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Indianization in West Borneo: The elephant in the room. Jan 1, 2016 9796
Misfortunes in English trade with Sukadana at the end of the seventeenth century, with an appendix on Thomas Gullock, a particularly unlucky trader. Jan 1, 2015 9960
Problematic plagiarism and careless cartography: Valentyn's Borneo and the lost Roman Catholic Mission in South Borneo at the end of the seventeenth century. Jan 1, 2014 6979
Following Joseph Burn from Pontianak to Timor: new information from John Clunies Ross, with the reappearance of Alexander Hare. Jan 1, 2014 3984
Borneo's first "White Rajah": new light on Alexander Hare, his family and associates. Report Jan 1, 2013 22224
Piracy off Pontianak in the early nineteenth century--and not by the usual villains; with an appendix on Captain Hercules Ross, country trader and native of Jamaica. Jan 1, 2012 6200
Piracy against the Sambas "pirates"? The case of Captain Burnside--and what happened to him afterwards in the antipodes. Jan 1, 2009 7200
Daniel Smith's last seven years: hardships in country trade in the East Indies in the early nineteenth century. Jan 1, 2008 10459
An "arch-villain" to be rehabilitated? Mixed perceptions of pangeran Anom of sambas in the early nineteenth century; with an appendix on John Hunt (1). Company overview Jan 1, 2007 8826
Joseph Burn and Raffle's plan for a British Borneo. Jan 1, 2006 14024
Anthony Richards and the search for Lawai: myths, maps and history. Jan 1, 2005 8947
Captain Burn and associates: British intelligence-gathering, trade, and litigation in Borneo and beyond during the early nineteenth century. Jan 1, 2004 12324
Missionaries, mariners, and merchants: overlooked British travelers to West Borneo in the early nineteenth century. Jan 2, 2002 8966
Dayak Kings, Malay sultans, oral histories, and colonial archives: a comment on Djuweng (1999) and Sellato (1999). (Research Notes). Jan 1, 2001 4340

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