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- 535 INDEX TO VOLUME 96
  • Albert, Steven M. Mandak Realities. Person and Power in Central New Ireland, by B. J. Clay, 253-4.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1987 Minutes, 414.
  • Babayan, Chad, Ben Finney, Bernard Kilonsky and Nainoa Thompson. Voyage to Aotearoa, 161-200, figs.
  • Bailey, Eric. The Phosphateers: A History of the British Phosphate Commissioners and the Christmas Island Phosphate Commission, by R. M. Williams and B. Macdonald, 146-50.
  • Bataille-Benguigui, Marie Claire. Traditional Fishing in the Pacific: Ethnographical and Archaeological Papers from the 15th Pacific Science Congress, ed. A. Anderson, 381-4.
  • Bayard, Donn. Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian Archipelago, by P. Bellwood, 114-8.
  • Bayliss-Smith, Tim. Tattooing on Ontong Java, Solomon Islands, 107-10, fig.
  • Bell, Diane. Walbiri Iconography: Graphic Representation and Cultural Symbolism in a Central Australian Society, by N.D. Munn, 271.
  • Berg, M. L. Akkulturation in der Sudsee: Die Kolonialgeschichte der Karolinen-Inseln im pazifischen Ozean und der Wandel ihrer sozialen Organisation, by M. Köhler, 269-70; A Critique of the Study of Kinship, by D. M. Schneider, 276-8.
  • Bonhomme, Theresa and John Craib. Radiocarbon Dates from Unai Bapot, Saipan—Implications for the Prehistory of the Mariana Islands, 95-106, fig.
  • Boutilier, James A. Solomon Islands Bibliography to 1980. Comp. S. Eldridge, 258-9.
  • Butterworth, Graham. Na To Hoa Aroha—from Your Dear Friend; The Correspondence Between Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck 1925-1950. Volume One, ed. M. P. K. Sorrenson, 522-4.
  • Cleghorn, Paul L. Feathered Gods and Fishhooks: An Introduction to Hawaiian Archaeology and Prehistory, by P. V. Kirch, 130-4.
  • Cole, Shari. Siapo, Bark Cloth Art of Samoa, by M. J. Pritchard, 145-6; Tīfaifai and Quilts of Polynesia, by J. D. Hammond, 263-5.
  • Craib, John. see Bonhomme, Theresa.
  • Crittenden, Robert. Aspects of Economic Development on the Nembi Plateau, Papua New Guinea, 335-59, figs.
  • Crowe, Peter. Problems and Solutions: Occasional Essays in Musicology presented to Alice M. Moyle, eds J. C. Kassler and J. Stubington, 125-30; Pacific Artists, ed. P. Hereniko, 507-8.
  • Davidson, Janet. The Paa Maaori Revisited, 7-26.
  • Dawson, John and Nancy J. Pollock. Archipel de Tahiti—Recherches sur les Principales Production Végétales, by G. Cuzent, 121-2.
  • Donner, William W. “Don't Shoot the Guitar Player”: Tradition, Assimilation and Change in Sikaiana Song Performances, 201-20.
  • Du Feu, V. M. The Determinants of the Noun in Rapanui, 473-95.
  • Easter Island: “Sun Stones”, 81-93; decipherment of writing system, 361-7; determinants of the noun (Rapanui), 473-95.
  • Elbert, Samuel H. Tokelau Dictionary, Office of Tokelau Affairs, 273-5.
  • Ellis, Catherine J. Alyawarra Music: Songs and Society in a Central Australian Community, by R. Moyle, 409-11.
  • Field, Michael J. Some Recollections of Early Samoa, by H. J. Moors, 407-9.
  • Fiji: human interaction and evolutionary divergence, 299-334.
  • Finney, Ben. see Babayan, Chad.
  • Fitzsimons, Matthew. Solomon Island Politics, eds P. Lamour with S. Tarua, 272-3.
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  • Freeman, Derek. Quest for the Real Samoa: The Mead/Freeman Controversy and Beyond, by L. D. Holmes, 392-5.
  • Friesen, Wardlow. Un jeune état Mélanésien: Les Iles Salomon, by C. H. De Lemps, 500-2.
  • Gailey, Christine Ward. State, Class and Conversion in Commodity Production: Gender and Changing Value in the Tongan Islands, 67-79.
  • Garrett, John. Missions and Missionaries in the Pacific, ed. C. Miller, 136-7.
  • Goldman, L. R. The Huli Response to Illness, by S. Frankel, 505-7.
  • Hanson, R. Allan. Tradition et modernité aux Iles de la Société. Vol.1. Du coprah à l'atome, by C. Robineau, 514-7.
  • Harlow, Ray. For Gordon H. Fairbanks, eds V. Z. Acson and R. L. Leed, 111-4.
  • Hide, R. L. Kunai Men: Horticultural Systems of a Papua New Guinea Society by T. G. Harding, 266.
  • Horwood, Michelle. Archaeology at Anzaas [:] A collection of papers presented to Section 25A of the 54th Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, in May 1984, ed. G. K. Ward, 527-9.
  • Houghton, P. and M. R. Kean. The Polynesian Head: A Biological Model for Homo Sapiens, 223-42, figs.
  • Hunt, Terry L. Patterns of Human Interaction and Evolutionary Divergence in the Fiji Islands, 299-334, figs.
  • Kean, M. R. see Houghton, P.
  • Kaeppler, Adrienne L. Concerning a Maori Shell Trumpet from Cook's Second Voyage and Some Implications, 243-9, figs; response to David Simmons, 497-8.
  • Kilonsky, Bernard. see Babayan, Chad.
  • Kiste, Robert C. Constitutionalism in Micronesia, by N. Meller, 405-7.
  • Laing, Patricia Kinloch. Quest for the Real Samoa: The Mead/Freeman Controversy and Beyond, by L. D. Holmes, 395-400.
  • Langdon, Robert. South Pacific Handbook (3rd edition); and Micronesia Handbook: Guide to an American Lake, by D. Stanley, 525-6.
  • Lawrie, Donald Ruthven. Social Relations in Ancient Tongareva, by A. R. T. Campbell, 120-1.
  • Lee, Georgia and William Liller. Easter Island's “Sun Stones”: A Critique, 81-93, figs.
  • Lemaitre, Yves. Tahitian and English Dictionary with Introductory Remarks on the Polynesian Language and a Short Grammar of the Tahitian Dialect, [J. Davies], 256-8.
  • Levine, H. B. The Cultural Politics of Maori Fishing: An Anthropological Perspective on the First Three Significant Waitangi Tribunal Hearings, 421-43; Business Development in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, by B. R. Finney, 505.
  • Lian, Kwen Fee. Interpreting Maori History: A Case for a Historical Sociology, 445-71.
  • Liller, William. see Lee, Georgia.
  • Linnekin, Jocelyn. The Mainland Haole: The White Experience in Hawaii, by E. Whittaker, 283-6.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. Talking Health but Doing Sickness: Studies in Samoan Health, by P. Kinloch, 267-8.
  • Maori: The Paa Maaori revisited, 7-26; Maori shell trumpet from Cook's Second Voyage, 243-9 and 369-71; cultural politics of Maori fishing (Waitangi Tribunal hearings), 421-43; interpreting Maori history, 445-71.
  • Maranda, Pierre. Mythistoire tungaru: Cosmologies et Généalogies aux Iles Gilbert, by J-P. Latouche, 510-2.
  • Marcus, George E. The Fire has Jumped [:] Eyewitness Accounts of the Eruption and Evacuation of Niuafo'ou, Tonga, ed. G. Rogers, 518-20.
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  • Mariana Islands: Saipan (Unai Bapot) radiocarbon dates, 95-106.
  • Markus, Andrew. Kanaka: A History of Melanesian Mackay, by C. Moore, 512-4.
  • McRae, Jan. Māori Proverbs, by A. E. Brougham and A. W. Reed. Revised, T. S. Kāretu, 499-500.
  • Metcalf, Peter. Headhunters about Themselves: An Ethnographic Report from Irian Jaya, Indonesia, by J. H. M. C. Boelaars, 384-5.
  • Modjeska, Nicholas. The Making of Great Men: Male Dominance and Power among the New Guinea Baruya, by M. Godelier, 390-1.
  • Mutu-Grigg, Margaret. Te Marae: A Guide to Customs and Protocol, by H. and P. Tauroa, 278-80.
  • Neich, Roger. The Art of Oceania: A Bibliography, by L. Hanson and F. A. Hanson, 388-90.
  • Newman, Lucile F. Healing Practices in the South Pacific, ed. C. D. F. Parsons, 137-40.
  • Orbell, Margaret. Ōlelo No'eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Poetical Sayings, coll., trans. & annot. M. K. Pukui, 275-6.
  • Papua New Guinea: Economic Development (Nembi Plateau), 335-59.
  • Perry, John F. Polynesian Tapa: Siapo Samoa and Ngatu Fakatonga; and Tatau: The Mark of a Man, by D. Cole and S. Cole, 255.
  • Pollock, Nancy J. see Dawson, John; The Yolngu and their Land: A System of Land Tenure and the Fight for its Recognition, by N. M. Williams, 529-31.
  • Polynesia: The Polynesian head, 223-42.
  • Rjabchikov, Sergej V. Progress Report on the Decipherment of the Easter Island Writing System, 361-7, figs.
  • Rogers, Garth. Fishermen of Tonga: Their Means of Survival, by S. Halapua, 123-5.
  • Rolff, Karla. Warum Samoa? Touristen und Tourismus in der Südsee, by H. Fischer, 385-7.
  • Ross, Malcolm. A Grammar of Manam, by F. Lichtenberk, 134-5.
  • Ryan, Tom. The Noonkanbah Story, by E. Kolig, 508-10.
  • Schiltz, Marc. La ronde des échanges: de la circulation aux valeurs chez les Orokaiva, by A. Iteanu, 400-2.
  • Sharp, Andrew. Decentralisation in the South Pacific: Local, Provincial and State Government in Twenty Countries, eds P. Lamour and R. Qalo, 403-4.
  • Shirres, Michael P. Iconography of New Zealand Maori Religion, by D. R. Simmons, 520-2.
  • Simmons, David. Response to Adrienne L. Kaeppler Regarding a Maori Shell Trumpet, 369-71.
  • Solomon Islands: Sikaiana song performances, 201-21.
  • Spriggs, Matthew. Prehistory in the Pacific Islands. A Study of Variation in Language, Customs, and Human Biology, by J. Terrell, 280-3.
  • Theory: Structuralist historicism and the history of structuralism, 27-65.
  • Thompson, Nainoa. see Babayan, Chad.
  • Tonga: Gender and changing value, 67-79.
  • Valeri, Valerio. On Alan Howard's Review of Kingship and Sacrifice. (JPS 95: 530-7), 373-80.
  • Voyaging: Voyage to Aotearoa, 161-200.
  • Wacquant, Loïc J. D. Nouvelle-Calédonie: La révolte kanake, by C. Gabriel and V. Kermel, 260-3; Nouvelle-Calédonie: Occupation de l'espace et peuplement, by J-P. Doumenge, E. Métais and A. Saussol, 503-4.
  • Walker, R. J. Mobility and Identity in the Island Pacific, ed. M. Chapman, 251-2.
  • Webster, Steven. Structuralist Historicism and the History of Structuralism: Sahlins, the Hansons' Counterpoint in Maori Culture, and Post-modernist Ethnographic Form, 27-65, figs.
  • Weiner, Annette. The Symbolic Role of Women in Trobriand Gardening, by M. Brindley, 118-20.
  • Wendt, Albert. Rifled Sanctuaries, by B. Pearson, 140-4.

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