- Title Pages
- Situating Tobacco Chronologically vis-à-vis Oceania
- Part one The History, Economy, and Ethnography of Tobacco in Oceania
- Chapter 1 Introduction and Historical Background
- Chapter 2 Tobacco as a Comestible
- Chapter 3 Pipe Dreams
- Chapter 4 Tobacco in Indigenous Trade
- Chapter 5 Tobacco as an Object of Exchange between Islanders and Foreigners
- Chapter 6 From Tobacco Trade to Tobacco Production
- Chapter 7 Death, Taxes, and Tobacco Control
- Part Two The Medical Anthropology of Tobacco in Oceania
- Chapter 8 Aotearoa: “Land of the Long White Smoke Cloud”
- Chapter 9 U.S. Associated Micronesia
- Chapter 10 Native Hawaiians: Kānaka Maoli
- Chapter 11 Tobaccosis
- References Cited
- Drinking Smoke
- University of Hawai'i Press
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