Volume 88 1979 > Index to Volume 88, p 481-482
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- 481 INDEX TO VOLUME 88
  • Alkire, William H. The Book of Luelen, by Luelen Bernart, and Annotations to the Book of Luelen, by John L. Fisher, Saul H. Riesenberg and Marjorie G. Whiting, 215-7.
  • Baddeley, Josephine. Cook Islands Politics: The Inside Story, ed R.C. Crocombe, 461-3.
  • Ballara, Angela. Settlement Patterns in the Early European Maori Phase of Maori Society, 199-213.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Tiromoana pa, Te A wanga, Hawkes's Bay, Excavations 1974-5. by Aileen Fox, 222-3.
  • Bender, Byron W. The Marshallese Language: A Study of its Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax, by Francois-Xavier Nicholas Zewen, 118-20.
  • Bulmer, Susan. Prehistory of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea, by Virginia Drew Watson and J. David Cole, 359-62.
  • Butts, D.J. Motueka – An Archaeological Survey, by Aidan J. Challis, 219-21.
  • Caroline Islands: double descent in, 177-198.
  • Damas, David. Double Descent in the Eastern Carolines, 177-98.
  • Diamond, Jared M. Birds of My Kalam Country, by Ian Saem Majnep and Ralph Bulmer, 116-7.
  • Dye, T.S. see Kirch, P.V.
  • Feinberg, Richard. Kindred and Alliance on Anuta Island, 327-48, figs, table.
  • Ford, John Bevan, Warea Carving 1976, 433-59, figs.
  • *Goldsmith, Michael. A new Kind of Sugar: Tourism in the Pacific, eds Ben R. Finney and Karen Ann Watson, and The Social and Economic Impact of Tourism on Pacific Communities, ed Bryan M. Farrell, and Source Materials for Pacific Tourism, eds Dianne Reid Ross and Bryan M. Farrell, 466-8.
  • Green, Roger. Design work as shown on Bougainville arrows and spears, by A.H. Voyce, 230-1; The A Kivi-vai Teka Complex and its Relationship to Easter Island Architectural Prehistory, by William Mulloy and Gonzalo Figueroa, 463-5.
  • Howard, Alan. The Power to Heal in Colonial Rotuma, 243-75.
  • Howard, Alan. Rotuma: Split Island, ed. Chris Plant, 354-5.
  • Howe, K.R. Les chefferies de Maré (Nouvelle-Calédonie): Etude d'ethnohistoire, confrontation des traditions autochtones et des documents européens, and Mythes et traditions de Maré, Nouvelle-Calédonie: les Eletok, by Marie-Joseph Dubois, 100-4.
  • *Hunt, Terry L. Ring-Ditch Fortifications in the Rewa Delta, Fiji: Air Photo Interpretation and Analysis, by John T. Parry, 468-9.
  • Kennedy, Jean. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric Periods, by Patrick Carlton McCoy, 469-72.
  • Kirch, P.V. and T.S. Dye. Ethno-Archaelogy and the Development of Polynesian Fishing Strategies, 53-76, figs, tables.
  • Lacey, Roderic. Holders of the Way: A Study in Precolonial Socio-economic History in Papua New Guinea, 277-325, figs, appends, table.
  • Lawrence, Peter. Prophets of Melanesia, ed, Gary Trompe, 357-9.
  • Laracy, Hugh. God's Gentlemen: A History of the Melanesian Mission, 1849-1942, by David Hilliard, 472-3.
  • Leach, Helen. Economic and Social Organization of a Complex Chiefdom: The Halelea District, Kaua'i Hawaii, by Timothy Earle, 473-5.
  • LeRoy, John. Competitive Exchange in Kewa, 5-35, figs, tables.
  • LeRoy, John D. Etoro Social Structure: A Study in Structural Contradictions, by Raymond C. Kelly; and The Sorrow of the Lonely and the Burning of the Dancers, by Edward L. Schieffelin, 109-16.
  • Lingenfelter, Sherwood W. Yap Eating Classes: A Study of Structure and Communitas, 415-32, table.
  • MacNaught, Timothy J. Grass Huts and Warehouses: Pacific Beach Communities of the Nineteenth Century. by Caroline Ralston, 356-7.
  • Maori settlement patterns in the early European phase 199-213, history — John White and Percy Smith at work 375 413. Warg carving 433-459.
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  • Marcus, George E. Our Crowded Islands, by Epeli Hau'ofa, 223-5.
  • Marshall, Mac. Fáánakkar: Cultural Values in Micronesian Society. By John L. Caughey, 217-9.
  • McCoy, Patrick C. Obituary: Bill Mulloy, 373-4. McLean, Mervyn. Festival Music from the Solomon Islands: The Bamboo Band and the Pan-pipes, and Festival Music from Hawaii: The Hawaiian Festival Contingent, and Festival Music from Western Samoa: The Western Samoa Festival Performers, and Festival Music from the Cook Islands: Cook Islands National Arts Theatre, and Festival Music from Tonga: The Tongan Festival Contingent. 231-3.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Polyphonies des Iles Salomon (Guadalcanal et Savo), 362-3.
  • Melanesia: see Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands.
  • Micronesia: see Caroline Islands, Yap.
  • Miranda, Rocky V. Fiji Hindi A Basic Course and Reference Grammar, by Rodney F. Moag, 353-4.
  • Niuatoputapu. see Tonga.
  • Orbell, Margaret. Directions in Pacific Traditional Literature: Essays in Honor of Katherine Luomala, by Adrienne L. Kaeppler and H. Arlo Nimmo, 106-9.
  • Polynesia: ethno-archaeology and the development of Polynesian Fishing Strategies, 53-76 see also Maori, Rotuma, Samoa, Tonga.
  • Papua New Guinea: competitive exchange in Kewa, 9-35, the Melpa Amb Kor cult 37-51, sexual pollution 77-97, socio-economic history 277-325.
  • Park, G.S. Artificial Curiosities: An Exposition of Native Manufactures Collected on the Three Pacific Voyages of Captain James Cook, R.N., by Adrienne L. Kaeppler, 351-2.
  • Rotuma: the power to heal 243-275.
  • Samoa: port town village organisation 127-175.
  • Solomon Islands: kindred and alliance on Anuta, 327-348.
  • St Clair, Robert N. Kapingamarangi Lexicon, by Michael D. Lieber and Kalio H. Dikepa, 227-8; A Generative Syntax of Luangiua, a Polynesian Language. By Anne Salmond, 227, 300.
  • Shankman, Paul. Community Development in Western Samoa: Survey of a Project Form and its Implementation, by Hans Gullestrup, 99-100.
  • Sillitoe, Paul. Man-Eating Women: Fears of Sexual Pollution in the Papua New Guinea Highlands, 77-97, append.
  • Simmons, D.R. Symbols of Sovereignty: Feather Girdles of Tahiti and Hawai'i, By Roger G. Rose, 475-7; Cook Voyage Artefacts in Leningrad, Berne, and Florence Museums, by Adrienne L. Kaeppler, 477-8.
  • Smithyman, Kendrick. Making History: John White and S. Percy Smith at Work, 375-413.
  • Strathern, Andrew. Men's House, Women's House: The Efficacy of Opposition, Reversal, and Pairing, in the Melpa Amb Kor cult, 37-51.
  • Strathern, Andrew. The Leaders and the Led: Social Control in Wogeo, New Guinea, by Ian Hogbin, 349-51.
  • Thomson, N.P. The History of the Balawaia, by John A. Kolia, 225-7.
  • Tiffany, Sharon W. Port Town Village Organisation in Western Samoa, 127-75, figs, appends, tables.
  • Tonga. ethno-archaeology and the development of Polynesian fishing strategies, 53-76.
  • Wetherell, David. The Loyalty Islands: A History of Culture Contacts, 1840-1900, by K.R. Howe, 104-6.
  • Yap. Yap Eating Classes, 415-432.
ERRATA

203, -5, -7, -9, -11, for Ballera, read Ballara.

pp. 467-9. Parry, John T. Ring-Ditch Fortifications in the Rewa Delta: Air Photo Interpretation and Analysis.

Part of this review has been displaced from p.469 to p.467. These reviews will be reprinted in a forthcoming issue.