Volume 59 1950 > Index to volume 59, p 377-380
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- 377 INDEX TO VOLUME 59.
  • Acculturation, Maori. Place of Sir A. T. Ngata in, 287.
  • Adkin, G. L., Horowhenua (R.), 204. Supplementary data relating to the ancient Waitaha in Horowhenua, 1. Use of canoe paddle, 83.
  • adzes, Heatherlea site, 4-5.
  • Anudha language, 135-6.
  • Aotearoa Maori, by K. B. Cumberland (R.), 205.
  • Te Arawa canoe, 340.
  • Arosi language compared with Nggela, 164.
  • Barber, H., finder of adzes, 3.
  • Batley, R. A. L., Inland Patea genealogies, 63.
  • Best, Elsdon, reference, 310.
  • Biltcliff, G. S. A., Ngati Raukawa canoe stern post, 368.
  • Bird, H., finder of adze, 5.
  • Bledisloe, Lord, and Waitangi, 314.
  • Borneo, stone weapon from, 169.
  • Buck, Sir Peter enters Parliament, 301.
  • canoe paddle, use, 83.
  • canoes, puzzle of, 335.
  • canoe stern post, 368.
  • carbon, radio-, dating, 80.
  • Carroll, Sir James, 287.
  • chevroned pendant, 21.
  • Corbett, Hon. E. B., tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 327.
  • Coromandel Peninsula pendant, 21.
  • Cumberland, K. B., Aotearoa Maori (R.), 205.
  • dating by radio-carbon, 80.
  • dating by tree rings, 78.
  • disease, hereditary in Loyalty Islands, 259.
  • Douglas, A. E., tree ring dating, 78.
  • Duff, R., Moa Hunter Period of Maori Culture (R.), 85.
  • Duff, R. & Biltcliff, G. S. A., 368.
  • dwellings in Hawaii, 179.
  • Ellice Islands, fishing for flying-fish, 349.
  • family system, Hawaiian, 170.
  • Fleet Maori discussed, 13-14.
  • Florida Island, 135.
  • flying-fish, fishing for, 349.
  • food and its preparation, proverbs, 35.
  • Fox, C. E., Some notes on Nggela grammar, 135-69.
  • Fraser, Rt. Hon. Peter, tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 324.
  • games, dances and feasts, proverbs, 45.
  • genealogies, inland Patea, 63.
  • Gilbert Islands, fishing for flying-fish, 349.
  • Gilbert Islands, riddles, 241.
  • Gooder, E., finder of adze, 10.
  • Grey, Sir Geo., Ko Nga Waiata Maori, 1857. Volume for sale, 275.
  • Grey Collection Exchange Bill, 308.
  • Hadfield's “Among Natives of Loyalty group,” 249.
  • Handy, E. S. C., Hawaiian family system, 170.
  • Harrisson, Tom, Stone weapons from Borneo, 169.
  • Hawaiian family system by E. S. C. Handy, 170.
  • Hawaiian Legends by A. P. Leib (R.), 197.
  • Heatherlea cross-roads site, 3, 4, 5.
  • Herman, Brother, Proverbial Expressions of the Samoans, 35, 112, 207.
  • Heyerdahl, T., The Kon-Tiki Expedition (R.), 198.
  • Hocart, A. M., mss. in Turnbull Library, 269.
  • Holland, Rt. Hon. S. G., tribute on Sir A. T. Ngata, 319.
  • Horowhenua, by G. L. Adkin (R.), 204.
  • Horowhenua, supplementary data, 1-34.
  • households in Hawaii, 177.
  • Hyde, C. H., excavation, 11.
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  • Io cult, by Sir A. T. Ngata, 335.
  • Ivens, Dr., Grammar of Florida, 136.
  • ivory pendant, 273.
  • Kahukare, genealogy, 64.
  • Kaitaha carving, 21.
  • Kam'aninga from the Gilbert Islands, by H. G. A. Hughes, 241.
  • Ka-u, family system of, 187, 232.
  • Kohi cave mural, 19.
  • Kohi Gorge shelter, incised designs, 191.
  • Kongo-Hulup, devil god, 251.
  • Kon-Tiki Expedition, by Heyerdahl (R.), 198.
  • land and sea travel, proverbs, 55.
  • Land Settlement Act, Maori, Ngata's speech, 298.
  • Leib, A. P., Hawaiian Legends (R.), 197.
  • Libby, W. F. and others, Radio carbon dating, 80.
  • Licensing Amendment Bill, Ngata speaks on, 303.
  • lingua franca, Nggela as, 136.
  • Lockerbie, L., Dating the Moa hunter, 78; review of Raeside, J. D., “Some post-glacial climatic changes in Canterbury,” 87; review of Selling, O. H., “On the late quaternary history of the Hawaiian vegetation,” 90.
  • Loyalty Islands, Polynesian Migration, 245.
  • Luomala, K., “Maui-of-a-thousand-tricks” (R.), 93.
  • McEwen, J. M., review of Duff, R., Moa-hunter Period, 85.
  • Mackie, L. S., drawings of carvings, 191.
  • Makorokio adze, 6.
  • Mangaroa pa-site, 3, 8, 9.
  • Maori in World War I, 304.
  • Marumaru, Hon. H., tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 334.
  • Matangi, genealogy, 64.
  • Matara, genealogy, 68.
  • Matiti canoe, 2.
  • Mead, A. D., Use of canoe paddle, 83.
  • Melanesian influences, 15.
  • Melanesian migration, 245.
  • membership list, 96-110.
  • Mendhia, Martin, witch-doctor, 250.
  • metathesis in Melanesian languages, 138-41.
  • migration, early, 335.
  • migration, Polynesian, of Loyalty Islands, 245.
  • missionaries defended, 305.
  • Moa-hunting, dating, 78.
  • morphology in Nggela, 142.
  • Motuhara site, 18.
  • Motu Tapu—unlucky stone, 256.
  • Mouriuri, Best's account, 14.
  • Muaupoko occupation, 3.
  • Murihiku, effect of climate on first settlement of, 80.
  • Nevis Valley, scraper, 18.
  • Ngaruawahia, King Koroki's house, 317.
  • Ngata, Sir A. T., genealogy, 286; in Executive Council, 301; Io cult, 335; Journal regarding birth, 280; Knighted, 310; Minister of Maori Affairs, 311; Notice of death, 111; Principal writings, 347-8; Tribute by legislators, 319; by President, 319; Ngata, Paratene, journal, 280.
  • Ngatimamoe, successors of Waitaha, 8.
  • Ngati-Raukawa canoe stern-post, 368.
  • Nggela grammar, C. E. Fox, 135-69.
  • 'Ohana, disintergration of, 187, 232.
  • Okehu, tribrach from, 18.
  • Otororoa Ridge burials, 9.
  • pa, Waitaha, 7-8.
  • Pacific problems, Ngata on, 307.
  • Paekakariki coast artifacts, 25.
  • Paikea, P. K., tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 333.
  • Paremata Flat site, 12.
  • Parliament, Crusade (by Sir A. T. Ngata), 295-318.
  • Patea, Inland, genealogies, 63.
  • Patteson, Bishop, study of Nggela, 135.
  • pendant, whale ivory, 273.
  • Phillipps, W. J., Carved pumice box, 76; Incised designs, Kohi Gorge shelter, 191; Notes on Maori plaits, 261.
  • Pionnier's investigations, 249.
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  • plaits, Maori, W. J. Phillipps, 261.
  • Pochon, Father of Isle of Pines, 251.
  • Polynesian family system, 232.
  • Pomare, Sir Maui in Parliament, 302.
  • Porirua, Waitaha occupation, 10-11.
  • Poroporo Ridge, adzes found, 5.
  • Powell, Guy, Notes on a Maori whale ivory pendant, 273.
  • Priday, H. E. L., Polynesian migration circa 1765, 245.
  • Prouse, R., homestead, adze, 7.
  • Prussianism, Ngata on, 306.
  • Puhaoterangi, genealogy, 72.
  • Pukui, Mary Kawena, Hawaiian family system, 173.
  • pumice box from Waikato, 76.
  • radio-carbon dating, 80.
  • Raeside, J. D., “Some post-glacial climatic changes in Canterbury” (R.), 87.
  • Rakaihautu, migration, 2.
  • Te Rangihiroa enters Parliament, 301.
  • reduplication in Nggela, 143.
  • riddles from the Gilbert Islands, by H. G. A. Hughes, 241.
  • Te Rito-o-Tau, genealogy, 68.
  • Rolston, R., excavations, 7-8.
  • Rotu, genealogy, 66.
  • Royal, Major Rangi on A. T. Ngata, 289.
  • Roydhouse, G. S., Crusade through Parliament, 295-318.
  • Ruatahuna, a Maori Village (R.), 197.
  • Samoa, Ngata on, 307-8.
  • Samoans, proverbial expressions, 35, 112, 207.
  • Sarawak Museum, Stone weapons from Borneo, 169.
  • Schultz, E., Proverbial expressions of the Samoans, 35, 112, 207.
  • Selling, O. H., “On the Late Quaternary History of the Hawaiian Vegetation” (R.), 90.
  • Skinner, H. D., review of Luomala, K., “Maui-of-a-thousand-tricks,” 93; Tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 277-9.
  • Solomon Islands, language of Nggela, 135.
  • Sorenson, H., owner of adzes, 3.
  • stones, voodoo, 252.
  • Sutherland, I. L. G., on Sir A. T. Ngata, 293.
  • Tainui canoe, 340.
  • Tamatea, genealogy, 64, 66, 72.
  • tangata whenua, 13.
  • Tawiri, genealogy, 70.
  • Tirikatene, Hon. E. T., tribute to Sir A. T. Ngata, 330.
  • Titahi Bay artifacts, 20.
  • tree-ring dating, 78.
  • Turbott, I. G., Fishing for Flying-fish in the Gilbert Islands, 349.
  • Turi, genealogy, 72.
  • Turnbull Library, Hocart papers in, 269.
  • Uruao canoe, 2.
  • Uvea, Loyalty Islands, 245.
  • verbs, causative in Nggela, 160-1.
  • Waiata Maori, by Sir Geo. Grey, 275.
  • Wairau Bar interments, 12.
  • Waitaha, ancient, data relating to, 1-34.
  • Waitangi National Trust Board, Ngata on, 314.
  • Waitotara burial ground, 19, 20.
  • Wallis Island or Uvea, 247.
  • Waverley district artifacts, 19.
  • Waverley, Kohi Gorge shelter, incised designs, 191.
  • Weraroa clearing, adze, 6-7.
  • whale ivory pendant, by G. Powell, 273.
  • Whanga-nui-a-Tara area, 1-34.
  • Wharepurakau, genealogy, 68.
  • Williams family defended, 305.

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