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Vol 127, No 1 (2018)

Jeffrey T. Clark in the Manu‘a Islands.
Photograph courtesy of Jeff Clark.


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Vol 126, No 4 (2017)

A Te Alo Lili in low wind conditions with its “arms” in a default position.
Photo by Wade Fairley.

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Vol 126, No 3 (2017)

Flotilla of canoes returned from ālo atu with raised paddles indicating
a large catch. Photo by Marti Friedlander, 1971.

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Vol 126, No 2 (2017)

Captain Korent at his home in Majuro, looking at a wave map prepared by
physicist John Huth. Photo courtesy of Mark Peterson/Redux, 2015.
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Vol 126, No 1 (2017)

Dr. Yosihiko Sinoto teaching a class of Tahitian students
on Huahine, Society Islands, August 1972.
(Photograph courtesy of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum)


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Vol 125, No 4 (2016)

The carved waharoa ‘gateway’ that stands as a tohu maumahara
‘symbol of remembrance’ at Rangiriri Pā, Waikato. It was erected
in November 2012 to commemorate the 149th anniversary of the
Battle of Rangiriri. Photograph supplied by Vincent O’Malley.
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Vol 125, No 3 (2016)

Rauhuru Marae with carved ceremonial planks (unu), Maeva, Huahine,
Society Islands. Photograph courtesy of Melinda S. Allen.
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Vol 125, No 2 (2016)

Graves with bush material roofs and fencing to keep pigs out.
Porgera Valley of highlands Papua New Guinea in western Enga Province.
Photograph courtesy of Jerry K. Jacka.

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Vol 125, No 1 (2016)

Ann Chowning with Sengseng villagers.
New Britain, 1964. Photograph by Jane C. Goodale.


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Vol 124, No 4 (2015)

Kalia/drua of the combined Tongan and Fijian fleets
shifting tack in rounding a reef to approach Ovalau, 1855.
Painted by Glen Wilson. Permission courtesy of John Denham, London.

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Vol 124, No 3 (2015)

Land court meeting, Palmerston North.
Groups of Māori gather for a Native Land Court hearing around 1881.
Photograph attributed to George Shailer. Courtesy of the Palmerston
North City Library. Ref: 2008P_Tw2-3_TWH_1918
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Vol 124, No 2 (2015)

Mary Kawena Pukui performing “Mukiki Wai” (in a film); Hawaii, c. 1930.
Still photo by Tiki George, from a film by Vivienne Mader.
Photograph courtesy of Bishop Museum.  Mader collection.

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