Travels in the East Indian Archipelago

A descriptive account of the author's impressions and observations of the numerous places he visited and the people he met in the Malay archipelago includes his comments and opinions. Historical, geographical and domestic details are given. Social life and customs are described as well as the flora and fauna and daily activities.

 

Title
Travels in the East Indian Archipelago
Creator
Bickmore, Albert S. (Albert Smith), 1839-1914
Subject
Natural history--Indonesia
Indonesia--Description and travel
Malay Archipelago--Description and travel
Geographical areas and countries
Malay archipelago
Publisher
J. Murray, 1868
Digital Description
application/pdf, 71813 KB, 674 p.
Table of Contents
Partial contents: ch. 1. The Strait of Sunda and Batavia
ch. 2. Samarang and Surabaya
ch. 3. The flora and fauna of the tropical East
ch. 4. Celebes and Timur
ch. 5. Amboina
ch. 6. The Uliassers and Ceram
ch. 7. Banda
ch. 8. Buru
ch. 9. Ternate, Tidore and Gilolo
ch. 10. The northern peninsula of Celebes
ch. 11. The Minahasa
ch. 12. Sumatra
ch. 13. To the land of the cannibals
ch. 14. Return to Padang
ch. 15. The Padang plateau
ch. 16. Palembang, Banca and Singapore.
All Rights Reserved. National Library Board Singapore 2007.

 

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