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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
A quarterly study of the native peoples of the pacific area
VOLUME. 75. 1966
Wellington THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1966
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 75
    No. 1—MARCH, 1966
  • Frontispiece: The Hawai'ian Chief Boki and his wife Liliha.
  • Notes and News 3
    ARTICLES
  • Linguistic Subgrouping within Polynesia: The Implications for Pre-historic Settlement. By Roger Green 6
  • Polynesian Languages: A Subgrouping Based on Shared Innovations in Morphology. By Andrew Pawley 39
  • The High Chief Boki: A Biographical Study in Early Nineteenth Century Hawaiian History. By Gavan Daws 65
  • Stars of the Sea Road. By David Lewis 85
  • Isolate Patterns in the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea. By R. A. Littlewood 95
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • The Cult of Nakahi. By W. J. Phillipps 107
  • Note on the Tapa Covering Found with a Box of Huia Feathers on the Talla Burn, Central Otago. By Jennifer A. Rowley 108
  • Obituary: Ernest Beaglehole, 1906-1965. By J. E. Ritchie 109
  • Reviews 120
  • Publications Received 135
    No. 2—JUNE, 1966
  • Notes and News 139
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    ARTICLES
  • Kinship Organisation and Behaviour in a Contemporary Tongan Village. By Machiko Aoyagi 141
  • The Sources of Sir George Grey's Nga Mahi a nga Tupuna. By D. S. Simmons 177
  • The Early Tradition of the Whakatane District. By J. B. W. Roberton 189
  • Maori Land Tenure and Land Use: A Planner's Point of View. By G. Rosenberg 210
    PACIFIC COMMENTARY
  • Three Australian Conferences in 1965. By A. Capell, L. M. Groube and Ralph Piddington 223
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • Fragments of “Stone” Tapa-Beaters from Vava'u, Tonga. By H. D. Skinner 229
  • David Lewis's Experimental Voyage. By Andrew Sharp 231
  • Reviews 234
  • Publications Received 259
    No. 3—SEPTEMBER, 1966
  • Notes and News 265
    ARTICLES
  • Towards a Configurational Approach to Society and Culture in New Guinea. By Jan Pouwer 267
  • A Tentative Prehistoric Cultural Sequence in the Northern Marquesas Islands. By Yosihiko H. Sinoto 287
  • Ma'ohi Drinking Patterns in the Society Islands. By Robert I. Levy 304
  • Papahurihia: Some Thoughts on Interpretation. By Judith Binney 321
  • Umu-ti. By Hardwicke Knight 332
  • Seven Pileni Tales. By Samuel H. Elbert and Bacil F. Kirtley 348
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  • Lapita Style Potsherds from Fiji. By Bruce Palmer 373
  • Mortars and Pestles in New Britain. By J. Specht 378
  • Reviews 383
  • Publications Received 395
    No. 4—DECEMBER, 1966
  • Obituary: H.M. Queen Salote of Tonga. By Dorothy F. Crozier 401
    ARTICLES
  • Paterangi and Oruarangi Swamp Pas. By F. W. Shawcross and J. E. Terrell 404
  • Cultivated Pandanus in Kapingamarangi Atoll. By Benjamin C. Stone 430
  • Narak: Language or Dialect? By Edwin A. Cook 437
  • The Teachings of Te Whito O Rongomai, 1831-1907. By Bernard Gadd 445
  • The Phonemic Structure of Bi-Vocalic Morphemic Forms in Oceanic Languages. By Viktor Krupa 458
    SHORTER COMMUNICATIONS
  • Prehistory at the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress, Tokyo, 1966. By R. C. Green 498
  • A Maori Ritual Site. By Garry Law 502
  • Pig Bone from two Archaeological Sites in the New Guinea Highlands. By Susan Bulmer 504
  • Reviews 506