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  • Acea, see Christmas Island.
  • Adam, Leonhard. Kunst und Kult des Sepik-Gebietes by Paul Wirz; In den Ban der Voorouders . . . by P. Van Emst, 397-8.
  • Adkin, G. Leslie. An unrecorded type of patu from Western Marl-borough Sounds, 86-92, il.
  • Agriculture, Maori, in Auckland Province, 61-79.
  • Archey, Gilbert. A carved flageolet—putorino, 83-5, il.
  • Atiu: naming customs, 180-7.
  • Australian & New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science. 34th Congress, Perth, Aug., 1959. Report by Catherine H. Berndt, 242-4.
  • Balance poles, Maori, 239.
  • Barnes, J. A. See South Pacific Conference.
  • Berndt, Catherine H. See ANZ-AAS.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Journal of Austronesian Studies, v. 1, pt. 2, 1956. ed. P. A. Lanyon-Orgill, 51-2.
  • — — Hawaiian-English Dictionary, by Mary Kawena Pukui and Samuel H. Elbert, 52-3.
  • — — Reply to criticism on review of Fijian Grammar, 155-6.
  • — — An annotated bibliography of the languages of the Gilbert Islands, Ellice Islands, and Nauru, by E. F. Kunz, 161.
  • — — We speak Maori: first lessons in the Maori language . . . by S. M. Mead, 254.
  • — — trans. Two letters from Ngaati-Toa to Sir George Grey, 263-76 (Maori and English texts on opposite pages).
  • Blood groups: Cook Islands, 14-20; Tonga, 348-53.
  • Buen Viaje, see Butaritari.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. International bibliography of social and cultural anthropology, v. 1-2, 54-5.
  • Butaritari Island, 318-9, 326.
  • Butinov, N. A. Grundlagen zur Entzifferung der Osterinselschrift, by T. S. Barthel, 47-50.
  • Canoes: Hawaiian double, 36-9; New Guinea prow found in the Marshall Islands, 45-6; drifting prows, 354-5.
  • Caroline Island, 313-6.
  • Caroline Islands: divining from knots, 188-204.
  • Census: Melanesia, 390-1.
  • Chatham Islands—New Zealand migration suggested by Marlborough Sound patu, 86-92.
  • Christmas Island, 295-7.
  • Conversion de San Pablo, see Hao.
  • Cook Islands: blood groups, 14-20; naming customs, 180-7; Puka-puka discovered by Spaniards, 308-10; Rakahanga discovered by Spaniards, 316-8.
  • Cook Islands' Christian Church: change in naming custom in Atiu, 180-7.
  • Crocombe, R. G. & Rere, Vaine. Naming in Atiu, 180-7.
  • Davidson, J. W. See Western Samoa. Citizenship Ordinance.
  • Dinornis: nomenclature changes, 80-2.
  • Divining from knots, 188-204.
  • Douglas, R. & Staveley, J. M. Blood groups of Cook Islanders, 14-20; see also Staveley, J. M. & Douglas, R.
  • Emory, Kenneth P. Origin of the Hawaiians, 29-35.
  • — — Radiocarbon dates from Hawaii, 240-1.
  • Epa, another Taranaki, 141-2.
  • Fiji: economic problems, 148-9.
  • Finney, Ben R. Modern Hawaiian double canoe, 36-9, plates.
  • — — Surfing in ancient Hawaii, 327-47, il., maps.
  • Fishhooks: Pitcairn Island, 21-2; Polynesian, 23-8.
  • Flint Island, 287-94.
  • Force, Roland M. Palauan money: some preliminary comments on material and origins, 40-4, il.
  • Garrett, Denis. Correspondence on The Rakau Maori Studies, 154-5.
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  • Genealogies: and the “Fleet”, 12-3, 395-6; fewer generations in junior branches, 153; error in a whakapapa, 154; from Tuuhoe, 215-8.
  • Gente Hermosa, see Rakahanga.
  • Gifford, Edward Winslow: obituary, 177-9, port., bibliog.
  • Glendower, Masterton: greenstone talisman, Kau-o-te-Rangi, 142-3.
  • Golson, Jack. See N.Z. Archaeological Association.
  • Goodenough, Ward H. Social stratification in Polynesia, by Marshall D. Sahlins, 255-8.
  • Graham, F. See Palmerston North Polynesian Group.
  • Green, R. C. Pitcairn Island fishhooks in stone, 21-2, il.
  • Grey, Sir George: letters from Ngaati-Toa, 263-76.
  • Grijalva, Hernando de: Pacific discoveries, 294-7.
  • Groves, Murray. Fijian people: economic problems and prospects; Report by O. H. K. Spate, 148-9.
  • — — Pacific Islands' music, 391-2.
  • — — See Maori Young Leaders Conference, 1959.
  • — — See South Pacific Commission.
  • Hao, 311-3.
  • Hargreaves, R. P. Maori agriculture of the Auckland Province in the mid-nineteenth century, 61-79, maps.
  • Harrowfield, D. L. Unusual artefact from Rabbit Island, Nelson, 46, il.
  • Hawaii: date of settlement, 29-30; 240-1; origin of Hawaiians, 30-2; 33-4; language, 32-3; radiocarbon dates, 240-1; surfing in ancient times, 327-47.
  • Heyen, Capt. G. H. The Island of Jesus and Buen Viaje, 323-6.
  • Hollyman, K. J. Polynesian influence in New Caledonia: the linguistic aspect, 357-89, maps.
  • Houston, John. Another Taranaki epa, 141-2, plate.
  • — — A Taranaki lintel, 239-40, plates.
  • Hunt, C. G. Maringa te Kakara village, 3-7, il.
  • Hurinui, Pei Te. Maringa te Kakara village, 393-4.
  • Isla de los Pescadores. See Nonouti.
  • Island of Jesus. See Nui.
  • Jury, John Milsome: owner of greenstone spade end Kau-o-te-Rangi, 142-3.
  • Kau-o-te-Rangi, 142-3.
  • Kelly, Leslie G., obituary, 59, port.
  • Klarwill, P. E. Katalog der Neuseeland-Sammlung (A. Reischek), Wien, by Irmgard Moschner, 162-3.
  • Koskinen, Aarne A. & Hatfull, Alan F. Hika, 277-83.
  • La Solitaria. See Niulakita.
  • Land tenure: Tonga, 93-114; New Zealand, 211-4.
  • Lane, Robert B. Un siècle et demie de contacts culturels à Tanna, Nouvelles - Hébrides, by Jean Guiart, 163-6.
  • Legaspi, Miguel Lopez de: Pacific discoveries, 297-9.
  • Lessa, William A. Divining from knots in the Carolines, 188-204, il.
  • Lintel: from Taranaki, 239-40.
  • McArthur, Norma. Census enumerations in Melanesia, 390-1.
  • McKay, C. G. R. Correspondence on The South Pacific Commission (as reported in Pacific Commentary), 393.
  • Magellan: Pacific discoveries, 287-94.
  • Maori Young Leaders Conference, 1959. Report by Murray Groves, 244-6.
  • Maraetaha River: volcanic ash beds, 8-11.
  • Maringa te Kakara village, 3-7; 393-5.
  • Marlborough Sounds patu, 86-92.
  • Maude, H. E. Tahitian interlude; the migration of the Pitcairn Islanders to the Motherland in 1831, 115-40.
  • — — Spanish discoveries in the Central Pacific; a study in identification, 284-326, maps.
  • Mendana, Alvaro de: Pacific discoveries, 299-310.
  • Moas: nomenclature, 81-2.
  • Moke, Paahi. Correspondence concerning error in a whakapapa—Tawhao's marriage, 154.
  • Money: Palauan, 40-4.
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  • Murdering Beach: name, 219-20; site, 220-1; collecting and excavating, 221-5; destruction of village, 225-30; tapu, 230; nephrite, 230-3; artefacts, 233-4.
  • Music: recorded, 391-2.
  • Names: in Atiu, 180-7.
  • Nayacakalou, R. R. Land tenure and social organisation in Tonga, 93-114, il.
  • New Caledonia: Polynesian linguistic influence, 357-89.
  • New Zealand Archaeological Association. 4th Annual Conference, Rotorua, May 1959. Report by Jack Golson, 150-2.
  • Ngaati-toa: two letters to Sir George Grey concerning South Island land claims, 263-76.
  • Niulakita, 305-8.
  • Nonouti, 295-7.
  • Niu, 299-305; 323-5.
  • Orongo Bay: volcanic ash beds, 8.
  • Osborne, Douglas. Among the savages of the South Seas. Memoirs of Micronesia 1862-1868 by Capt. Alfred Tetens, 50-1.
  • Palau: money, 40-4.
  • Palmerston North Polynesian Group Proceedings. Report by F. Graham, 247-8.
  • Pao-miere religion, 6-7.
  • Parnaby, O. W. Imprint of the Fiji Catholic Mission including the Loreto Press, 1864-1954, by Patrick O'Reilly, 161-2.
  • Patu, an unrecorded type from Western Marlborough Sounds, 86-92.
  • Phillipps, W. J. Standing on one leg for a rest, 142.
  • — — Maori balance poles, 239.
  • Phillipps, W. J. & Jury, J. M. A greenstone talisman, Kau-o-te-Rangi, Glendower, Masterton, 142-3, il.
  • Pitcairn Islands: migration of Islanders to Tahiti in 1831, 115-40.
  • Pouwhare, Te Iki. Genealogies from Tuuhoe, 215-8.
  • Pukapuka, 308-10.
  • Pullar, W. A. The significance of volcanic ash beds in archaeology, 8-11.
  • Putorino, carved, 83-5.
  • Quiros, Pedro Fernandez de: Pacific discoveries, 310-20.
  • Rabbit Island, Nelson, 46.
  • Radio-carbon dating: Hawaii, 240-1.
  • Rakahanga, 316-8.
  • Rakau Maori Studies, 154-5.
  • Reisenberg, Saul H. New Guinea canoe prow found in the Marshall Islands, 45-6.
  • Renwick, William. Early Victorian New Zealand, by John Miller, 250-3.
  • Roberton, J. B. W. Correspondence on Maori genealogies, 153.
  • Ross, W. Hugh. Correspondence on Maringa te Kakara village and Maori genealogies and the “Fleet”, 394-6.
  • San Bernardo (of Mendana). See Pukapuka.
  • San Bernardo (of Quiros). See Caroline Island.
  • Schwimmer, E. G. De Congolese Elite, by Dr. W. C. Klein, 158-61.
  • Sharp, Andrew. Maori genealogies and the “Fleet”, 12-3.
  • Sinoto, Yosihiko H. Solving a Polynesian fishhook riddle, 23-8.
  • — — Drifting canoe prows, 354-5, plates.
  • Skinner, H. D. Murdering Beach collecting and excavating; the first phase, 1850-1950, 219-35, map, 10 plates.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. The racial conflict over land in New Zealand (Early Victorian New Zealand, by John Miller; History of New Zealand, by Keith Sinclair; New Zealand in the making, by J. B. Condliffe), 211-4.
  • South Pacific Commission. 19th Session, Rabaul, May 1959. Report by Murray Groves, 145-6; comment by C. G. R. McKay, 393.
  • South Pacific Conference, 4th, Rabaul, April-May 1959. Report by J. A. Barnes, 144-5; comment by C. G. R. McKay, 393.
  • Spain: discoveries in the Central Pacific, 284-326.
  • Standing on one leg for a rest, 142.
  • Staveley, J. M. & Douglas, R. Blood groups in Tongans (Polynesia), 348-53; see also Douglas, R. & Staveley, J. M.
  • Suggs, Robert C. Forgotten islands in the South Seas, by Bengt Danielsson, 53-4.
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  • Tahiti: migration of Pitcairn Islanders in 1831, 115-40.
  • Taranaki, epa from, 141-2; lintel from, 239-40.
  • Te Putu, see Kelly, Leslie G.
  • Thompson, R. H. T. European attitudes to Maoris. a projective approach, 205-10.
  • Tiburones, see Flint Island.
  • Tonga: land tenure, 94-114; blood groups, 348-53.
  • Tuuhoe: genealogies from, 215-8.
  • Villalobos, Ruy Lopez de: Pacific discoveries, 297-9.
  • Volcanic ash beds, 8-11.
  • Waikato Historical Society. Archaeological Group, 3.
  • Waka huia from Chicago Natural History Museum, 85; from University Museum, Philadelphia, 85.
  • Western Samoa. Citizenship Ordinance. Report by J. W. Davidson, 146-8.
  • Yaldwyn, J. C. Recent name changes in the moa genus Dinornis, 80-2.