Volume 67 1958 > Index to Vol LXVII, p 433-436
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- 433 INDEX, VOL. 67, 1958
  • acculturation gradient, at Rakau, 150; a criticism, 358-9.
  • achievement and non-achievement in Maori personality, 367-9.
  • Adams, John, statement to Moerenhout, 107; information to Capt. Pipon, 125.
  • adze, from Washington Island, 70-2.
  • age-ranking, in Samoan urban village, 280.
  • Ambrose, W., Australian Aboriginal Rock Art, review, 429.
  • archaeology, significance of metamorphosed argillite, 161.
  • argillites, alteration by contact metamorphism, 158; use by Maoris, 160; pre-European quarry sites, 160.
  • artefacts, illustrations by L'Horme, 194-5.
  • Awaar isles, pottery fragment, 155-6.
  • Barthel, Thomas S., Female Stone Figures on Easter Island, 252.
  • basic personality, to explain psychological screening, 134; assessment of hypotheses, Table II, 144; and social personality, 354; and social structure, 355-6; and Maori culture, 357-60.
  • Beaglehole, Ernest, and Ritchie, James E., The Rakau Maori Studies, 132.
  • Bellingshausen, at Ono-i-Lau, 126.
  • Biggs, Bruce, Fijian Grammar, review, 80.
  • blackstone, 158-61.
  • Blake-Palmer, G., Henry Devenish Skinner—an Appreciation, 97.
  • blood groups in Maoris, 239-47.
  • Book Notice: Asian Perspectives, 174.
  • Book Reviews: Love in the South Seas, Danielsson, Bengt, 78-80; Fijian Grammar, Milner, G. B., 80-3; The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture, Duff, Dr. Roger, 83-7; Social Change in the South Pacific: Rarotonga and Aitutaki, Beaglehole, Ernest, 87-91; Work and Life on Raroia, Danielsson, Bengt, 172-3; Bibliography of Oceania Linguistics, Klieneberger, H. R., 173-4; Nine Dyak Nights, Geddes, W. R., 306-11; Iban Agriculture: a Report on the Shifting Cultivation of Hill Rice by the Iban of Sarawak, Freeman, J. D., 311-3; The Papuas of Waropen, Held, G. J., 313-6; Anthropology in Administration, Barnett, H. G., 427-9; Australian Aboriginal Rock Art, McCarthy, Frederick D., 429-30.
  • Bounty, the, from the mutiny to the settlement on Pitcairn Island, 104-29.
  • Bulmer, Ralph, The Papuas of Waropen, review, 313.
  • Cairns, K. R., Hakikino Hill Pa, 330.
  • Cameron, W. J., A Printing Press for the Maori People, 204.
  • Campbell, Dugal, The Rakau Maori Studies: A Psychologist's View, 371.
  • Christian, Fletcher, takes charge of the Bounty, 106.
  • comment, 95.
  • correction, 77.
  • correspondence: editorial comment, June, 1957 issue, 169; Maori double vowel, 169-70; Migrations of Culture in South East Asia and Indonesia, some corrections, 170-1; Fijian Grammar, a reply to review, 424-6.
  • cotton, on Easter Island, 248.
  • Craik, denunciation of Surville, 200.
  • cults, Maori adjustment, 213; Ratana movement, 335.
  • Davis, C. O. B., and the Maori press, 204-10.
  • Domett, Alfred, ambivalent attitude to Maoris, 213-4.
  • Doubtless Bay, summary of events leading to the capture of Ranginui, 187-8; identification of localities, 195-9.
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  • Ellice Islands legends, Nanumea, 396-7; Nanumanga, 397-401; Niutao, 401-3; Niu, 403-4; Nukufetau, 405-7; Funafuti, 409-15; Vaitupu, 415-6; Nukulaelae, 416-8; Niulakita, 418-23.
  • Ember, Melvin, Work and Life on Raroia, review, 172-3.
  • Emperor of Austria, gift of printing press, 206.
  • epa, from Taranaki, 166.
  • Finney, Ben. R., Recent Finds from Washington and Fanning Islands, 70.
  • Fischer, J. L., Folktales, Social Structure, and Environment in Two Polynesian Outliers, 11.
  • folklore, Easter Island, 254-5.
  • Fort George, dimensions and construction, 111-2.
  • genealogies, as means of fixing dates, 162-5; variations in number of generations, 162; short male lines, 163; Maori King (Hekemaru line), 164.
  • genotype communities, 132-3.
  • Golson, J., The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture, review, 83.
  • greenstone, identification by colour, 161.
  • Groves, Murray, Nine Dyak Nights, review, 307-11.
  • Haarlem isles, pottery fragment, 155-6.
  • Hakikino hill pa, 330-4.
  • Hemara Te Rerehau Paraone, in Austria, 206.
  • Heyerdahl, Thor, Easter Island theories, 248-50.
  • Hikioi, Kingite newspaper, 207-8.
  • Hirsh, Susan, The Social Organisation of an Urban Village in Samoa, 266.
  • Hitihiti, on the Bounty, 108.
  • Hooper, A. B., Social Change in the South Pacific: Rarotonga and Aitutaki, review, 87.
  • Hornsey, A. G., work with Teviotdale, 322.
  • Houston, John, A Taranaki Epa, 166; The Rahotu Prow, 351.
  • Kajor Batoe, pottery fragment, 155.
  • Keyes, I. W., Blackstone, 158.
  • Ko Aotearoa, or the Maori Recorder, newspaper, 207-8.
  • Labé, extracts from Journal, 192-4.
  • literary attitudes to the Maori: romantic character, 217; comic character, 218-9; unsympathetic character, 219-21; Maori culture as a source of mystery, 221-2; symbolic character, 222-7; Maori English, 227-8; modern stories, 228-33.
  • L'Horme, extracts from Journal, 194.
  • Maniapoto, his marriage, 163.
  • Maori-Pakeha relations in 19th century, 211-3.
  • mata-kupenga, carving design on Taranaki epa, 166.
  • Maude, H. E., In Search of a Home, 104.
  • Mead, A. D., Personal Maori Names Recorded by Richard Taylor, 58.
  • mere, of Ranginui, 194-5.
  • Metge, Joan, The Rakau Maori Studies—an Anthropological Assessment, 352.
  • Metraux, Dr. A., Easter Island theories, 251.
  • Milligan, R. R. D., Ranginui, Captive Chief of Doubtless May, 1769, 181.
  • mineral belt of the South Island, 158-9.
  • Monneron, Pierre, Journal of, 201-3.
  • Morrison, James, Journal of, 104.
  • Nassau, transient group settlement, 256; first group settlement, 257-9; sixth group settlement, 259-62; leadership and responsibilities, 257-8, 260-4; copra production, 263; land use, 257-8, 260-1, 264.
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  • Nayacakalou, R. R., Fijian Grammar, review, 80.
  • non-involvement patterns of Rakau Maoris, 139, 141-2; critical assessment, 363-4.
  • Notice: Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, 77.
  • Notes and Queries: Generating fire by Percussion, J. Golson, 73; H. A. Lindsay, 73-5; Dentalium Shell “Workshop”, R. J. Scarlett, 75; A Stone Minnow Shank from North Auckland, J. Golson, 75-7; A Taranaki Wahaika, John Houston, 175; An Old Maori Eel Pound, H. A. Swarbrick, 175-6.
  • pakati, notched ridge design in carving, 166.
  • Palmer, J. B., Tattoo in Transition, 387.
  • Pearson, W. H., Attitudes to the Maori in Some Pakeha Fiction, 211.
  • Pei Te Hurinui, Maori Genealogies, 162.
  • Piddington, Ralph, Anthropology in Administration, review, 427.
  • Pitcairn Island, discovery by the Bounty mutineers, 128.
  • pits, in Hakikino pa, 333.
  • potsherds from New Guinea, 155-7.
  • pottery, on Easter Island, 248.
  • pouhoro, tattoo pattern, 195.
  • psychological projective tests, scoring categories as indices of equivalent behaviour in non-Western peoples, 136; critical review, 377-8.
  • psychological rejection and counter-rejection in parent-child relationships in Rakau, 139-41; in social relations, 145; critical assessment, 363.
  • Publications, recent and forthcoming: Anthropology in the South Seas, edit. Freeman, J. D. and Geddes, W. R.; Dictionary of Raluana, Lanyon-Orgill, P. A.; Maowhango Valley and School, Batley, R. A. L.; String Figures from the Gilbert Islands, Maude, H. C. and H. E.; Ta'u. Stability and Change in a Samoan Village, Holmes, L. D.; Western Pacific: Studies of Man and Environment in the Western Pacific, Dept. of Geography, Victoria University of Wellington, 304-5.
  • Purutea, its whereabouts, 124.
  • puwerewere, foliate design in carving, 166.
  • Rakau research design, Table I, 135.
  • Ranginui, confusion of names, 184-7; his mere, 194-5; his capture, 188.
  • Rarotonga, evidence of a visit from the Bounty, 121-4.
  • Report of Annual Meeting; Palmerston North Polynesian Group, 1958, 167.
  • Roberton, J. B. W., The Significance of New Zealand Tribal Tradition, 39.
  • Roberts, R. G., Te Atu Tuvalu: A Short History of the Ellice Islands, 394; The Children of Kaitu, 3.
  • Sahlins, Marshall D., Iban Agriculture: A Report on the Shifting Cultivation of Hill Rice by the Iban of Sarawak, review, 311.
  • saliva tests with Maoris, 240, 243-4.
  • Samoan terms, glossary, 267.
  • Samoa, the traditional village, 268-70; urban area, Apia, 270-2: the urbanised village, household organisation, 276-83; family organisation, 283-6; village organisation, 286-97; stability and change in the village, 298-301.
  • Schwimmer, E. G., The Mediator, 335.
  • Sharp, Andrew, Maori Genealogies and Canoe Tradition, 37; Nine Dyak Nights, review, 306.
  • Skinner, H. D., at Otago Museum, 99; at Otago University, 99; major publications, 100-1; appointments, offices and awards, and selective bibliography, 102-3; Some Recent Publications Relating to Easter Island Culture, and its Probable History, 248; David Teviotdale, 321.
  • social change, in terms of social structure and functioning, 133; in terms of personality systems on social systems, 133.
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  • Solheim II, Wilhelm G., Some Potsherds from New Guinea, 155.
  • Staveley, J. M. and Douglas, R., Blood Groups in Maoris, 239.
  • St. Jean Baptiste, reasons for the voyage, 181; detention at Lima, 182.
  • supplementary documents of Surville's voyage, Alexander Turnbull Library, 184.
  • Surville, Chevalier J. F. M. de, biographical note, 181; arrival at Doubtless Bay, 187; capture of Ranginui, 188; Journal of, 189-91; character and reputation, 199-201.
  • Tahiti, return of the Bounty, 108.
  • Tainui tradition, a commentary, 45-55.
  • Taroatohoa, loyalty to Christian, 111.
  • Taylor, C. R. H., Bibliography of Oceania Linguistics, review, 173.
  • technological development and personality, 143.
  • Teehuteatuaonoa, the two narratives of, 104.
  • Te Hau ki Turanga, post-European meeting-house, 388.
  • Te Paki o Matariki, newspaper, 210.
  • Te-paki-o-Rauru, spiral carving design, 166; 351.
  • Te Pihoihoi, newspaper, 208-9.
  • Teviotdale, D., contribution to New Zealand anthropology, 321-2; work with Hornsey, 322; most important paper, 322; bibliography, 323.
  • Tiach-nuch, pottery fragment, 155-6.
  • Tinarou, antagonisms towards Bounty settlers, 116.
  • Tongatabu, whether visited by Bounty, 124-5.
  • Tubuai, arrival of the Bounty, 106; failure of the Bounty settlement, 116.
  • Vayda, A. P., The Pukapukans on Nassau Island, 256; A Voyage by Polynesian Exiles, 324; Love in the South Seas, review, 78.
  • von Koenigswald, Dr. G. H. R., 155.
  • Wiremu Toetoe Tumohe, in Austria, 206.