Reprint of the 1950 ed. published by the Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii.
|Statement||by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck)|
|Series||Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Bulletin ; 200, Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- no. 200.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
, Material culture of Kapingamarangi / by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) Bernice P. Bishop Museum Honolulu, Hawaii Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Material culture of Kapingamarangi by Buck, Peter Henry, Topics Ethnology -- Caroline Islands -- Kapingamarangi Atoll, Industries, Primitive -- Caroline Islands -- Kapingamarangi Atoll, Kapingamarangi Atoll (Micronesia) -- Industries Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : Samoan material culture by Peter Henry Buck 4 editions - first published in Not in Library. Arts and crafts of Hawaii Material culture of Kapingamarangi by Peter Henry Buck 1 edition - first published in , Accessible book, Protected DAISY. Material Culture of Kapingamarangi. Peter H. Buck, Softcover, light brown with black lettering, minor shelf wear, small edge tear front cover, shallow mark (paper clip?). on front cover, minor edge chipping, and spot staining on Rating: % positive.
Material culture of Kapingamarangi / by Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) Adoption and fosterage among the Kapingamarangi / by Michael D. Lieber Porakiet; a . of the prehistoric material culture based on currently available data. He uses these data in proposing a useful summary of similarities and differ-ences in regional patterns and chrono-logical trends for the outliers of Nuku-oro, Kapingamarangi, Tikopia, Anuta, Taumako, West Futuna, Mele-Fila, and West Uvea. In Chapter 4, Robert Early presents. Comparative studies of language and material culture indicate strong affinities with Samoa and Tuvalu and probable contacts with Micronesia. The atoll was first sighted by Europeans in and occasionally visited during the following two centuries. In Material Culture of Kapingamarangi, Buck () gives a detailed description of the preparation of preserved breadfruit or pakukura. The women peel the green mature breadfruit with shell scrapers or use their teeth if it is very ripe. The fruit is cored and torn into lumps and packaged in .
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