Volume 63 1954 > Index to volume LXIII, p 303-306
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- 303 INDEX TO VOLUME 63 (1954)
  • Abraham, A. C. T., Some Bay of Islands Maori place-names, 243-6.
  • Adze, Seabrook, D. S. Marshall, 251-2.
  • Angkor Thom, collapse of, 37.
  • Anuta and Tikopia, R. Firth, 87-132.
  • Anuta “history,” 121.
  • Austral Islands tiputa, D. S. Marshall, 165-6.
  • Baird, J. Henry, The Guam Museum, 253-4.
  • Bay of Island Maori place-names, A. C. T. Abraham, 243-6.
  • Beyer, H. Otley, Anthropology at the Manila Congresses, 1953, 247-50.
  • blood-group distribution of Polynesians, etc., 73.
  • Bollons' Collection, patu in, 45.
  • Book Notices and Reviews, 55, 171, 274.
  • Cammann, Schuyler, Notes on ivory in Hawaii, 133-40.
  • Capell, A., On the Indonesian element in Melanesian by G. Powell, 263.
  • Carreyett, R. A., Some physical characteristics of the Polynesians and their possible relationship to other racial types, 69-74.
  • carvings, East Coast, notes on two, W. J. Phillipps, 255-7.
  • Cherry Island (Anuta), 87-132.
  • Comparative philology and Polynesian studies, A. S. C. Ross, 59-68.
  • Cook, Capt., refers to pendant hooks, 134.
  • corrections to Journal numbers, 227.
  • Correspondence, 263.
  • cranial measurements of Polynesians, etc., 71.
  • cup, Maori drinking, as used in Otago, 167-70.
  • Danielsson, Bengt, contributions to Marquesan archaeology, 75-6.
  • death ceremony—Anuta, 100.
  • delinquency, Maori, 13.
  • diet of the Gilbertese in the Phoenix Islands, 77-85.
  • Dioscorea pentaphylla, 27-34.
  • Dominion Museum, patu in, W. J. Phillipps, 43-54.
  • drinking cup, Maori, as used in Otago, W. J. Phillipps, 167-70.
  • Duff, Roger, Ethnographic excursion to Luzon, 234-42.
  • Elkin, A. P., Social Anthropology in Melanesia (R.), 275.
  • Fiji spirit houses, correction, 227.
  • Firth, Raymond, Anuta and Tikopia. Symbiotic elements in social organization, 87-132.
  • fisheries in Tonga, survey, Hon. Vaea, 199-215.
  • Gilbertese, Portulaca in diet of, I. G. Turbott, 77-85.
  • Gilbert Islands, magical performances in, R. G. Roberts, 17-26.
  • Guam Museum, J. Henry Baird, 253-4.
  • Hamilton, A., patu from, 44.
  • Hapaa Valley, Nukuhiva, 76.
  • Harding, J. R., South African commission for the preservation of natural and historical monuments, relics and antiques, 228-33.
  • Hawaii, notes on ivory in, Schuyler Cammann, 133-40.
  • Ihle, A. M., Rewiti T. Kopere, 258.
  • Indonesian element in Melanesian. Correspondence by A. Capell, 263-6, by Stefan Wurm, 266-73.
  • ivory in Hawaii, Schuyler Cammann, 133-40.
  • Kannada, Linguistics affinities between Maori and, V. Lakshmi Pathy, 35.
  • Keesing, F. M., Social anthropology in Polynesia (R.), 274.
  • King, Capt., refers to ivory, 134.
  • Kinsey, Sir Joseph, patu from, 43.
  • kinship terminology, Anuta, 99.
  • Kohere, Rewiti Tuhurouta, A. M. Ihle, 258.
  • Kulture und Sprach (R.), 277-9.
  • Language affinities between Maori and Kannada, 35.
  • language, comparative philology and Polynesian studies, 61.
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  • Lockerbie, L., Stratification in Otago archaeological sites, 141-6.
  • Luzon, Ethnographic excursion to the mountain province of, Roger Duff, 234-42.
  • Magical performances in the Gilbert Islands, R. G. Roberts, 17-26.
  • Makutu, Tohungaism and, G. B. Palmer, 147-64.
  • Manila Congresses, Anthropology, H. O. Beyer, 247-50.
  • Manra Island methods of preparation of portulaca, 83.
  • Maori affairs and the N.Z. Press, 1-16, 216-27.
  • Maoris as footballers, 2.
  • Maori language and Kannada, 35.
  • Maori, present day, some beliefs and practices of, G. B. Palmer, 147-64.
  • Marshall, Donald S., An authentic Austral Islands Tiputa, 165-6.
  • Marshall, D. S., The Seabrook Adze, 251-2.
  • Marquesan archaeology, Bengt Danielsson, 75-6.
  • medical treatment and tohungaism, 151.
  • Membership list, 282.
  • Micronesians. Magic performances in the Gilberts, 17-25.
  • mind over matter. Magical performances in the Gilbert Islands, R. G. Roberts, 17-26.
  • necklace pendant hook (ivory), 133.
  • octopus baiting, 208.
  • Orona Island methods of preparation of portulaca, 83.
  • Otago archaeological sites, stratification in, L. Lockerbie, 141-6.
  • Palau Islands, visit by Douglas Osborne (note), 174.
  • Palmer, G. Blake, Tohungaism and Makutu, 147-64.
  • Palmerston North Polynesian Discussion Group, transactions, 260.
  • Pathy, V. Lakshmi, Are there linguistic affinities between Maori and Kannada? 35-42.
  • patu in the Dominion Museum, W. J. Phillipps, 43-54.
  • Philippine Islands, Luzon, ethnographic excursion to, Roger Duff, 234-42.
  • Phillipps, W. J., A Maori drinking cup as used in Otago, 167-70; European influences on tapu and the tangi, 175-98; Notes on patu in the Dominion Museum, 43-54; Two East Coast carvings, 255-7.
  • Philology, comparative, and Polynesian studies, A. S. C. Ross, 59-68.
  • Phoenix Islands, Gilbertese of the; Portulaca in diet of, I. G. Turbott, 77-85.
  • Piia, name of the cultivar, 31.
  • place-names, Maori, some Bay of Islands, A. C. T. Abraham, 243-6.
  • Polynesian Society and Indian language study, 39.
  • Polynesians, some physical characteristics of the, R. A. Carreyett, 69-74.
  • Portulaca in the diet of Gilbertese in the Phoenix Islands, I. G. Turbott, 77-85.
  • Powell, Guy, Indonesian element in Melanesian, correspondence on, 263-73.
  • Press, N.Z. Maori affairs and, 1-16, 216-27.
  • processing of fish, 214.
  • Reviews, 55, 171, 274.
  • Roberts, R. G., Mind over matter, magical performances in the Gilbert Islands, 17-26.
  • Rolston, R., Pendants (note), 279.
  • Ross, Alan S. C., Comparative Philology and Polynesian studies, 59-68.
  • Seabrook adze, D. S. Marshall, 251-2.
  • Social organization, symbiotic elements in, Anuta and Tikopia, 87-132.
  • Social security, Maoris and, 3.
  • South African Commission for preservation of natural and historical monuments, relics and antiques, 228-33.
  • St. John, Harold, The Hawaiian variety of Dioscorea pentaphylla, an edible yam, 27-34.
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  • tangi, European influences on tapu and, W. J. Phillipps, 175-98.
  • tapu and the tangi, European influences on, W. J. Phillipps, 175-98.
  • Tiputa, an authentic Austral Islands, D. S. Marshall, 165-6.
  • Thompson, R. H. T., Maori Affairs and the N.Z. Press, 1-16, 216-27.
  • Tikopia, Anuta and, R. Firth, 87-132.
  • Tohungaism and Makutu, G. B. Palmer, 147-64.
  • Tonga, fisheries survey in, by Hon. Vaea, 199-215.
  • Turbott, I. S., Portulaca—a speciality in the diet of Gilbertese in the Phoenix Islands, 77-85.
  • Turnbull, A. H., patu from, 43.
  • Vaea, Hon., Preliminary report on a fisheries survey in Tonga, 199-215.
  • yam, edible, the Hawaiian variety of Dioscorea Pentaphylla, Harold St. John, 27-34.
  • walrus ivory, 136.
  • whaling in Tonga, 209.
  • Wurm, Stefan, Indonesian element in Melanesian, correspondence, 266-73.

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