Polynesia

Polynesia: Selected full-text books and articles

Ancient Voyagers in Polynesia By Andrew Sharp Longman Paul, 1963
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A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Melanesia and the Western Polynesian Fringe By Glynn Barratt University of British Columbia Press, 1990
The Tuamotu Islands and Tahiti By Glynn Barratt University of British Columbia Press, 1992
The History of the Tahitian Mission, 1799-1830 By John Davies; C. W. Newbury Cambridge University Press, 1961
Southern and Eastern Polynesia By Glynn Barratt University of British Columbia Press, 1988
The Origins of the First New Zealanders By Douglas G. Sutton Auckland University Press, 1994
Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia: An Essay in Historical Anthropology By Patrick Vinton Kirch; Roger C. Green Cambridge University Press, 2001
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