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  • Ambrose, W. R. with J. Golson, R. J. Lampert and J. M. Wheeler. A note on carbon dates for horticulture in the New Guinea Highlands, 369-71.
  • American Samoa: petroglyphs, 372-3.
  • Bechtol, Charles O. Hei-tiki, 442-48.
  • Beckett, Jeremy. Cultivators in the swamps: social structure and horticulture in a New Guinea society, by L. M. Serpenti, 513-4.
  • Bellwood, Peter. One man's log, by E. N. Ferdon, 249-50.
  • Biggs, Bruce. The world of the Maori, by Eric Schwiminer, 252-4.
  • Boyd, Mary. New England and the South Seas, by Ernest S. Dodge, 389-90.
  • Buist, A. G. with J. M. Davidson, R. C. Green and K. M. Peters. Additional radiocarbon dates for Western Polynesia, 223-30.
  • Burridge, K. O. L. The anthropologist looks at myth, eds. Melville Jacobs and John Greenway, 388-9.
  • oker, Gülbün and William Davenport. The Moro movement of Guadalcanal, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, 123-75, plates.
  • Crocombe, R. G. Land use and population in Fiji, by R. G. Ward, 242-3.
  • Crosby, Eleanor. A new technique for measuring striking platform and scraper angles on stone tools, 102-3.
  • Dart, J. R. Urban problems in the South Pacific, 510-1.
  • Davenport, William and Gülbün Coker. The Moro movement of Guadalcanal, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, 123-75, plates.
  • Davidson, Janet M. An archaeological assemblage of simple fishhooks from Nukuoro atoll, 177-96; The archaeology of the Palau Islands, an intensive survey, by Douglas Osborne, 519-21.
  • Davidson, J. M., R. C. Green, A. G. Buist and K. M. Peters. Additional radiocarbon dates for Western Polynesia, 223-30.
  • Eastern Polynesia: Pomare II and the concept of inter-island government, 471-507, appends.
  • Ellice Islands: early population, 197-204.
  • Fastier, F. N. The pharmacology of kava: abstract of a paper by J. P. Buckley, A. R. Furgiule and M. J. O'Hara, 101-2.
  • Franklin, Karl J. Names and aliases in Kewa, 76-81.
  • French Polynesia: cultural change, 7-26.
  • Golson, J., R. J. Lampert, J. M. Wheeler and W. R. Ambrose. A note on carbon dates for horticulture in the New Guinea Highlands, 369-71.
  • Green, R. C. with J. M. Davidson, A. G. Buist and K. M. Peters. Additional radiocarbon dates for Western Polynesia, 223-30.
  • Groube, L. M. A note on the hei-tiki, 449-53.
  • Guadalcanal: the Moro movement, 123-75, plates.
  • Hartley, Eugene L. and Richard Thompson. Racial integration and role differentiation, 425-41.
  • Hauhauism: see Pai Marire.
  • Hawaii: development of the alphabet, 353-66; population trends, 462-70.
  • Hohepa, P. W. Horizons of unknown power: some issues of Maori schooling, by John E. Watson, 112-3.
  • Hollyman, K. J. Pidgin and Creole languages, by Robert A. Hale, 518-9.
  • Hooper, Antony. The religion of Bellona Island, part I, by Torben Monberg, 250-2.
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  • Jones, Rhys. Friendly mission: the Tasmanian journals and papers of George Augustus Robinson, 1829-1834, ed. N. J. B. Plomley, 515-7.
  • Kava: pharmacology, 101-2.
  • Kawharu, I. H. The social anthropology of complex societies, ed. Michael Banton; 108-9; The Prichard-Waetford inquiry into Maori land, 204-14.
  • Keesing, Roger M. Christians and pagans in Kwaio, Malaita, 82-100, plates.
  • Kelly, Celsus. Maori and Solomon Islands drawings from the Surville expedition found in Spanish archives, 454-61, plates.
  • Kewa: names and aliases, 76-81.
  • Keyes, I. W. The Ngatimamoe: the Western Polynesian-Melanesoid subculture in New Zealand, 47-75, plate.
  • Kikuchi, William K. Additional petroglyphs from American Samoa, 372-3.
  • Kwaio: see Malaita.
  • Lake Hauroko: burial, 367-8, plate.
  • Lampert, R. J. with J. Golson, J. M. Wheeler and W. R. Ambrose. A note on carbon dates for horticulture in the New Guinea Highlands, 369-71.
  • Lampert, R. J. and H. E. Maude. The stalactite fish-hooks of Ocean Island, 414-24, plates.
  • Leach, Edmund. Cross-cultural understanding: epistemology in anthropology, eds. F. S. C. Northrop and H. H. Livingston, 246.
  • MacNab, J. W. Sweet potatoes and settlement in the Pacific, 219-21.
  • Maher, Robert F. New Guinea research bulletin, nos. 8-14, 382-6.
  • Malaita: Christians and pagans in Kwaio, 82-100, plates.
  • Maoris: religious sects, 35-46; land tenure, 205-14; preserved human heads, 297-329; fern-root and 18th century food production, 330-52; work attendance, 404-l3; racial integration, 425-41; greenstone, hei-tiki, 442-48; 449-53; drawings from the Surville expedition, 454-61, plates.
  • Maude, H. E. and R. J. Lampert. The stalactite fish-hook of Ocean Island, 414-24, plates.
  • Moro Movement: cargo cult in Guadalcanal, 123-75, plates.
  • New Guinea: names and aliases in Kewa, 76-81; carbon dates for horticulture in the Highlands, 369-71.
  • New Zealand: Maori-pakeha racial and role differentiation, 425-41.
  • Newbury, Colin. Aspects of cultural change in French Polynesia: the decline of the Ari'i, 7-26; Te hau pahu rahi: Pomare II and the concept of inter-island government in Eastern Polynesia, 472-507 appends.
  • Newman, Philip L. Gods, ghosts and men in Melanesia, eds. P. Lawrence and M. J. Meggitt, 379-82.
  • Newton, W. F. The early population of the Ellice Islands, 197-204.
  • Ngatimamoe: prehistorical account, 47-75, plate.
  • Nukuoro: archaeological assemblage, 177-96.
  • Ocean Island: stalactite fish-hooks, 414-24, plates.
  • Oppenheim, Roger. Anthropological approaches to the study of religion, ed. Michael Banton, 243-6.
  • Orchiston, D. Wayne. Preserved human heads of the New Zealand Maoris, 297-329.
  • Pacific: sweet potato origins, 219-21; commentary, 205-14.
  • Pai Marire: or Hauhauism, 35-6.
  • Parr, C. J. Before the Pai Marire, 35-46; Richard Taylor: missionary tramper, by A. D. Mead, 390-1.
  • Pawley, Andrew. The relationships of Polynesian outlier languages, 259-96, map.
  • Pearce, G. L. The Kapiti coast: Maori tribal history and place names of the Paekakariki-Otaki district, by W. C. Carkeek, 521-2.
  • Penfold, Merimeri. Tamariki: our children today, by Katarina Mataira, 112.
  • Peters, K. M. with J. M. Davidson, R. C. Green and A. G. Buist. Additional radiocarbon dates for Western Polynesia, 223-30.
  • Piddington, Ralph. The world of the first Australians, by R. M. and C. H. Berndt, 239-40.
  • Pierce, Bernard F. The Maori in the New Zealand economy, 110-2; a case study of Maori work attendance, 404-13.
  • Polynesian Outliers: linguistics, 259-96, map.
  • Pomare II, 472-507, appends.
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  • Pouwer, J. The Merok feast of the Sa'dan Toradja, by H. Van Der Veen, 104-8.
  • Prichard-Waetford Report: inquiry into Maori land, 205-14.
  • Rambi Island: participation by proxy, 215-7.
  • Riebe, Inge. Anthropomorphic stone carvings on Unea Island, 374-8, plate.
  • Salisbury, Richard F. The journal of the Papua and New Guinea Society, 511-13.
  • Schmitt, Robert C. The missionary “censuses” of Tahiti, 1797-1830, 27-34; How many Hawaiians? 462-70.
  • Shapiro, Harry L. Studien über seelenvorstellungen in Ozeanien, by Hans Fischer, 247-9.
  • Sharp, Andrew. The Pacific basin: a history of its geographical exploration, ed. Herman R. Friis, 508-10.
  • Shawcross, Kathleen. Narrative of a residence in New Zealand. Journal of a residence in Tristan da Cunha, by Augustus Earle, 231-8; Fern-root, and the total scheme of 18th century Maori food production in agricultural areas, 330-52.
  • Silverman, Martin G. Participation by proxy, 215-7.
  • Simmons, D. R. A note on the Lake Hauroko burial, 367-8, plate.
  • Solomon Islands: drawings from the Surville expedition, 454-61, plates.
  • Strathern, Marilyn. The Popot feast cycle, by John-Erik Elmberg, 386-7.
  • Tahiti: missionary censuses, 27-34.
  • Tarling, Nicholas. Francisco Vieira de Figueiredo: a Portuguese merchant-adventurer in South East Asia, 1624-1667, by C. R. Boxer, 514-5.
  • Thompson, Richard and Eugene L. Hartley. Racial differentiation and role differentiation, 425-41.
  • Unea Island: anthropomorphic stone carvings, 374-8, plates.
  • Walch, David B. The historical development of the Hawaiian alphabet, 353-66.
  • Walker, R. J. Maori and Pakeha: a study of mixed marriages in New Zealand, by John Harré, 113-5; Housing and welfare needs of islanders in Auckland, by J. R. McCreary, 391-2.
  • Western Polynesia: radiocarbon dates, 223-30.
  • Wheeler, J. M. with J. Golson, R. J. Lampert and W. R. Ambrose. A note on carbon dates for horticulture in the New Guinea Highlands, 369-71.
  • Yasuda, Ayako. Hikyō Tonga Ōkoku (The kingdom of Tonga), by Machiko Aoyagi, 110.
  • Yengoyan, Aram A. Readings in Australian and Pacific anthropology, eds. I. Hogbin and L. R. Hiatt, 241-2.

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