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An Introduction to Polynesian Anthropology

Literature on Austral Islands and Rapa

Literature on Austral Islands and Rapa

Early Voyagers
  • Cook (1772-1775)
  • Vancouver (1791-1795)
Other Writers

Brown, J. M.Raivavai and its statues: Polynesian Soc., Jour., vol. 38, pp. 105-121, 1929.

Caillot, A. C. E., Histoire de l'Ile Oparo ou Rapa, Paris, 1932.

Douglas, A. J. A., andJohnson, P. H., The south seas today, London, 1926 [Rurutu, Rapa].

Ellis, William, Polynesian researches, vols. 1-2, London, 1829.

Hill, H. U., Wood carvings of the Austral Islands: Univ. Pennsylvania Mus., Jour., vol. 12, pp. 179-199, 1921.

Montgomery, James, Journal of voyage and travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet, Esq…., vols. 1-2, London, 1831.

Routledge, S.andK., Notes on some archaeological remains in the Society and Austral Islands: Royal Anthrop. Inst.Great Britain and Ireland, Jour., vol. 51, pp. 438-455, London, 1921.

Skinner, H. D., Three Polynesian drums: Polynesian Soc., Jour., vol. 42, pp. 308-309, 1933.

Bishop Museum Publications

Aitken, R. T., Ethnology of Tubuai, Bull. 70, 1930.

Seabrook, F. Alan, Ethnology of Rurutu, manuscript.

Seale, Alvin, Expedition to southeastern Polynesia in 1902, manuscript.

Stokes, J. F. G., Archaeology of Raivavae, manuscript.

Stokes, J. F. G., Ethnology of Rapa, manuscript.