Captain Cook and the Pacific Islands

The Proceedings of the Third Annual Pacific Islands Studies Conference
University of Hawaii
March 31 and April 1, 1978

edited by Jane N Hurd and Michiko Kodama

CPIS Occasional Paper 14

EDITORS' INTRODUCTION
Jane N Hurd and Hichiko Kodama

FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1978
OPENING REMARKS
Carl J Daeufer

HAWAII FOUNDATION FOR HISTORY AND THE HUMANITIES
William J Bonk

THE ROLE OF THE BISHOP MUSEUM IN THE PACIFIC
Edward C Creutz

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1978
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Jane N Hurd

FIRST SESSION
THE YORKSHIRE HAUNTS OF CAPTAIN COOK
John Charles

SOME HISTORICAL MATERIALS THAT RELATE TO THE PRE-CAPTAIN COOK PACIFIC IN CONTINENTAL EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS
Richard Mayer

SOME BRITISH SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON VOYAGES TO HAWAII, 1786-1820
Bruce Palmer

SECOND SESSION
THE SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE OF COOK'S THIRD VOYAGE
Char1es H Lamoureux

THE CONSEQUENCES OF COOK'S HAWAIIAN CONTACTS ON THE LOCAL POPULATION
Peter N D Pirie

AGRICULTURAL PATTERN AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PEOPLE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC COUNTRIES
Yeuh-Heng Yang

THIRD SESSION
CAPTAIN COOK AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS: "ALL IMAGINABLE HUMANITY"?
Timothy J Macnaught

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE PACIFIC
Kenneth O Sanborn

INTERESTS AND DEPENDENCIES: THE PACIFIC AFTER COOK
Craig Severence

SUMMATION AND CLOSING REMARKS
James McCutcheon

COMPLETE DOCUMENT (11.78 MB)


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