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Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga

Peter Henry Buck

Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga

by Peter Henry Buck

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Published by Kraus Reprint in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnology -- Manihiki.,
  • Ethnology -- Cook Islands -- Rakahanga Atoll.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) Honolulu, Hawaii, The Museum, 1932.
    SeriesBernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- no.99
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 238 p.
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13525284M

    In February , the mayor of Manihiki, Kora Kora, stated that the world economic crisis had driven up the price of essential goods to such an extent that it was provoking significant emigration to New Zealand and said that the population of Manihiki at that stage was just [3]The languages spoken on the island are Rakahanga-Manihiki and elago: Cook Islands. Tales of Manihiki book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A collection of ten legends from Manihiki. Each legend is presented both 3/5.

    Manihiki and Rakahanga, atolls 25 miles apart, are occupied by a people sprung from one family of settlers. The whole population once lived on one atoll at a time and moved back and forth from one atoll to the other when forced to do so by depletions of the coconut and puraka (species of taro) supplies. Manihiki ETHNONYMS: none Manihiki is separated by 40 kilometers of open sea from its twin atoll of Rakahanga. It consists of two large islets and many smaller ones in the northern Cook Archipelago. There were residents of the atolls in

    Rakahanga, part of the Cook Islands in the central-southern Pacific Ocean, is one of the most unspoiled places on atoll is 1, kilometres from the Cook Islands capital, Rarotonga, and lies 1, kilometres from the nearest neighbour is Manihiki which is just 44 kilometres away.   Manihiki / Rakahanga - Duration: Karamia views. Rakahanga Auckland Enua - Social 20 June - Duration: Taku Manihiki Missing: Ethnology.


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Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga by Peter Henry Buck Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The ebook (EPUB and Kindle Mobi) of "Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga", by Te Rangi Hiroa (Sir Peter Henry Buck) (NZ Electronic Text Centre). Originally publishedby Bernice P. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga.

The traditional history of Manihiki and Rakahanga tells us that the human discoverer was Huku. He had sailed into these waters from Rarotonga on a. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. Buck) Introduction.

Acknowledgments. This study of the culture of Manihiki and Rakahanga represents part of the material gathered on the Cook Islands Expedition of Bernice P. Bishop Museum in I landed in Manihiki on May 31 on the schooner Tiare Taporo under Captain Viggo. Pacific Religion Database. Size of largest ritual social group Larger than a local community, no larger than the largest political community in the culture Buck (), pp.

A language profile for Rakahanga-Manihiki. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. Unlike Manihiki and Penrhyn, the Rakahanga lagoon isn't suitable for pearls.

Huge coconut crabs (left) are its gems, and fishing is good on the outer reef. Large sea turtles abound there too. Each January, a tuna fishing contest takes place and boats return with or more fish a g: Ethnology.

Cook Islands Ministry of Cultural Development. Home; Dancer of the Year. All Dancer Profile. Interview with Dancers before prize giving. Interview with Winning Dancers Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga. Traditions of Aitutaki by Drury Low.

MOCD-Janu 0. A RECTANGULAR atoll with a land area the same as Pukapuka, Rakahanga is the sister island of Manihiki, 26 miles (42 km) to the comprises a lagoon surrounded by two islands and seven small islets or "motu".It has the distinction of being the first of the Missing: Ethnology.

Entries from Buck b in Pollex-Online. Buck, P. (b). Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga. Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press. About Rakahanga General Information About Rakahanga. One of the most isolated Cook Islands, Rakahanga (the sister island to Manihiki) lies 42km south of the by a rectangular reef which circles a large shallow lagoon – it has two main islands and seven motu or islets – to the East are Akaro, Motu Ngangle, Huananui, Motu Mahuta and Motu g: Ethnology.

We came to Rakahanga from Manihiki in the same boat. The purpose of our quick trip was to bring a nurse who would replace the woman that had finished her six-month rotation in the Rakahanga Hospital and would be returning to Rarotonga.

At the time I was staying on Manihiki doing research for a book I was writing, and I was invited to come along. Rakahanga was established as a single electorate when the Cook Islands became self-governing in Pupuke Robati was the first elected representative.

One ariki initially represented both Rakahanga and Manihiki in the House of Ariki because it was claimed that there had been no ariki on Rakahanga since Robati disputed this, saying there were two ariki on: Central-Southern Pacific Ocean.

Ethnology of Mangareva (in: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin, no ). Honolulu. Bernice P. Bishop Museum BUCK, PETER HENRY.

edition. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga (in: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin, no 99). Honolulu.

Bernice P. Bishop Museum BURBRIDGE, G. A new grammar of the Tahitian dialect of the Polynesian language. ^ " Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga ", Bernice P. Bishop Museum, This book was the source of Wurm and Hattori Atlas ; Indika bibliografio.

Manihikian Traditional Narratives: In English and Manihikian: Stories of la Cook-Insularo (Na fakahiti o Manihiki). Papatoetoe, Nov-Zelando: Te. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY - MANIHIKI-RAKAHANGA BUCK, PETER HENRY. edition. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga (in: Bernice P.

Bishop Museum Bulletin no 99) KAURAKA, K. Manihikian traditional narratives, in English and Manihikian: Stories of the Cook Islands (Na fakahiti o Manihiki) PREVIOUS / NEXT LANGUAGE (alphabetically) POLLInet HOME. Rakahanga-Manihiki é uma variante dialetal da língua maori das Ilhas Cook [1] pertencente à família Polinésia, falada por cerca de pessoas nas Ilhas Rakahanga e Manihiki (parte das Ilhas Cook e outras em outros países, principalmente Nova Zelândia e Austrália.

[2] Wurm e Hattori consideram Rakahanga-Manihiki como uma língua distinta com limitada inteligibilidade com. Transect were used to assess resources over six days in Manihiki and three days in Rakahanga.

Sea cucumber assemblages are low in terms of species recorded and size structure. Density of lollyfish was close to regional reference density at Manihiki, but three times higher in Rakahanga, although abundant they were small (average size ± mm).

Oral source: Orometua Papa Temu Ngarima George Other sources: Buck, Sir Peter Henry. The Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga.

Bishop Museum. Ethnology of Manihiki and Rakahanga",Bernice P. Bishop Museum, (Chapter dealing with Rakahanga Manihiki "language" and its writing system at the beginning of the twentieth ge family: Austronesian. This graph shows the place of Rakahanga-Manihiki within the cloud of all living languages.

Each language in the world is represented by a small dot that is placed on the grid in relation to its user population (in the vertical axis) and its level of development or endangerment (in the horizontal axis), with the largest and strongest languages in the upper left and the smallest and weakest.Popular Ethnology Books Showing of Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies (Paperback) by.

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