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Gardens of Lono: Archaeological Investigation at the Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanic Gardens, Kealakekua, Hawai'i (review)

Gardens of Lono: Archaeological Investigation at the Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanic Gardens,... book reviews 301 land, but, as the author correctlystates in component of New Zealand archae- ology. Journal of the Polynesian Society her conclusion, for the whole Pacific. 105 : 411–439. Interestinglyenough, long after the earl Green,R.C. attempts on settlement pattern archaeology 1970 Settlement pattern studies in Poly- (Green 1970), programs focusing on the nesia, in Studies in Oceanic Culture same general issues as the ones developed History:13–32, ed.R.C.Green and in Waihou Journeys have developed in the M. Kelly. Pacific Anthropological last decade in Melanesia (Sheppard et al. Records 11. Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum. 2000) as well as in Polynesia (Kirch 1997), pointing to the increasing interest of ar- Kirch,P.V., ed. 1997 Na Mea Kahiko o Kahikinui. Studies in chaeologists to use di¤erent types of sci- the Archaeology of Kahikinui, Maui. entific data and incorporate oral traditions Oceanic ArchaeologyLaboratory, for a better understanding of the recent past Archaeological Research Facility, of local communities in the Oceanic re- Universityof California at Berkeley. gion. Phillips,C.A. 1994 The Archaeologyof Maori Occupa- tion along the Waihou River, Haur- REFERENCES CITED aki. Unpublished Ph.D. diss., Univer- sityof Auckland. Ballara,A. 1988 Iwi: The dynamics of Maori tribal organi- Sheppard,P., and R. Walter, eds. zation from http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

Gardens of Lono: Archaeological Investigation at the Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanic Gardens, Kealakekua, Hawai'i (review)

Asian Perspectives , Volume 41 (2) – Feb 14, 2003

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book reviews 301 land, but, as the author correctlystates in component of New Zealand archae- ology. Journal of the Polynesian Society her conclusion, for the whole Pacific. 105 : 411–439. Interestinglyenough, long after the earl Green,R.C. attempts on settlement pattern archaeology 1970 Settlement pattern studies in Poly- (Green 1970), programs focusing on the nesia, in Studies in Oceanic Culture same general issues as the ones developed History:13–32, ed.R.C.Green and in Waihou Journeys have developed in the M. Kelly. Pacific Anthropological last decade in Melanesia (Sheppard et al. Records 11. Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum. 2000) as well as in Polynesia (Kirch 1997), pointing to the increasing interest of ar- Kirch,P.V., ed. 1997 Na Mea Kahiko o Kahikinui. Studies in chaeologists to use di¤erent types of sci- the Archaeology of Kahikinui, Maui. entific data and incorporate oral traditions Oceanic ArchaeologyLaboratory, for a better understanding of the recent past Archaeological Research Facility, of local communities in the Oceanic re- Universityof California at Berkeley. gion. Phillips,C.A. 1994 The Archaeologyof Maori Occupa- tion along the Waihou River, Haur- REFERENCES CITED aki. Unpublished Ph.D. diss., Univer- sityof Auckland. Ballara,A. 1988 Iwi: The dynamics of Maori tribal organi- Sheppard,P., and R. Walter, eds. zation from

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