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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 55. 1946.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1946.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 55
    March, 1946.
  • Iconography of Te Kooti Rikirangi. By William Greenwood 1
  • Historical Notes from Tamaki-nui-a-rua (Dannevirke). By J. M. McEwen 15
  • Some Taniwha and Tupua. By George Graham 26
  • Ngati-pariri. By G. S. A. Biltcliff 40
  • Obituary—Frederick Vincent Knapp 81
  • Correspondence 82
    June, 1946.
  • The Impact of Languages and the Coalescence of the Fragments. By A. A. Lind 85
  • An Experiment with Primitive Maori Carving Tools. By J. M. McEwen 111
  • He Tango-raoa: An invocation to remove a choking. By Geo. Graham 116
  • Obituary—G. S. A. Biltcliff 122
  • “Arts and Crafts of the Cook islands.” By Te Rangi Hiroa. Reviewed by Roger S. Duff 124
  • Maori Words Incorporated into the English Language. By Johannes Andersen 141
  • Whakapapa of H. Te Raumoa H. Balneavis 163
  • He Poroporoaki mo Mokoia te Horo i a Hongi-hika 166
  • Reviews 168
  • “The Linguistic Position of South-eastern Papua,” by A. Capell, M.A. (Sydney), Ph. D. (London); “The Native Culture of the Mariana Islands,” by Laura Thompson.
  • Notes and Queries 172
  • The Name Moriori—Personal Notes.
    September, 1946.
  • The Impact of Languages and the Coalescence of the Fragments. By A. A. Lind. Part 3 175
  • William Stewart and the Introduction of Chinese Labour in Tahiti, 1864–74. By Eric Ramsden 187
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    September, 1946.—Continued
  • Two Unique Mangaia Artifacts. By Edwin Gold 215
  • Rock Paintings at Kokoamo, North Otago. By G. B. Stevenson, Oamaru 218
  • Ngai-tahu: Notes relating to, put in order and edited by J. M. McEwen 221
  • Review 236
  • “Vocations for Maori Youth,” by H. McQueen.
  • Treasurer's Report for the Year ended March 31, 1946 239
  • Statement of Accounts 240
    December, 1946.
  • Bowling-discs from New Zealand and other parts of Polynesia. By H. D. Skinner 243
  • Correction of Memoir Numbers 248
  • Mana—Some Christian and Moslem Parallels. By G. Blake Palmer 263
  • Sir Peter Buck, K.C.M.G. 276
  • Obituary—W. H. Skinner; George Shepherd 277
  • A Last Word from the Editor 281
  • List of Members and Exchanges 282