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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
A quarterly study of the native peoples of the pacific area
VOLUME. 74. 1965
Wellington THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1965
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 74
    No. 1—MARCH, 1965
  • Frontispiece: A Remarkable Stone Figure from the New Guinea Highlands
    ARTICLES
  • The Relevance of Ancestry as a Factor in Social and Cultural Choice. By John Harré 3
  • The Abolition of the Taboo System in Hawaii. By M. C. Webb 21
  • Archaeological Excavations in New Guinea: An Interim Report. By J. Peter White 40
  • Garbled Population Estimates of Central Polynesia. By Robert C. Schmitt 57
  • Radiocarbon Dates for Western Samoa. By R. C. Green and J. M. Davidson 63
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • The Maori King Movement: A Reply to B. J. Dalton. By M. P. K. Sorrenson 70
  • David Lewis on Polynesian Navigation. By Andrew Sharp 75
  • A Carved Stone Face from the Sepik. By D. J. Mulvaney 76
  • An Unusual Bush Find. By Hans G. Pos 77
  • A Remarkable Stone Figure from the New Guinea Highlands. 78
    COMMENTARY
  • The Rise of the Cook Islands Party. By David Stone 80
  • Self Determination in the Cook Islands. By J. F. Northey 112
  • The Economic Implications of Self Government for the Cook Islands. By John Kolff 119
  • Correspondence 125
  • Notices 125
  • Reviews 126
  • Publications Received 142
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    No. 2—JUNE, 1965
  • Frontispiece: Standing Figure of a God, Mangareva
  • Notes and News 147
    ARTICLES
  • The Cognitive Aspect of Cultural Change. By Erik Schwimmer 149
  • Axe Types and Quarries: A Note on the Classification of Stone Axe Blades from the Hagen area, New Guinea. By Marilyn Strathern 182
  • An Outline of the Structure of the Language of Nukuoro. By Vern Carroll 192
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • Kupapas. By R. I. M. Burnett 227
  • Flake Knife in Early New Zealand Culture. By Hardwicke Knight 231
  • Beliefs Concerning the Propagation of New Varieties of Sweet Potato in two New Guinea Highlands Societies. By Ralph Bulmer 237
  • Correspondence 240
  • Notices 240
  • Reviews 241
  • Publications Received 257
    No. 3—SEPTEMBER, 1965
  • Frontispiece: Doura Youth
  • Notes and News 261
    ARTICLES
  • Polynesian Peasants and Proletarians. By Ben R. Finney 269
  • L'Humide et le sec. By Jacques Barrau 329
  • The Barbed Fish-hook: Its Place in the Murihuku Cultural Sequence. By Michael M. Trotter 347
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • Unmarried Parenthood in French Polynesia. By Robert C. Schmitt 356
    COMMENTARY
  • Self-Determination in the Cook Islands: A Reply. By David Stone 360
  • Reviews 375
  • Publications Received 389
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    No. 4—DECEMBER, 1965
  • Frontispiece: Detail from the Hotunui Meeting House in the Auckland Institute and Museum.
  • Notes and News 393
    ARTICLES
  • The Coconut Oil Trade of the Gilbert Islands. By H. E. Maude and Ida Leeson 396
  • The Significance of a Recent Ecological Change in the Central Highlands of New Guinea. By James B. Watson 438
  • An Outline of the Structure of the Language of Nukuoro—Part 2. By Vern Carroll 451
  • Papahurihia, First Maori Prophet. By Ormond Wilson 473
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • Two Similar Implements from Waimate. By G. S. Collett 484
  • The Tomoyè, A Japanese Symbol. By W. J. Phillipps 486
  • A Large Composite Hook from Southland. By Gordon White 488
  • Maori Taiaha. By C. S. Curtis 489
    COMMENTARY
  • The Development of Agricultural Enterprise in Fiji. By R. F. Watters 490
  • Constitutional Change in Fiji. By J. S. Whitelaw 503
  • Reviews 512
  • Publications Received 527
  • Back Numbers of the Journal available 528