Charles Elliot Fox
Fox was born in Stalbridge, Dorset, England, and educated in New Zealand, graduating Master of Arts from Auckland University College in 1901. He received a degree in theology from St John's College, Auckland in 1902, joined the Anglican Melanesian Mission in 1903 and was ordained the same year.
Around 1924, Fox worked on a dictionary and grammar of the Arosi language of Makira (formerly San Cristobal) in the Solomon Island (ISBN 0858831708), and the Lau language of Malaita (ISBN 0858831015). He also wrote "Beliefs and Tales of San Cristobal" in 1915, later translated and printed in J Royal Anthropological Inst.
He died in New Zealand in 1977 aged 99 years.
- "The Register of Charles Elliot Fox Papers 1924". Mandeville Special Collections Library Geisel Library, University of California, San Diego. Archived from the original on August 30, 2006. Retrieved 2007-03-15.
- "NZ university graduates 1870–1961: F". Shadows of Time. Retrieved 17 January 2017.
- "Series SISC - Solomon Islands - San Cristoval Island". Archive at PARADISEC. Retrieved 2007-03-15.
- "History of the Melanesian Brotherhood". Melanesian Brotherhood. Retrieved 2007-03-15.
- Kakamora (London, 1962)
- Documents by Fox from Project Canterbury
- Charles Elliot Fox Papers MSS 18. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego Library.
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