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EBook: Through the Malay Archipelago

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i suppose mining minerals...And position for trading routes.Nice data base.With pictures. 
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Why were the Dutch and Portuguese so interested in these 'spice islands' ??
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Title: Through the Malay Archipelago
by Emily Richings

CONTENTS

Prologue.

JAVA. I.
Batavia and Weltevreden

JAVA. II.
Buitenzorg

JAVA. III.
Soekaboemi and Sindanglaya

JAVA. IV.
Garoet and her Volcano

JAVA. V.
Djokjacarta

JAVA. VI.
​Boro-Boedoer

JAVA. VII.
Brambanam

JAVA. VIII.
Sourakarta

JAVA. IX.
Sourabaya and the Tengger

CELEBES. I.
Makassar and Western Celebes

CELEBES. II.
The Minahasa

CELEBES. III.
Gorontalo and the Eastern Coast.

A Glimpse of Borneo.

THE MOLUCCAS.
Ternate, Batjan, and Boeroe.

Ambon.

Banda.

The Solo-Bessir Isles.

SUMATRA.
The Western Coast and the Highlands.

A View of Krakatau.

PENANG.

Epilogue.
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