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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 67. 1958
Wellington THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED)

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 67
    No. 1—March, 1958
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  • The Children of Kaitu. The legend of the first Polynesian adventurers to settle on the Islands of Rennell and Bellona. By R. G. Roberts 3
  • Folktales, Social Structure, and Environment in Two Polynesian Outliers. By J. L. Fischer 11
  • Maori Genealogies and Canoe Traditions. By Andrew Sharp 37
  • The Significance of New Zealand Tribal Traditions. By J. B. W. Roberton 39
  • Personal Maori Names Collected by Richard Taylor. By A. D. Mead 58
  • Recent Finds from Washington and Fanning Islands. By Ben. R. Finney 70
  • Notes and Queries 73
  • Notice of Meeting: Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science 77
  • Correction 77
  • Book Reviews 78
  • Notes on Contributors 92
    No. 2—June, 1958
  • Comment 95
  • Henry Devenish Skinner—An Appreciation. By G. Blake-Palmer 97
  • In Search of a Home. By H. E. Maude 104
  • The Rakau Maori Studies. By Ernest Beaglehole and James Ritchie 132
  • Some Potsherds from New Guinea. By Wilhelm G. Solheim II 155
  • Blackstone. By I. W. Keyes 158
  • Maori Genealogies. By Pei Te Hurinui 162
  • A Taranaki Epa. By John Houston 166
  • Palmerston North Polynesian Group: Annual Meeting, 1958 167
  • Correspondence 169
  • Book Reviews 172
  • Notes and Queries 175
  • Notes on Contributors 177
    No. 3—September, 1958
  • Frontispiece 180
  • Ranginui, Captive Chief of Doubtless Bay. By R. R. D. Milligan 181
  • A Printing Press for the Maori People. By W. J. Cameron 204
  • Attitudes to the Maori in Some Pakeha Fiction. By W. H. Pearson 211
  • Blood Groups in Maoris. By J. M. Staveley and R. Douglas 239
  • Some Recent Publications Relating to Easter Island Culture and its Probable History. By H. D. Skinner 248
  • Female Stone Figures on Easter Island. By T. S. Barthel 252
  • The Pukapukans on Nassau Island. By A. P. Vayda 256
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  • The Social Organisation of an Urban Village in Samoa. By Susan Hirsh 266
  • New and Forthcoming Publications 304
  • Book Reviews 306
  • Notes on Contributors 317
    No. 4—December, 1958
  • Frontispiece 320
  • David Teviotdale. By H. D. Skinner 321
  • A Voyage by Polynesian Exiles. By A. P. Vayda 324
  • Hakikino Hill Pa. By K. R. Cairns 330
  • The Mediator. By E. G. Schwimmer 335
  • The Rahotu Prow. By John Houston 351
  • The Rakau Maori Studies. By Joan Metge and Dugal Campbell 352
  • Tattoo in Transition. By J. B. Palmer 387
  • Te Atu Tuvalu. By R. G. Roberts 394
  • Correspondence 424
  • Book Reviews 427
  • Some New Contributors 431