Pitcairn Miscellany goes live online
ANGWIN, Calif., May 21, 2004 ----- Pitcairn Miscellany, the 45-year-old monthly newspaper of Pitcairn Island, South Pacific Ocean, is going live on the Internet today.
The publication, which is read in hard copy form by some 1,800 persons world-wide, is now available online for US$10.00 per year, and may be ordered at http://www.miscellany.pn
In its present, hard copy form the newspaper began in 1959. It is now an eight legal-size-page publication, produced by the Pitcairn Island School. It handles a variety of stories about Pitcairners, island history, visitors, weather and fishing reports, and a diary of daily activities.
Pitcairns first news publication began in November 1892, as the short lived Monthly Pitcairner. In 1956, a second news publication, the Pitcairn Pilhi, began a publication run of 18 months. In April 1959, Pitcairn Miscellany began publishing and has, with only a few interruptions, published monthly ever since.
The print version of Pitcairn Miscellany is available for US$10.00 (cash only) from Editor, Pitcairn Miscellany, Pitcairn Island, South Pacific Ocean, via New Zealand.
Pitcairn Islands Study Center, 1 Angwin
Ave., Angwin, CA, USA. Herbert Ford, 707-965-6625, 707-965-2047, Fax: 707-965-6504,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: http://library.puc.edu/pitcairn