Volume 69 1960 > Index to Vol LXIX, p 435-438
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  • Adkin, G. Leslie. Adequate culture nomenclature for the New Zealand area, 228-38.
  • adzes: and migrations, 39-42; 276-82.
  • agriculture: Maori, 166; 354-66.
  • Alkire, William H. Cultural adaptation in the Caroline Islands, 123-50.
  • Archey, Gilbert. Maori godsticks collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor, by T. Barrow, 301-3.
  • Auckland University's programme of geographical research in the Southwest Pacific, 59.
  • Australia: recent archaeological excavations, 151-3.
  • Australian National University, Pacific Islands research of the Research School of Pacific Studies, 153-9.
  • Balad, New Caledonia, 215-27.
  • barkcloth, 43-53.
  • Barnes, J. A. Correspondence on South Pacific Commission, 164.
  • Barrow, T. T. Arts and crafts of Hawaii, by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck), 298-301.
  • Beaglehole, Ernest. South Seas magic, by Ronald Rose, 178.
  • Berndt, Ronald M. The Kuma. Freedom and conformity in the New Guinea Highlands, by Marie Reay, 290-5.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Morphology-syntax in a Polynesian language, 376-9.
  • blood groups: Maoris, 34-6.
  • Brookfield, H. C. Our neighbours in Netherlands New Guinea, by G. T. Roscoe, 296.
  • Brown, Paula. Leadership and cultural change in Palau, by Roland W. Force, 297-8.
  • Buchanan, Keith. Asian and Pacific studies in the Department of Geography, Victoria University of Wellington, 408-10.
  • Buist, A. G. and Yaldwyn, J. C. An “articulated” moa leg from an oven excavated at Waingongoro South Taranaki, 76-88, plates.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Kulturpatronen (“Patterns of culture”); Bulletin van het Delfts Etnografisch Museum, Deel 1, 1959, 176.
  • Burns' Commission Report, see Fiji. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Natural Resources and Population trends.
  • Cameron, R. J. Dendrochronology in New Zealand, 37-8.
  • Caroline Islands: cultural adaptation in, 123-50.
  • Davidson, J. W. Pacific Islands research of the Research School of Pacific Studies in the Australian National University, 153-9.
  • Dean, James C. See Summer Institute of Linguistics, New Guinea.
  • dendrochronology: New Zealand, 37-8.
  • Dening, G. M. In search of Tiki, by Francis Mazière, 67-8.
  • Dobuan islands: folk medicine, 31-3.
  • Douglas, R. and Staveley, J. M. Blood groups in Maoris, 34-6.
  • Duff, Roger. Pacific adzes and migrations; a reply to Andrew Sharp, 276-82, plate.
  • — — Stone Age of Indonesia, by H. R. van Heekeren, 305-10.
  • — — Correspondence on An “articulated” moa leg from South Taranaki, 411-2.
  • D'Urville Island: ethnographic features, 239-65.
  • Dyen, Isidore. Position of the Polynesian languages within the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) language family, by George William Grace, 180-4.
  • Elbert, Samuel H. Unheroic heroes of Hawaiian tales, 266-75.
  • — — A dictionary of the Maori language, by Herbert W. Williams. 6th ed., 427-32.
  • epa, still another Taranaki, 283-4.
  • family system: Maui, 92-103.
  • Fiji. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Natural Resources and Population trends . . . 1959. Commentary by O. H. K. Spate, 54-6.
  • Finney, Ben R. Development and diffusion of modern Hawaiian surfing, 315-31, il.
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  • Fisher, V. F. Schallgeräte in Ozeanien, by Hans Fischer, 418-9.
  • folk medicine: Dobuan islands, 31-3,.
  • Forster, John. Hawaiian family system of Hana, Maui, 1957, 92-103.
  • Fortune, R. F. Folk medicine in the Dobuan islands, 31-3.
  • Fox, James W. Auckland University's programme of geographical research in the Southwest Pacific, 59.
  • Fox Indians, 199-214.
  • Gathercole, P. W. See New Zealand Archaeological Association.
  • Golson, Jack. Archaeology, tradition, and myth in New Zealand prehistory, 380-402.
  • Goodenough, Ward H. Atoll holiday, by Nancy Phelan, 297.
  • Green, R. C. And Pullar, W. A. Excavations at Orongo Bay, Gisborne, 332-53, maps.
  • Groves, Murray. Motu pottery, 322, il., maps.
  • — — See New Zealand Science Congress.
  • — — See South Pacific Commission. 20th session, Noumea, 1959.
  • Hargreaves, R. P. Maori agriculture of the Auckland Province in the mid-nineteenth century. Correction to map, 166.
  • — — Maori agriculture after the wars (1871-1886), 354-66, maps.
  • Haudricourt, A. G. And Hollyman, K. J. New Caledonian vocabularies of Cook and the Forsters (Balad, 1774), 215-27, maps.
  • Hawaii: family system of Hana, Maui, 92-103; folk lore, 266-75; modern surfing, 315-31.
  • Hohepa, P. W. Caltex book of Maori lore, by James Cowan, rev. By J. B. Palmer, 420.
  • Hollyman, K. J. Anthropology and lingiustics of Futuna-Aniwa, New Hebrides, by A. Capell, 303-5.
  • Houston, John. Still another Taranaki epa, 283-4, plate.
  • Hunt, C. G. Correspondence on Maringa Te Kakara Village, 165.
  • Keyes, I. W. Cultural succession and ethnographic features of D'Urville Island, 239-65, maps, plates.
  • land tenure: Western Samoa, 104-22.
  • Lawrence, Peter. Social change, by Ian H. Hogbin, 66-7.
  • Little Papanui: excavations, 187-98.
  • McCarthy, F. D. Art of Lake Sentani, by S. Kooijman, 175-6.
  • Maoris: blood groups, 34-6.
  • Maringa Te Kakara village, 165.
  • matplaiting, 43-53.
  • Maude, H. E. Adams of the Bounty, by Erle Wilson, 177-8.
  • Mead, Sid. Maori rafter and Taniko patterns, by W. J. Phillipps, 417-8.
  • moas: “articulated” leg, 76-88; 411-2.
  • Mota (Banks Island): social structure, 23-30.
  • Motu pottery, 3-22.
  • Mulvaney, D. J. Recent archaeological excavations in Australia, 151-3.
  • Murdering Beach, 165.
  • Nayacakalou, R. R. Land tenure and social organisation in Western Samoa, 104-22.
  • Needham, Rodney. Lineal equations in a two-section system, 23-30.
  • New Caledonia: vocabularies of Cook and the Forsters, 215-27.
  • New Zealand: culture nomenclature, 228-38; Rugby and race relations, 285-7.
  • New Zealand Archaeoolgical Association. 5th Annual Conference. Report by P. W. Gathercole, 160-3.
  • New Zealand Science Congress, 9th, 1960. Papers on the Sociology of the Pacific. Report by Murray Groves, 159-60.
  • Orongo Bay, Gisborne, 332-53.
  • Pacific Science Congress, 10th. Preliminary announcement, 60-1.
  • Palmer, J. B. Great Harbour of Tara, by G. Leslie Adkin, 172-4.
  • Papua and New Guinea: pottery, 3-22; village women's clubs, 57-9.
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  • Pearson, W. H. The Fern and the Tiki, by David P. Ausubel, 420-7.
  • Piddington, Ralph. Action anthropology, 199-214.
  • pottery: Motu, 3-22.
  • Reizenstein, M. E. Vergleichendes Wörterverzeichnis der Sichule-Sprache auf der Insel Simalur an der Westküste von Sumatra, by Hans Kaehler, 413-4.
  • Schwimmer, E. G. The Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects, by J. Prytz Johansen; Studies in Maori rites and myths, by J. Prytz Johansen, 310-4.
  • Sharp, Andrew. Early Spanish discoveries in the Pacific, 89-91.
  • Simmons, David. Tahiti-Nui, by Eric de Bisschop, trans. From the French by Edward Young, 179.
  • Skinner, H. D. Correspondence on Murdering Beach, 165.
  • — — Excavations at Little Papanui, Otago Peninsula, 187-98, 12 plates.
  • South Pacific Commission, 20th Session, Noumea, 1959. Report by Murray Groves, 56-7.
  • Spate, O. H. K. See Fiji. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Natural Resources . . . 1959.
  • Spoehr, Alexander. Anthropology in the South Seas. Essays presented to H. D. Skinner, ed. J. D. Freeman and W. R. Geddes, 63-6.
  • — — Archaeological excavations in Yap, by Edward W. Gifford and S. Delila, 175.
  • Storm, Thomas. Introduction to social anthropology, by Ralph Piddington, 169-71.
  • Summer Institute of Linguistics, New Guinea. Report by James C. Dean, 404-5.
  • sweet potato, 367-75.
  • Taylor, Donna. The relation of matplaiting to barkcloth decoration in Polynesia, 43-53, il.
  • Te Hau, Matiu. Maharaia Winiata (obituary), 72-5.
  • Thompson, Richard. Rugby and race relations: a New Zealand controversy, 285-7.
  • Tomory, P. A. European vision and the South Pacific, 1768-1850, by Bernard Smith, 415-7.
  • Tupouniua, M. U. Notes on economic development in Tonga, 405-8.
  • Turbott, Olwyn. Oceanic Art, by Tibor Bodrogi, 413.
  • Vayda, A. P. Economics of the New Zealand Maori, by Raymond Firth, 68-70.
  • Victoria University at Wellington, Asian and Pacific Studies in the Department of Geography, 408-10.
  • Village women's clubs in Papua and New Guinea. Statement by the Director of Native Affairs, 57-9.
  • Waingongoro, S. Taranaki: moa leg from, 76-88.
  • Western Samoa. Land tenure, 104-22.
  • Winiata, Maharaia: obituary, 72-5, port.
  • Yen, D. E. The sweet potato in the Pacific, 367-75, il.

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