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The Pacific Islands : an encyclopedia

표제/저자사항
The Pacific Islands : an encyclopedia / edited by Brij V. Lal and Kate Fortune
Lal, Brij V.   Fortune, Kate.   
발행사항
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, c2000
형태사항
xxxvi, 664 p.: ill. (some col.), maps (some col.); 27 cm.+ 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
주기사항
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
System requirements for accompanying computer disc: Windows ; Macintosh.
표준번호/부호
ISBN 082482265X
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듀이십진분류법-> 995
주제명
Oceania.

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edited by Brij V. Lal and Kate Fortune c2000 082482265X 995-P117 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
LIST of Illustration = xiv
Preface = xv
Acknowledgments = xvii
Contributors = xviii
Abbreviations = xxviii
Glossary = xxxiii
ONE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
  1 The sea
    Oceanic environment = 3
    The underwater world = 6
    Pelagic fish = 8
    Skipjack tuna = 8
    Ocean anchovy = 8
    Sharks = 9
    Rays = 9
    Corals = 10
    Molluscs = 10
    Crustaceans = 11
    Whales, dolphins and porpoises = 11
      Dolphins = 13
      Porpoises = 14
    Sea lion = 14
    Dugong = 15
    Turtles = 15
    Ocean trenches = 16
    Minerva reefs = 18
  2 The land
    Geological history of the Pacific = 18
      Atolls = 20
    High tropical mountains = 21
    Volcanic activity = 22
      Volcanoes of Hawaii = 24
      Volcanoes of Papua New Guinea = 25
      Sepik River = 26
      Fly River = 27
  3 Plants, birds and animals
    Prehistoric plants and animals = 27
    Plants of the Pacific = 28
      Sandalwood = = 30
    Indigenous food crops = 30
      Coconuts = 31
    Major starch foods = 32
    Indigenous fruit and nuts = 34
      Betelnut = 36
    Tropical flowers = 36
      Orchids = 36
      Bougainvillea = 36
      Frangipani = 36
      Florilegium = 36
    Marine birds = 37
      Frigate-bird = 38
    Land birds = 38
      Bird of paradise = 38
      Kagu = 38
    Frogs and toads = 39
    Reptiles = 39
  4 Climate and nature
    Environmental change = 40
    Climate change = 43
    Drought = 44
    El Ni n ~ o = 44
    Natural disasters = 45
    Cataclysmic eruptions = 47
    Cyclones = 48
    Tsunami = 49
TWO PEOPLES
  1 Settlement
    Footsteps from Asia : the peopling of the Pacific = 53
      First colonists = 54
      The Austronesians = 55
    Lapita culture = 58
    Settlement of New Guinea = 59
    Settlement of the eastern Pacific = 60
    Settlement of the northern Pacific = 62
    Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia = 63
  2 Language
    Languages of the Pacific Basin = 63
    Kanak languages of New Caledonia = 67
    Languages of Papua New Guinea = 68
    French language in the Pacific = 70
    Trading languages in Papua New Guinea = 71
    Tok Pisin = 72
    Bislama = 73
    Fiji Hindi = 74
    Fiji Pidgin English = 75
    Languages of Polynesia = 75
    Solomon Islands Pijin = 76
  3 Voyaging
    Wondering minds and wandering keels = 77
    Canoes and rafts = 79
    H o k u le'a = 80
    Polynesian voyaging society = 80
      Kupe = 80
      Tupaia = 80
      Nainoa Thompson = 81
      Mau Piailug = 81
    Kon-Tiki expedition = 81
    Computer simulations of ancient voyages = 82
  4 Demography
    Early populations = 82
    Fatal impact = 83
    Depopulation = 84
    Voluntary migration = 85
    Forced migration = 87
  5 Living in cities
    Urbanization = 88
      Apia = 92
      Avarua = 93
      Hagatna = 93
      Honiara = 94
      Honolulu = 95
      Kolonia = 96
      Koror = 97
      Majuro = 98
      Noumea = 99
      Nuku'alofa = 100
      Pago Pago = 101
      Pape'ete = 101
      Port Moresby = 102
      Port Vila = 103
      Saipan = 104
      Suva = 104
      South Tarawa = 105
  6 Diaspora
    Pacific diaspora = 106
    Cross-cultural contacts = 108
    Kanaka seamen = 109
    Beachcombers = 109
    San Lesmes = 109
    Circular mobility = 110
    Girmitiya = 110
    Kanakas in Australia = 111
      Dr Faith Bandler = 112
      Noel Fatnowna = 112
    Pacific islanders in Australia = 113
    Pacific islanders in New Zealand = 114
    Pacific islanders in the United States of America = 115
    Ebeye = 116
    Multi-ethnic population of Hawai'i = 117
THREE HISTORY
  1 Histories in the Pacific
    Genealogies = 121
      Nan Madol, Pohnpei = 121
      Lelu Ruins, Kosrae = 122
      Ha'amonga-a-Maui = 122
      Heiau, ancient stone temples of Hawai'i = 122
      Who carved the statues of Easter Island? = 123
    Rapanui archaeology = 123
    Oral history in the Pacific : whose voices are heard? = 125
    Cartography in the Pacific = 126
    Histories in the Pacific islands = 129
    Pacific History Association = 132
    Pacific Manuscripts Bureau(PAMBU) = 132
  2 Indigenous chiefly systems, titles and trade
    Early society and authority systems = 132
      Ali'i and Hawaiian chiefly status = 135
      Ariki = 135
      Tongan chiefly status and the Tu'i Tonga = 135
      Pohnpeian chiefdoms = 136
      Nahnken = 136
      Traditional leadership in Micronesia = 137
      Fijian chiefly status = 137
      Samoan matai titles = 138
    Hiri trading voyages = 139
    Kula exchange system = 140
    Yap 'trade empire' and stone money = 140
    Traditional authority and distribution of food = 141
    Traditional rulers = 141
      Pomare Ⅰ = 141
      Kamehameha Ⅰ = 142
      Ka'ahumanu = 142
      Pomare Ⅱ = 142
      George Tupou Ⅰ = 142
      Queen Pomare Ⅳ = 143
      Kamehameha Ⅲ = 143
      Naisiline Nidoish = 144
      Cakobau = 144
      Lili'uokalani = 145
      Lauaki Namulau'ulu Maimoe = 145
      Kwaisulia = 145
      Te'o Tuvale = 146
      Henry Nanpei = 146
  3 European visitors : first contacts
    Europe arriving = 147
    Spain and Portugal in the Pacific = 150
    Ferdinand Magellan = 151
    Dutch exploration = 151
    Lost ships = 152
    Captain James Cook = 152
      Death of Captain Cook = 153
    French exploration, 1768-1815 = 154
    Louis Antoine de Bougainville = 154
    Wallis and Carteret = 155
    La P e' rouse = 155
    Mutiny on the Bounty = 156
    William Bligh = 158
    Louis-Claude de Freycinet = 158
    Dumont d'Urville = 159
    United States exploring expedition = 159
    The noble savage = 159
      Ahutoru = 160
      Omai = 160
      Lee Boo = 161
      Ruatara = 161
    Scientists and observers = 161
      Denis Diderot = 161
      Joseph Banks = 161
      Adelbert von Chamisso = 162
      Lajos Biro = 163
      T J McMahon = 163
      Bronislaw Malinowski = 163
      W H R Rivers = 164
      C G Seligman = 164
      Sir Peter Buck(Te Rangi Hiroa) = 164
    Women anthropologists in Papua New Guinea = 165
      Margaret Mead = 165
      Camilla Wedgwood = 166
    The Pacific in European art = 167
      Paul Cauguin = 170
    Writing about the Pacific = 170
    Some European writers on the Pacific islands = 173
      R M Ballantyne = 173
      Louis Becke = 173
      Samuel Butler = 173
      Lady Constance F Gordon Cumming = 173
      Allen Curnow = 174
      William Dampier = 174
      Daniel Defoe = 174
      William Ellis = 174
      Robert D Fitzgerald = 174
      Robert James Fletcher 174
      Robert Dean Frisbie = 174
      Friedrich Gerst a ·· cker = 174
      Arthur Grimble = 174
      Beatrice Grimshaw = 174
      James Jones = 174
      William Henry Giles Kingston = 174
      Jack London = 174
      Pierre Loti = 174
      James McAuley = 174
      Jack McLaren = 174
      William Mariner = 174
      Jean Mariotti = 174
      Somerset Maugham = 174
      Herman Melville = 174
      James A Michener = 174
      Charles Bernard Nordhoff = 174
      Willard Price = 175
      Olaf Ruhen = 175
      Arnold Safroni-Middleton = 175
      Kenneth Slessor = 175
      Henry de Vere Stacpoole = 175
      Charles Warren Stoddard = 175
      Randolph Stow = 175
      Paul Theroux = 175
      Jules Verne = 175
  4 Religion and Christianity
    Indigenous religious systems = 175
    The spread of Christian missions = 178
    London Missionary Society = 178
    American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions = 180
    Methodists = 180
    Anglicans = 181
    French missions in the Pacific = 181
    Lutherans = 183
    Lotu = 184
    New Zealand's involvement in Pacific missions = 184
    Hongi Hika = 184
    Mulipola Faue a = 185
    Influence of missions in Fiji = 185
    Pacific islander missionaries = 185
    Pastors = 186
      George Sarawia = 186
      Soakimi Gatafahefa = 186
      The first Hawaiian missionaries = 187
      Mary Kaaialii Nawaa = 187
    Missionary biographies = 187
      Charles Abel = 187
      Shirley Baker = 188
      Hiram Bingham = 188
      William Bromilow = 189
      George Brown = 189
      John Wear Burton = 189
      James Chalmers = 189
      Pierre(St Peter) Chanel = 190
      Robert Codrington = 190
      Joseph Damien = 190
      Jean-Baptiste E' palle = 191
      Thomas Haweis = 191
      John Hunt = 191
      Honor e' Laval = 191
      W G Lawes = 192
      Maurice Leenhardt = 192
      Samuel Marsden = 192
      John G Paton = 193
      John Coleridge Patteson = 193
      Bishop Pompallier = 194
      George Pritchard = 194
      Bishop Selwyn = 195
      Charles Vi e' not = 195
      John Williams = 196
    The church in the Pacific today = 197
    Mormons = 198
    Seventh-Day Adventist church = 199
    Baha'i = 199
    Hinduism = 199
    New Christian movements = 200
  5 Trade and labour
    Colonial labour trade = 202
    Beach communities = 204
      Kororareka = 206
      Lahaina = 207
      Levuka = 207
    China trade = 207
    Blackbirders = 208
    Peruvian slave trade = 208
    Torres Strait seaway = 208
    Whaling = 209
    B e ^ che-de-mer = 210
    Sandalwood trade = 211
    Phosphate = 212
      Guano = 213
    Copra and coconut oil = 213
    Polynesia Company = 213
    Japanese commercial interests = 213
    German commercial interests = 215
      J C Godeffroy & Sohn = 216
      Jaluit Gesellschaft = 216
      Burns Philp = 217
      Lever Brothers = 217
      Carpenter Group = 218
      Hennings = 218
      Morris Hedstrom = 219
      Ben Boyd = 219
      John Higginson = 219
      Robert Louis Stevenson = 220
  6 Land tenure and alienation
    Customary land tenure = 221
    German colonial land policies = 223
    Land alienation in New Caledonia = 225
    Land alienation in Hawai'i = 226
      Great Mahele = 227
    Land tenure in Tonga = 228
    Fiji Native Land Trust Board = 228
  7 Colonial rule
    Colonial rule : administrative styles and practices = 229
    Spanish expansion, 1675-1899 = 231
    French expansion, 1817-1939 = 233
    Kanak rebellion, 1878 = 234
    German colonial administration, 1884-1914 = 235
    Japanese activity in Micronesia, 1885-1945 = 236
    Deed of Cession = 238
    Guano Act of the United States = 239
    Condominium = 239
    Western Pacific High Commission = 240
      Sir John Thurston = 241
      Sir Arthur Gordon = 242
      F J Moss = 242
      Wilhelm Solf = 242
  8 World War Ⅱ
    Islander experiences in the Pacific war = 243
    Papua New Guinea in the war = 249
    War in Fiji = 250
    Tonga in the war = 251
    Kokoda Track = 252
    Guadalcanal = 252
    Pearl Harbor = 253
  9 Post-war Pacific
    Cargo cults = 253
    Nuclear testing = 256
      US nuclear tests, 1946-62 = 257
      British nuclear tests, 1957-58 = 257
      French nuclear tests, 1966-96 = 258
      Nuclear-free Pacific = 258
      Bikini Atoll = 259
    Decolonization = 259
    Fiji coups, 1987 = 260
    Bougainville conflict and peace process, 1988-98 = 261
      Chronology of a crisis = 263
    Defence forces in the Pacific = 265
      Papua New Guinea = 266
      Fiji = 266
      Vanuatu = 266
      Solomon Islands = 266
      American Samoa = 266
      Guam = 266
      Hawai'i = 266
FOUR POLITICS
  1 Leadership
    Politics in the Pacific : an overview = 269
    Traditional leadership today = 272
      Big-men = 273
    Micronesian leadership after World War Ⅱ = 273
    Leadership codes in the Pacific = 276
    Political biographies = 277
      I'iga Pisa = 277
      Samuel Wilder King = 277
      Marou Mimi = 277
      Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna = 278
      Marcel Pouvana'a A Oopa = 278
      Queen S a lote Tupou Ⅲ = 279
      A D Patel = 280
      Albert Henry = 281
      Wilson Inia = 281
      Sir Robert Rex = 282
      Sir Fiatau Penitala Teo = 282
      Francis Sanford = 282
      Malietoa Tanumafili Ⅱ = 282
      Sir John Guise = 282
      Kondom Agaundo = 283
      Sir Thomas Davis = 283
      T a ufa' a hau Tupou Ⅳ = 283
      Ratu Sir Penaia Ganilau = 284
      Peter Coleman = 284
      Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara = 285
      Fiam e Mata'afa Mulinu'u Ⅱ = 285
      Jonathan Fifi'i = 286
      Prince Fatafehi Tu'ipelehake = 286
      Tupua Tamasese Lealofi Ⅳ = 286
      George Mye = 287
      Hammer DeRoburt = 287
      Tofilau Eti Alesana = 287
      George R Ariyoshi = 288
      Amata Kabua = 288
      Ricardo J Bordallo = 289
      Toalipi Lauti = 289
      Sir Albert Maori Kiki = 289
      Tosiwo Nakayama = 290
      Gaston Flosse = 290
      Ellie Gaffney = 290
      Jacques Lafleur = 291
      Paul M Calvo = 291
      Dr Timoci Bavadra = 291
      Lazarus Sali'i = 292
      Edward Mabo = 292
      Sir Michael Somare = 292
      Jean-Marie Tjibaou = 293
      Carlos Sablan Camacho = 294
      Sir John Kaputin = 294
      Sir Julius Chan = 295
      Solomon Mamaloni = 295
      Walter Lini = 295
      John Momis = 296
      Sir Iambakey Okuk = 296
      Kuniwo Nakamura = 297
      Sir Peter Kenilorea = 297
      Dame Josephine Abaijah = 297
      Nidoish Naisseline = 297
      Bernard Dowiyogo = 298
      Sir Rabbie Namaliu = 298
      Sitiveni Rabuka = 299
      Ieremia Tabai = 299
      Bartholomew Ulufa'alu = 299
      Paias Wingti = 300
      Paul N e' aoutyine = 300
  2 Parties, politics and protest movements
    Protest : proto-nationalist movements = 300
      Mau a Pule = 302
      Vailala Madness = 303
      John Frum movement = 303
      Maasina Rule = 304
      Nagriamel = 304
      Hawaiian sovereignty : 100 years as a colony = 305
      West Papuan nationalism = 306
      Torres Strait independence movement = 306
      Pro-democracy movement in Tonga = 307
      Nationalism in French territories = 307
      Mataungan Association = 309
      Organisasi Papua Merdeka = 310
      Pangu Pati = 310
      Papua Besena = 311
    Media management and the foreign policy process = 311
    Government-media relations in the Pacific islands = 313
  3 Political and legal systems
    Pacific constitutions = 314
    International law and the Pacific Ocean = 316
    Courts and legal systems = 317
    Human rights = 319
    Ombudsmen = 320
    Criminal justice in Papua New Guinea = 320
    Village court system of Papua New Guinea = 322
    Constitutional development in Tonga = 323
    Constitution review in Fiji = 324
    Palau's nuclear-free constitution = 325
    Matignon Accords = 326
    Noumea Accord = 326
  4 The region end the world
    Regional cooperation and initiatives = 326
    Pacific Community(South Pacific Commission) = 328
    South Pacific Forum = 329
    Pacific islands and the world = 331
      Australia and the Pacific = 331
      The French Pacific in the 20th century = 332
      Japan and the Pacific = 334
      Latin America and the Pacific = 335
      New Zealand and the Pacific = 336
      The United States of America and the Pacific = 338
FIVE ECONOMY
  1 Agriculture
    Agriculture = 343
      Indigenous cultivation systems = 343
      Arboriculture and agroforestry = 343
      Shifting cultivation = 343
      Irrigation and drainage 344
      Intensive cultivation = 344
      Houseyard gardens = 345
      Animal husbandry = 345
      Contemporary production systems = 345
      Farming's future = 346
    Plantations = 347
    Rural change and development = 348
    Sugar = 353
    Fiji's sugar industry = 354
    Colonial Sugar Refining Company = 355
    Pacific cash crops = 355
      Palm oil = 355
      Rubber = 355
      Cocoa = 356
      Coffee = 356
      Rice = 356
      Tea = 356
  2 Labour
    Trade unions = 357
      Apisal Tora = 361
    Labour reserve = 361
    Strikes and industrial action = 362
      Fiji strikes of 1920 and 1921 = 363
      Rabaul strike 1929 = 363
      Strike action in Hawai'i = 364
      Fiji strike of 1959 = 364
      Public service strike in Samoa = 364
    Public sector employment = 365
    Unemployment = 365
    Labour - Cook Islanders = 366
  3 Fisheries, forestry and mining
    Natural resources and international development = 366
    Fisheries = 366
    Forestry = 368
    Mining and petroleum = 369
    Mining in the Pacific islands = 371
      Nickel mining = 373
    Logging in Solomon Islands = 373
      Jant wood chipping = 375
    Subsistence and domestic fishing = 375
      Island fisheries = 376
      Multilateral Treaty on Fisheries = 377
      Solomon Taiyo Limited = 377
    Sustainable development = 377
      Environmental concerns in Cook Islands = 380
  4 Transport
    Shipping = 381
    Aviation = 384
    Flying boats = 388
    Passenger liners and cruise ships = 388
    Pacific Forum Line = 389
  5 Financial and economic development
    Banking and finance = 389
    Tax free zones = 391
    Philatelic bureaux = 392
    Cooperatives = 393
    Foreign aid = 393
      Aid rationale and philosophy = 395
      Problems and prospects = 396
    MIRAB economies = 397
    Tourism = 398
      South Pacific Tourism Council = 402
      Pacific Islands Centre = 402
SIX SOCIETY
  1 Gender and family relationships
    Family = 405
    Rituals of the life-cycle = 408
    Divination = 410
    Feasts and the symbolism of food = 411
    Kava = 412
    Clan = 413
    Polygyny = 413
    Adoption = 414
    Prostitution = 414
    Gender = 415
    Transvestism(transgenderism) = 416
    Ritualised homosexuality = 417
  2 Education
    Introduction of formal education = 418
      Education in Hawai'i = 418
      Education in Tonga = 419
      Education in Fiji = 419
      Education in Solomon Islands = 419
      Education in French Polynesia = 419
      Education in New Caledonia = 420
      Education in Papua New Guinea = 420
      Education in Cook Islands = 420
    Educational planning in the Pacific = 421
    Higher education for Pacific islanders = 422
    Pacific universities = 423
      University of Papua New Guinea = 424
      University of the South Pacific = 425
      Specialist medical training = 426
      Theological colleges = 426
      Pacific Theological College = 427
      Newington College = 427
      Center for Pacific Island Studies = 427
      East-West Center = 427
      Institute of Pacific Studies, Suva = 428
      Institute for Polynesian Studies, Hawai'i = 428
      Centre for South Pacific Studies, UNSW = 428
      Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU = 428
      South Pacific Bureau for Educational Assessment = 428
      Micronesian Area Reseach Center = 429
      Centre for the Contemporary Pacific = 429
      Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies = 429
  3 Social order
    Traditional sanctions and laws = 429
    Gift-giving in Melanesia = 432
    Domestic violence = 433
    Urban crime and social status = 434
    Youth and crime in Papua New Guinea = 435
      Raskols = 437
    Urban squatting in Fiji = 437
    Suicide in the Pacific islands = 439
      Youth suicide in Micronesia = 440
  4 Health
    Traditional food and nutrition = 440
      Cooking = 441
      Nutritional value of earlier diets = 442
    Endemic and introduced diseases = 442
    Traditional healing practices = 443
    Fertility and family planning = 443
    Nursing = 445
    Child health in the Pacific = 446
    Alcohol and drug abuse = 447
    Trauma = 448
    Mental health = 449
    Burkitts tumour = 450
    Diabetes = 450
    HIV infection/AIDS = 450
    Hookworm = 451
    Kuru = 451
    Malaria = 451
    Pig bel = 452
    Sexually transmitted diseases = 452
    'Swollen baby' syndrome = 452
    Tropical ulcers = 452
    Cancer in Papua New Guinea = 453
    Typhoid fever = 454
    Yaws = 454
  5 Sports and games
    Traditional sports and games = 455
    String figures or 'cat's cradles' = 456
    Contemporary sports = 456
    Cricket = 459
    South Pacific Games = 460
    Origins of surfing = 460
    Surfing today = 460
    Pacific islanders' sporting achievements = 461
      Bula = 461
      John Rumet Kaputin = 461
      Siteveni Rabuka = 461
      Alain Lazare = 461
      Peter Fatialofa = 461
      Margharet Matenga = 461
      Mark Pulemanu Tuinei = 461
      Olo Max Brown = 461
      Rita Fatialofa = 461
      Willie(Viliame) Ofahengaue = 462
      Va'aiga Tuigamala = 462
      Paea Wolfgramm = 462
      Marcus Stephen = 462
      Waisale Serevi = 462
      Daniel Manu = 462
      Christian Lali Karembeu = 462
      David Tua = 462
      John(Sione) Hopoate = 462
      Beatrice Faumuina = 463
      Akebono = 463
      Joeli Vidiri = 463
      Jonah Lomu = 463
  6 Communications
    Development of telecommunications = 463
    Radio broadcasting = 468
    Television and video = 469
    Impact of television in the Pacific islands = 471
    Television development and training = 472
    Newspapers = 473
    Publishing = 474
    Magazines = 476
      Pacific Islands Monthly = 476
      Islands Business = 476
      Perfect Beat = 476
    Foreign media = 478
    PACNEWS = 478
    Media associations = 479
    Electronic networking = 479
      Internet resources = 480
SEVEN CULTURE
  1 Culture and identity
    Culture, kastom, tradition = 483
    The Pacific way = 486
      The pan-Pacific person = 487
      Wantok = 487
    Greetings from the Pacific islands = 488
  2 Dress and decorative art
    Body decoration(bilas) in Papua New Guinea = 488
    Tattooing = 490
      Tattooing in Samoa = 491
    Introduction of European clothing = 492
  3 Performance
    Cook Islands traditional music and dance = 493
    Music and dance in French Polynesia = 497
    Hawaiian hula = 498
    Dance in Tokelau = 499
    Samoan traditional music and dance = 500
    Dance in Papua New Guinea = 502
    Singsing in Papua New Guinea = 505
    Tongan music and dance = 506
    Clowning in the Pacific = 507
    Musical instruments = 508
    Festival of Pacific Arts = 509
    Heiva = 510
    Contemporary Pacific music = 511
    Contemporary Kaneka music of New Caledonia = 512
    Contemporary music of Polynesia : Cook Islands = 513
    Contemporary music in Papua New Guinea = 514
    Indigenous popular music in Australia = 515
  4 Literature
    Pacific identities, Pacific writing = 516
    Creative literature by Pacific islanders = 517
    New Zealand Maori literature : from fringe to centre = 517
    Cook Islands literature = 518
    Chamorro literature = 520
    Contemporary writing in Fiji = 520
    'Local' writing from Hawai'i = 521
    Contemporary Hawaiian literature = 522
    Indigenous literature : Micronesia = 524
    Samoan written and oral literature = 525
    Solomon Islands literature = 527
    Indigenous writing in French Polynesia = 528
    Some Pacific writers = 530
      Apelu Aiavao = 530
      Arapera Hineira Kaa Blank = 530
      Nora Vagi Brash = 530
      Alistair Te Ariki Campbell = 530
      Marjorie Tuainekore Crocombe = 530
      Sir Thomas(Tom) Davis = 531
      Alan Duff = 531
      Vincent Serei Eri = 531
      Sia Figiel = 531
      Florence(Johnny) Frisbie = 531
      Patricia Grace = 531
      Rowley Habib = 532
      Epeli Hau'ofa = 532
      Vilsoni Hereniko = 532
      Ken Ann Ruhi Hulme = 532
      Witi Ihimaera = 532
      Arthur Jawodimbari = 532
      Jon Jonassen = 533
      Lilikala Kame'eleihiwa = 533
      John Kasaipwalova = 533
      Kauraka Kauraka = 533
      Celo Kulagoe = 533
      Julian Maka'a = 533
      Jully Makini = 533
      Sano Malifa = 534
      Sir Paulias Matane = 534
      Sudesh Mishra = 534
      Grace Mera Molisa = 534
      Satendra Pratap Nandan = 534
      Sampson Ngwele = 534
      Rexford Orotaloa = 534
      Ruperake Petaia = 535
      Raymond Pillai = 535
      Roma Potiki = 535
      John Pule = 535
      John Selwyn Saunana = 535
      Russell Soaba = 535
      Subramani = 535
      Robert Sullivan = 535
      Kumalau Tawali = 535
      Apirana Taylor = 536
      Vianney Kianteata Teabo = 536
      Teresia Teaiwa = 536
      Francis Tekonnang = 536
      Makiufi Tongia = 536
      Konaiholeva Helu Thaman = 536
      Haunani-Kay Trask = 536
      Hone Tuwhare = 536
      Joseph C Veramu = 537
      Momoe Malietoa Von Reiche = 537
      Albert Wendt = 537
  5 Pacific arts
    Arts today : recent and contemporary art = 538
    Documentary(non-fiction) film in the Pacific = 541
    Fictional films = 543
    Polynesian collections = 545
      Bishop Museum = 546
      Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre = 546
    Barkcloth = 546
    Mats and mat-making = 549
    Quilting in Polynesia = 550
    Sepik art = 551
    Traditional Malanggan art = 552
    Traditional island architecture = 553
      Parliament House of Papua New Guinea = 555
      The Centre for Hawaiian Studies = 555
EIGHT ISLAND PROFILES
  American Samoa = 559
  Chatham Islands = 561
  Cook Islands = 562
  Federated States of Micronesia = 564
  Fiji Islands = 566
  Rotuma = 568
  Flags of the Pacific Islands = 570
  French Polynesia = 572
  Galapagos Islands = 575
  Guam = 576
  Hawai'i = 578
  Irian Jaya = 580
  Kermadec Islands = 581
  Kiribati = 582
  Kiritimati(Christmas Island) = 584
  Malden Island = 586
  Marshall Islands = 586
  Nauru = 588
  New Caledonia = 590
  Loyalty Islands = 592
  Niue = 593
  Norfolk Island = 594
  Northern Mariana Islands = 596
  Ogasawara Islands(Bonin Islands) = 597
  Palau = 598
  Papua New Guinea = 600
  Pitcairn Islands = 602
  Rapanui(Easter Island) = 603
  Ryukyu Islands = 605
  Samoa = 606
  Solomon Islands = 608
  Tokelau = 611
  Tonga = 613
  Torres Strait Islands = 616
  Tuvalu = 618
  Vanuatu = 620
  Wallis and Futuna = 623
Subject Index = 625
Section Index = 657

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