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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 52. 1943.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1943.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 52
    March, 1943.
  • Race, Caste and Class. By Ernest Beaglehole, Victoria University College 1
  • The Feather Cloak of Tahiti. By Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) 12
  • Kahungunu and Tamatea. By William Greenwood 16
  • Notes and Queries 18
  • Stone Artifacts of Non-Tasmanoid Facies obtained in Tasmania.
  • Additional Illustrations of Tuamotuan Creation. By Kenneth P. Emory, Bernice P. Bishop Museum 19
  • Current Anthropological Literature 22
  • Short Notices of New Books 23
    MEMOIR SUPPLEMENTS:
  • Fiji Plants, their Names and Uses. By Mrs. H. B. Richenda Parham (completion of Memoir No. 16) i–xii, 145–156
  • The Oldman Collection of Polynesian Artifacts (completion of Memoir No. 15) i–ii, 83–90
  • The Oldman Collection: Additional Polynesian and other Artifacts (Memoir No. 22) 1–2
    June, 1943.
  • The Origin of the Oceanic Languages. By P. A. Lanyon-Orgill 25
  • Te Kaoreore. Communicated by George Graham 46
  • The Classification of Greywacke and Nephrite Adzes from Murihiku, N.Z. By H. D. Skinner 65
  • Weapons of Coconut Wood from the Cook Islands. By H. D. Skinner 86
  • Notes and Queries 90
  • The Cooking of Mutton-birds; Quartzite Quarry at Grays hills, Mackenzie country.
    MEMOIR SUPPLEMENT:
  • Fiji Plants, their Names and Uses. By Mrs. H. B. Richenda Parham (Supplementary Errata and Additions) 157–159
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    September, 1943.
  • Outrigger Devices: Distribution and Origin. By James Hornell, F.L.S., F.R.A.I. 91
  • Correction: “The Feather Cloak of Tahiti” (March Journal) 100
  • The Seuao Cave. By J. D. Freeman, Western Samoa 101
  • The Early Arab Thalassocracy. By William Wesley Clemesha, C.I.E., M.D., D.P.H., LT.-COL. I.M.S. (retd.) 110
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 132
  • Correspondence 153
  • Notes and Queries 156
  • Weapons of Pukapuka; The name “Otago Museum”.
    December, 1943.
  • The Classification of Greywacke and Nephrite Adzes from Murihiku, N.Z. By H. D. Skinner 157
  • Waitaki Maori Paintings. By G. B. Stevenson, Oamaru 191
  • Birth and Allied Customs in Aitutaki (Cook Islands). By Drury Low 199
  • Rangitatau Pa. By Henry C. Christie, Wellington 202
  • The Term “Unfinished” as applied to Adzes. By H. S. McCully 204
  • A Multiple-edged Tool. By H. S. McCully 206
  • A Carved Canoe Ornament from the Marquesas. By Ollwyn Turbott, Assistant-Ethnologist, Auckland Museum 210
  • First Records of the Maro in the New Zealand Area 212
  • Index to Volume 52 216