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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
A quarterly study of the peoples of the Pacific area
VOLUME. 80. 1971
Wellington THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED)

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 80
    No. 1—MARCH 1971 Edited by Mervyn McLean and Antony Hooper
  • Notes and News 3
  • Articles:
  • Lapita Style Pottery from Malo Island. By John D. Hedrick 5
  • Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors in Maori Acedemic Attainment. By R. K. Harker 20
  • Greenstone: The Prehistoric Exploitation of Bowenite from Anita Bay, Milford Sound. By P. J. F. Coutts 42
  • Pacific Island Economies. By I. J. Fairbairn 74
  • Review Article:
  • Glasse, Robert M., Huli of Papua: A Cognatic Descent System. By Graham Jackson 119
  • Reviews 133
  • Publications Received 147
    No. 2—JUNE, 1971 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 151
  • Articles:
  • Mekeo Chieftainship. By Epeli Hau'ofa 152
  • Archaeological Studies at Martin's Bay. By P. J. F. Coutts 171
  • Disease, Demography, and the Evolution of Social Structure in Highland New Guinea. By H. E. Nelson 204
  • The Poi of the Meeting. By Saul H. Riesenberg & Samuel H. Elbert 217
    Shorter Communications:
  • Halawa Dune Site (Hawaiian Islands): By Patrick Vinton Kirch 228
  • New Estimates of the Pre-Censal Population of Hawaii. By Robert C. Schmitt 237
  • Temper Sands in Lapita Style Potsheds in Malo. By William R. Dickinson 244
  • Review Article:
  • Pätzold, Klaus, Die Palau-Sprache. By Isidore Dyen 247
  • Reviews 259
  • Publications Received 271
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    No. 3—SEPTEMBER, 1971 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 275
  • Articles:
  • Tonga, Lapita Pottery, and Polynesian Origins. By L. M. Groube 278
  • Concepts of Kinship and Categories of Kinsmen in the Tokelau Islands. By Judith W. Huntsman 317
  • Anuta's Position in the Subgrouping of Polynesia's Languages. By R. C. Green 355
  • Shorter Communications
  • Wet-field Taro Terraces on Mangaia, Cook Islands. By Bryant Allen 371
  • Fossil Sweet Potato Remains from Hawaii. By Paul Rosendahl and D. E. Yen 379
  • Correspondence 386
  • Reviews 387
  • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting, 1970 389
  • Publications Received 398
    No. 4—DECEMBER, 1971 Edited by Mervyn McLean
  • Notes and News 403
  • Articles:
  • Fijian Dialect Divisions: Eastern and Western Fijian. By Andrew Pawley and Timoci Sayaba 405
  • A return visit between Puluwat and Saipan Using Micronesian Navigational Techniques. By David Lewis 437
  • Wiru and Daribi Matrilateral Payments. By Andrew Strathern 449
  • Some Aitu Beliefs of Modern Samoans. By Richard A. Goodman 463
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Dependency as a Determinant of Kinship Terminology. By Asesela Ravuvu 480
  • An Analysis of Form and Decoration in Polynesian Adze hafts. By Sidney M. Mead 485
  • Radiocarbon Dates from Easter Island. By William S. Ayres 497
  • Review Article:
  • Watters, R. F., Koro: Economic Development and Social Change in Fiji. By Ron Crocombe 505
  • Reviews 521
  • Publications Received 530