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Volume 1 Number 1 September 1977


Volume 1 Number 1 September 1977

 

ARTICLES

 

Emory, Kenneth P.

1977 Comparison of Polynesian Genealogies in the Bishop Museum. Pacific Studies 1(1): 1-14.

 

Macnaught, Timothy

1977 We Seem No Longer to Be Fijians: Some Perceptions of Social Change in Fijian History. Pacific Institute 1(1): 15-24.

 

Shumway, Eric B.

1977 Ko E Fakalangilangi: TheEulogistic Function of the Tongan Poet. Pacific Studies 1(1): 25-34.

 

Jacobs, Suzanne E.

1977 Steps Towards the Development of a Written Culture in Oral Communities: The Role Played by a University of Hawaii Bilingual Project for Micronesians. Pacific Studies 1(1): 35-46.

 

Bishop, James

1977 American Samoa: Which Road Ahead? Pacific Studies 1(1): 47-53.

 

EDITOR'S FORUM

 

Fox, C. Jay

1977 Intercultural Communication: An Educator's Personal Point of View. Pacific Studies 1(1): 54-63.

 

REVIEWS

 

Korn, Alfons L., ed.

News From Molokai: Letters Between Peter Kaeo and Queen Emma, 1873- 1876 (Joseph Spurrier). Pacific Studies 1(1): 64-66.

 

O'Reilley, Patrick

Tahiti au temps de la reine Pomare (Robert Craig). Pacific Studies 1(1): 66-67.

 

Loomis, Albertine

For Whom the Stars? (Kenneth Baldrige). Pacific Studies 1(1): 67-69.

 

 

Volume 1 Number 2 Spring 1978

 

ARTICLES

 

Hoare, Michael E.

1978 Introduction: James Cook: Man, Myth and Reality. Pacific Studies 1(2): 71-77.

 

Ritchie, G. S.

1978 Captain Cook's Influence on Hydrographic Surveying. Pacific Studies 1(2): 78- 96.

 

McCormick, E. H.

1978 Captain Cook and Omai. Pacific Studies 1(2): 97-118.

 

Gibson, James R.

1978 The Significance of Cook's Third Pacific Voyage to Russian Tenure in the North Pacific. Pacific Studies 1(2): 119-146.

 

Stearn, William T.

1978 The Botanical Results of Captain Cook's Three Voyages and Their Later Influence. Pacific Studies 1(2): 147-162.

 

Wallis, Helen

1978 Publication of Cook's Journals: Some New Sources and Assessments. Pacific Studies 1(2): 163-194.

 

Hoare, Michael E.

1978 Cook Studies: Whither Now? Pacific Studies 1(2): 195-217.

 

 

 

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