3.   Brenchley made a collection of more than 1, artefacts from the Solomon Islands. Other material in the museums’ ethnographic collection originates from Africa, Asia, and Brazil, and includes collections from: Olive Temple (later Macleod): a female explorer and collector in early 20th-century Northern Nigeria, with stories of her travels published in the London Magazine. Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection by Deborah B. Waite (p. 77) 77) Review by: Matthew Spriggs.

of the Brenchley Papers. Brenchley’s Maidstone papers appear to have been unknown to compilers of the most recent inventory of his collections, Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection (London ) by Deborah B. Waite. In , Brazier was invited to join the HMS Curacoa South Sea Islands expedition alongside explorer and avid 'gentleman collector' Julius L. Brenchley. Read more about the journey. The HMS Curacoa () spent approximately two weeks in the Solomons as well as visiting Norfolk Island, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Brenchley's collection of over artefacts from this voyage now housed at British Museum and Maidstone Museum. After another exploration to China, Russia and Europe, Brenchley returned to England in and died three years later. Bibliography. Brenchley, Julius L. (). Brenchley, Julius L. (Julius Lucius) () Resources about Julius L. Brenchley (2) Artefacts from the Solomon Islands in the Julius L. Brenchley Collection / Deborah B. Waite Waite, Deborah B [ Book: ] At 15 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,).