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CHAPTER IIPRIMITIVE NAVIGATION
CHAPTER IIITHE POLYNESIAN DISPERSAL
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accidental migrants accidental settlement accidental voyages adzes Aitutaki ancestors arrived Atiu atolls blown Buck canoe canoe with women Cantova Caroline Islanders central belt Chathams colonization contact areas Cook Cook's course deliberate settlement deliberate voyages derived Dillon distance distant islands double canoe early east Easter Island Eastern Polynesia Ellice Islands European contact evidence fact farther islands Fiji Fijians Fornander Freycinet Gill groups Hale Hawaii Hawaiian Hebrides journeys knew knowledge Kotzebue kumara land later long voyages Mangaia Mangareva Manihiki Maori Marquesas Marshalls Micronesian migration miles missionaries moa-hunter Moerenhout navigation nesian North Island occurred ocean off-shore voyages Pacific Islands Pitcairn Poly Polynesian cultural Polynesian islands Ponape population pre-European prevailing winds Raiatea Raivivae Rarotonga recorded Rotuma Rurutu sailing Samoa Savaii ships shows stars storms Tahiti Tahiti-Tuamotu Tahitian Tahitian islands tion Tokelaus Tongan traditional names Tuamotus Tupia two-way contact uninhabited vessels visited westerlies Williams winds and currents Zealand