Dorothy Felice Crozier
"Dorothy Felice Crozier (1918-2001) studied history at Melbourne University from 1936 till 1944 and also tutored in its Department of History after the War. In 1948-49 Ms Crozier studied anthropology at the University of London and began research on culture change in Tonga. In 1950-51 she carried out fieldwork in Tonga as an ANU Research Scholar. In 1952 Ms Crozier joined the Department of Pacific History in the Research School of Pacific Studies at the ANU. In 1954 she was appointed Archivist by the Government of Fiji and remained at the Central Archives of Fiji and the Western Pacific High Commission till 1958 during which time she completed an inventory and calendar of the WPHC archives and wrote an administrative history of the WPHC to 1900. Ms Crozier remained Archivist at the Central Archives of Fiji and the Western Pacific High Commission till 1958. In 1959 Ms Crozier returned to London for further anthropological studies under Professor Firth and to write up work on the development of social services in Tonga. From 1964 till 1971 Ms Crozier lectured in the History Department at Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, and worked on a definitive edition of William Mariner's, 'Natives of the Tongan Islands'. She gave the Macmillan Brown lectures in 1968. Ms Crozier returned to Australia in the early 1970s and lectured on European history at Melbourne University in 1976-77 before retiring from her academic career."