1 edition of Ethnology of Tokelau Islands found in the catalog.
Ethnology of Tokelau Islands
|Series||Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- no. 146.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 183 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||183|
Tokelau, island territory of New Zealand, consisting of three atolls in the South Pacific Ocean. Tokelau lies about miles ( km) north of Samoa and 2, miles (3, km) southwest of Hawaii. Tokelau does not have a central capital; each atoll has its own administrative centre. The Tokelau. "Male and Female in Tokelau Culture." Journal of the Polynesian Society Huntsman, J., and A. Hooper (). "Structures of Tokelau History." In Transformations of Polynesian Culture, edited by A. Hooper and J. Huntsman. Auckland: The Polynesian Society. Macgregor, G. (). Ethnology of Tokelau Islands.
Tokelau is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is made of three atolls. These atolls have a surface area of about12 square kilometres ( sq mi). About people lived there in The territory belongs to New Zealand. The atolls are Alatufu, Nukunonu, and Fakaofo. Tokelau: People, Atolls and History Paperback – January 1, by Peter McQuarrie (Author) › Visit Amazon's Peter McQuarrie Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central First published: 01 Jan,
Tokelau became a British protectorate in , a status that was formalised in The British Government annexed the group (which had been renamed the Union Islands) in , and included it within the boundaries of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony (Kiribati and Tuvalu). In Britain passed administration of Tokelau to New Zealand. Traditions of Oʻahu: Bibliography Stories of this island before high-rises, freeways and hotels, before sugar plantations and pineapple fields, before churches and the Bible. HomeAuthor: Steph Nelson.
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Ethnology of Tokelau Islands (Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin ) Paperback – January 1, by Gordon Macgregor (Author)Author: Gordon Macgregor. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macgregor, Gordon, Ethnology of Tokelau Islands.
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Ethnology of Tokelau Islands. Honolulu, Hawaii: The Museum. MLA Citation. Macgregor, Gordon. and Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Ethnology of Tokelau Islands / by Gordon Macgregor The Museum Honolulu, Hawaii Australian/Harvard Citation. Macgregor, Gordon. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Gordon.
Macgregor. Ethnology of Tokelau Islands by Gordon Macgregor Call Number: AMB no Land tenure in the Atolls: Cook Islands, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Tokelau, Tuvalu by Author: Cindy Texeira. This study of the ethnology of the Tokelau Islands is based on information collected during a two months' visit to Atafu Island from October 4 to Decem On the voyage to Atafu the three other atolls of the group were visited for two or three days each, which allowed time only to inspect the villages, photograph, and gather lists of.
Date: From: [Auckland, N.Z.]: George Andrews Productions, c Description: Looks at life on the tiny atolls of Tokelau and the challenges faced by all Pacific Islanders; how to give their children a good education without losing the.
Further reading Huntsman, Judith; Hooper, Antony (). Tokelau A Historical Ethnography. ISBN Huntsman, Judith; Kalolo, Kelihiano (). The Future of Tokelau Decolonising Agendas, – ISBN McQuarrie, Peter ().
Tokelau People, Atolls and History. ISBN Calling code: + Three research trips were made to the Tokelau Islands (including Swains Island), located north of Samoa in Western Polynesia, and a collection of the flora of the islands was made.
At the same time, Tokelauan informants were interviewed about native names and uses of plants found there. This information was augmented by a literature review, by data on plant specimens stored at the Bernice P Cited by: 8. The history of Tokelau tatau and tattooing Senior Curator Pacific Cultures Sean Mallon looks at what the archival and published record tells us about tattooing in Tokelau.
One of my main research interests is in Samoan tattooing and during the course of my work in archives and museums, I’ve come across many little snippets of information about tattooing in the Pacific : Sean Mallon. Tokelau (/ ˈ t oʊ k ə l aʊ /; previously known as the Union Islands, and officially as Tokelau Islands until ; lit.
"north-northeast") is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It consists of three tropical coral atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo), with a combined land area of 10 km 2 (4 sq mi). The capital rotates yearly among the three atolls. Rebuilding a house damaged by a storm.
Fakaofo, Tokelau Islands (Nicholson / CC BY ) The Trip to Tokelau. These islands are not only one of the smallest nations in the world, they are also remote. The best way to visit the islands is to board a boat from Samoa, which stops at five other islands and takes up to two days to reach : Ed Whelan.
History Tokelau's atolls have been populated by Polynesians for about years, but it wasn't until the 18th century that 'Tokelau' came to exist. A series of wars at this time united these previously fiercely independent atolls. (Ocean Island) in the Gilbert Islands took over responsibility for Tokelau inthe flow of emigration.
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Photo: Macgregor, Gordon - Ethnology of Tokelau Islands. Jack Kirifi said the installation had been showing to Porirua's Tokelau community, as part of Tokelau Language Week, as a story of survival.
"This week ends with the celebration of our culture. 11 Fox T. On tokelau ringworm and its fungus. Lancet ;›5. 12 Macgregor G. Ethnology of Tokelau Islands. Honolulu: Bernice P Bishop Museum, 13 Wilkes C. The narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition.
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(London, J. Murray, ), by Sydney John Hickson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). For a guide to books, databases and websites which include Pasifika nations including resources for Tokelau.
Ebook. Macgregor, G., Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, & New Zealand Electronic Text Centre. Ethnology of Tokelau Islands. Video. Wolffram, P., Alewhohio, Kalameli Teinawho Ihaia, Ahelemo, Nive, Kele, Tipaha, & Handmade Productions. Ethnology of the Tokelau Islands (in: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin) HOËM, INGJERD.
Kupu Mai Te Tutolu (Tokelau oral literature) HOËM, INGJERD. A way with words: Language and culture in Tokelau society HOVDHAUGEN, EVEN (editor).
Ko te kalama Tokelau muamua HOVDHAUGEN, E./HOËM, I./IOSEFO, C.M./MURUVIK VONEN, A. Tokelau — Sakit Okeanın cənub hissəsində yerləşən Yeni Zelandiyanın mülküdür.
Ümumi sahəsi cəmi 10,1 km² olan arxipelaq üç kiçik adadan ibarətdir: Atafu, Nukunonu və Fakaofo. ildə burada nəfər sakin yaşayırdı. Ethnology of Tokelau Islands.Research-based index of websites relating to Pacific anthropology and material culture, including news and journals, films, bookshops and universities.