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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 70. 1961
Wellington, N.Z. THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1961
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CONTENTS
    New Zealand's Polynesian Citizens: Some Studies of Population and Migration
  • A NOTE ON POPULATION MOVEMENTS IN THE COOK ISLANDS. By R. Gerard Ward 1
  • THE MIGRATION OF COOK ISLANDERS TO NEW ZEALAND. By Antony Hooper 11
  • SAMOAN MIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND. By Ian Fairbairn 18
  • SOME DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATIONS OF POPULATION MOVEMENT AMONG NEW ZEALAND MAORIS. By Gabrielle M. Maxwell 31
  • MAORIS IN AUCKLAND. A POPULATION STUDY. By Ian Pool 43
    Other Articles
  • POST-SPANISH DISCOVERIES IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC. By H. E. Maude 67
  • MIGRATIONS IMPLIED BY RELATIONSHIPS OF NEW BRITAIN DIALECTS TO CENTRAL PACIFIC LANGUAGES. By Ward H. Goodenough 112
    Correspondence
  • POLYNESIAN CULTURE HISTORY. Letters from Andrew Sharp and Carl A. Schmitz 127
    Books
  • HERTZ, ROBERT: Death and the Right Hand. By J. D. Freeman 130
  • SCHMITZ, CARL A.: Historische Probleme in Nordost-Neuguinea. NUTZ, WALTER: Eine Kulturanalyse von Kei. By Richard F. Salisbury 131
  • ARMSTRONG, ALAN, and NGATA, REUPENA: Maori Action Songs. By John Waititi 135
  • ANELL, BENGT: Hunting and Trapping Methods in Australia and Oceania. By H. D. Skinner 137
  • CHEESMAN, EVELYN: Time Well Spent. By Ellaine Mabbutt 138
  • EMORY, K. P., BONK, W. J. and SINOTO, Y. H.: Fishhooks. By Roger Green 139
  • BOOKS RECEIVED 144

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    Three Urban Studies
  • COOK ISLANDERS IN AUCKLAND. By Antony Hooper 147
  • TOGETHER OR APART. A NOTE ON URBAN MAORI RESIDENTIAL PREFERENCES. By Jane Ritchie 194
  • ABORIGINES IN ADELAIDE. By Judy Inglis 200
    Other Articles
  • POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION TO DISTANT ISLANDS. By Andrew Sharp 219
  • MAORI FLOUR MILLS OF THE AUCKLAND PROVINCE, 1846-1860. By R. P. Hargreaves 227
    Shorter Communications
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONAL ACQUAINTANCE IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF ISLAND DISCOVERIES. By Colin Jack-Hinton 233
  • A SIMPLE MATRIX-INDEX FOR WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHIES, SITE SURVEYS OR SMALL ARTEFACT COLLECTIONS. By Roger Green 239
  • A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. By C. J. Lynch 243
  • THE SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION'S URBANIZATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 247
    Correspondence
  • AN ADEQUATE CULTURE NOMENCLATURE FOR NEW ZEALAND. Letter from G. Leslie Adkin 250
    Books
  • GARDI, RENÉ: Sepik: Land der Sterbenden Geister. GARDI, RENÉ: Tambaran: Begegnung mit untergehenden Kulturen auf Neuguinea. GARDI, RENÉ: Tambaran: An Encounter with Cultures in Decline in New Guinea. BÜHLER, ALFRED: Kunststile am Sepik. By D. C. Laycock 251
  • II, JOHN PAPA: Fragments of Hawaiian History. By R. A. Scobie 253
  • REISENBERG, SAUL H., and KANESHIRO, SHIGERU: A Caroline Islands Script. By Bruce Biggs 254
  • BOOKS RECEIVED 255
    Other Notices
  • History and Traditions of Tikopia 255
  • Back Numbers of the Journal 256
  • Comparative Studies in Society and History 256

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    Social Change in Fiji and New Guinea
  • INTERNAL MIGRATION IN FIJI. By R. Gerard Ward 257
  • ROTUMA AS A HINTERLAND COMMUNITY. By Alan Howard 272
  • NATIVE EMPLOYMENT WITHIN THE NEW GUINEA HIGHLANDS. By H. C. Brookfield 300
  • DOBUANS ABROAD. LETTERS FROM THE DOBUAN ISLANDS. By R. F. Fortune 314
    Other Articles
  • MARIANAS ARCHAEOLOGY: REPORT ON AN EXCAVATION ON TINIAN. By Marcian Pellett, O.F.M., Cap., and Alexander Spoehr 321
  • THE GREAT SAMOAN AWAKENING OF 1839. By Alan Gavan Daws 326
  • THE ADAPTATION OF KUMARA BY THE NEW ZEALAND MAORI. By D. E. Yen 338
    Shorter Communications
  • INTERPRETING EASTERN POLYNESIAN PREHISTORY. By Andrew Sharp 349
  • TWO HEI TIKI-MATAU AMULETS. By T. T. Barrow 353
  • WESTERN SAMOA'S PLEBISCITE ON INDEPENDENCE. By C. G. R. McKay 354
  • ANZAAS AT BRISBANE, 1961. By Ralph Bulmer 357
  • MAORI AFFAIRS AND THE HUNN REPORT. By Bruce Biggs 361
  • THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND. By K. J. Hollyman 364
    Review Article
  • STABILITY AND CHANGE IN A POLYNESIAN CULTURE. (FIRTH, RAYMOND: We, The Tikopia, 2nd edition; FIRTH, RAYMOND: Social Change in Tikopia.) By Ralph Piddington 365
    Reviews
  • SHARP, ANDREW: The Discovery of the Pacific Islands. By J. C. Beaglehole 377
  • HOLLYMAN, K. J.: A Checklist of Oceanic Languages. By George Grace 378
  • GRACE, JOHN TE H.: Tuwharetoa. The History of the Maori People of the Taupo District. By M. Te Hau 379
  • MAHER, ROBERT F.: New Men of Papua. A Study in Culture Change. By Lucy Mair 381
  • BURRIDGE, K. O. L.: Mambu, a Melanesian Millenium. By Judy Inglis 381
  • NGATA, A. T.: Nga Moteatea (Part I). By Roger Oppenheim 384
  • KOSKINEN, AARNE A.: Ariki the First-Born. By Katharine Luomala 386
  • LARSSON, KARL-ERIK: Fijian Studies. By T. Barrow 388
  • BOOKS RECEIVED 390

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    Obituary
  • FELIX MAXWELL KEESING. By George D. Spindler 391
    Polynesian Populations: Three Papers from the Tenth Pacific Science Congress
  • POPULATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE: THE PROSPECT FOR POLYNESIA. By Norma McArthur 393
  • POPULATION EXPANSION IN WESTERN SAMOA. By Kathleen M. Jupp 401
  • SOME ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF MAORI POPULATION GROWTH IN NEW ZEALAND. By W. D. Borrie 410
    Other Articles
  • COSMOGONIC GENEALOGIES OF HAWAII. By Dorothy B. Barrère 419
  • A MISSIONARY LIBRARY. PRINTED ATTEMPTS TO INSTRUCT THE MAORI, 1815-1845. By C. J. Parr 429
  • THE RELATIONSHIP OF LENGTH, WIDTH, AND THICKNESS IN CENTRAL POLYNESIAN ADZES. By R. C. Green and D. W. Purcell 451
    Shorter Communications
  • SOME ASPECTS OF NEW ZEALAND FIELD ARCHAEOLOGY. By J. B. Palmer 466
  • AN HISTORIC HERU IWI FROM NORTH AUCKLAND. By T. Barrow 470
  • A SMALL TARANAKI LINTEL. By John Houston 471
  • TUPIA'S VOYAGES. By J. Peter White 471
  • METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS FOR “ACCIDENTAL VOYAGERS.” By Robert C. Suggs 474
    Pacific Commentary
  • THE TENTH PACIFIC SCIENCE CONGRESS:
  • 1. Archaeology. By R. C. Green 477
  • 2. Linguistics. By Bruce Biggs 481
  • 3. Social Anthropology. By Murray Groves 482
  • NEW GUINEA—FAST OR SLOW:
  • 1. Some Peoples of Papua. By A. M. Healy 485
  • 2. The Tolai of the Gazelle Peninsula. By A. L. Epstein 492
    Correspondence
  • CARTERET'S COURSE IN SOLOMONS WATERS. By Andrew Sharp 497
    Review Article
  • POLYNESIAN CULTURE HISTORY. [Robert C. Suggs, Ancient Civilizations of Polynesia.] By Jack Golson 498
    Book Reviews
  • ROZIER, CLAUDE (ed.): Écrits du Père Chanel, missionnaire mariste à Futuna, 1803-1841. By A. Capell 509
  • SMITH, NORMAN: Maori Land Law. By J. F. Northey 510
  • MORRELL, W. P.: Britain in the Pacific Islands. By O. W. Parnaby 512
  • ROSE, R. J.: Maori-European Standards of Health. By Richard A. Scobie 513
  • BÜHLER, Alfred, BARROW, Terry, and MOUNTFORD, Charles P.: Ozeanien und Australien: Die Kunst der Südsee. By D. C. Laycock 515
  • VAYDA, A. P.: Maori Warfare. By Paul Bohannan 517
  • BOOKS RECEIVED 518

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