The Races of Oceania – Partial List of Illustrations, Section 1

Map of the Races of Oceania and Australasia
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Map of Pacific Islands Groups
General Survey of the Group
Image Title Image Location Link
State club from the Marquesas The Indians of Columbus
State club from the Marquesas The Indians of Columbus
State club from the Marquesas The Indians of Columbus
Araucanian man and woman Racial resemblances of the people of Oceania to Malays and Indians
Maori girl Racial resemblances of the people of Oceania to Malays and Indians
Bakairi girl from the Kulishu river Racial resemblances of the people of Oceania and America
Boy of New Ireland Racial resemblances of the people of Oceania and America
Men of Ponapé in the Carolines Ethnographic Relationships
Polynesian insignia of rank The great groups; Oceanians, Malays with Malagasies, Australians and Americans
Polynesian insignia of rank – detail The great groups; Oceanians, Malays with Malagasies, Australians and Americans
Dyak woman of Borneo The Malayo-Polynesians
Man of New South Wales The vacant space between Easter Island and Peru

 

The Races of the Pacific and Their Migrations
Image Title Image Location Link
Polynesian Weapons and Costume The Island Groups
Dancing Hats – Cook or Society Islands Their Climate
Taro Their Cultivated Plants
Coco and Sago Palms Their Cultivated Plants
Boat of the Hermit Islands Number of the population, its decrease and shifting
Sepulchral monument in Ponapé, Caroline Islands Traces of denser population and of civilization
Boat of Niue, Savage Islands Involuntary migrations in the Pacific
Boat of the Mortlock Islands, with outrigger and sail of rush-matting Famine, war, and other grounds of emigration and immigration
Wooden baler, New Zealand Shipbuilding resource limitations
Wooden baler, New Guinea Ship design
Ornamental gorget – Tahiti Ship design
Water bottle – Fiji Shipbuilding comparisons
Outrigged boat, New Britain Shipbuilding comparisons
Wooden baler, New Zealand Ship navigation
Stick chart, Marshall Islands Orientation
Boat of the Luzon Tagals Trading Journeys
A Tagal Village: Luzon in the Phillipines Trading Journeys
Bread-fruit tree showing inflorescence and fruit Migrations in mythology
Thakombau, the last king of Fiji Legends of migrations
Rattan cuirass, throwing-sticks of dark wood, and bark belt, from Kaiser Wilhelm’s Land Community of speech
Feather mask – Hawaii Legend of Hawaiki
Carved boat from New Zealand The New Zealanders’ songs
Feather masks – Hawaii Legends of migrations
Jade battle-axes and jade hatchet Legends of migrations
Axes from the D’Entrecasteaux Islands Polynesians in Melanesia and Micronesia
Feather helmet – Hawaii Ethnographical groups in the Pacific
God of dances in the form of a double paddle, toothed club from Tutuila, ancient club from Tonga, short clubs from Easter Island Ethnographical groups in the Pacific
Sumatran prahu Ethnographical groups in the Pacific
Carved wooden plaques, used as stamps, from the Fiji Islands Ethnographical groups in the Pacific
Man of New South Wales Genealogy of the Australians