Corporate entry: British Solomon Islands Society


In August 1951, a British Solomon Islands Society was formed in Honiara with the intention of meeting monthly to promote the welfare and development of the Protectorate, and its advancement through the study of scientific and industrial knowledge. The meetings were addressed by visiting academics, such as anthropologist Raymond Firth, zoologist Torben Wolff and Government Geologist J. C. Grover. (AR 1951-1942, 42)

Published resources


  • British Solomon Islands Protectorate, British Solomon Islands Protectorate Annual Reports (AR), 1896-1973. Details