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- 545 INDEX TO VOLUME 95
  • Albert, Steven M. “Completely by Accident I Discovered Its Meaning”: The Iconography of New Ireland Malagan, 239-52, figs.
  • Ambrose, W. R. and R. W. Johnson. Unea: An Obsidian Non-Source in Papua New Guinea, 491-7, figs.
  • Anderson, Atholl. “Makeshift Structures of Little Importance”: A Reconsideration of Maori Round Houses, 91-114, figs.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1986 Minutes, 413-4.
  • Bayard, Donn. Prehistoric Indonesia: A Reader, by P. Van de Velde, 150-3.
  • Bellwood, Peter. On Polynesians and Melanesians, 131-4.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Nga Ingoa a Aotearoa (An Oral Dictionary of Maori Placenames). Part 1: Te Upoko o te Ika (The lower North Island), by H. Young, 404-6.
  • Binney, Judith. Islands of History, by M. Sahlins, 527-30.
  • Bowers, Nancy. Contrast and Context in New Guinea Culture: The Case of the Mbowamb of the Central Highlands, by E. Brandewie, 499-500.
  • Campbell, A. R. T. Return to Havaiki/Fokihanga ki Havaiki, by K. Kauraka, 135-6.
  • Carrier, James. Mead's Other Manus: Phenomenology of the Encounter, by L. Romanucci-Ross, 520-2.
  • Chambers, Anne. Infant Care and Feeding in the South Pacific, ed. L. B. Marshall, 515-8.
  • Clark, Julia. Shell Bed to Shell Midden, by B. Meehan, 398-400.
  • Cleghorn, Paul L. The Evolution of the Polynesian Chiefdoms, by P. V. Kirch, 136-41.
  • Craib, John L. The Mariana Islands: Random Notes, by F. Olive y Garcia, trans. and annotated by M. G. Driver, 144-6.
  • Curnow, Jenifer. Hawaiki: A New Approach to Maori Tradition, by M. Orbell, 277-9.
  • Daiber, Andrew J. Significance of Constellations in Carolinian Navigation, 371-8, figs.
  • Davidson, Allan. Pacific: Between Indigenous Culture and Exogenous Worship, by W. A. Poort, 146-7.
  • Davidson, Janet. Material Culture of Western Samoa: Persistence and Change, by R. Neich, 142-4; Land, Pā, and Polity. A Study based on the Maori Fortifications of Pouto, by G. Irwin, 389-92.
  • Dunmore, John. Extracts from Journals Relating to the Visit to New Zealand... of the French Ships Mascarin and Marquis de Castries, trans. I. Ollivier, 518-20.
  • Eastern Caroline Islands: Late Prehistoric Complexity (Lelū), 479-89.
  • Fiji: Observations on Duruka (Viti Levu), 475-7.
  • Finney, Ben R., Bernard J. Kilonsky, Stephen Somsen and Edward D. Stroup. Re-learning a Vanishing Art, 41-90, figs.
  • Fleming, Mike. see Russell, Scott.
  • Flinn, Juliana. Matriliny Without Conflict: The Case of Pulap, 221-38.
  • Gathercole, Peter. Historical Dictionary of Oceania, eds R. D. Craig and F. P. King, 501-4.
  • Grant, Jill, Hisafumi Saito and Marty Zelenietz. Where Development Never Comes: Business Activities in Kilenge, Papua New Guinea, 195-219.
  • Graves, Michael W. Late Prehistoric Social Complexity on Lelū: Alternatives to Cordy's Model, 479-89.
  • Halpern, Michael. Sidereal Compasses: A Case for Carolinian-Arab Links, 441-59, figs.
  • Hanson, F. Allan. Children of the Land: Exchange and Status in a Hawaiian Community, by J. Linnekin, 276-7.
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  • Harsant, Wendy. Correspondence, 134.
  • Howard, Alan. Kingship and Sacrifice: Ritual and Society in Ancient Hawaii, by V. Valeri, trans. P. Wissing, 530-7.
  • Hunt, T. L. Trade and Exchange in Oceania and Australia (Mankind 11[3]), eds J. Specht and J. P. White, 522-7.
  • Huntsman, Judith and Antony Hooper. “Who Really Discovered Fakaofo...”?, 461-7, fig.
  • Irwin, Geoffrey. The Hiri in History: Further Aspects of Long Distance Motu Trade in Central Papua, ed. T. Dutton, 506-11.
  • Johnson, R. W. see Ambrose, W. R.
  • Kilonsky, Bernard J. see Finney, Ben R.
  • Kirch, Patrick V. Rethinking East Polynesian Prehistory, 9-40, figs.
  • Langdon, Robert. Sixteenth Century Spaniards in New Zealand — Without Documentation, 379-84.
  • Laracy, Hugh. The Samoan Journals of John Williams 1830 and 1832, ed. R. Moyle, 401-2.
  • Lawrence, Peter. The Moon Man: A Biography of Nikolai MiklouhoMaclay, by E. M. Webster, 537-41.
  • Levine, Marlene. Melanesia: Beyond Diversity, eds R. J. May and H. Nelson, 396-8.
  • Lichtenberk, Frantisek. Leadership in Proto-Oceanic Society: Linguistic Evidence, 341-56.
  • Linguistics: Micronesian dialects and the overnight voyage, 253-8; evidence for leadership in Proto-Oceanic society, 341-56.
  • Maori: Round huts, 91-114; alienation rights in traditional Maori society, 259-65; demographic change, 1769-1840, 291-339; sealskin softening by teeth, 357-69.
  • Marck, Jeffrey C. Micronesian Dialects and the Overnight Voyage, 253-8, fig.
  • Marquesas: Marquesan dictionaries, 127-9.
  • Micronesia: Mythological metaphors and historical realites (Belau), 167-93; matriliny without conflict (Pulap), 221-38.
  • Milner, G. B. The Samoan Fono: A Sociolinguistic Study, by A. Duranti, 386-9.
  • Morauta, Louise. Law and Order in the New Guinea Highlands: Encounters with Enga, by R. J. Gordon and M. J. Meggitt, 511-2.
  • Moses, John. Eduard Hernsheim: South Sea Merchant, eds and trans. P. Sack and D. Clark, 402-3.
  • Moyle, Richard M. Samoan Islands Bibliography, by L. D. Holmes, 268-71.
  • Munro, Doug. Tuvalu: A History, ed. H. Laracy, 392-5.
  • Navigation: Traditional navigation, 41-90; constellations in Carolinian navigation, 371-8; sidereal compasses: Carolinian-Arab links, 441-59.
  • Northern Mariana Islands: Archaeological overview, 115-26.
  • Oppenheim, Roger: A Memorial, 165-6.
  • Papua New Guinea: Business activities (Kilenge), 195-219; iconography of New Ireland Malagan, 239-52; social organisation of Foi silk production (Southern Highlands), 421-39; obsidian (Unea), 491-7.
  • Parmentier, Richard J. Mythological Metaphors and Historical Realities: Models of Transformation of Belauan Polity, 167-93, figs.
  • Polynesia: East Polynesian prehistory, 9-40; ritual fire, 468-74.
  • Russell, Scott and Mike Fleming. Archaeology in the Northern Mariana Islands: An Overview, 115-26.
  • Saito, Hisafumi. see Grant, Jill.
  • Shore, Bradd. The Tattooing of Both Sexes in Samoa, by K. Marquardt,
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  • trans. S. Ferner, 513-5.
  • Sissons, Jeffrey. Magicians of Manumanua: Living Myth in Kalauna, by M. W. Young, 407-9.
  • Smithyman, Kendrick, Roger Oppenheim: A Memorial, 165-6.
  • Somsen, Stephen. see Finney, Ben R.
  • Sorrenson, M. P. K. Destiny Well Sown: A Biography of Lt.-Col. W. E. Gudgeon, 1841-1920, by E. Craig, 385-6.
  • Stroup, Edward D. see Finney, Ben R.
  • Sutton, Douglas G. Maori Demographic Change, 1769-1840: The Inner Workings of “A Picturesque but Illogical Simile”, 291-339, figs.
  • Sutton, D. G. and R. T. Wallace. Subsistence and Conflict in Kona, Hawai‘i: An Archaeological Study of the Kuakini Highway Realignment Corridor, by R. Schilt, 147-50.
  • Taylor, R. M. S. Sealskin Softening by Teeth — A Maori Case?, 357-69, figs.
  • Thomas, Nicholas. Further Notes on Marquesan Dictionaries, 127-9.
  • Tippett, A. R. Adventurous Spirits: Australian Migrant Society in Pre-Cession Fiji, by J. Young, 406-7.
  • Tokelau: Discovery of Fakaofo, 461-7.
  • Tunnell, Gary G. Out of Asia: Peopling the Americas and the Pacific, eds R. Kirk and E. Szathmary, 272-5.
  • Turner, Philip. A Marist Missionary in New Zealand 1843-1846, by J. A. M. Chouvet, trans. P. Barry, ed. J. Rorke, 267-8.
  • Wacquant, Loïc J. D. Gens de Maré: Ethnologie de l'île Maré, Iles Loyauté, Nouvelle-Calédonie, by M-J. Dubois, 504-6.
  • Wallace, R. T. see Sutton, D. G.
  • Waqaniu-Rogers, Alanieta. Some Observations on Duruka, Saccharum Edule, in Viti Levu, Fiji, 475-7.
  • Ward, Alan. Alienation Rights in Traditional Maori Society: A Comment, 259-65.
  • Weiner, James F. The Social Organisation of Foi Silk Production: The Anthropology of Marginal Development, 421-39, figs.
  • Zelenietz, Marty. see Grant, Jill.

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