Volume 94 1985 > Index to Volume 94, p 469-470
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- 469 INDEX TO VOLUME 94
  • Adelaar, K. A. Gaya': Studies in Austronesian Languages and Cultures, eds R. Carle, M. Heinschke, P. W. Pink, C. Rost and K. Stadtlander, 439-44.
  • Allen, Harry. Southeast Asian Archaeology at the XV Pacific Science Congress: The Origins of Agriculture, Metallurgy, and the State in Mainland Southeast Asia, ed. D. Bayard, 287-8.
  • Anderson, A. Grant. The Fijian People: Before and After Independence, by I. Lasaqa, 447-9.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1985 Minutes, 467-8.
  • Bell, Ingrid. Me'udana, Ted 2 Das Soziale Leben, by E. Schlesier, 82-4.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Trees, Grerbs, Wugs, Snurms and Quammals: The Universal Natural History of Cecil H. Brown: Review Article of Language and Living Things: Uniformities in Folk Classification and Naming, by C. H. Brown, 431-7.
  • Campbell, A. R. T. Tales of Manihiki, ed. K. Kauraka, 80-1.
  • Carrier, James G. Maritime Institutions in the Western Pacific, eds K. Ruddle and T. Akimichi, 461-2.
  • Chariot, John. Hula Ki'i: Hawaiian Puppetry, by K. Luomala, 451-3.
  • Chowning, Ann. The Life of Some Island People of New Guinea: A Missionary's Observations of the Volcanic Islands of Manam, Boesa, Biem and Ubrub, by K. Böhm, 179-81.
  • Cleghorn, Paul L., Tom Dye, Marshall Weisler and John Sinton. A Preliminary Petrographic Study of Hawaiian Stone Adze Quarries, 235-51, figs.
  • Clerk, Christian. Life-stages in Ethnozoology: A Polynesian Example, 333-66.
  • Cook Islands: Life-stages in ethnozoology (Mangaia), 333-66.
  • Crosby, Andrew. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, Vols. 1-5, eds J. Hamel and J. Davidson, 192-5.
  • Curnow, Jenifer. Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke: His Life and Work, 97-147, fig.; Comment on Agathe Thornton's Article, 177.
  • De Deckker, Paul. Correspondence, 426-7.
  • Dye, Tom. see Cleghorn, Paul L.
  • Easter Island: Fragment of the “Tahua” tablet, 367-88; protohistoric Easter Islanders' dentitions, 415-22.
  • Elbert, Samuel L. Eighty Years Later: Dordillon's 1904-1932 Marquesan Dictionaries, 67-75.
  • General: Folk-biological classifications, 431-7.
  • Gewertz, Deborah. Ways of Exchange: The Enga Tee of Papua New Guinea, by D. K. Feil, 444-6.
  • Gill, George W. see Owsley, Douglas W.
  • Glasby, G. P. A Chance Discovery of New Zealand?, 273-6.
  • Goddard, Michael. The Garia: An Ethnography of a Traditional Cosmic System in Papua New Guinea, by P. Lawrence, 450-1.
  • Green, R. C. The Prehistory of New Zealand, by J. Davidson, 290-3.
  • Guy, Jacques B. M. On a Fragment of the “Tahua” Tablet, 367-88, figs.
  • Hawaii: Stone adze quarries petrographic study, 235-51; early 19th century Polynesian millennial cults, 307-31.
  • Hays, Terence E. Kaikai Aniani: A Guide to Bush Foods, Markets and Culinary Arts of Papua New Guinea, by R. J. May, 453-4.
  • Hooper, Robin. West Futuna-Aniwa: An Introduction to a Polynesian Outlier Language, by J. D. Dougherty, 182-7.
  • Hornabrook, R. W. Traditional Conservation in Papua New Guinea, eds L. Morauta, J. Pernetta and W. Heaney, 454-7.
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  • Hughes, Helen R. Correspondence, 423-6.
  • Hunter-Anderson, Rosalind L. and Yigal Zan. “Where's the Fish?” Or, What Limited Size of Aboriginal Populations on Small Topical Islands, 61-5.
  • Kinloch, P. J. Rapuora: Health and Maori Women, by E. Murchie, 457-60.
  • Lindstrom, Lamont. Personal Names and Social Reproduction on Tanna, Vanuatu, 27-45.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. An Investigation of Official Ethnic Statistics, by P. G. Brown, 288-9; Amerika Sāmoa: An Anthropological Photo Essay, by F. K. Sutter, 452-3.
  • Maori: Accent and accent units, 5-26; Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke, 97-147; oral style in Maori narrative, 149-76; Nga Taro o Aotearoa, 253-72.
  • Marquesas: Dordillon's 1904-1932 dictionaries, 67-75.
  • Marshall, Yvonne. Who Made the Lapita Pots? A Cases Study in Gender Archaeology, 205-33, figs.
  • Matthews, Peter. Nga Taro o Aotearoa, 253-72, figs.
  • Mires, Ann Marie. see Owsley, Douglas W.
  • Myers, Michael. In the Land of Strangers: A Century of European Contact with Tanna, 1774-1874, by R. Adams, 77-9.
  • New Caledonia: Coping with development, 279-86.
  • Niles, Don. Correspondence, 427-30.
  • Owsley, Douglas W., Ann Marie Mires and George W. Gill. Carious Lesions in Permanent Dentitions of Protohistoric Easter Islanders, 415-22.
  • Pacific — General: Tropical islands' population limitations, 61-5; Lapita potters, 205-33; earliest Lapita skeleton, 389-414.
  • Park, Julie. Tauiwi: Racism and Ethnicity in New Zealand, eds P. Spoonley, C. Macpherson, D. Pearson and C. Sedgwick, 196.
  • Pietrusewsky, Michael. The Earliest Lapita Skeleton from the Pacific, 389-414, figs.
  • Ralston, Caroline. Early Nineteenth Century Polynesian Millennial Cults and Case of Hawai'i, 307-31.
  • Schütz, Albert J. Accent and Accent Units in Māori: The Evidence from English Borrowings, 5-26.
  • Siikala, Jukka. Where the Waves Fall, by K. R. Howe, 293-5.
  • Sinton, John. see Cleghorn, Paul L.
  • Solomon Islands: Canoe stern carvings, 47-60.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. The Aryan Maori, by E. Tregear, 296.
  • Strathern, Marilyn. “The proper study of mankind. .” — Great Anthropological Collections in Cambridge, by V. Ebin and D. A. Swallow, 79-80.
  • Sutton, D. G. The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, by J. Specht, 84-8; Ruahihi Pa: A Prehistoric Defended Settlement in the South-Western Bay of Plenty, by B. G. McFadgen and R. A. Sheppard, 187-92.
  • Thornton, Agathe. Two Features of Oral Style in Maori Narrative, 149-76.
  • Urry, James. The Torres Strait Collections of A. C. Haddon: A Descriptive Catalogue, by D. R. Moore,81-2.
  • Vanuatu: Personal names and social reproduction (Tanna), 27-45.
  • Wacquant, Loîc J. D. Coping with Developments in Colonial New Caledonia: Review Article of Pour ou Contre le Pinus: Les Mélanésiens face aux projets de développement, by J. M. Kohler, 279-86.
  • Waite, Deborah. Canoe Stern Carvings from the Solomon Islands, 47-60, figs.
  • Walsh, D. S. A Correction, 276-7.
  • Weisler, Marshall. see Cleghorn, Paul L.
  • Zan, Yigal. see Hunter-Anderson, Rosalind L.