Volume 77 1968 > Index to Vol LXXVII, p 459 - 464
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  • Appell, G. N. The Dusun: A North Borneo Society, by Thomas Rhys Williams, 100-1.
  • Batley, R. A. L. A Pottery Cooking Vessel from Mono Island, 74-6, plate.
  • Bellwood, P. S. Archaeology at the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress, by Wilhelm G. Solheim, 451-4.
  • Bellwood, T. S. Favourite Maori Legends, by A. W. Reed, 456.
  • Birks, Lawrence and Helen. Early Pottery Objects from Fiji, 296-9, plates.
  • Braithwaite, E. W. Teachers in the Urban Community, by Penelope and Karol van der Veur, 316-7.
  • Bulmer, R. N. H. And M. J. Tyler. Karam Classification of Frogs, 333-85, appends.
  • Caroline Islands: see Nukuoro.
  • Couper, A. D. Protest Movements and Proto-Cooperatives in the Pacific Islands, 263-74.
  • Criper, Clive. The Flamingo Bay Dialect of the Asmat Language, by C. L. Voorhoeve, Grammar of the Sentani Language, by H. K. J. Cowan, Outline of Dani Morphology, by P. A. M. Van der Stap, 104-7.
  • Davidson, J. M. A Wooden Image from Nukuoro in the Auckland Museum, 77-9, plates.
  • Duff, Roger. Stone Adzes from Raoul, Kermadec Islands, 386-401 figs.
  • Eastern Polynesia: borrowing and taboo, 57-73, figs.
  • Fiji: early pottery objects, 296-9; Sir Arthur Gordon, 6-32.
  • France, Peter. The Founding of an Orthodoxy: Sir Arthur Gordon and the Doctrine of the Fijian Way of Life, 6-32, plates.
  • Frazer, Roger. Let Me Enjoy: Essays Partly Geographical, by O. H. K. Spate, 195-6.
  • Giles, Eugene and Richard Pearson. The VIIIth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Tokyo and Kyoto, September 1968,431-8.
  • Gordon, Sir Arthur. The Founding of an Orthodoxy, 6-32.
  • Guam: radiocarbon dates, 80-2.
  • Gunson, Niel. Presses of the Pacific Islands, 1817-1867: A History of the First Half Century of Printing in the Pacific Islands, by Richard E. Lingenfelter with woodcuts by Edgar Dorsey Taylor, 449-50.
  • Hale, Kenneth. A Profile Generative Grammar of Maori, by Patrick W. Hohepa, 83-99.
  • Handy, E. S. C. Traces of Totemism in Polynesia: Theories of Embodiment of Tutelary Spirits in Animate and Inanimate Forms, 43-56.
  • Harré, John. A Model for the Analysis of Island Emigration, 177-86; Tribesmen, by Marshall D. Sahlins, 444; Pitcairn Island, by David Silverman, 445.
  • Hawaii: totemism, 43-56; kapu system, 402-30.
  • Higham, Charles. Prehistoric Culture in Oceania: A Symposium, by I. Yawata and Y. H. Sinoto (eds.), 450-1.
  • Jackson, Michael. Some Structural Considerations of Maori Myth, 147-62.
  • Johnson, D. D. American Activities in the Central Pacific 1790-1870, by R. Gerard Ward (ed.), 193-5.
  • Johnson, Olive. Journal of a Cruise Among the Islands of the Western Pacific, by John Elphinstone Erskine; A Footnote to History: Eight Years of Trouble in Samoa, by Robert Louis Stevenson; The Fijians: A Study of the Decay of Custom, by Basil Thomson, 448-9.
  • Karam: see New Guinea.
  • Kermadec Islands: stone adzes, 386-401.
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  • Kernot, B. The Changing Role of the Leader in Maori Society. A Study in Social Change and Race Relations, by Maharaia Winiata, 321-2.
  • Key, C. A. Ceramics and Man, by Frederick R. Matson, (ed.), 454-6.
  • Koch, K. F. On “Possession” Behaviour in New Guinea, 135-46.
  • Kuki, Hiroshi. Minami Taiheiyoo no Kansyoo ni to (“On an Atoll in the South Pacific”), by Sachiko Hatanaka, 107-8.
  • Larson, E. H. Tikopian Labour Migration to the Russell Islands, 163-76, map.
  • Levin, S. S. The Overthrow of the Kapu System in Hawaii, 402-30.
  • Levy, R. I. Tahiti Observed: Early European Impressions of Tahitian Personal Style, 33-42.
  • Maenge: see New Guinea.
  • Maoris: myth, 147-62; mummification, 186-90; music, 213-41.
  • McCormick, E. H. The Journals of Captain James Cook. Vol. 3. The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780, by J. C. Beaglehole (ed.), 439-43.
  • McLean, Mervyn. An Investigation of the Open Tube Maori Flute or Kooauau, 213-41, figs; Music in New Guinea, by Jaap Kunst, 445-6.
  • Mead, S. M. The Maoris of New Zealand, by Joan Metge, 108-10; Te Arawa: A History of the Arawa People, by D. M. Stafford, 203-5; The Ring of Fire: Vol. 1, Polynesian Art, by Edward Dodd, 319-21.
  • Mono Island: see Solomon Is.
  • Morrison, S. R. Cricket Walkabout, by D. J. Mulvaney, 104.
  • New Britain: see Watom I.
  • New Guinea: “possession” behaviour among the Jalè, 135-46; the notion of double self among the Maenge, 275-95; Karam classification of frogs, 333-85.
  • Niue: political development, 242-62.
  • Nukuoro: a wooden image in Auckland Museum, 77-9, plates.
  • Oppenheim, R. S. Administration in New Zealand's Multi-Racial Society, by R. H. Brookes and I. H. Kawharu (eds.), 205-7.
  • Orchiston, D. W. The Practice of Mummification among the New Zealand Maori, 186-90.
  • Panoff, Michel. The Notion of Double Self Among the Maenge, 275-95.
  • Parker, R. H. Archaeological Excavations in Thailand, by Per Sorenson, and Tove Hatting, 307-13.
  • Parsons, Roger. Self-Determination and Political Development in Niue, 242-62.
  • Pearson, Richard and Eugene Giles. The VIIIth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Tokyo and Kyoto, September 1968,431-8.
  • Pitcairn Island: emigration, 177-86.
  • Reay, Marie. Sorcery in its Social Setting, by M. G. Marwick, 198-201.
  • Reinman, F. M. Radiocarbon Dates from Guam, Marianas Islands, 80-2.
  • Russell Islands: see Solomon Islands.
  • Ryan, Dawn. Housekeeping Among Malay Peasants, by Rosemary Firth, 101-2.
  • Sharp, Andrew. Sea Routes to Polynesia, by Thor Heyerdahl, 317-9; A Voyage Round the World, by Archibald Campbell, 447-8.
  • Solomon Islands: pottery cooking vessel from Mono I., 74-6; Tikopian labour migration to the Russell Is., 163-76.
  • Specht, Jim. Preliminary Report of Excavations on Watom Island, 117-34, maps, plates.
  • Strathern, Andrew. Male Cults and Secret Initiations in Melanesia, by M. R. Allen, 102-3.
  • Swain, D. A. Themes in Economic Anthropology, by Michael Banton (ed.), 201-2.
  • Tahiti: early European impressions of Tahitian personal style, 33-42.
  • Tikopia: see Solomon Islands.
  • Timms, Duncan. Methodology in Social Research, by Hubert M. Blalock and Anne B. Blalock (eds), 314-6.
  • Totemism: traces of totemism in Polynesia, 43-56.
  • Tyler, M. J. And R. N. H. Bulmer. Karam Classification of Frogs, 333-85, appends.
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  • Ward, R. G. War and Politics in New Zealand, 1855-1870, by B. J. Dalton, 323-4.
  • Watom Island: excavations on, 117-34.
  • Watters, R. F. L'Homme dans le Pacifique Sud, by Francois Doumenge, 197.
  • White, R. G. Borrowing and Taboo in Eastern Polynesia, 57-73, figs.
Compiled by John Preston.

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