Volume 80 1971 > Index to Volume 80, p 533 - 536
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INDEX TO VOLUME 80
  • Allen, Bryant. Wet field Taro Terraces on Mangaia, Cook Islands, 371-8. maps.
  • Annual General Meeting, 1970: Minutes 396-7.
  • Anuta: position in subgrouping of Polynesias Languages, 355-70.
  • Ayres, William S. Radiocarbon Dates from Easter Island, 497-504, fig.
  • Chapple, D. L. Inis Beag: Isle of Ireland, by John C. Messenger, 389-90.
  • Cook Islands: wet-field taro terraces on Mangaia, 371-8.
  • Coutts, P. J. F. Greenstone: The Prehistoric Exploitation of Bowenite from Anita Bay, Milford Sound, 42-73, maps, figs., plate; Archaeological Studies at Martin's Bay, 170-203, map, figs., plate, appends.
  • Crocombe, R. G. Vunaniami: Economic Transformation in a Traditional Society, by Richard F. Salisbury, 263-4; Koro: Economic Development and Social Change in Fiji, by R. F. Watters, 505-20.
  • Dickinson, William R. Temper Sands in Lapita-Style Potsheds in Malo, 244-6.
  • Duncan, Leith. Thinking about Australian Aboriginal Welfare, by Ronald M. Berndt, 262-3.
  • Dyen, Isidore. Die Palau-Sprache und ihre Stellung zu anderen indonesichen Sprachen, by Klaus Pätzold, 247-58.
  • Easter Island: radiocarbon dates, 497-504.
  • Fairbairn, I. J. Pacific Island Economies, 74-118.
  • Fiji: dialect divisions, 405-36; kinship terminology, 480-4.
  • Freeman, Carl. Inheritors of a Dream: A Pictorial History of New Zealand, by Dick Scott, 143-4.
  • Freeman, Derek. Culture and Biological Man: Explorations in Behavioral Anthropology, by Eliot D. Chapple, 387-8.
  • Goodman, Richard A. Some Aitu Beliefs of Modern Samoans, 463-79.
  • Green, R. C. [Reports on Archaeology], by Dept. of Lands and Natural Resources, Hawaii, 137-9; Anuta's Position in the Subgrouping of Polynesian, Languages, 355-70, appends.
  • Groube, L. M. Tonga, Lapita Pottery, and Polynesian Origins, 278-316, figs.
  • Harker, R. K. Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors in Maori Academic Attainment, 20-41.
  • Harwood, Alan. Witchcraft Confessions and Accusations, by Mary Douglas, 523-5.
  • Hau'ofa, Epeli. Mekeo Chieftainship, 152-69.
  • Hawaii: Halawa dune site, 228-36; precensal population, 237-43; fossil sweet potato remains, 379-85.
  • Hedrick, John. Lapita Style Pottery from Malo Island, 5-19, maps, figs., plate, appends.
  • Heider, Karl G. Government in Wanggulam, by Anton Ploeg, 521-3.
  • Hooper Antony. Of Islands and Men: Studies in Pacific History, by H. E. Maude, 525-6; Tahitian Journal, by George Biddle, 527.
  • Huntsman, Judith W. Concepts of Kinship and Categories of Kinsmen in the Tokelau Islands, 317-54, figs; Samoa 1830-1900: The Politics of a Multi-Cultural Community, by R. P. Gilson, 391-4.
  • Jackson, Graham. Huli of Papua: A Cognatic Descent System, by Robert M. Glasse, 119-32; The Melanesian Cargo Cult, by Palle Christiansen, 144.
  • Kawharu, I. H. Capitalism, Primitive and Modern, by T. Scarlett Epstein, 390-1.
  • Kirch, Patrick Vinton. Halawa Dune Site (Hawaiian Islands): A Preliminary Report, 228-36, map, fig., plates.
  • Lewis, David. A Return Voyage Between Puluwat and Saipan Using Micronesian Navigational Techniques, 437-48, map, fig., plate.
  • McCoy, Patrick C. Island at the Center of the World: New Light on Easter Island, by Sebastian Englert, 259-60.
  • Malo Island: see New Hebrides.
  • Mangaia see Cook Islands.
  • Maoris: socio-economic and cultural factors in academic attainment, 20-41; exploitation of Bowenite from Anita Bay, Milford Sound, 42-73; archaeology at Martin's Bay, 171-203.
  • Mead, Sydney M. An Analysis of Form and Decoration In Polynesian Adze Hafts, 485-96, figs.
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  • Micronesia: the “poi of the meeting” [Puluwat], 217-27; navigational techniques, 437-48.
  • Morrison, S. R. Understanding our Culture, by Wendell H. Oswalt, 144-5.
  • Nelson, H. E. Disease, Demography, and The Evolution of Social Structure In Highland New Guinea, 204-16, figs.
  • New Guinea: Mekeo chieftainship, 152-169; disease, demography, and social structure in Highland New Guinea, 204-16; Wiru and Daribi matrilateral payments, 449-62.
  • New Hebrides: Lapita-style pottery from Malo Island, 5-19; temper sands in Lapita-style potsherds in Malo, 244-6.
  • Oppenheim, R. S. World Catalogue of Theses on the Pacific Islands, by Diane Dickson and Carol Dossor (eds.): 145-6.
  • Pacific: economics, 74-118.
  • Pawley, Andrew and Timoci Sayaba. Fijian Dialect Divisions Eastern and Western Fijian, 405-36, map, figs.
  • Polynesia: form and decoration in adze hafts, 485-96.
  • Puluwat: see Micronesia.
  • Ravuvu, Asesela. Dependency as a Determinant of Kinship Terminology, 480-84.
  • Riesenberg, Saul H. and Samuel H. Elbert. The Poi Of The Meeting, 217-27.
  • Ritchie, James E. Mental Health Research in Asia and the Pacific, by William Caudill and Tsung-Yi Lin (eds.), 265-70.
  • Roe, Noel. The Island of Lanai, by Kenneth P. Emory; Social Organization of Manua, by Margaret Mead; Dog and Man in the Ancient Pacific, by Margaret Titcomb, 142-3.
  • Rosendahl, Paul and D. E. Yen. Fossil Sweet Potato Remains From Hawaii, 379-85, map, plate.
  • Samoa: aitu beliefs, 463-79.
  • Schmitt, Robert C. New Estimates of the Pre-Censal Population of Hawaii, 237-43.
  • Shawcross, Kathleen. French Explorers in the Pacific, Vol. 2. The Nineteenth Century, by John Dunmore, 133-6.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. There Was A Taranaki Land League, by Edward Hill, 136-7.
  • Stokes, Evelyn. The Search for the Islands of Solomon 1567-1838, by Colin Jack-Hinton, 394; The Journal of Prince Alexander Liholiho: The Voyages Made to the United States, England and France in 1849-1850, by Jacob Adler, (ed.), 527-8; Demographic Statistics of Hawaii: 1778-1965, by Robert C. Schmitt, 528-9.
  • Strathern, Andrew. Wiru and Daribi Matrilateral Payments, 449-62, figs.
  • Terrell, John. World Archaeology, by Colin Platt 139-41.
  • Tokelau Islands: concepts of kinship and categories of kinsmen, 317-54.
  • Tonga: Lapita pottery and Polynesian origins, 278-316.
  • Trotter, Michael. Hawaiian Petroglyphs, by J. Halley Cox and Edward Stasack, 394-5; Aboriginal Stone Pictures in Eastern Arnhem Land, by C. C. MacKnight and W. J. Gray, 529.
  • Wallace, Charlotte. Captain Cook: Navigator and Scientist, by G. M. Badger (ed.), 261-2.

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