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  • Archer, Dane and James E. Ritchie. The Semai: A Non-violent People of Malaya, by Robert Knox Dentan, 275-277.
  • Bathgate, Murray. Maori River and Ocean Going Craft in Southern New Zealand, 344-377, figs., maps.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Archaeology on Rarotonga and Aitutaki, Cook Islands: A Preliminary Report, 517-530, maps, plate.
  • Butterworth, Ruth. Fiji Goes to the Polls: The Crucial Legislative Council Elections of 1963, by Norman Meller and James Anthony, 435-436.
  • Chapple, D. L. Hawaii's People (3rd edn), by Andrew W. Lind, 138-140; Studies on Mythology by Robert A. Georges (ed.), 273-274; Burmese Supernaturalism: A Study in the Explanation and Reduction of Suffering by Melford E.Spiro, 538-539.
  • Cochrane, D. G. Choice of Residence in the Solomons and a Focal Land Model, 330-343.
  • Cook Islands: birth and illegitimacy in Rarotonga, 112-122; archaeology on Rarotonga and Aitutaki, 517-530.
  • Coutts, P. J. F. The Maori of Dusky Sound: A Review of the Historical Sources, 178-211, map, appends; Merger or Takeover: A Survey of the Effects of Contact Between European and Maori in the Foveaux Strait Region, 495-516, map.
  • Curson, Peter. Birth and Illegitimacy in Rarotonga, 112-122, figs.
  • Davidson, Janet M. Settlement Patterns in Samoa Before 1840, 44-82; Australian Archaeology, A Guide to Field Techniques, by D. J. Mulvaney (ed.), 142-143.
  • Englert, Father Sebastian: obituary, 124-126.
  • Fiji: stress in Fijian, 531-532.
  • Fischer, J. L. Honorific Speech and Social Structure. A Comparison of Japanese and Ponapean, 417-422.
  • Hamilton, Ian. The Legacy of Guilt: A Life of Thomas Kendall by Judith Binney, 428-434.
  • Hedrick, John and Mary Shutler. Preliminary Report on “Lapita Style” Pottery from Malo Island, Northern New Hebrides, 262-265, plates.
  • Heider, Karl G. Negwa: Eine Papua-Gruppe im Wandel by Hans Fischer, 136-137.
  • Heuer, Berys. Maori Women in Traditional Family and Tribal Life, 448-494.
  • Hohepa, Patrick W. The Accusative-To-Ergative Drift in Polynesian Languages, 295-329, figs.
  • Karetu, Sam. Let's Learn Maori, by Bruce Biggs, 439-440.
  • Keesing, Roger M. Kwaio Word Tabooing in its Cultural Context, 154-177.
  • Key, C. A. Stone Tapa Beater from Vava'a, Tonga: A Correction, 427.
  • King, Anne. A Note on Stress in Fijian, 531-532, plate.
  • Kwaio: see Solomon Islands.
  • Law, Garry. Pits and Kumara Agriculture in the South Island, 223-251, fig., maps.
  • Levy, Robert I. Child Management Structure in Tahitian Families, 35-43.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Hindu-Javanese Musical Instruments by Jaap Kunst, 282-283.
  • Macnab, J. W. Sweet Potatoes and Maori Terraces in the Wellington Area, 83-111, map, plates.
  • McWilliam, A. R. Bulolo: A History of the Bulolo Region, New Guinea
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  • by A. M. Healy; Land Tenure Conversion in the Northern District of Papua, by David Morawetz, 543-544.
  • Malaita: see Solomon Islands.
  • Malo Island: see New Hebrides.
  • Maoris: sweet potatoes, and Maori terraces, 83-111; Maoris of Dusky Sound, 178-211; pits and kumara agriculture in the South Island, 223-251; culture nomenclature based on tradition, 252-258; significance of karaka, 259-261; moahunter adzes, 266-268; river and ocean-going craft in southern New Zealand, 344-377; imagery, symbolism and social values in Maori chants, 378-404; proper names in myth and tradition, 405-416; an obsidian spear head found in the Bay of Plenty, 422-425; Tasman Bay rock carvings, 426-427; women in traditional family and tribal life, 448-494; contact with Europeans in Foveaux Strait region, 495-516; stone pataka, Rotokakahi, 534-535.
  • Mataira, Katarina. The Art of Taaniko Weaving, by S. M. Mead, 544-545.
  • Mead, S. M. Imagery, Symbolism and Social Values in Maori Chants, 378-404.
  • Miller, Sharon. Tasman Bay Rock Carvings, 426-427, fig.
  • Mitcalfe, Barry. The Significance of Karaka in an Assessment of Pre-European Land Utilisation, 259-261.
  • Mulloy, William, Obituary: Father Sebastian Englert, 123-126, plate.
  • New Hebrides: ‘lapita style’ pottery from Malo Island, 262-265.
  • New Zealand: economic change in New Zealand prehistory, 3-34; see also Maoris.
  • Obituary: Father Sebastian Englert, 124-126.
  • Oliver, Douglas. Bibliographie de Tahiti et de la Polynésie Française, by Patrick O'Reilly and Edouard Reitman (eds), 539-540.
  • Oppenheim, Roger. Visual Anthropology: Photography as a Research Method, by John Collier, Jnr, 545-546.
  • Pawley, Andrew. Samoan Dictionary: Samoan-English, English-Samoan, by G. B. Milner, 283-286.
  • Pearce, G. L. Two Remarkably Similar Moa-Hunter Adzes, 266-268, fig.
  • Peterson, Nicolas. Winbaraku and the Myth of Jarapiri, by C. P. Mountford, 141-142.
  • Piddington, Ralph. Inquest on the Murngin, by J. A. Barnes, 437-438.
  • Pitt, David. Samoana: A Personal Story of the Samoan Islands, by C. G. A. McKay, 275; Pacific Market Places, by H. C. Brookfield (ed.), 541.
  • Ploeg, Anton. Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People by Roy A. Rappaport, 271-273.
  • Polynesia: accusative-to-ergative drift in Polynesian languages, 295-329.
  • Ponape: honorific speech, 417-422.
  • Rarotonga: see Cook Islands.
  • Ritchie, James E. The Pattern of New Zealand Culture, by A. L. McLeod (ed.), 140-141; Surfing the Sport of Hawaiian Kings, by Ben R. Finney and James D. Houston, 279; Gardens of War: Life and Death in the New Guinea Stone Age, by Robert Gardner and Karl G. Heider, 536-538.
  • Ritchie, James E. and Dane Archer. The Semai: A Non-violent People of Malaya, by Robert Knox Dentan, 275-277.
  • Robb, James. American Kinship: A Cultural Account, by David M. Schneider, 269-270.
  • Roberton, J. B. W. A Culture Nomenclature Based on Tradition, 252-258.
  • Rogers, Garth. Some Comments on the “Report on the Results of the 1966 Census”, Kingdom of Tonga, 1968, 212-222.
  • Roth, Herbert. A Bibliography of Fiji, Tonga and Rotuma, by Philip A. Snow, 441-443.
  • Roy, W. T. Problems of Smaller Territories, by Burton Benedict (ed.), 280.
  • Samoa: settlement patterns, 44-82.
  • Scott, Andrew. An Obsidian Spear Head Found in the Bay of Plenty, 422-425, fig.
  • Shutler, Mary and John Hedrick. Preliminary Report on “Lapita Style” Pottery from Malo Island, Northern New Hebrides, 262-265, plates.
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  • Silverstone, B. D. J. New Guinean Entrepreneurs, by B. R. Finney, 542; Papuan Entrepreneurs, by R. G. Crocombe et al., 542.
  • Simmons, D. R. Economic Change in New Zealand Prehistory, 3-34, fig., map.
  • Skinner, H. D. Fragment of a Carved Box from Vava'u, 533, fig.
  • Solomon Islands: Kwaio word tabooing, 154-177; choice of residence and a focal land model, 330-343.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. The Shadow of the Land: A Study of British Policy and Racial Conflict in New Zealand 1832-1852, by Ian Wards, 280-282.
  • Stokes, Evelyn. Search for New Guinea's Boundaries: From Torres Strait to the Pacific, by Paul W. van der Veur; Documents and Correspondence on New Guinea's Boundaries, by Paul W. van der Veur (comp.), 138.
  • Swain, David. Adolescents in Society: Selected Sources in Personal and Social Relationships, by Anne McCreary-Juhasz and George Szasz, 277-279.
  • Tahiti: child management, 35-43.
  • Taylor, R. M. S. Cranial and Post-cranial Skeletal Remains from Easter Island, by Rupert Ivan Murrill, 144.
  • Tonga: comment on “Report on the Results of the 1966 Census”, 212-222; stone tapa beater from Vava'u: a correction, 427; fragment of a carved box from Vava'u, 533.
  • Walker, R. J. Proper Names in Maori Myth and Tradition, 405-416.
  • Walsh, D. S. Language in Culture and Society: A Reader in Linguistics and Anthropology by Dell Hymes (ed.), 145-146.
  • Watt, C. Notice of a Stone Pataka, Rotokakahi, 534-535, plate.
  • Yengoyan, Aram, Aboriginal Habitat and Economy, by Roger Lawrence, 438-439.

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