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Sarawak: Its inhabitants and productions being notes during a residence in that country with His Excellency Mr. Brooke (Asian heritage series) by Low, Hugh Sir

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Written in English


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Number of Pages416
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Open LibraryOL9168962M
ISBN 109676710075
ISBN 109789676710079

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  Sarawak; Its Inhabitants and Productions: Being Notes During a Residence in that Country with H Item PreviewPages: Buy Sarawak: Its Inhabitants and Productions: Being notes during a residence in that country with His Excellency Mr. Brooke by Hugh Low (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).   Image taken from: Title: "Sarawak; its inhabitants and productions; being notes during a residence in that country with the Rajah Brooke [With plates.]" Author(s): Low, Hugh, Sir, g.c.m.g [person] British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store g.4" Page: (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication) Place of publication: London (England) Date of Views: K. of Sarawak by Hugh Low (–; Fig. 1), botanist-explorer-turned administrator, in his book, ‘Sarawak. Its inhabitants and productions. Being notes during a residence in that country with His Excellency Mr. Brooke’. Low wrote the following passage: “The southern branch of the Sarawak river has its sources in the Gunong Penerissen:File Size: KB.

  Tracing Alfred Russel Wallace’s Footsteps Through the Jungles of Borneo A biologist treks to the site where the little-known naturalist penned a . He recorded his experience and published it in a book Sarawak, Its Inhabitants and Productions: Being Notes During a Residence in that Country with His Excellency Mr. Brooke in The book not only provided the general survey of the kingdom, but also its natural resources and the indigenous peoples. Speaking of earliest designs, Sir Hugh Low () a British colonial administrator and naturalist wrote an early account of baruks in Sarawak, its Inhabitants and Productions (). He referred to it as a pangah, describing it as an octagonal structure built on stilts. There was a large fire place in the middle of the building and. His book Sarawak: Its Inhabitants and Productions is startling in how it weaves a narrative that re-presents the conquest of Sarawak and the attack on Brunei in an almost fairytale-like manner. A painting of James Brooke, the “White Rajah” of Sarawak, by Francis Grant, .