Volume 74 1965 > Index to Vol LXXIV, p 529 - 532
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- 529 INDEX TO VOLUME 74
  • Barnes, J. A. Grundformen der Verwandtschaft, by Carl A. Schmitz, 242-4.
  • Barrau, Jacques. Humide et le sec; an essay on ethnobiological adaptation, 329-46, il.
  • Barrow, T. Ornamented bark-cloth in Indonesia, by S. Kooijman, 251.
  • Bernice P. Bishop Museum: Polynesian Archaeology Programme, 262-3.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Dictionary of some Tuamotuan dialects of the Polynesian language, by J. Frank Samson & Donald Stanley Marshall, 375-8.
  • Buchanan, Keith. Western invasions of the Pacific and its continents . . . 1513-1958, by A. Price Grenfell, 512-3.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Beliefs concerning the propagation of new varieties of sweet potato in two New Guinea Highlands societies, 327-9; Savage New Guinea, by Jens Bjerre; I come from the Stone Age, by Heinrich Harrer, tr. Edward Fitzgerald, 247-8; Struggle for land: agriculture and group territories among the Chimbu of the New Guinea Highlands, by H. C. Brookfield & Paula Brown, 249-50.
  • Burnett, R. I. M. Kupapas, 227-30.
  • Carroll, Vern. Outline of the structure of the language of Nukuoro, 192-226; 451-72.
  • Collett, G. S. Two similar implements from Waimate, 484-6, plate.
  • Cook, Boris: obituary, 261-2, plate.
  • Cook Islands: politics, 80-111; Constitution, 112-8; self-government, 119-24; 360-74.
  • Crocombe, R. G. New Guinea: the last unknown, by Gavin Souter, 246-7; Select, annotated bibliography on land tenure in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea, by W. A. McGrath, 247; Structures agraires en Polynésie Française, by Michel Panoff, 380-1.
  • Cumberland, Kenneth B. Under the Ivi tree, by Cyril S. Belshaw, 382-3.
  • Curtis, C. S. Maori taiaha, 489.
  • Dewes, Koro. Maori games and hakas, by Alan Armstrong, 126-8.
  • Fiji: community of relocated Tongans, 263; agriculture, 490-502; constitutional change, 503-11.
  • Finney, Ben. Alexandre Salmon 1820-66 et sa femme Ariitaimai 1821-97, by Ernest Salmon; Mémoires d'Ari'i Taimai, by Henry Adams, 131-3; Polynesian peasants and proletarians, 269-328, maps, plates.
  • Gilbert Islands: coconut oil trade, 396-437.
  • Goodenough, Ward H. New Guinea: the Central Highlands, by James B. Watson, 383-4.
  • Green, R. C. Endeavour Journal of Joseph Banks, ed. J.C. Beagle-hole, 251-2; Archaeology of Central Philippines, by W. G. Solheim II, 385-7.
  • Green, R. C. & J. M. Davidson. Radiocarbon dates for Western Samoa, 63-9.
  • Hall, Robert A., jr. Pitcairnese language, by Allan S. C. Ross & A. W. Moverley, 137-8.
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  • Harré, John. Relevance of ancestry as a factor in social and cultural choice, 3-20.
  • Hawaii: abolition of taboo system, 21-39.
  • Hawthorn, H. B. Decorative arts of the New Zealand Maori, by T. Barrow, 135.
  • Japan: Tomoyé, 486-7.
  • Knight, Hardwicke. Flake knife in early New Zealand culture, 231-6.
  • Kolff, John. Economic implications of self-government for the Cook Islands, 119-24.
  • Laycock, D. C. Drie Asmat-Dialecten, by P. Drabbe, 139-40.
  • Legge, J. D. Britain and the labour trade in the Southwest Pacific, by Owen Parnaby, 134-5.
  • Lewis, David: plans for voyages, 263-5.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Musik der Ellice-Inseln, by Dieter Christenson & Gerd Koch, 378-80.
  • Maher, Robert F. Paliau movement in the Admiralty Islands, 1946-1954, by Theodore Schwartz, 138-9.
  • Mangareva: wood carving, 147.
  • Maori King Movement, 70-5.
  • Maoris: mixed marriages, 3-20; spear points, 77-8; culture change, 149-81; kupapas, 227-30; flake knives, 231-6; fish-hooks, 347-55; 488; religious sects, 473-83; implements, 484-6; taiaha, 489.
  • Marwick, M. G. Essays on social organisation and values, by Raymond Firth, 514-5.
  • Maude, H. E. & Ida Leeson. Coconut oil trade of the Gilbert Islands, 396-437.
  • Mulvaney, D. J. Carved stone face from the Sepik, 76-7, plate.
  • Museum of Primitive Art, New York: exhibition, 147, plate.
  • New Guinea: archaeological excavations, 40-56; carving, 76-7; 78-9; axe types, 182-9; beliefs concerning sweet potato, 237-9; ecological change, 438-50.
  • New Zealand: Maori-Pakeha marriages, 3-20.
  • Newbury, C. W. Land tenure in the Cook Islands, by R. G. Crocombe, 130-1.
  • Northey, J. F. Self-determination in the Cook Islands, 112-8.
  • Nukuoro: language, 192-226; 451-72.
  • Oppenheim, Roger. Race relations: six New Zealand studies, ed. James E. Ritchie; Ethnic awareness and attitudes in New Zealanders, by Graham M. Vaughan; Race relations in New Zealand, by Richard Thompson, 255-6; No ordinary sun, by H. Tuwhare, 525-6.
  • Papahurihia, 473-83.
  • Parnaby, Owen. Fiji's Indian migrants, by K. L. Gillion, 244-6.
  • Parsonson, G. S. Map drawn by the Chief Tuki-Tahua in 1793, by R. R. D. Milligan, 128.
  • Phillipps, W. J. Tomoyé, a Japanese symbol, 486-7.
  • Pitt, David. Political advancement in the South Pacific, by F. J. West, 133-4.
  • Pos, Hans G. Unusual bush find, 77-8, il.
  • Prichard, M. F. Lloyd. Retail price indexes for a small economy, by H. P. Brown, 253-4; Capital saving and credit in peasant societies, ed. Raymond Firth & B. S. Yamey, 254-5.
  • Remarkable stone figure from the New Guinea Highlands, 78-9, plate.
  • Roy, W. T. Indians in Fiji, by Adrian C. Mayer, 136-7.
  • Russell, Peter. New Zealand, by W. J. Cameron, 523-4.
  • Samoa: radio carbon dates, 63-9.
  • Schmitt, Robert C. Garbled population estimates of Central Polynesia, 57-62; Unmarried parenthood in French Polynesia, 356-9.
  • Schwimmer, Erik. Cognitive aspect of culture change, 149-81; Religions of the oppressed; a study of modern Messianic cult, by Vittorio Lanternari, 241-2.
  • Sharp, Andrew. David Lewis on Polynesian navigation, 75-6; Byron's Journal of his circumnavigation 1764-1766, ed. Robert E. Gallagher, 253.
  • Simonds, Ann. Millennial dreams in action; essays in comparative study, ed. Sylvia L. Thrupp, 387-9.
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  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. Maori King Movement: a reply to B. J. Dalton, 70-5; Invasion of Waikato, by Harold Miller, 524-5.
  • Stone, David. Rise of the Cook Islands Party, 80-111; Self determination in the Cook Islands: a reply, 360-74.
  • Strathern, Marilyn. Axe types and quarries, 182-91.
  • Tahiti: socio-economic change, 269-328; unmarried parenthood, 356-9.
  • Tongans: in Fiji, 263.
  • Trotter, Michael M. Barbed fishhook: its place in the Murihiku cultural sequence, 347-55, il.
  • Vayda, Andrew P. Lineage system of the Mae-Enga of New Guinea, by M. J. Meggitt, 522-3.
  • Walker, Donald. Pacific Basin biogeography, ed. J. Linsley Gressitt, 140-1.
  • Walsh, D. S. Final report on research into the English language difficulties of Maori school children, by R. A. Benton, 129-30.
  • Watson, James B. Significance of a recent ecological change in the Central Highlands of New Guinea, 438-50.
  • Watters, R. F. Development of agricultural enterprise in Fiji, 490-502.
  • Webb, M. C. Abolition of the taboo system in Hawaii, 21-39.
  • White, Gordon. Large composite hook from Southland, 488.
  • White, J. Peter. Archaeological excavations in New Guinea: an interim report, 40-56.
  • White, Ralph Gardner. Dictionary of some Tuamotuan dialects of the Polynesian language, by J. Frank Stinson, 515-22.
  • Whitelaw, J. S. Constitutional change in Fiji, 503-11.
  • Wilson, Ormond. Papahurihia, first Mao'ri prophet, 473-83.

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