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Southern Cook Islands Customary Law, History and Society: Akapapa‘anga, Kōrero Tupuna, e te Ākono‘anga Ture ‘Enua o te Pā ‘Enua Tonga o te Kūki ‘Airani by Ron Crocombe and Ross Holmes (review)

Southern Cook Islands Customary Law, History and Society: Akapapa‘anga, Kōrero Tupuna, e te... 204 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) undertones of the industry’s work- Southern Cook Islands Custom- ings, especially in the political power ary Law, History and Society: amassed by leaders of the industry, Akapapa‘anga, Kōrero Tupuna, e the most salient example being the te Ākono‘anga Ture ‘Enua o te Pā overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy ‘Enua Tonga o te Kūki ‘Airani, by in 1893. In the end, the book’s lack Ron Crocombe and Ross Holmes, of engagement with broader histori- 2014. Three volumes, in English and cally bound questions is secondary to Cook Islands Māori. Auckland: Ross the work’s stated intent, which is to Holmes; Rarotonga: The Cook Islands offer an analysis and presentation of Library and Museum Society Incorpo- the industry’s technological progres- rated. isbn vol 1 978-0-9441068-0-3, sion from the nineteenth century to vol 2 978-0-9441068-1-0, vol 3 978- the present, examining the role of this 0-9441068-2-7; 1,182 pages, illustra- advancement in relation to the indus- tions, facsimiles, figures, glossary, try’s evolution. bibliography. Cloth, nz$150.00. Overall, Jones and Osgood contrib- ute a detailed account that recounts Resulting from a posthumous col- the scientific and technological laboration, as explained in Marjorie progression of the Hawaiian sugar Crocombe’s preface, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Southern Cook Islands Customary Law, History and Society: Akapapa‘anga, Kōrero Tupuna, e te Ākono‘anga Ture ‘Enua o te Pā ‘Enua Tonga o te Kūki ‘Airani by Ron Crocombe and Ross Holmes (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 29 (1) – Jan 21, 2017

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Abstract

204 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) undertones of the industry’s work- Southern Cook Islands Custom- ings, especially in the political power ary Law, History and Society: amassed by leaders of the industry, Akapapa‘anga, Kōrero Tupuna, e the most salient example being the te Ākono‘anga Ture ‘Enua o te Pā overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy ‘Enua Tonga o te Kūki ‘Airani, by in 1893. In the end, the book’s lack Ron Crocombe and Ross Holmes, of engagement with broader histori- 2014. Three volumes, in English and cally bound questions is secondary to Cook Islands Māori. Auckland: Ross the work’s stated intent, which is to Holmes; Rarotonga: The Cook Islands offer an analysis and presentation of Library and Museum Society Incorpo- the industry’s technological progres- rated. isbn vol 1 978-0-9441068-0-3, sion from the nineteenth century to vol 2 978-0-9441068-1-0, vol 3 978- the present, examining the role of this 0-9441068-2-7; 1,182 pages, illustra- advancement in relation to the indus- tions, facsimiles, figures, glossary, try’s evolution. bibliography. Cloth, nz$150.00. Overall, Jones and Osgood contrib- ute a detailed account that recounts Resulting from a posthumous col- the scientific and technological laboration, as explained in Marjorie progression of the Hawaiian sugar Crocombe’s preface,

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 21, 2017

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