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Adams. H. (1901). Memoirs of Arii Taimai E, Marama of Eimeo, Terirere of Tooarai, Teriinui of Tahiti, Tauraatua I Amo. Paris.

Aitken, R. T. (1930). Ethnology of Tubuai. Honolulu.


Alkire, W. H. (1972). An Introduction to the Peoples and Cultures of Microneaia.  Reading,  Mass

Anderson, J. W. (1880). Notes of Travel in Fiji and New Caledonia with some Remarks on South Sea Islanders and their Languages. London. 

Audran, H. (1918). Napuka. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 2.

Bargatzky, T. (1980). Beachcombers and Castaways as Innovators. Journal of Pacific History, 15.

Berry, E. (1968). The Polynesian Triangle. New York


Baudet, H. (1961). Paradise on Earth: Some Thoughts on European Images of Non-European Man. New Haven, Conn. 


Beechey, F. (1831). Narrative of a Voyage. London.  

Beaglehole, E. (1940). The Polynesian Maori. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 1.

Beaglehole, E. (1957). Social Change in the South Pacific. London.

Beaglehole, E., & Beaglehole, P. (1938). Ethnology of the Pukapuka. Honolulu.

Beaglehole, E., & Beaglehole, P. (1939). Brief Pukapuka Case History. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 48.

Beaglehole, E., & Beaglehole, P. (1941). Pangai—Village in Tonga. Wellington. 

Beaglehole, E., & Beaglehole, P. (1941). Personality Development in Pukapukan Children. In L. Spier, A. H. Hallowell, & S. S. Newman (Eds.), Language, Culture and Personality. Salt Lake City.

Beaglehole, J. C. (Ed.). (1966). The Journals of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery. Cambridge.

Beechy, F. W. (1831). Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering’s Strait . . . in the Ship "Blossom: London.


Bellwood, P. (1970). “Dispersal Centres in East Polynesia with Special Reference to the Society and Marquesas Islands. In R. C. Green & M. Kelly (Eds.), Studies in Oceanic Culture, 1. Honolulu.

Bellwood, P. (1978). Man’s Conquest of the Pacific. Auckland.

Bellwood, P. (1978). Polynesians: Prehistory of an Island People. London.

Best, E. (1924). The Maori. Wellington.

Bingham, H. (1847). Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands. New York.

Binney, J. (1969). Christianity and the Maoris to 1840: A comment. New Zealand Journal of History, 3.

Bligh, W. (1792). A Voyage to the South Seas . . . in His Majesty’s Ship the “Bounty. London.

Bougainville, L. A. (1771). Voyage autour de Monde. Paris.

Bowden, R. (1979). Tapu and Mana: Ritual Authority and Political Power in Traditional Maori Society. Journal of Pacific History, 14.

Brenchley, J. L. (1873). Jottings During the Cruise of the H.M.S. “Curacoa” Among the South Sea Islands in 1865. London.

Brown, G. (1910). Melanesians and Polynesians. London.

Buck, P. (1932). Ethnology of Manikihi and Rakahanga. Honolulu.

Buck, P. (1932). Ethnology of Tongareva. Honolulu.

Buck, P. (1934). Mangaian Society. Honolulu.

Buck, P. (1938). Ethnology of Mangareva. Honolulu.

Buck, P. (1949). The Coming of the Maori. Wellington.

Burrows, E. G. (1936). Ethnology of Futuna. Honolulu.

Burrows, E. G. (1937). Ethnology of Uvea. Honolulu.

Burrows, E. G. (1940). Polynesian Music and Dancing. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 3.

Cook, J. (1777). A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Around the World Performed in His Majesty’s Ships “Resolution” and “Adventure” in the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. London.

Crocombe, R. G., & Crobombe, M. (1968). The Works of Ta’unga: Records of a Polyessian Traveller in the South Seas 1833 – 1896. Canberra.

Danielsson, B. (1962). Sex Life in Polynesia. In A. Ellis (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Sexual Behavior. New York

Davidson, J. W. (1942). European Penetration of the South Pacific 1779 – 1842. PhD Thesis, Cambridge University.

Davis, T. R. A. (1947). Rarotonga Today. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 2.


Daws, G. (1980). A Dream of Islands: Voyages of Self-discovery in the South Seas. New York.

Delmas, S. (1927). La Religion, ou le Paganisme des Marquisiens. Paris.

Dening, G. (1980). Islands and Beaches: Discourse on a Silent Land, Marquesas 1774 – 1880. Melbourne.

Dening, G. (1986). Possessing Tahiti. Archeology in Oceania, 21.

 

Diapea, W. (1928). Cannibal Jack: The True Autopbiography of a White Man in the South Seas. London.

Dodd, E.  (1972). Polynesian Seafaring. New York.

Dodge, E. S. (1940). An Account of the Marquesas Islands in 1825. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 49.

Dodge, E. S. (1963). Early American Contacts in Polynesia and Fiji. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 107.

Doumenge, F. (1966). L’ Homme dans le Pacifique Sud. Paris.

Doumen d”Urville (1839). Voyage Pittoresque autour du Monde. Paris.  

Ellis, W. (1883). Polynesian Researches. New York.

Emory, K. (1942). The Island of Lanai. Honolulu.

Emory, K. (1951). Polynesian Culture. In Freeman & Otis (Eds.), Geography of the Pacific. New York.

Erskine, J. E. (1853). Journal of a Cruise Among the Islands of the Western Pacific. London. Fanning, E. (1838). Voyages to the South Seas . . . Between the Years 1830 – 1837. New York.

Farmer, S. S. (1855). Tonga and the Friendly Islands. London.

Finney, B. R. (1979). Hokule’a: The Way to Tahiti. New York.


Firth, R. (1936). We, the Tikopia. London.

Fornander, A. (1880). An Account of the Polynesian Race. London.

Forster, G. (1777). A Voyage Round the World, in His Britannic Majesty’s Sloop “Relolution” . . . During the Years 1772, 3, 4, 5. London.

Furnas, J. C. (1950). Anatomy of Paradise. London.

Gauguin, P. (1929). Noa Noa. Paris.

Gibbings, R. (1948). Over the Reefs. London.

Gifford, E. W. (1939). Tongan Society. Honolulu.

Gill, W. W. (1876). Life in the Southern Isles. London.

Gladwin, T. (1974). East is a Big Bird: Navigation and Logic on Puluwat Atoll. Cambridge, Mass.

Goldman, I. (1970). Ancient Polynesian Society. Chicago.

Golson, J. (1972). The Pac ic Islands and their Prehistoric Inhabitants. In R. G. Ward (Ed.), Man in the Pacific Islands. Oxford.

Green, R. C., & Davidson, J. (1972). Melanesian Origin of Polynesian Culture. Pacific Islands Monthly, Sept.

Handy, C. (1923). The Native Culture in the Marquesas. Honolulu.

Handy, C. (1927). Polynesian Religion. Honolulu.

Handy, C. (1952). The Polynesian Family Systems in Kauai, Hawaii. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 4.

Henry, T. (1928). Ancient Times in Tahiti. Honolulu.

Hocart, A. M. (1929). The Lau Islands, Fiji. Honolulu.

Hogbin. H. (1931). The Sexual Life of the Natives of Ontong Java (Solomon Islands). Journal of the Polynesian Society, 40.

Howe, K. R. (1973). The Fate of the “Savage” in Pacific Historiography. New Zealand Journal of History, 11.

Im Thurn, E., & Wharton, L. C. (1925). The Journal of William Lockerby, Sandalwood Trader in the Fijian Islands During the Years 1808 – 1809. Oxford.

Jennings, J. D. (Ed.). (1979). The Prehistory of Polynesia. Canberra.

Jarves, J. (1843). History of the Hawaiian or Sandwich Islands. Boston.

Kamakua, S. M. (1964). Ka Po’e Kahiko: The People of Old. Honolulu.

Kelly, M. (1967). Some Problems with Early Descriptions of Hawaiian Culture. In G. A. Highland et al. (Eds.). Polynesian Culture History. Honolulu.

Kotzebue, Otto von (1821). Voyage of Discover in the South Sea . . . Undertaken in the Years 1815, 16, 17, 18. London.

Lal. B. V. (1985)l Veil of Dishonor: Sexual Jealousy and Suicide on Fiji Plantations. The Journal of Pacific History, 20.

Langdon, R. (1968). Tahiti: Island of Love. Sydney.

Langsdorff, G. H. von (1817), Voyages and Travels . . . 1803-7. Philadelphia.

La Pérouse, J. F. G. De (1798). A Voyage Round the World in the Years 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788. London.

Lawry, W. (1850). Friendly and Feejee Islands: A Missionary Visit . . . in 1847. London.

Lesson, R. P. (1838). Voyage autour de Monde. Paris.

Levin, S. S. (1968). The Overthrow of the Kapu System in Hawaii. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 77.

Lewis, D. (1973). We The Navigators: The Ancient Art of Landfinding in the Pacific Canberra.

Linton, R. (1923). Marquesan Culture. In A. Kardiner (Ed.), The Individual and His Society. New York.

Lisiansky. U. (1814). A Voyage Around the World, in the Years 1803-1806 in the Ship “Neva.” London.

Lucett, E. (1851). Rovings in the Pacific. London.

McGregor, G. (1937). Ethnology of the Tokelau Islands. Honolulu. 

Mai (1930). Moyens de seduction. Bulletin de la Société des Études Océaniennes, 37.

Malinowski, B. (1929). Sexual Live of Savages. New York.

Malo, D. (1951). Hawaiian Antiquities. Honolulu.

Marchand, E. (1797). Voyage autour du Monde pendant les Aneés 1790, 1791, et 1792. Paris.

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Mariner, W. (1817). An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands. London.

Marshall, D. (1961). Ra’ivava’e. New York.

Martin, J. (1827). An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean . . . Compiled and Arranged from Extensive Communications of Mr William Mariner, Several years Resident in those Islands. London.

Maude, H. E. (1968). Of Islands and Men: Studies in Pacific History. Melbourne.

McArthur, N. (1967). Island Populations of the Pacific. Canberra.

McMullin, D. T. (2006): “First Contacts” in Polynesia, the Samoan Case, (1722 – 1848):

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Mead, M. (1929). Coming of Age in Samoa. London.

Meijl, T. van, & Grijp, P. van der (1994). European Imagery and Colonial History in the Pacific. Breitenbach.

Melville, H. (1963). Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life During a Four Month’s Residence in a Valley of the Marquesas . . . . New York.

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Moorehead, A. (1968). The Fatal Impact: An Account of the Invasion of the South  Pacific 1767 – 1840. Harmondsworth.

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Pearson, W. H. (1969). European Intimidation and the Myth of Tahiti. Journal of Pacific History, 4.

Pearson, W. H. (1970). The reception of European Voyagers on Polynesian Islands. Journal de la Société des Océanistes, 26.

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Porter, D. (1822). Journal of a Cruise Made to the Pacific Ocean by Capt. David Porter in the U. S. Frigate Essex, in the Years 1812, 1813, 1814. New York.

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Robertson, H. A. (1902). Erromanga: The Martyr Isle. London.

Robinson, M. (2003). Peace Between the Sheets

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