Crafts Council of New Zealand, 1990. 130 pages, 79 color and 16 b/w photographs of New Zealand craft objects, a small number of which are Maori, both old and contemporary.
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National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: 1997. 174 pages. 120 color and 12 b/w photographs, 1 map. One of the major ceremonial cycles and painting traditions in Arn-hem hand is the ancestral event that involves the clan of the two sisters of the Wagilag. This story of the creation of the...
San Francisco: 1940. The True Story of His Voyage There in 1774 with Captain Cook; of How He was Feted by Fanny Burney, Approved by Samuel Johnson, Entertained by Mrs. Thrale & Lord Sandwich and Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 115 pages, photographs of the portrait of Omai painted by...
Field Museum Anthropological Series, Vol. XIV, No. 1, 1915. 226 pages (some uncut). This volume examines the myths of the Tinguian as a vehicle to bring together the culture of this people as it appeared in the myths and to contrast it to the conditions and religious beliefs of the...
New Delhi: 1975. 189 pages, 6 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Balmain East: 1982. 36 pages, 55 color photographs, 1 map.
Boston: 1934 (2nd printing). viii, 338 pages, the story--rather freely adapted--of the eighteen years the H.M.S. Bounty mutineers lived on this island. Cloth cover.
Wellington: 1977. 64 pages, 28 b/w and 18 color illustrations. Cloth cover.
New York and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Stait Islander Studies: 1994. xxiv, 193 pages plus 8 full-page color plates. Cloth cover.