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Registration Number E40658
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander dance ornament
CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander dance ornament
Name or Title Pois
Production Place New Zealand
Production Date Pre 1990
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

Poi is a form of performance art that originated in Aotearoa (New Zealand). The name poi refers to both the dance and the balls on string that are twirled during the perfomance. Traditionally poi were made from flax or raupō fibres, but this modern set have been constructed with twine and paper filling.

These poi were given to the donor by the New Zealand delegation at a Mothers' Union Conference in Lae, Papua New Guinea.

Country Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
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Registration Number E40657
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification LIGHTING Candle candle holder
CH classification LIGHTING Candle candlestick
CH classification RELIGIONS Christian candle holder
Name or Title Candle holders
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date 1950-1960
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita. She was at Fauabu from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

These candlesticks were commissioned by Helen Barrett for St Aidan's Anglican Girls School in Brisbane. However, by the time they were finished the school had acquired a different set.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40663
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander neck ornament
Name or Title Garland
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date 2005
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This modern, plant fibre garland was made in 2005.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40655
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander sculpture
CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander toy
Name or Title Carving- crocodile
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date 1960s-1980s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita. She was at Fauabu from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This carved crocodile was made for Miss Barrett while she was living on Malaita between the 1960s and 1980s.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40662
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander comb
CH classification COSTUME ACCESSORIES Hair Accessories hair comb
Name or Title Head comb
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 1984
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This men's comb was presented to the the donor as a gift upon her leaving Solomon Islands in 1984.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40660
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander comb
CH classification COSTUME ACCESSORIES Hair Accessories hair comb
Name or Title Head comb
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 1984
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This men's comb was presented to the the donor as a gift upon her leaving Solomon Islands in 1984.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40661
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander comb
Name or Title Head Comb
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 1984
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This men's comb was presented to the the donor as a gift upon her leaving Solomon Islands in 1984.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40659
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander comb
Name or Title Head comb
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 1984
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This men's comb was presented to the the donor as a gift upon her leaving Solomon Islands in 1984

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40656
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT Food Preparation knife
Name or Title Sword-club
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita. She was at Fauabu from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This usual piece is cutlass-style sword club, most likely made in the Trobriand Islands. The carving was presented to Miss Barrett as a farewell gift on her departure from Solomon Islands in 1984, but probably dates to several decades earlier.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40702
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1990s
History and Use

This woven bag is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

According to the donor such bags were made on San Christobal, Makira and were often given as gifts to the Mothers' Union.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40698
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1970
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

The bag was used by the donor to carry her paper nursing records.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40696
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification ORNAMENTS Mixed Media ornament
Name or Title Plaque
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1950s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This wooden plaque with shell inlay was made by a patient at a leprosy hostipal on Malaita in the 1950s. Patients made objects such as plaques and wooden knives to sell to tourists as their primary source of income.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40697
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification Homewares Wall plaque
Name or Title Plaque
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1950s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This wooden plaque with shell inlay was made by a patient at a leprosy hostipal on Malaita in the 1950s. Patients made objects such as plaques and wooden knives to sell to tourists as their primary source of income.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40703
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification COSTUME ACCESSORIES Male walking stick
Name or Title Walking stick
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1960s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This walking stick was made by Johnson, a patient at the leper hospital on Malaita. He made it for the donor so that she could walk in the bush as she got older.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40695
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander
CH classification ORNAMENTS Mixed Media ornament
Name or Title Plaque
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1950
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This wooden plaque with shell inlay was made by a patient at a leprosy hostipal on Malaita in the 1950s. Patients made objects such as plaques and wooden knives to sell to tourists as their primary source of income.

State/Province Malaita
Malaita
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40700
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1980-1990
History and Use

This woven bag from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40699
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1980-1990
History and Use

This woven bag is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40701
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1950s
History and Use

This woven bag is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40734
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title String bag
Production Place Isabel/Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1920s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This unusual bag is made from very finely knotted string. According to the donor is dates to the 1920s and was used by men to carry betel nuts.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40737
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander body ornament
CH classification COSTUME ACCESSORIES Jewellery bangle
Name or Title Shell Armbands
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 2006
History and Use

This pair of shell armbands is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

The armbands were presented along with a string bag (E40738) as a gift to the donor in 2007.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40738
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title String bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
Production Date Pre 2007
History and Use

This bag is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

Originally such bags would have been made from natural bark fibre string though this example uses commercially available coloured wool twine. The bag was presented along with a pair of shell bangles (E40737) as a gift to the donor in 2007.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40733
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title String bag
Production Place Isabel/Solomon Islands
Production Date Circa 1920s-1930s
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

This bag is made from very finely looped natural fibre string. Such bags were known as 'ghuba mimisi' on Santa Isabel and were used to carry precious items.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40742
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander arm ornament
Name or Title Plant fibre raw material
Production Place Solomon Islands
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40743
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title Bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
History and Use

This object is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

According to the donor such bags were made on San Christobal, Makira and were often given as gifts to the Mothers' Union.

Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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Registration Number E40736
Classification CH classification INDIGENOUS CULTURES Melanesian & South Sea Islander bag
CH classification PACKAGES AND CONTAINERS Bag
Name or Title String bag
Production Place Solomon Islands
History and Use

This bag is from the Helen Barrett collection, which was donated to Queensland Museum in 2014. Miss Helen Barrett worked as a nurse with the Australian Board of Mission in Solomon Islands from 1947 until 1984. Barrett was based at Tasia in Isabel Province, and Maravovo on Guadalcanal before being stationed at the Hospital of the Epiphany at Fauabu, Malaita from 1968 until 1984. In the 1990s, Barrett worked with the Mothers Union in the Torres Strait Islands. Her collection largely comprises of objects that were presented as gifts over the course of her missionary work in Melanesia.

The bag is woven from natural fibre string derived from tree bark.

State/Province Isabel
Isabel
Country Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
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