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An Introduction to Polynesian Anthropology

Literature on the Northern Cook Group

Literature on the Northern Cook Group

Early Voyagers
  • Byron (1764-1766)
  • Choris (1815-1818)
  • Kotzebue (1815-1818)
  • Wilkes (1838-1842)
Other Writers

Beaglehole, ErnestandPearl, Personality development in Pukapukan children. In Language, Culture, and Personality: Essays in memory of Edward Sapir (Ed. by Leslie Spier and others), Menasha, Wisconsin, 1941.

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Emory, K. P., Manihiki inlaid bowls: Ethnologia Cranmorensis, no. 4, pp. 20-26, 1939.

Gill, W. W., Life in the southern isles, London, 1876.

Gill, W. W., A word about the original inhabitants of Pukapuka Island: Polynesian Soc, Jour., vol. 21, pp. 120-124, 1912.

Gill, W. W., The origin of the island of Manihiki: Polynesian Soc, Jour., vol. 24, pp. 144-151, 1915.

Lamont, E. H., Wild life among the Pacific islanders, London, 1867.

Bishop Museum Publications

Beaglehole, ErnestandPearl, Ethnology of Pukapuka, Bull. 150, 1938.

Beaglehole, ErnestandPearl, Myths, stories, and chants from Pukapuka, manuscript.

Beaglehole, Pearl, String figures in Pukapuka, manuscript.

Macgregor, Gordon, Notes on the ethnology of Pukapuka, Occ. Papers, vol. 11, no. 6, 1935.

Shapiro, H. L., andBuck, P. H., Physical characters of the Cook Islanders, Mem., vol. 12, no. 1, 1936.

Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), Ethnology of Tongareva, Bull. 92, 1932.

Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), Ethnology of Manihiki-Rakahanga, Bull. 99, 1932.