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Early Tahiti as the explorers saw it, 1767-1797

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tahiti,
  • French Polynesia,
  • Tahiti.
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnology -- French Polynesia -- Tahiti,
    • Tahiti -- Social life and customs

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdwin N. Ferdon.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN671.S55 F47
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 371 p. :
      Number of Pages371
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4111473M
      ISBN 100816507082, 0816507201
      LC Control Number80026469


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Early Tahiti as the explorers saw it, / Edwin N. Ferdon University of Arizona Press Tucson Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Edwin N. Ferdon first became interested in early Polynesia in while serving as an archaeologist on Thor Heyerdahl's Norwegian Archaeological Expedition to Easter Island and the East Pacific.

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Characteristic Figurines from Esmeraldas. School of Born: JSt. Paul, Minnesota. Tahiti is the highest and largest island in French Polynesia lying close to Mo'orea island. It is located 4, kilometres (2, nautical miles) south of Hawaii, 7, km (4, nmi) from Chile, 5, km (3, nmi) from Australia.

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Ferdon Call Number: GNS55 F47 This book relies on the early accounts of discovery and at the same time addresses the problems with knowing the history of a people from the eyes of the explorers and.

This book relies on the early accounts of discovery and at the same time addresses the problems with knowing the history of a people from the eyes of the explorers and colonizers.

Sadly, as this reading list will attest, much of what we know in the West about Tahiti and its neighboring islands is from a Eurocentric view point. Early Tahiti As the Explorers Saw It, by Edwin N. Ferdon: The Endeavour Journal of Joseph Banks Volume I by Joseph Banks: The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of HMS Bounty: Its Causes and Consequences by Sir John Barrow: Fast Lady: My Life in Motorsport by Joy Rainey: The Fatal Impact by Alan Moorehead.

Early Tahiti As the Explorers Saw It, For thirty years before the coming of the European missionaries, European explorers were able to observe Tahitian society as it Brand: University of Arizona Press.

result was Early Tahiti: As the Explorers Saw itwhich the University ofArizona Press published in Ferdon followed up his Tahiti book with a similar one on Tonga, Early Tonga: As the Explorers Saw it That saw the light, with the same publisher, in This third book in the same vein on the Marquesas has a somewhat.

The Pearl Museum in Tahiti is the only museum in the world dedicated solely to pearls. RECOMMENDED READING Early Tahiti As the Explorers Saw It, by Edwin N. Ferdon. stay in Tahiti, and devote only a quarter of the book* s pages to its origin and its passage there and back.

Moreover, in keeping with the limits of my own specialized knowledge After his many years of delving into the early literature of the Society Islands for Early Tahiti: As the Explorers Saw It, Tucson: University of.

explorers who visited that island between and The result was Early Tahiti: As the Explorers Saw itwhich the University ofArizona Press published in Ferdon followed up his Tahiti book with a similar one on Tonga, Early Tonga: As the Explorers Saw it That saw the light, with the same publisher, in This.

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The book is all the more valuable for that. University of British Columbia, Canada JOHN LEROY ISLANDS AND BEACHES. Discourse on a Silent Land: Marquesas, By Greg Dening. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. xii, pp. US$ EARLY TAHITI. As the Explorers Saw It, Book Reviews and Notes Free Access General/Theoretical: Savages and Scientists: The Smithsonian Institution and the Development of American Anthropology – Tonga is a group of islands in western Polynesia.

In prehistoric times, the kings of Tonga had a sphere of influence, sometimes known as the 'Tongan Empire', which encompassed many neighbouring groups of.

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Ferdon / Holy Wind in Navajo Philosophy / James K. McNeley / Introduction to Javanese Law: A Translation of and Commentary on the Agama / Mason C. Hoadley / Early Tahiti as the Explorers Saw It, – Tucson, Godbout, Jacques T., with Alain Caille.

The World of the Gift. Translated by Donald Winkler. Montreal, An effort to rehabilitate the concept of gift giving with reference to recent intellectual trends, mainly in France. Godelier, Maurice. L'Enigme du don. Paris, Early Tahiti as the Explorers Saw It, / Edwin N.

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Ferdon,Early Tonga: As TheExplorers Saw It (Tuscon: The University of ArizonaPress). In book: Dictionnaire des cultures alimentaires, Publisher: Presses Universitaires de France, Editors: J.P.

Poulain, pp Early Tahiti As The Explorers Saw It.The University Author: Christophe Serra Mallol. similar exchange patterns elsewhere, see E. FERDON, EARLY TAHITI AS THE EXPLORERS SAW IT, at (); I.

HOGBIN, THE ISLAND, supra n at ; B. MALINOWSKI, AR-GONAUTS OF THE WESTERN PACIFIC (). For good illustrations, see Myers, Ideology and Experience: The Cultural Basis of Politics inAuthor: Joseph Perillo.

Edwin N. Ferdon,Early Tahiti As The Explorers SawIt (Tuscon: The University of Arizona Press).[Self-evident from title.] Edwin N. Ferdon,Early Tonga: As TheExplorers Saw It (Tuscon: The University of ArizonaPress). [Self-evident from title.]. Tahiti is the highest and largest island in French Polynesia lying close to Moorea island.

It is located 4, km (2, mi) south of Hawaii, 7, km (4, mi) from Chile and 5, km (3, mi) from Australia. The island is 45 km (28 mi) across at its widest point and covers an area of 1, km 2 ( sq mi). The highest peak is Mont Orohena (Mou'a 'Orohena) (2, m (7, ft)).Archipelago: Society Islands.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Children of Venus European Perceptions of Tahiti, by Europeans at Tahiti, _____15 Non-European peoples in an Age of Enlightenment _____17 goal was to penetrate the vague assessments claiming that the Europeans saw Tahiti as a paradise on earth, and to clarify what exactly that meant.

Author: Matias Dobrowen Fredriksen. Many preliterate societies show considerable mathematical development. It is not unusual to encounter numeral systems going up to the hundreds of thousands or higher and to encounter some arithmetic ability.

Many geometric notions are present, including simple forms like circles, lines, rectangles and parallelograms, and triangles, Other shapes and curves occur with less by: 8. Early Tahiti As the Explorers Saw It, – University of Arizona Press. Josepha Williams Douglas (1, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

Tahiti is the biggest island in the Windward collection of French Polynesia (an overseas country of the French Republic), positioned in the archipelago of the Society Islands in the southern Pacific is the monetary, artistic and political centre of French Polynesia.

The island was fashioned from volcanic activity and is high and rocky with close coral reefs. Serra Mallol Ch. — Manger du chien à Tahiti: une affirmation identitaire. Anthropozoologica 45(1): Eating dog in Tahiti: an identary affirmation?The scarcity of ground animals, the symbolic importance conferred on red meat, and the social stratification marked by numerous food prohibitions, made of the dog a choice food in the whole of the pre-European Polynesian area Cited by: 3.

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