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- 521 INDEX TO VOLUME 75
  • Anderson, Eugene N. La pêche au grand filet à Tahiti, by P. Ottino, 130-1.
  • Aoyagi, Machiko. Kinship organisation and behaviour in a contemporary Tongan village, 141-76.
  • Australian Conferences: 16th-25th August, 1965, commentary on ANZAAS by A. Capell, L. M. Groube and Ralph Piddington, 223-228.
  • Beaglehole, Ernest, 1906-1965: Obituary, by J. E. Ritchie, 109-19, plate.
  • Binney, Judith. Papahurihia: some thoughts on interpretation, 321-31.
  • Birdsell, Joseph B. Aboriginal man in Australia, by R. M. Berndt and C. H. Berndt, 241-2.
  • Boki, Hawai'ian high chief; 65-82, plate.
  • Brookfield, H. C. The study of shifting cultivation, by Harold C. Conklin, 131.
  • Bulmer, Susan. Pig bone from two archaeological sites in New Guinea Highlands, 504-5.
  • Burridge, K. O. L. The high valley: an autobiographical account of two years spent in the Highlands of New Guinea, by Kenneth E. Read, 126-27.
  • Capell, A., L. M. Groube and Ralph Piddington. Three Australian Conferences in 1965, 223-228.
  • Cook, Edwin A. Narak: language or dialect? 437-44.
  • Crozier, Dorothy F. Obituary: H. M. Queen Salote of Tonga, 1900-1965, 401-3, plate.
  • Davidson, Janet. Samoa: a teacher's tale, by George Irwin, 388-9; Gustave Viaud, Premier photographe de Tahiti, by Patrick O'Reilly and André Jammes, 389.
  • Daws, Gavan. The high chief Boki: a biographical study in early nineteenth century Hawaiian history, 65-84, plate.
  • de Bres, Pieter. Religion and race in New Zealand, by Hans Mol, 516.
  • Dewey, Alice G. Maori families, by Jane Ritchie, 252-4.
  • Elbert, Samuel H. and Bacil F. Kirtley. Seven Pileni tales, 348-72.
  • Epstein, Scarlett. Malay peasant society in Jelebu, by M. G. Swift, 236-237.
  • Errata: Kinship organisation and behaviour in a contemporary Tongan village, by Machiko Aoyagi, J.P.S., 1966, 75 (2), 518.
  • Fiji: Potsherds, 373-77.
  • Finney, Ben. The hidden worlds of Polynesia, by Robert C. Suggs; Forever the land of men, by Willowdean C. Handy, 247-8.
  • Gadd, Bernard. The teachings of Te Whiti O Rongomai, 1831-1907, 445-57.
  • Godlewski, A. L. Festschrift Alfred. Bühler, ed. Carl A. Schmitz and Robert Wildhaber, 507-9.
  • Green, Roger. Linguistic subgrouping within Polynesia: the implications for pre-historic settlement, 6-38; Hawaiian archaeology, by Russell A. Apple, 249-50; Prehistory at the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress, Tokyo, 1966, 498-501.
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  • Grey, Sir George: Sources of his Nga mahi a nga tupuna, 177-88.
  • Groube, L. M. Ancient voyages in Polynesia, by Andrew Sharp, 132-5.
  • Groube, L. M., A. Capell and Ralph Piddington, Three Australian Conferences in 1965, 223-225.
  • Harré, John. A Maori community in Northland, by P. W. Hohepa, 132.
  • Harrisson, Tom. The Malay archipelago, the land of the Orangutan and the Bird of Paradise, by Alfred Russel Wallace, 234-6.
  • Hawaii: Early nineteenth century culture contracts with the West, 65-84.
  • Hohepa, P. W. Mon-Khmer Studies I, by David D. Thomas, 240-1; The English vocabulary and sentence structure of Maori children, by Ian H. Barham, 392-4.
  • Hooykaas, G. De Uma-Taal (West Midden-Celebes), by S. J. Esser, 239.
  • Johnson, Olive A. A Pacific bibliography, by C. R. H. Taylor, 258-9.
  • Jones, Pei te Hurinui. Maori life in Old Taranaki, by John Houston, 513-14.
  • Kapingamarangi Atoll: cultivated Pandanus, 430-6.
  • Keith, Hamish. Maori paintings: pictures from the Partridge collection of paintings, by Gottfried Lindauer, ed. J. C. Graham, 390-2.
  • Kirtley, Bacil F. and Samuel H. Elbert. Seven Pileni tales, 348-72.
  • Knight, Hardwicke. Umu-ti, 332-47, plates.
  • Koskinen, Aarne A. From two canoes, oral traditions of Rennell and Bellona Islands, by Samuel H. Elbert and Torben Monberg, 244-6.
  • Krupa, Victor. Indo-Pacific linquistic studies, by G. B. Milner and Eugénie H. A. Henderson, 385-88.
  • Law, Garry. A Maori ritual site, 502-3.
  • Levy, Robert I. Ma'ohi drinking patters in the Society Islands, 304-20.
  • Lewis, David. Stars of the Sea Road, 85-94.
  • Linguistics: Subgroupings within Polynesia, 6-38; Polynesian languages, 39-64; Phonemic structure of bi-vocalic morphemic forms in Oceanic languages, 458-97.
  • Littlewood, R. A. Isolate patterns in the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea, 95-106.
  • Mair, Lucy. New Guinea Research Unit Bulletins, nos. 1-7. 125-6.
  • Maori: cults, 107; traditions, 177-88; land tenure, 210-222; religious sects, 321-31; oven pits, 332-347; archaeological assemblages, 404-429; teachings of Te Whiti, 445-51; ritual site, 502-3.
  • Marquesas Islands: a tentative prehistoric cultural sequence, 287-302.
  • New Britain: mortars and Pestles, 378-2.
  • New Guinea: Isolate patterns in Eastern Highlands, 95-106; Volunteer Service Association of Papua and New Guinea, 140; configurational approach to social structure, 267-286; pig bone from two archaeological sites in the Highlands, 504-5; Narak speakers in Western Highlands, 437-444.
  • New Zealand: ANZAAS Congress, 16th-25th August, 1965, 223-228; archaeological assemblages from Paterangi and Oruarangi, 404-429.
  • Nga Mahi a Nga Tupuna: sources, 177-88.
  • Oppenheim, Roger. A new Maori migration: rural and urban relations in Northern New Zealand, by Joan Metge, 250-2.
  • Outer Reef Islands: seven Pileni tales, 348-72.
  • Pacific Science Congress, August 22-September 10, 1966, Tokyo, Japan: prehistory at the eleventh congress, by R. C. Green, 498-501.
  • Palmer, Bruce. Lapita style potsherds from Fiji, 373-77; Man from the mist, by Elsdon Craig, 515.
  • Pandanus: their occurrence and importance in Micronesia, 430-435.
  • Papahurihia, 321-31.
  • Parnaby, O. W. New Zealand aspirations in the Pacific in the nineteenth century, by Angus Ross, 506-7.
  • Pawley, Andrew. Polynesian languages: a subgrouping based on shared innovations in morphology, 39-64; The Polynesian language of Mae (Emwae), New Hebrides, by A. Capell, 509-12.
  • Phillipps, W. J. The cult of Nakahi, 107.
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  • Piddington, Ralph, L. M. Groube and A. Capell. Three Australian Conferences in 1965, 223-225.
  • Pouwer, Jan. Towards a configurational approach to society and culture in New Guinea, 267-86, map.
  • Rappaport, Roy A. Road belong cargo by Peter Lawrence, 383-84.
  • Reid, Lawrence A. The culture of the Mamanua, by Marcelineo Maceda, 243-4.
  • Ritchie, J. E. Obituary: Earnest Beaglehole, 1906-1965, 109-19, plate.
  • Roberton, J. B. W. The early traditions of the Whakatane district, 189-209, genealogical charts.
  • Rosenberg, G. Maori land tenure and land use: a planner's point of view, 210-22.
  • Rowley, Jennifer A. Note on the tapa covering found with a box of huia feathers on the Talla Burn, Central Otago, 108.
  • Salote, H.M. Queen of Tonga, 1900-1965: obituary, 401-403, plate.
  • Scobie, R. A. Ka Po' e Kahiko, the people of old, by Samuel Manaia-kalani Kamakau, 248-9; Hawaiian fishponds, by Catherine C. Summers, 249.
  • Sharp, Andrew. David Lewis's experimental voyage, 231-233.
  • Shawcross, F. W. and J. E. Terrell. Paterangi and Oruarangi swamp pas, 404-29.
  • Shawcross, Kathleen. French explorers in the Pacific, vol. 1, by John Dunmore, 256-7.
  • Simmons, D. S. The sources of Sir George Grey's Nga mahi a nga tupuna, 177-88.
  • Sinoto, Yosihiko H. A tentative prehistoric cultural sequence in the northern Marquesas islands, French Polynesia, 287-303, il.
  • Skinner, H. D. Fragments of “stone” tapa-beaters from Vava'u, Tonga, 229-30, plates.
  • Society Islands: Ma'ohi drinking patterns, 304-20.
  • Specht, J. Mortars and pestles in New Britain, 378-82, plates.
  • Stone, Benjamin C. Cultivated Pandanus in Kapingamarangi Atoll, 430-36.
  • Taylor, C. R. H. Charles Reed Bishop, man of Hawaii, by Harold W. Kent, 389-90.
  • Te Whiti o Rongomai; 445-57.
  • Terrell, J. E. and F. W. Shawcross. Paterangi and Oruarangi swamp pas, 404-29.
  • Tonga: Kinship organisation and behaviour in a contemporary Tongan village, Nukuleka, 141-176; fragments of “stone” tapa-beaters, 229-30, plates; obituary: Queen Salote of Tonga, 401-3, plate.
  • Tugby, Donald J. De biografie van een Minangkabausen peper han-delaar in de Lampongs, by G. W. J. Drewes, 238.
  • Turbott, E. F. A survey of the birds of Kauai, by Frank Richardson and John Bowles, 513.
  • Waititi, Hoani Retimana: obituary, 3.
  • Ward, A. D. The Maori and New Zealand politics, ed. J. G. A. Pockock, 254-6.
  • Whakatane: early traditions, 189-209.
  • White, Ralph Gardner. Tales of Maui, by W. M. Hill, 128-9; Récits Marquisiens, by Henry Lavondès, 129-30.
  • Wolf, Eric R. Continuities in cultural evolution, by Margaret Mead; Anthropology, a human science: selected papers, 1939-60, by M. Mead, 120-124.

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