The Journal of Pacific History articles

Volume 49 (4)

The Legacies of a Hawaiian Generation: from territorial subject to American citizen
vol. 49 (4): 515-516
The Legacies of a Hawaiian Generation: from territorial subject to American citizen
vol. 49 (4): 515-516
Local Story: the Massie–Kahahawai case and the culture of history
vol. 49 (4): 516-518
Local Story: the Massie–Kahahawai case and the culture of history
vol. 49 (4): 516-518
Peace, Power & Politics: how New Zealand became nuclear free
vol. 49 (4): 518-519
Peace, Power & Politics: how New Zealand became nuclear free
vol. 49 (4): 518-519
Oceania and the Victorian Imagination: where all things are possible
vol. 49 (4): 519-521
Oceania and the Victorian Imagination: where all things are possible
vol. 49 (4): 519-521

Volume 49 (2)

‘We visit the colo towns … when it is safe to go’: Indigenous Adoption of Methodist Christianity in the Wainibuka and Wainimala Valleys, Fiji, in the 1870s
vol. 49 (2): 129-150
Harry Holland's ‘Samoan Complex’
vol. 49 (2): 151-169
Aborigines, Islanders and Hula Girls in Great Barrier Reef Tourism
vol. 49 (2): 170-192
Beyond the Treaty of Waitangi: Māori Tribal Aspirations in an Era of Reform, 1984–2014
vol. 49 (2): 193-213
Norman H. Hardy: Book Illustrator and Artist
vol. 49 (2): 214-233
Matters of the Heart: a history of interracial marriage in New Zealand
vol. 49 (2): 234-235
Being Māori in the City: Indigenous everyday life in Auckland
vol. 49 (2): 235-237
Making Moros: imperial historicism and American military rule in the Philippines’ Muslim south
vol. 49 (2): 237-239
Securing Paradise: tourism and militarism in Hawaiʻi and the Philippines
vol. 49 (2): 239-240
The Japanese Administration of Guam, 1941–1944: a study of occupation and integration policies, with Japanese oral histories
vol. 49 (2): 240-242
Society of Others: kinship and mourning in a West Papuan place
vol. 49 (2): 242-243
Eduard Hernsheim, die Südsee und viel Geld: Biographie
vol. 49 (2): 243-245
Kolonialismus in Ozeanien
vol. 49 (2): 245-246
Naturalists at Sea: scientific travellers from Dampier to Darwin
vol. 49 (2): 247-248
Pacific Missionary George Brown 1835–1917: the Wesleyan Methodist Church
vol. 49 (2): 248-249
Treasured Possessions: Indigenous interventions into cultural and intellectual property
vol. 49 (2): 249-251
Drinking Smoke: the tobacco syndemic in Oceania
vol. 49 (2): 251-252
Erratum: Corrigendum
vol. 49 (2): 253-253

Volume 49 (1)

Making Surfboards: Emergence of a Trans-Pacific Cultural Industry
vol. 49 (1): 1-25
Ta‘isi O.F. Nelson and Sir Maui Pomare Samoans and Māori Reunited
vol. 49 (1): 26-49
The Whangaroa Incident, 16 July 1824 A European–Māori Encounter and Its Many Incarnations
vol. 49 (1): 50-75
The Double Movement of Immovable Property Rights in Papua New Guinea
vol. 49 (1): 76-94
Manuscript XXVIII: An Early Ethnography of the Geelvink Bay People, West New Guinea
vol. 49 (1): 95-121
France in the South Pacific: power and politics
vol. 49 (1): 122-123
Persona Non Grata: breaking the bond: Fiji and New Zealand 2004–2007
vol. 49 (1): 123-124
Indentured Identities: resistance and accommodation in plantation-era Fiji
vol. 49 (1): 124-125
Creating a Nation with Cloth: women, wealth, and tradition in the Tongan diaspora
vol. 49 (1): 126-127
The Pacific Islands: environment and society
vol. 49 (1): 127-128

Volume 48 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 48 (4): ebi-ebi
Archaeological Identification of Stone Fish-weirs Mentioned to Freycinet in 1819 on the Island of Guam
vol. 48 (4): 349-368
Trading Sentiments
vol. 48 (4): 369-385
The 1836 Lewis Collection and the Torres Strait Turtle-Shell Mask of Kulka
vol. 48 (4): 386-408