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Ethnology of Mangareva

Peter Henry Buck

Ethnology of Mangareva

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Published by Kraus Reprint in New York .
Written in English

  • Polynesian languages,
  • Ethnology,
  • Texts

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    Statementby Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck)
    SeriesBernice P. Bishop Museum. Bulletin 157, Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- no. 157.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 519 p.
    Number of Pages519
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26567423M

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Peter H Buck books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sep 24,  · The wood is not noted as a good fuel. In Mangareva, breadfruit logs were purposely left to smoulder to assist in lighting subsequent fires (Buck ). A coarse tapa (bark cloth) was made from the inner bark of the trees in the Marquesas. The inner bark was also used to make cordage. Many parts of the tree have medicinal uses. Jul 01,  · Abstract When first test excavated in , the Onemea site on Taravai Island (site TAR-6) yielded high densities of extirpated and extinct bird bones which, along with radiocarbon dates of AD to , suggested a colonization phase occupation. Deciding what needs saving when entire archaeological sites cannot be saved. A branch of archaeology tied to government policies for the protection of cultural resources and involving surveying and/or excavating archaeological and historical remains threatened by construction or development.

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Ethnology of Mangareva, Issue Volume of Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin Volume of Bulletin, Honolulu Bernice P. Bishop Museum Ethnology of Mangareva: Author: Peter Henry Buck: Publisher: The Museum, Length: pages: Subjects: Ethnology Mangareva (French Polynesia) Mangareva language Material culture Polynesian languages: Export Citation.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Mangarevan narrative (or Mangarevan mythology) comprises the legends, historical tales, and sayings of the ancient Mangarevan people.

It is considered a variant of a more general Polynesian narrative, developing its own unique character for several centuries before the s.

Books shelved as ethnology: Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond, The Sex Lives of Cannibals: Adrift in the Equatorial P. White, II, ; Buck, Ethnology of Mangareva, p. vengeful; others, a benevolent culture bringer, using his gifts of magic for the good of man.

Mauiʻs exploits or ua in his struggle for power are listed by number. In changed form she takes many husbands, in the Kumulipo by changing from age to youth, in Mangareva [ Buck, Ethnology of Mangareva, pp.

] through the fertilizing power of the parts of her body; in both cases she becomes wife and mother to the family of the god. Honoré Laval,, (born Louis-Jacques Laval; 5/6 February – 1 November ) was a French Catholic priest of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (also known as the Picpus Fathers), a religious institute of the Roman Catholic Church, who.

The island of Mangareva, in the Gambier Islands of Polynesia, was a monarchy until its annexation by France on 21 February Although there were other monarchs of the Gambier Islands like Taravai, the kings of Mangareva were considered of the highest ranking.

The islands kings and chiefs were called ʻakariki from the togoʻiti class. Home» Books» Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution Annual report of Ethnology of Mangareva book Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.

May 26,  · (Te Rangi Hiroa [Sir Peter H. Buck], ) Suicide took place among both sexes through jealousy, anger, and sometimes loss of power and prestige.

Men took their own lives in preference to being killed by the enemy. Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians, Volume 1, Issue 1 child Choctaw clan colors common corn Creek Indians culture hero dance dancers decorated deer deerskin deity dltso drum earth emetic Ethnology feathers feet fire fish four gatherings given goconi gourds ground hand head hunting inches Indians killed leader medicine About Google Books.

The Mangareva Statue or Deity Figure from Mangareva is an important wooden sculpture of a male god that was made on the Pacific island of Mangareva in French Polynesia. The idol was given to English missionaries in the early nineteenth century as the local population converted to Christianity.

It was eventually bought by the British Museum in Present location: British Museum, London. Ethnology of Mangareva (in: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin, no ). Honolulu. Bernice P. Bishop Museum BUCK, PETER HENRY.

edition. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga (in: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin, no 99). Honolulu. Bernice P.

Bishop Museum BURBRIDGE, G. A new grammar of the Tahitian Ethnology of Mangareva book of the Polynesian language. Jan 28,  · One of two number systems traditionally used on Mangareva, a small island in French Polynesia, had three binary steps superposed onto a decimal structure.

Here, we show how this system functions, how it facilitated arithmetic, and why it is by: Tiripone Mama Taira Putairi,, (–) was educated by French missionaries from birth and became the first indigenous Roman Catholic priest ordained in Eastern Polynesia.

He was part of the native royal family of Mangareva, and his father Bernardo Putairi was the island's last ruling regent. Part of the Science Across Cultures: The History of Non-Western Science book series (SACH, volume 1) Abstract If, on a Cartesian projection map of the world, one draws straight lines connecting Hawaii, New Zealand and Easter Island, the resulting triangle will enclose most of the thousands of islands called Polynesia by the early explorers and Cited by: 6.

AITKIN, ROBERT T., "Ethnology of Tubuai," Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Bulletin 70, Honolulu, *ANDREWS, LORRIN, A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language, Honolulu, ; revision by HENRY H. PARKER, prepared under the direction of the Board of Commissioners of Public Archives of the Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu, Author(s): Clive Ruggles.

The plateau of Atituiti Ruga occupies the southernmost part of the island of Mangareva, between the coastal plain (Atituiti Raro) to the south and the peak of Auorotini (Mount Duff) (m) behind sheer cliffs to the north. Mar 31,  · Author of The coming of the Maori, Vikings of the sunrise, Samoan material culture, Arts and crafts of Hawaii, Mangaian society, Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga, Regional diversity in the elaboration of sorcery in Polynesia, Explorers of the Pacific.

From inside the book. What people are fish front fruit Gatavake gods Haumea head Hina husband islands kapa kava Kehika killed king land Laval 24 leaves Ma-puteoa Ma-teoa Mahuru Mangareva marae Marau-tagaroa Marquesas mata matagi Mataira mother motua named native history native text night no'o pandanus paper Bernice P.

Bishop Museum 5/5(1). "This book is an attempt, by the out-standing authority on Polynesia, to make known to the general public some of the romance associated with the settlement of the Pacific Islands by a Stone Age people who were probably the greatest navigators the world has ever seen.

Ethnology of Mangareva by Peter Henry Buck (Book) 14 editions published. Oct 28,  · Status Rivalry and Cultural Evolution in Polynesia 1. Authors. IRVING GOLDMAN. Sarah Lawrence College; a Ethnology of Mangareva. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bull. Buck, Peter H. (Te Rangi Hiroa) b Vikings of the sunrise.

New York, F. Stokes. American Book Co. Firth, Raymond Primitive Polynesian economy. London. Mar 27,  · The pre-European inhabitants of the Pacific Islands were skillful and frequent interisland navigators.

The most accurate directional indicators used by. through his actions In his book Savage Island, Thomson considers Māui to be like the Loki of the Nibelung myth According to Gifford, Māui was a culture hero and demigod in Tonga In the book Ethnology of Mangareva, Te Rangi Hiroa says that the Mangarevans regard Māui as a.

The pre‐European inhabitants of the Pacific islands were skillful and frequent inter‐island navigators. The most accurate directional indicators used by the Polynesian and Micronesian islanders –.

Appendices: Site Numbering Codes for the Gambier Archipelago and Index to Recorded Archaeological Sites in the Mangareva Islands. Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility: Appendix Mussua Project Radiocarbon Age Determinations.

Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research. Sir Peter Henry Buck KCMG DSO (ca. October – 1 December ), also known as Te Rangi Hīroa or Te Rangihīroa, was a New Zealand doctor, military leader, health administrator, politician, anthropologist and museum was a prominent member of Born: Peter Henry Buck, c.

OctoberUrenui. Ethnology. Here, with appropriate local subdivision, are entered works on the discipline of ethnology, and works on the origin, distribution, and characteristics of the elements of the population of a particular region or country. White, II, ; Buck, Ethnology of Mangareva, p.

] {p. } others, a benevolent culture bringer, using his gifts of magic for the good of man. Maui's exploits or ua in his struggle for power are listed by number. So White enumerates the "acts" of Maui under the term patunga.[5] The first contest is against his own. Women's fishing in Oceania has been overlooked in most subsistence studies in the region and, as a consequence, there are few quantitative data available upon Cited by: Bishop Museum Bulletins in Cultural and Environmental Studies Volume 1.

Natural history of Nihoa and Necker islands. Evenhuis, N.L. & Eldredge, L.G. (editors). Volume 2. Pacific Island names: a map and name guide to the new Pacific. Motteler, L. Volume 3. Biology of Hawaiian streams and estuaries.

The publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology consists of Contributions to North American Ethnology, Annual Reports, Bulletins, Introductions, Miscellaneous Publications, and the Publications of the Institute of Social Anthropology. Read more First annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology.

Volume 71 > Memoir No Polynesian Navigation, edited by Jack Golson > Bibliography, p i-viii. Annotated String Figure Bibliography by Richard Ratajczak, Sydney, Australia. My inspiration for an annotated bibliography of string figures dates back several years, when, at the Australian Museum, Sydney, I accidentally "discovered" a wonderful book, which sparked my curiosity and then lasting enthusiasm for string figures.

This paper is a revised and expanded version of one entitled “The Typology of Consanguineal Groups,” presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, December ethnology definition: the study of different societies and cultures.

Learn more. Cambridge Dictionary +Plus; My profile +Plus help; Log out; Dictionary He wrote several important books on botany, topography, and ethnology, but became even more famous through his poems, ballads and romances.

Aug 24,  · Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Kenneth P Emory books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Kamokuiki book arranges the names in genealogical succession as man, wife, and child, but this may be the late recorderʻs idea rather than that of the genealogist from whom he learned them.

Buck, Ethnology of Mangareva, pp.reva through the fertilizing power of the parts of her body; in both cases she becomes wife. Jul 07,  · Abstract. Polynesia represents a cultural context where astronomy is deeply embedded, both because of its importance in ocean voyaging and because of its role in the ritual-calendrical cycle that was carried from ancestral homelands in the central Pacific out to islands scattered over many thousands of kilometers.

In the essay that begins the book, Morton employs Blumenbach's classification of five races. He then divides humans into twenty-two families, again skirting the issue of separate species.

The American Family described below, also called "the barbarous tribes of North America," comprises most of the North American Indians. A native manu-page 34 script was written by the people of Mangareva on their history and culture through the encouragement of the Catholic priest, Honoré Laval.

It was translated into French by Laval in his work on Mangareva, and it proved of inestimable value to me in my work on the "Ethnology of Mangareva.".HI Hiroa, Te Rangi (Peter S.

Buck), Ethnology of Mangareva, Bernice P. Bishop BulletinHonolulu, Hi HH Hare Hongi, Gods of Maori Worship, Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 29, No.HN Hale Naua (per Gutmanis) in Gutmanis, June, The Hawaiian Sky: The Sun, Moon, Stars, and Other Phenomena, Ethnology definition is - a branch of cultural anthropology dealing chiefly with the comparative and analytical study of cultures; broadly: cultural anthropology.