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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
VOLUME 111 2002
AUCKLAND THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, (INCORPORATED)
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 111
    No. 1—MARCH 2002 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 7
  • Articles
  • SIMON H. BICKLER and MARIANNE TURNER. Food to Stone: Investigations at the Suloga Adze Manufacturing Sites, Woodlark Island, Papua New Guinea 11
  • Shorter Communications
  • ANGELA MIDDLETON. Le Jeune's “Inhabitants of New Zealand, With a View of Their Fortified stronghold or Hippah. 10 April 1824”: A Correct Identification Of this “Hippah” 45
  • PAUL MOON and SABINE FENTON. Bound Into a Fateful Union: Henry Williams' Translation of the Treaty of Waitangi into Māori in February 1840 51
  • JO ANNE VAN TILBURG. O.G.S. Crawford and the Mana Expedition to Easter Island (Raga Nui), 1913-1915 65
  • Reviews 79
  • Publications Received 95
  • Correspondence 97
    No. 2—JUNE 2002 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 105
  • Articles
  • M.F. DEGA and P.V. KIRCH. A Modified Culture History of Anahulu Valley, O'ahu, Hawai'i and its Significance for Hawaiian Prehistory 107
  • BRUNO SAURA. Continuity of Bodies: The Infant's Placenta and the Island's Navel in Eastern Polynesia 127
  • MATTHEW CAMPBELL. Ritual Landscape in Late Pre-Contact Rarotonga: A Brief Reading 147
  • Special Review
  • SIMON BEST and PAUL GERAGHTY. Review: Kirch, Patrick Vinton and Roger C. Green: Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia: An Essay in Historical Anthropology 171
  • Reviews 177
  • Publications Received 197
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    No. 3—SEPTEMBER 2002 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 205
  • Articles
  • DAVID PENNY, ROSALIND MURRAY-McINTOSH and G.L. (ABBY) HARRISON. Estimating the Number of Females in a Founding Population of New Zealand: Analysis of mtDNA Variation 207
  • KERRY JAMES. The Cost of Custom: A Recent Funeral in Tonga 223
  • Shorter Communications
  • ROBERT L. BLOCK. Māori Names for Crickets 239
  • MOIRA WHITE. The Spanish Sherds from San Cristobal. 249
  • JOHN LAURIE. Translating the Treaty of Waitangi 255
  • Reviews 259
  • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 297
  • Publications Received 299
    No. 4—DECEMBER 2002 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 309
  • Articles
  • JOAN METGE. Returning the Gift—Utu in Intergroup Relations 311
  • MIKE T. CARSON. Tī Ovens in Polynesia: Ethnological and Archaeological Perspectives 339
  • Shorter Communication
  • VINCENT H. STEFAN, SARA L. COLLINS and MARSHALL I. WEISLER. Henderson Island Crania and their Implication for Southeastern Polynesian Prehistory 371
  • Reviews 385
  • Publications Received 409
  • Correspondence 413

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