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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
VOLUME 94 1985
AUCKLAND THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, (INCORPORATED
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    No. 1 — MARCH 1985 Edited by Ross Clark and Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 3
  • Main Articles:
  • ALBERT J. SCHÜTZ
  • Accent and Accent Units in Māori: The Evidence from English Borrowings 5
  • LAMONT LINDSTROM
  • Personal Names and Social Reproduction on Tanna, Vanuatu 27
  • Shorter Communications
  • DEBORAH WAITE
  • Canoe Stern Carvings from the Solomon Islands 47
  • ROSALIND L. HUNTER-ANDERSON and YIGAL ZAN
  • “Where's the Fish?” Or, What Limited Size of Aboriginal Populations 61
  • SAMUEL L. ELBERT
  • Eighty Years Later: Dordillon's 1904-1932 Marquesan Dictionaries 67
  • Reviews 77
  • Publications Received 89
    No. 2 — JUNE 1985 Edited by Ross Clark and Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 93
  • Main Articles
  • JENIFER CURNOW
  • Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke: His Life and Work 97
  • AGATHE THORNTON
  • Two Features of Oral Style in Maori Narrative 149
  • Comment 177
  • Reviews 179
  • Publications Received 197
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    No. 3 — SEPTEMBER 1985 Edited by Ross Clark and Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 201
  • Main Articles:
  • YVONNE MARSHALL
  • Who Made the Lapita Pots? A Cases Study in Gender Archaeology 205
  • PAUL L. CLEGHORN, TOM DYE, MARSHALL WEISLER and JOHN SINTON
  • A Preliminary Petrographic Study of Hawaiian Stone Adze Quarries 235
  • PETER MATTHEWS
  • Nga Taro o Aotearoa 253
  • Correspondence 273
  • Review Article
  • LOÏC J. D. WACQUANT
  • Coping with Development in Colonial New Caledonia 279
  • Reviews 287
  • Publications Received 297
    No. 4 — DECEMBER 1985 Edited by Judith Huntsman and Ross Clark
  • Notes and News 301
  • Main Articles
  • CAROLINE RALSTON
  • Early Nineteenth Century Polynesian Millennial Cults and the Case of Hawai'i 307
  • CHRISTIAN CLERK
  • Life-stages in Ethnozoology: A Polynesian Example 333
  • JACQUES B. M. GUY
  • On a Fragment of the “Tahua” Tablet 367
  • MICHAEL PIETRUSEWSKY
  • The Earliest Lapita Skeleton from the Pacific 389
  • Shorter Communications
  • DOUGLAS W. OWSLEY, ANN MARIE MIRES and GEORGE W. GILL
  • Carious Lesions in Permanent Dentitions of Protohistoric Easter Islanders 415
  • Correspondence 423
  • Review Article
  • RALPH BULMER
  • Trees, Grerbs, Wugs, Snurms and Quammals: The New Universal Natural History of Cecil H. Brown 431
  • Reviews 439
  • Publications 465
  • Minutes of the 1985 A.G. M 467

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