Pitcairn Island Study Center

The Pitcairn Islands Study Center's mission is to provide support to Pitcairn Island, South Pacific Ocean, and to provide information about it world-wide to researchers, journalists, scholars, students, authors and others who have an interest in Pitcairn Island and in "The Bounty Saga," which includes H.M.S. Bounty/William Bligh/Pitcairn Island/Norfolk Island. The Study Center is a not-for-profit charitable organization.

Pitcairn Island Study Center
1 Angwin Avenue
Angwin, California 94508
United States
707-965-2047
http://library.puc.edu/pitcairn/

Director

Herbert Ford

Project Leaders

Herbert Ford

Mission

The Pitcairn Islands Study Center's mission is to provide support to Pitcairn Island, South Pacific Ocean, and to provide information about it world-wide to researchers, journalists, scholars, students, authors and others who have an interest in Pitcairn Island and in "The Bounty Saga," which includes H.M.S. Bounty/William Bligh/Pitcairn Island/Norfolk Island. The Study Center is a not-for-profit charitable organization.

Programs

The Study Center maintains a web site – http://library.puc.edu/pitcairn/ - of much information about Pitcairn Island and The Bounty Saga. It maintains a research library of some 1,200 books, thousands of pages of articles, correspondence, manuscripts, monographs; a video, photograph and color slide collection; a large philatelic collection of Pitcairn stamps; ship models relating to Pitcairn and H.M.S. Bounty, and many artifacts about the subjects of its interest.

Statistics on Pitcairn Island Study Center

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2006: $10,000
  • Annual Budget for 2005: $10,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $15,000
  • Religious Affiliation: No religious affiliation