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  • Alkire, William H. see Fujimura.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1976 Minutes, 145-7; 1977 Minutes, 439-40.
  • Barthel, Thomas S. Review by Thor Heyerdahl of Das Achte Land, 535.
  • Beckerman, Stephen. Protein and Population in Tropical Polynesia, 73-9, figs.
  • Bellona: History and oral traditions, 85-95.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Prehistory of the Southern Cook Islands, ed. M.M. Trotter, 137-8; Southeast Solomon Islands Cultural History: A Preliminary Survey, eds. R.C. Green and M.M. Cresswell, 421-3.
  • Best, Simon. The Maori Adze: An Explanation for Change, 307-37, figs., plates.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Dictionary of the Language of Rennell and Bellona, by S.H. Elbert, 546-9.
  • Borthwick, Mark and Jan Takayama. Pottery from Fefan Island, Truk, Caroline Islands, 271.
  • Bowers, Nancy. Kapauku Numeration: Reckoning, Racism, Scholarship, and Melanesian Counting Systems, 105-116; No Money on Our Skins: Hagen Migrants in Port Moresby, by M. Strathern, 436-8.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Anthropology in the New Guinea Highlands: an Annotated Bibliography, by T.E. Hayes, 280-1.
  • Caroline Islands: Pottery (Truk), 271; Atoll excavations, 413-4; Kinship (Namonuito), 513-9.
  • Charlot, John. The Application of Form and Redaction Criticism to Hawaiian Literature, 479-501.
  • Chung, Sandra. Maori as an Accusative Language, 355-70; Aspects of Proto-Polynesian Syntax, by R. Clark, 537-40.
  • Clark, Ross. Grammaire approfondie de la langue tahitienne (ancienne et moderne), by H. Coppenrath and P. Prévost, and Nā roto tātou i te reo Tahiti: Manuel de tahitien moderne, by P. Prévost, 540-4.
  • Coutts, Peter J.F. Archaeological Studies in Dusky and Breakwater Sounds, South-Western Fiordland, New Zealand: A Summary, 37-71, figs, plate.
  • Crawford, R.J. Missionary Accounts of Fofō Mo'omo'o, 531-4.
  • Danielsson, Bengt. The Lost Caravel, by R. Langdon, 117-24.
  • Devonshire, Charles. Origin of a Maramataka, 81-3, figs.
  • Dougherty, Janet W.D. Reduplication in West Futuna, 207-21.
  • Easter Island (Rapanui): Language, 7-25; comments on review by Heyerdahl, 535.
  • Fitzgerald, Thomas K. Cultural Differences in the Classroom: The Special Needs of Maoris in Pakeha Schools, by B. Gadd, 420-1; The Maori of New Zealand: Rautahi, by J. Metge, 428-9.
  • Frishberg, Nancy. A Lexicon of Signs from a Polynesian Outlier Island: A Description of 217 Signs as Developed and Used by Kagobai, the only Deaf-mute of Rennell Island, by R. Kuschel, 285-90.
  • Fujimura, Keiko and William H. Alkire. Recent Excavations on Three Atolls in the Caroline Islands: A Note, 413-4.
  • Geddes, William H. Social Individualisation on Tabiteuea Atoll, 371-92, figs.
  • Gewertz, Deborah. “On Whom Depends the Action of the Elements”: Debating among the Chambri People of Papua New Guinea, 339-53, figs.
  • Gilbert Islands: Social organisation (Tabiteuea), 371-92.
  • Grossman, Lawrence S. Akuna: A New Guinea Village Community, by B.M. Dutoit, 274-5.
  • Guy, J.B.M. On the Origin of the Sakao Vowel System (New Hebrides), 97-103.
  • Hage, Per. Centrality in the Kula Ring, 27-36, figs.
  • Hamp, Eric P. On Polynesian NP and VP Determiners, 411-2.
  • Hanson, F. Allan. Configurations of Cultural Continuity, by B.M. Du Toit, 544-6.
  • Hawaii: Archaeology, 223-44; literature, 479-501.
  • Hecht, Julia. The Invention of Culture, by R. Wagner, 140-1; The Culture of Gender in Pukapuka: Male, Female and the Mayakitanga ‘Sacred Maid’, 183-206, figs.
  • Horrocks, Eleanor. Traditional Marriage and the Impact of Christianity on the Solos of Buka Islands, by A.H. Sarei and Matriliny and Modernisation: The Nagovisi of South Bougainville, by J. Nash, 429-35.
  • Houghton, Philip. Trephination in Oceania, 265-9, fig.
  • Jackson, Michael. Explorations in the Anthropology of Religion: Essays in Honour of Jan van Baal, eds. W.E.A. Van Beek and J.H. Scherer, 139-40.
  • Jorgensen, Dan. Metamorphosis of the Cassowaries: Umeda Society, Language and Ritual, by A. Gell, 277-9.
  • Kuschel, Rolf and Torben Monberg. History and Oral Traditions: A Case Study, 85-95.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Tamate—A King: James Chalmers in New Guinea, 1877-1901, by D. Langmore, 133-4; Mission in the Marianas: An Account of Father- 562 Diego Luis de Sanvitores and his Companions, by /A. de Ledesma/, 134-5; With Captain James Cook in the Antarctic and Pacific: the Private Journal of James Burney, Second Lieutenant of the “Adventure” on Cook's Second Voyage, 1772-3, ed. B. Hooper, 273-4; The Marist Brothers in New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa, by P. Gallagher, 276.
  • Lavondes, Anne. Material Culture of the Tuamotu Archipelago, by K. P. Emory, 125-7.
  • Levine, Hal B. Colonial Town to Melanesian City: Port Moresby 1888-1974, by N.D. Oram, 294-6.
  • Ludvigson, Tomas. Karavar: Masks and Power in a Melanesian Ritual, by F.K. Errington, 418-20.
  • Macdonald, Judith: Po Fananga: Folktales of Tonga, by T.P. Fanua; Animal Stories from Bellona Island (Mungiki), by R. Kuschel; Myths and Legends of Samoa: Tala o le Vavau, by C. Steubel, 127-9.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. Migration and Underdevelopment: The Case of Western Samoa, by P. Shankman, 552-4.
  • Macrae, J.T. Chimbu: Issues in Development, by D. Howlett, et al., 423-5.
  • Maori: Archaeology, 37-71; maramataka, 81-3; adze, 307-37; language, 355-70; mantle, 393-401; 19th century explanations of origin, 449-78.
  • McCoy, Patrick C. The Mauna Kea Adze Quarry Project: A Summary of the 1975 Field Investigations, 223-44, figs.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Nga Moteatea: Traditional Song—Poetry of the Maori Sung by Rangi Te Kura Dewes, 142-3.
  • Monberg, Torben. see Kuschel.
  • Moyle, Richard M. Songs of Bamyili, Songs of Tiwi, Songs of Torres Straits, The First Australians, from Aboriginal Artists Agency, 555-7.
  • Mulloy, Emily Ross and Sergio Alejo Rapu. Possession, Dependence and Responsibility in the Rapanui Language, 7-25, fig.
  • Newbury, Colin. La vie à Tahiti au temps de la reine Pomaré, by P. O'Reilly, 135-6.
  • New Hebrides: Language (Sakao), 97-103; language (W. Futuna), 207-21.
  • Oceania: Trephination, 265-9.
  • Oram, Nigel. Business and Bureaucracy: A Study of Papua New Guinea Businessmen and the Policies of Business Development in Port Moresby, by C.L. Andrews, 417-8.
  • O'Regan, R.S. Labour and Law in Papua New Guinea, by D.W. Smith, 554-5.
  • Papua New Guinea: Kula trade ring, 27-36; counting systems, 105-16; Kapauku numeration, 271-2, Chambri debating. 339-53; oral history (e. highlands), 403-9; food names (Melpa), 503-11.
  • Polynesia: Prehistoric populations, 73-9; language, 411-2, see also Bellona, Easter Island, Hawaii, Maori, Oceania, Pukapuka, Samoa, Tonga.
  • Porter, A.T. D8(Mead): A Study of a Maori Mantle Acquired by Sir Joseph Banks during Cook's First Voyage to New Zealand, 393-401. plates.
  • Pospisil, Leopold and Derek de Solla Price. Papauku Numeration. 271-2.
  • Pukapuka: Culture of gender, 183-206.
  • Rapu, Sergio Alejo. see Mulloy.
  • Rogers, Garth. ‘The Father's Sister is Black’: A Consideration of Female Rank and Power in Tonga, 157-82, figs.: A Midshipman's Journal on board H.M.S. Seringapatam during the Year 1830; containing observations of the Tonga Islands and Other Islands in the South Seas, by J. Orlebar, 290-4; Nā Inoa Hōku. A Catalogue of Hawaiian and Pacific Star Names, by R.K. Johnson and J.K. Mahelona, 425-8.
  • Ross, Harold M. The Sweet Potato in the South-Eastern Solomons, 521-30.
  • Rynkiewich, Michael A. Micronesia at the Crossroads: A Reappraisal of the Micronesian Political Dilemma, by C. Heine, 130-2.
  • Samoa: Missionary reports of medical beliefs, 531-4.
  • Simmons, D.R. Art and Artefacts of the Pacific, Africa and the Americas: The James Hooper Collection, by S. Phelps, 551-2.
  • Skeldon, Ronald. Volcanic Ash, Hailstorms and Crops: Oral History from the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea, 403-9.
  • Smidt, D.A.M. Papua Niugini: Ein Inselstaat im Werden, by C. Kaufmann, 281-5.
  • Solomons: Sweet potato, 521-30.
  • Sorrenson, M.P.K. The Whence of the Maori: Nineteenth Century Exercises in Scientific Method, 449-78.
  • Strathern, A.J. Melpa Food Names as an Expression of Ideas on Identity and Substance, 503-11.
  • Takayama, Jan. see Borthwick.
  • Thomas, John Byron. “Consanguinity” and Filiation on Namonuito Atoll, 513-9.
  • Tonga: Female rank and power, 157-82; early 19th century missionaries, 245-63.
  • Urbanowicz, Charles F. Motives and Methods: Missionaries in Tonga in the Early 19th Century, 245-63.
  • Walsh, A.C. Indo-Fijian Smallfarming: Profiles of a Peasantry, by A.G. Anderson, 415-6.
  • Wilson, Peter J. Meaning in Culture, by F.A. Hanson, 550-1.