(Pdf or Kindle ePUB) Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation by Richard Feinberg
Additional four months of field work with Anutans in the Solomon Islands capital of Honiara in 1983 Richard Feinberg here provides a thorough study in the Solomon Islands capital of Honiara in 1983 Richard Feinberg here provides a thorough study
Anutan seafaring and navigation In doing so he gives rare insights into the larger picture seafaring and navigation In doing so he gives rare insights into the larger picture how Polynesians have adapted to the sea This richly illustrated book explores the theory and techniue used by Anutans in construction use and of their craft; the navigational skills still employed in interisland voyaging; and their culturally patterned attitudes toward the ocean and on the high seas Further the discussion is set within the context of social relations values and the Anutans' own symbolic definitions of the world in which they live.
Field Research In 1972 73research in 1972 73 an. Without seafaring canoes deep sea sailing skills and the ability To Navigate By Naked Eye Observations Of The Stars And navigate by naked eye observations of the stars and and bird life there would have
been no Polynesian people as we know them today These islanders are as much a creationno Polynesian people as we know them today These islanders are as much a creation their voyaging technology as they were creators of it Had they and their ancestors not developed this technology and associated sailing and navigational skills the ancestral Polynesians could never have ventured out into the middle of the pacific to find and settle so many islands and thereby develop into a sizable and culturally distinct peopleThere are a
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