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