STONOR, Charles R.

STONOR, Charles Robert. 20.5.1912 — 1982.  British Anthropologist and Naturalist in India. Roman Catholic. Son of Francis Cyril St. and Juliana Tindal Bosanquet. Surveyor in the Naga Hills in British period. Then lived at Brooklands North, Sarisbury Green, Hampshire. In 1953-54 visited Nepal.

Publications: “The Keju or Iron Hoe of the Angami Nagas”, Man 49, 1949, 133-134, 1 pl.; “The Feasts of Merit among the Northern Sangtam Tribe of Assam”, Anthropos 45, 1950, 1-12; “The Sulung Tribe of the Assam Himalayas”, Anthropos 47, 1952, 947-962.

– With E. Anderson: “Maize Among the Hill Peoples of Assam”, Annals of the Missouri Botanical Gardens 36, 1949, 355-404.

– The Sherpa and the Snowman. 12+209 p. 37 pl. L. 1955.

– “Notes on Religion and Ritual among the Dafla Tribes of the Assam Himalayas”, Anthropos 52, 1957, 1-23; “The Blacksmith and His Forge in the Mountains of North-East India”, Anthropos 70, 1975, 833-838.

Sources: Wikidata; stray notes in Internet.

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