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Dance in the Society and Hawaiian Islands as presented by the early writers, 1767-1842
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|Title:||Dance in the Society and Hawaiian Islands as presented by the early writers, 1767-1842|
|Authors:||Costa, Mazeppa King|
|Keywords:||Dance -- Hawaii|
Rites and ceremonies -- Hawaii
Musical instruments -- Hawaii
Dance -- French Polynesia
show 3 moreRites and ceremonies -- French Polynesia
Folk dancing, Polynesian -- French Polynesia
Dance -- Religious aspects
|Abstract:||This paper is a study of European influences on dance, in the Society Islands and the Hawaiian islands through collected works ranging from 1767, the date of the arrival in Tahiti by Samuel Wallis, and 1842, the date that marks the end of the United States Exploring Expedition under the command of Charles Wilkes.|
Bibliography: leaves 144-151.
iv, 151 leaves illustrations
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|Appears in Collections:||M.A. - Speech|
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