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Author Somers Heidhues, Mary F

Title Golddiggers, farmers, and traders in the "Chinese districts" of West Kalimantan, Indonesia / Mary Somers Heidhues
Published Ithaca, N.Y. : Southeast Asia Program Publications, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2003


Description 1 online resource (309 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series Studies on Southeast Asia ; no. 34
Studies on Southeast Asia ; no. 34.
Contents Frontmatter -- Table Of Contents -- Maps -- Plates -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter One. The Setting: The Peoples And Their Histories -- Chapter Two. Chinese Society And The Dutch To The First Kongsi War -- Chapter Three. From 1850 To The End Of The Kongsis -- Chapter Four. Demographic And Economic Change: From Gold Miners To Settlers And Traders, 1860-1940 -- Chapter Five.Community And Political Life In Prewar Times -- Chapter Six. War And Indonesian Independence -- Chapter Seven.Community Under Duress -- Epilogue. Repeated Violence And Uncertain Outcome -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index
Summary This study examines the changing role of the Chinese community of West Kalimantan, particularly its economic and social relationships. Heidhues explores the history of the community from the early nineteenth century establishment of the kongsis to the "Dayak Raids," which uprooted the rural Chinese population in the 1960s
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-302) and index
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Subject Chinese -- Indonesia -- Kalimantan Barat -- History
HISTORY -- Asia -- Southeast Asia.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Emigration & Immigration.
Ethnic relations
Sociale geschiedenis.
SUBJECT Kalimantan Barat (Indonesia) -- Ethnic relations
Subject Indonesia -- Kalimantan Barat
Genre/Form History
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781501719240