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- 647 INDEX TO VOLUME 91
  • Anderson, A. Grant. Rural-Born Fijians and Indo-Fijians in Suva: A Study of Movements and Linkages, by N. Shashikant, 487-9.
  • Anderson, Atholl. Maori Settlement in the Interior of Southern New Zealand from the the Early 18th to Late 19th Centuries A.D., 53-80, figs.; The Tattooed Land: The Southern Frontiers of the Pa Maori, by B. Brailsford, 467-9.
  • Anthropology: Pacific (Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck), 7-27; cognitive extensionism in anthropological thought, 257-97.
  • Anuta: Revision of the archaeological sequence, 245-54; personal names and naming, 581-8.
  • Baddeley, Josephine. Adoption in Rarotonga, 121-37; Sir Albert Henry: His Life and Times, by K. Hancock, 154-5.
  • Ballara, Angela. The Pursuit of Mana? A Re-evaluation of the Process of Land Alienation by the Maori, 1840-1890, 519-39.
  • Baumber, Nigel. Bwaidoka Tales, by M. Young, 170-2.
  • Bedggood, David R. Empire Can Wait: American Opposition to Hawaiian Annexation, 1893-1898, by T. J. Osborne, 482-3.
  • Bender, Byron W. Hawaiian Grammar, by S. H. Elbert and M. K. Puki, 614-19.
  • Best, Simon. Catalogue of Maori Artefacts in the Museums of Canada and the United States of America, by D. R. Simmons, 321-2.
  • Biersack, Aletta. Tongan Exchange Structures: Beyond Descent and Alliance, 181-212, figs.
  • Brown, Cecil H. Growth and Development of Folk Botanical Life-Forms in Polynesian Languages, 213-43, figs.
  • Champion, Ivan. More Controversy on the Route of Torres and de Prado in 1606, 453-4.
  • Charlot, John. William Charles Lunalilo's 'Alekoki as an Example of Cultural Synthesis in 19th Century Hawaiian Literature, 435-44.
  • Chenoweth, Vida. Ethnomusicology: Pacific Issue. Journal of the Society for Ethnomusicology, ed. A. L. Kaeppler, 311-13.
  • Chowning, Anne. Baining Life and Lore, by K. Hesse, in collaboration with T. Aerts, 625-6.
  • Cordy, Ross. Lelū, the Stone City of Kosrae: 1978-1981 Research, 103-119, figs.; The Mariana Islands, by A. A. Marche, 476-7.
  • De Deckker, Paul. Tahiti: La Vie de Chaque Jour, by P. O'Reilly, 636-7.
  • Douglas, Bronwen. “Written on the Ground”. Spatial Symbolism, Cultural Categories and Historical Process in New Caledonia, 383-415.
  • Duncan, Leith. Experimental Voyaging in the Pacific: Review Article of Hokule'a: The Way to Tahiti, by B. R. Finney; Early Man and the Ocean: the Beginnings of Navigation and Seaborne Civilizations, by T. Heyerdahl; Taiki: To the Point of No Return, by K. Knobl; Taratai: A Pacific Adventure, by J. Siers; Taratai II: A Continuing Pacific Adventure, by J. Siers, 455-65.
  • Easter Island: Fused glyphs, 445-7.
  • Edgerly, John E. Surviving Traditional Art of Melanesia, 543-79, figs.
  • Elbert, Samuel H. Lexical Diffusion in Polynesia and the Marquesan-Hawaiian Relationship, 499-517.
  • Feinberg, Richard. Some Observations on a Polynesian Naming System: Personal Names and Naming on Anuta, 581-8.
  • Firth, Raymond. Women's Roles in Tikopia, 255-6.
  • Foley, William A. Syntax and Semantics in Papua New Guinea Languages, ed. K. J. Franklin, 306-9.
  • Fomison, Tony. Prehistoric Rock Art of New Zealand, by M. M. Trotter and B. McCulloch, 166-8.
  • Forster, Honore. Papua New Guinea National Bibliography 1981: March, (comp.) A. Gordon; Mormons in the Pacific, (comp.) R. T. Clement, 619-20.
  • Goddard, Michael. Protest or Experiment? Theories of ‘Cargo Cults’, by P. Hempenstall, 309-10.
  • Graves, Nancy B. People and Cultures of Hawaii: A Psychocultural Profile, eds. J. F. McDermott Jr, W-S. Tseng and T. W. Maretzki, 315-20.
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  • Guiart, Jean. A Polynesian Myth and the Invention of Melanesia, 139-44.
  • Guy, Jacques B. M. Fused Glyphs in the Easter Island Script, 445-7, figs.
  • Hanson, F. Allan. Female Pollution in Polynesia?, 335-81, fig.; Historical Metaphors and Mythical Realities: Structure in the Early History of the Sandwich Islands Kingdom, by M. Sahlins, 595-6.
  • Harlow, Ray. Ngaa Hiikoi Tuatahi, by M. Penfold and L. Holdaway, 638-9.
  • Hawaii: Literature (Lunalilo's 'Alekoki), 435-44
  • Herlihy, Jo. Policy, Process and Outcome in Government: A Study of the Rural Development Programme, by H. Colebatch, 303-6.
  • Holmer, Richard. see Jennings, Jesse D.
  • Intoh, Michiko. Micronesia: Winds of Change. A Book of Readings on Micronesian History, eds. F. X. Hezel and M. L. Berg, 626-7.
  • Jackmond, Gregory. see Jennings, Jesse D.
  • Jennings, Jesse D., Richard Holmer and Gregory Jackmond. Samoan Village Patterns: Four Examples, 81-102, figs.
  • Kirch, Patrick V. A Revision of the Anuta Sequence, 245-54, figs.
  • Langdon, Robert. Tahiti Nui: Change and Survival in French Polynesia, 1767-1945, by C. Newbury, 478-82; État de la Société Tahitienne à l'Arrivée des Européens, by E. de Bovis; Tahitian Society Before the Arrival of the Europeans, by E. de Bovis, translation and introduction by R. D. Craig, 608-10.
  • Lange, Raeburn. Samuel Williams of Te Aute, by S. M. Woods, 169.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Slavers in Paradise: The Peruvian Labour Trade in Polynesia, 1862-1864, by H. E. Maude, 477-8.
  • Larmour, Peter. The Island States of the Pacific and Indian Oceans: Anatomy of Development, ed. R. T. Shand, 483-7.
  • Levine, Hal. B. and Marlene Levine. The Urban Household Survey: Town Profiles, ed. R. J. May, 323-6.
  • Lichtenberk, Frantisek. The Tigak Language of New Ireland, by C. Beaumont, 148-9.
  • Lindenbaum, Shirley. Kuru: Early Letters and Fieldnotes from the Collection of D. Carlton Gajdusek, eds. J. Farquhar and D. Carlton Gajdusek, 150-2.
  • Lindstrom, Lamont. Person and Myth: Maurice Leenhardt in the Melanesian World, by J. Clifford, 610-12.
  • Malalgoda, Kitsiri. The Building of British Social Anthropology: W. H. R. Rivers and his Cambridge Disciples in the Development of Kinship Studies, by I. Langham, 628-31.
  • Maori: Tapu, 29-51; settlement in Southern New Zealand, 53-80; land alienation, 1840-1890, 519-41.
  • Marcus, George E. Birds of My Kalam Country, by I. S. Majnep and R. Bulmer, 313-15; Historical Metaphors and Mythical Realities: Structure in the Early History of the Sandwich Islands Kingdom, by M. Sahlins, 596-605.
  • McDowell, Nancy. A Short Note on the Mythology of Yali, 449-52.
  • Melanesia: Surviving traditional art, 543-79.
  • Metcalf, Peter. Some Reflections on the Nature of Iban Society, by D. Freeman, 469-72.
  • Metraux, Rhoda. Sago und Schwein, Ethnologie von Kweiftim und Abrau in Nordost-Neuguinea, by A. Kelm and H. Kelm, 472-4.
  • Micronesia: Lelū (Kosrae), 103-19.
  • Munro, Doug. O Tama Uli: Melanesians in Samoa, by M. Meleisea, 631-6.
  • Myers, Michael D. Vanuatu: Politics, Economics and Ritual in Island Melanesia, ed. M. Allen, 299-300.
  • Newbury, Colin. Historical Metaphors and Mythical Realities: Structure in the Early History of the Sandwich Islands Kingdom, by M. Sahlins, 606-8.
  • New Caledonia: Spatial symbolism, cultural categories and historical process, 383-415.
  • Newell, Kenneth W. Primary Health Care and the Community, ed. J. G. Richards, 157-8.
  • Norton, Robert. The Pacification of Melanesia, eds. M. Rodman and M. Cooper, 158-62.
  • Oram, Nigel. Governor in New Guinea, by A. Hahl, 152-4.
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  • O'Regan, Stephen. Eruera: The Teachings of A Maori Elder, by E. Stirling and A. Salmond, 640-3.
  • Pacific: Experimental voyaging, 455-65.
  • Papua New Guinea: Initiation (Samo), 417-34; the mythology of Yali (Madang), 449-52.
  • Park, Julie. Why Tikopia Has Four Clans, by A. Hooper, 155-6.
  • Peterson, Nicolas. Anthropology, Law and the Definition of Australian Aboriginal Rights to Land, by K. Maddock, 474-6.
  • Polynesia: Botanical life-forms, 213-43; female pollution, 335-81; lexical diffusion, 499-517.
  • Rarotonga: Adoption, 121-37.
  • Roy, W. T. Race and Politics in Fiji, by R. Norton, 320-1.
  • Samoa: Village patterns, 81-102; a human image, 589-92.
  • Sayes, Shelley. Fijian Weapons and Warfare, by F. Clunie, 612-14.
  • Scott, Stuart D. A Human Image from Samoa—Some Observations, 589-92, fig.
  • Shapiro, Warren. The Place of Cognitive Extensionism in the History of Anthropological Thought: Review Article of Australian Kin Classification, by H. W. Scheffler, 257-97.
  • Shaw, R. Daniel. Samo Initiation: Its Context and its Meaning, 417-34.
  • Shirres O.P., Michael P. Tapu, 29-51, fig.
  • Simmons, E.R. The Founding of the Roman Catholic Church in Oceania, 1825-1850, by R. M. Wiltgen, 489-90.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. Polynesian Corpuscles and Pacific Anthropology: The Home-made Anthropology of Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck, 7-27.
  • Spoehr, Alexander. Margaret Titcomb 1891-1982, 593.
  • Strathern, Andrew. Give and Take: Exchange in Wola Society, by P. Sillitoe, 162-4.
  • Subramani. Voices of Independence: New Black Writing from Papua New Guinea, ed. U. Beier, 301-2.
  • Teilhet-Fisk, Jehanne. Art in Society: Studies in Style, Culture and Aesthetics, eds. M. Greenhalgh and V. Megaw, 621-4.
  • Thomas, Allan. The Usarufas and Their Music, by V. Chenoweth, 145-7.
  • Titcomb, Margaret.: Obituary, 593.
  • Tonga: Exchange structures, 181-212.
  • Wilson, Murray. The Demography of Papua New Guinea: Analyses from the 1971 Census, ed. R. Skeldon, 164-6.

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