Volume 73 1964 > Index to Vol LXXIII, p 461 - 464
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- 461 INDEX TO VOLUME 73
  • Allen, Michael. Kinship terminology and marriage in Vanua Lava and East Aoba, 315-23.
  • Archey, Gilbert. Arts of the South Pacific, by Jean Guiart, 445-7.
  • Barrow, T. Primitive Art: its traditions and styles, by Paul S. Wingert, 84-6.
  • Beckett, Jeremy. Bibliography of Torres Straits, by Douglas Frazer, 239; Social change in Pukapuka, 411-30; Australian Aboriginal Studies, ed. Helen Sheils, 452-3.
  • Bowers, Nancy. Further note on a recently reported root crop from the New Guinea Highlands, 333-5.
  • Brandewie, Ernest. Mount Hagen open electorate: the campaign among the Kumdi people, 211-5.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Hagen and Wapenamanda open electorate: the election among the Kyaka Enga, 216-23.
  • Bulmer, Susan. Radiocarbon dates from New Guinea, 327-8.
  • burials, 143-60.
  • Buse, J. E. Let us speak Maori (Ka tuatua Maori tatou), by Floribert van Lier, 350.
  • calabash, Polynesian, 72-4.
  • Capell, A. Problemi istorii i etnografi narodov Avstralii, Novoi Gvinei i Gavaiskikh Ostrovov, 447-9.
  • combs, 382-98.
  • Cook Islands: emigration, 336-9; social change in Pukapuka, 411-30.
  • Curtis, C. S. Notes on eel weirs and Maori fishing methods, 167-70.
  • Dalton, B. J. Studies of a small democracy; Essays in honour of Willis Airey, ed. Robert Chapman and Keith Sinclair, 351-3.
  • Davenport, William. Notes on Santa Cruz voyaging, 134-42, plates.
  • Davidson, J. W. Americans in Polynesia, 1783-1842, by W. Patrick Strauss, 348.
  • Day, Lincoln H. Demographic survey of the Aboriginal population of the Northern Territory, by F. Lancaster Jones, 101.
  • Dewes, Koro. Colourful New Zealand Maori, 451.
  • Duff, Roger. Archaeology of Easter Island, ed. Thor Heyerdahl and Edwin N. Ferdon, 78-83.
  • du Toit, Brian M. Etnografie van de Kaowerawédj, by J. P. K. van Eechoud, 455-8.
  • Easter Island: archaeology, 78-83. eel weirs, 167-70.
  • Elbert, Samuel H. Flower in my ear, by Edwin Grant Burrows, 90-2; Hawaiian reflexes of Proto-Malayo-Polynesian and Proto-Polynesian reconstructed forms, 399-410.
  • Emory, Kenneth P. and Sinoto, Yosihiko H. Eastern Polynesian burials at Maupiti, 143-60, plates.
  • Epling, Philip J. and Steuart, Guy W. Co-operation in change: an anthropological approach to community development, by Ward Hunt Goodenough, 442-5.
  • Epstein, A. L. Pacific port towns and cities: a symposium, ed. by Alexander Spoehr, 232-4.
  • Fiji Islands: land tenure in Rotuma, 26-52; pottery, 328-33.
  • Fink, Ruth. Esa'ala-Losuia open electorate: campaign with Lepani Watson, 192-7.
  • Finney, Ben R. Notes on bond-friendship in Tahiti, 431-5.
  • Green, R. C. and Palmer, J. B. Fiji sequence: corrections and additional notes for Sigatoka, 328-33.
  • Groves, Murray. Moresby open electorate: the eclipse of the sophisticates, 223-30; Cannibals are human, by Helen McLeod; Samoan interlude, by Marie Tisdale Martin; My Samoan Chief, by Fay G. Calkins, 239-40.
  • Gunson, Neil. Great Women and friendship contract rites in pre-Christian Tahiti, 53-69.
  • Harré, John. Maori marriage: an essay in reconstruction, by Bruce Biggs, 87-8.
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  • Haudricourt, André-G. Some linguistic types in Australia, by A. Capell, 343-4.
  • Hawaii: linguistics, 399-410.
  • hei-tiki, 161, plate.
  • Hilder, Brett. On sailing native canoes to windward, 74-7.
  • Höpfner, Helmut, and Heyen, Gerhard H. Polynesian calabash, 72-4.
  • Howard, Alan. Land tenure and social change in Rotuma, 26-52.
  • Hunt, C. G. Unusual greenstone heitiki, 161, plate.
  • Johnson, Olive. Voyage of the Flying Bird, by Margaret Titcombe, 452.
  • Keesing, Roger M. Mota kinship terminology and marriage: a reexamination, 294-301.
  • Kernot, B. Maori-European relationships and the role of mediators, 171-8.
  • Kikuchi, William K. Petroglyphs in American Samoa, 163-6.
  • Kooijman, Simon. Ancient Tahitian god-figures, 110-25, plates.
  • Koskinen, Aarne A. Easter Island place-names, by Thomas S. Barthel; Liste des toponymes de Tahiti et Raiatea-Tahaa, by Pierre d'Anglejan Chatillon; Linguistic analysis of the place-names of the Marshall Islands, by Byron Wilbur Bender, 92-4.
  • land tenure: Rotuma, 26-52.
  • Laurence, Peter. Social and cultural background to the New Guinea election, 186-91.
  • Leininger, Madeleine M. Kainantu open electorate: a Gadsup village experiences its first election, 205-9.
  • Lessa, William A. Mnemonics in preliterate Palau, by Robert K. Mc-Knight, 94-5; Use of names by Micronesians, ed. John E. deYoung, 95-6.
  • Lewis, David, Polynesian navigational methods, 364-74.
  • Lovegrove, M. N. Maori underachievement, 70-2; Speed of performance: a cross-cultural study, 438-41.
  • McArthur, Norma. Contemporary Polynesian emigration from Samoa and the Cook Islands, 336-9.
  • Maddock, Kenneth. Kinship and marriage in a New Guinea village, by H. Ian Hogbin, 96-7; Wantoat: art and religion of the North-east New Guinea Papuans, 236-8.
  • Maoris: underachievement in school, 70-2; descent groups, 126-33; fishing methods, 167-70; European relationships, 171-8; 340-2; 375-81; combs, 382-98; performance in speed of performance tests, 438-41.
  • Maude, H. E. Pandora's last voyage, by Geoffrey Rawson, 240-1; Beachcombers and castaways, 254-93, plates.
  • Mead, S. M. Illustrated encyclopaedia of Maori life, by A. W. Reed, 234-5.
  • Mol, J. J. Race relations, with special reference to New Zealand: a theoretical discussion, 375-81.
  • navigation, 74-7; 364-74.
  • Nayacakalou, R. R. Western Samoa: land, life and agriculture in Tropical Polynesia, ed. James W. Fox and Kenneth B. Cumberland, 454-5.
  • Needham, Rodney. Mota problem and its lessons, 302-14.
  • New Guinea: radiocarbon dates, 327-8; root crops, 333-5.
  • New Guinea's first election: a symposium, 179-230, plates.
  • New Hebrides: kinship terminologies, 294-301; 315-23; Mota social system, 302-14.
  • New Zealand: stone flake industries 7-25; inter-ethnic relations, 340-2; 375-81.
  • Palmer, Bruce. New Zealand Maori in colour, by Kenneth and Jean Bigwod and Harry Dansey, 88-90.
  • Palmier, Leslie. Traditional cultures and the impact of technological change, by George M. Foster, 231-2.
  • Parke, Aubrey L. Rotuma: a brief anthropological survey, 436-7.
  • petroglyphs, 163-6.
  • Phillipps, W. J. Takahi, a ceremonial observance, 162-3.
  • Piddington, Ralph. Making of a Maori: a case study of a changing community, by James E. Ritchie, 86-7.
  • pottery; Sigatoka, Fiji, 328-33.
  • Reizenstein, M. E. Texte von der Insel Simalur, by Hans Kaehler, 353-5; Ozeanische Forschungen, ed. Th. S. Barthel, 449-51.
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  • Ritchie, James E. Culture and personality in the Pacific Islands: a bibliography, by Irwin Howard, W. Edgar Vinacke and Thomas Maretzki, 349.
  • Ryan, Dawn. Lakekamu open electorate: the election of Uritai, 197-9.
  • Samoa: petroglyphs, 163-6; emigration, 336-9.
  • Santa Cruz Islands: voyages, 134-42.
  • Scheffler, H. W. Descent concepts and descent groups: the Maori case, 126-33.
  • Scobie, R. A. Myths and legends of Maoriland, by A. W. Reed, 459.
  • Shawcross, Wilfred. Stone flake industries in New Zealand, 7-25. Archaeological assemblage of Maori combs, 382-98, plates.
  • Snow, Philip, Fiji, by Sir Alan Burns, 99-101.
  • Society Islands: friendship contract rites, 53-69; 431-5; ancient godfigures, 110-25; burials, 143-60; Great Women, 431-5.
  • stone flakes, 7-25.
  • Strathern, Andrew. Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea, by Leopold Pospisil, 236.
  • Strathern, Andrew and Marilyn. Minj open electorate: the campaign in the Dei Council area, 209-11.
  • takahi, 162-3.
  • Tamihana, Wiremu, 324-7.
  • voyages: Santa Cruz Islands, 134-42.
  • Walsh, D. S. Inter-ethnic relations in New Zealand: a recent controversy, 340-2; Linguistic comparision in South East Asia and the Pacific, ed. H. L. Shorto, 344-7.
  • Ward, A. D. Tamihana's visit to Auckland, 324-7.
  • Washday at the Pa, by Ans Westra, 340-2.
  • Watson, James B. Kainantu open electorate: a general analysis, 199-204.
  • Zwart, F. H. A. G. Nawok! by Philip Temple; Under the mountain wall, by Peter Matthiessen, 98-9.

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