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Additional Eighteenth-Century Sketches of the Polynesian Native Dog, Including the Maori
|Title:||Additional Eighteenth-Century Sketches of the Polynesian Native Dog, Including the Maori|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1962|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Luomala K. 1962. Additional eighteenth-century sketches of the Polynesian native dog, including the Maori. Pac Sci 16(2): 170-180.|
|Abstract:||While at the British Museum in May and
June, 1960, I discovered five additional eighteenth-
century sketches which include views of
what presumably are native Polynesian dogs.
Two are of the Maori native dog, of which no
other sketches are known. Three sketches show
dogs of the Society Islands but do not portray
them as clearly as in the views presented earlier
(Luomala, 1960a) in this journal. However,
they may be of general historical and anthropological
interest. Also included is a sketch
showing a native pig of the Society Islands.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 16, Number 2, 1962|
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