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- 575 INDEX TO VOLUME 92
  • Annual General Meetings: 1981, 1982, 1983 Minutes, 429-31.
  • Barrow, Terence. Polynesian Art at Auction 1965-80: Tribal Art at Auction, Volume I, by C. W. Mack, 140.
  • Bayard, Donn. The People and Art of the Philippines, by Fr. G. Casel, R. T. Jose Jr, E. S. Casiñno, G. R. Ellis and W. G. Solheim II, 131-2; Philippine Studies: Political Science, Economics and Linguistics, ed. D. J. Hart, 132-3.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Tikopia: The Prehistory and Ecology of a Polynesian Outlier, by P. V. Kirch and D. E. Yen, 417-8.
  • Billings, Dorothy K. The Play's the Thing: The Political Power of Dramatic Presentation, 439-62.
  • Binney, Judith. Maungapohatu Revisited: Or, How the Government Underdeveloped a Maori Community, 353-92, figs.
  • Black, Peter W. Conflict, Morality and Power in a Western Caroline Society, 7-30.
  • Bowers, Nancy. Handbooks of the Flora of Papua New Guinea, Volume II, ed. E. E. Henty, 137-8.
  • Burns, James A. S. Young Logan Campbell, by R. C. J. Stone, 279-81.
  • Campbell, I. C. Imperialism, Dynasticism, and Conversion: Tongan Designs on 'Uvea (Wallis Island) 1835-52, 155-67.
  • Caroline Islands: Petroglyphs (Ponape), 537-9.
  • Cawthorn, Geoff. The Ethnography of Cannibalism, eds. P. Brown and D. Tuzin, 541-4.
  • Chambers, Keith S. and Doug Munro. Smut-Face Island, 123.
  • Chapin, Paul G. Review Article of Biggs Festschrift: Studies in Pacific Languages and Cultures: In Honour of Bruce Biggs, eds. J. Hollyman and A. Pawley, 259-67.
  • Chenoweth, Vida. Music of Oceania: Papua Niugini: The Middle Sepik; Music of Oceania: The Iatmul of Papua Niugini, 145-7.
  • Chowning, Ann. Anuta: Social Structure of a Polynesian Island, by R. Feinberg, 405-7.
  • Clark, Ross. The Language of Easter Island: Its Development and Eastern Polynesian Relationships, by R. Langdon and D. Tyron, 419-25.
  • Cleave, Peter. Tribal and State-Like Political Formations in New Zealand Maori Society 1750-1900, 51-92, figs.
  • Clerk, Christian. Words of the Lagoon: Fishing and Marine Lore in the Palau District of Micronesia, by R. E. Johannes, 138-9.
  • Connor, Jane. A Descriptive Classification of Maori Fabrics: Cordage, Plaiting, Windmill Knotting, Twining, Looping and Netting, 189-213, figs.
  • Cook Islands: Haircutting Ritual in New Zealand, 215-32.
  • Crocombe, R. G. Karo: The Life and Fate of a Papuan, by A. Inglis, 277.
  • Crowe, Peter. Letters from the Antipodes, by M. Butor, translation, introduction, and afterword by M. Spencer, 130-1; Pacific 2000: Revue trimestrielle d'information culturelle, 277-9; Ol Stori Bilong Laupu/Tales of Laupu, by D. A. Counts, 398-400.
  • Davidson, Janet. Maori Prehistory: The State of the Art, 291-307.
  • Duncan, Leith. Wangka: Austronesian Canoe Origins, by E. Doran Jr, 272-6.
  • Festschrift: Bruce Biggs, 259-67.
  • Finney, Joseph C. Nanumanga Verbal Syntax: A Study in Variation, with Implications for Proto-Polynesian, 107-15.
  • Foanaota, Lawrence. Solomon Islanders: The Kwara'ae, by B. Burt, 270.
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  • Geraghty, Paul. Captain Cook's South Sea Island Vocabularies, by P. A. Lanyon-Orgill, 554-9.
  • Guam: Early Use of Rice, 509-20.
  • Guiart, Jean. Mekeo: Inequality and Ambivalence in a Village Society, by E. Hau'ofa, 544-9.
  • Hawaii: Land Tenure (Keanae), 169-88.
  • Heasley, Murray. The Fijian Colonial Experience: A Study of the Neo-traditional Order Under British Colonial Rule Prior to World War II, by T. J. MacNaught, 141-3.
  • Hoare, Michael E. Die Hamburger Südsee-Expedition über Ethnographie und Kolonialismus, by H. Fischer, 271-2.
  • Hunt, Charles. Fijian Artefacts: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Collection, by R. Ewins, 403-4.
  • Huntsman, Judith. Sala'ilua: A Samoan Mystery, by B. Shore, 563-7.
  • Intoh, Michiko. Memories of Guam Scenes during Wartime Internment in Japan, by Fr. M. Pellett, 144.
  • Ioane, Sefulu I. Turmoil in Paradise, 521-9.
  • James, Kerry. Gender Relations in Tonga 1780-1984, 233-43.
  • Jones, Kevin. Joseph Banks' “Fence of Poles” at Cook's Cove, East Coast, North Island, New Zealand, 531-6, figs.
  • Kaeppler, Adrienne L. A Further Note on the Cook Voyage Collection in Leningrad, 93-8.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Atoll Economy: Social Change in Kiribati and Tuvalu. Islands on the Line, by W. H. Geddes, A. Chambers, B. Sewell, R. Lawrence and R. Watters, 413-4.
  • Laurenson, George I. Samuel Ironside in New Zealand 1839-58, by W. A. Chambers, 394-8.
  • Linnekin, Joselyn. The Hui Lands of Keanae: Hawaiian Land Tenure and the Great Mahele, 169-88, fig.
  • Loomis, Terrence M. The Cook Islands Haircutting Ritual as Practised in New Zealand, 215-32, fig.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. Samoa: A Hundred Years Ago and Long Before, by G. Turner, 570-1.
  • Maori: Tribal and state-like political formations 1750-1900, 51-92; descriptive classification of fabrics, 189-213; continuity and community in poetry, 245-57; prehistory, 291-307; study of traditional Maori society, 309-31; Maori Studies tomorrow, 333-51; Maungapohatu revisited, 353-92; Joseph Banks' “Fence of Poles”, 531-6.
  • McAlpine, Fiona. The Performing Arts: Music and Dance, eds. J. A. R. Blacking and J. Keali'inohomoku, 128-30.
  • Mead, S. M. Te Toi Mātauranga Māori Mo Nga Ra Kei. Mua: Maori Studies Tomorrow, 333-51, fig.
  • Micronesia: Historical and Archaeological Research, 117-21.
  • Miller, Char. Fourteen Years in the Sandwich Islands 1855-68, by C. de Varigny, translation and introduction by A. L. Korn, 400-2.
  • Munro, Doug. see Chambers, Keith S.
  • Myers, Michael D. Reinventing Traditional Culture: The Politics of Kastom in Island Melanesia, eds. R. M. Keesing and R. Tonkinson, 550-2.
  • Nena, Madison T. see Ueki, Takeshi.
  • Newton, Janice. Orokaiva Warfare and Production, 487-507.
  • Obolensky, Dimitri. Okeaniia, spravochnik, Akademia Nauk USSR, 269.
  • Ogan, Eugene. A Note on Nasioi Childbirth, 99-105.
  • Oppenheim, Roger. Internal Exile: Continuity and Community in Maori Poetry: Review Article of The Silences Between (Moeraki Conversations), by K. Hulme; Into the World of Light, eds. W. Ihimaera and D. S. Long; Maori Poetry: An Introductory Anthology, by M. Orbell; Selected Poems, by H. Tuwhare; Karanga, by H. Williams, 245-57.
  • Oram, Nigel. New Guinea Under the Germans, by S. Firth, 407-10.
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  • Pacific: Cook Voyage Collection (Leningrad), 93-8.
  • Papua New Guinea: Childbirth (Nasioi), 99-105; the Johnson Cult (Lavongai) as a dramatic presentation, 439-62; the “coming” of independence (Abelam), 463-86; warfare and production (Orokaiva), 486-507.
  • Parsons, Claire D. F. Developments in the Role of the Tongan Healer, 31-50.
  • Pollock, Nancy J. The Early Use of Rice in Guam: The Evidence from the Historic Records, 509-20.
  • Pond, Wendy. The Path of the Ocean. Traditional Poetry of Polynesia, ed. M. Sinclair, 568-9.
  • Russell, Scott. Historical and Archaeological Research in Micronesia, 117-21.
  • Ryan, T. F. La Production des Grand Hommes: Pouvoir et Domination Masculine chez les Baruya de Nouvelle-Guinee, by M. Godelier, 133-7.
  • Salmond, Anne. The Study of Traditional Maori Society: The State of the Art, 309-31.
  • Samoa: Sociopolitical Upheavals, 521-9.
  • Scaglion, Richard. The “Coming” of Independence in Papua New Guinea: An Abelam View, 463-86, fig.
  • Schwimmer, Eric. Rindi: An Ethnographic Study of a Traditional Domain in Eastern Sumba, by G. L. Forth, 410-3.
  • Shirres, Michael. Maori Religion and Mythology, being an Account of the Cosmogony, Anthropogeny, Religion Beliefs and Rites, Magic and Folk Lore of the Maori Folk of New Zealand. Part 2, by E. Best, 125-7.
  • Simmons, David. A Museum to Instruct and Delight, by R. G. Rose, 559-60.
  • Smith, Ian W. G. Coastal Archaeology in Eastern Australia; Proceedings of the Valla Conference on Australian Prehistory, ed. S. Bowdler, 393.
  • Taylor, C. N. Bibliography of Research on the Cook Islands, by W. R. Sykes, J. M. Miller, J. E. Davin, J. Baddeley, A. B. Hooper and I. A. M. Prior, 425-7.
  • Tonga: Role of the Healer, 31-50; gender relations 1780-1984, 233-43.
  • Tuvalu: Verbal syntax (Nanumanga), 107-15.
  • Tyler, Stephen A. An Essay on Language, by G. W. Grace, 414-6.
  • Ueki, Takeshi and Madison T. Nena. Rediscovering Ponapean Petroglyphs, 537-9, fig.
  • Uvea: Tongan designs 1835-52, 155-67.
  • Watson, James B. Your Own Pigs You May Not Eat: A Comparative Study of New Guinea Societies, by P. G. Rubel and A. Rosman, 560-3.
  • Western Caroline Islands: Conflict, morality and power (Tobi), 7-30.
  • White, Geoffrey M. Kwaio Religion: The Living and the Dead in a Solomon Island Society, by R. M. Keesing, 552-3.

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