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2017.) '3349', Translated by JOHN MURDOCH & ed. by D. K. WYATT: Special introduction by ARTHUR->Iron Man of
Laos: Prince Phetsarath Ratanavongsa. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., 1988. REP. Edition 146 pgs.,
$15 A photocopied reprint of the November, 1978 edition published by the Southeast Asia Program Department of
Asian Studies of Cornell University. This reprint edition contains a special introduction by Arthur Dommen in which
he maintains that Prince Phetsarath was not the author of this document.


2037.) AIR AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Air Facilities Data: Laos. PB:Air America: Laos, 1974. 114 pgs., $15 Wraps
a photocopies reprint. A photocopied reprint in same handbook format used by Air America personnel, updated as

2038.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES ->Area Handbook for Laos. HC:Government Printing
Office: Washington, D.C., 1972. 337 pgs., $12.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Research and writing completed in June of

2040.) ARCHAIMBAULT, CHARLES with Afterword by PRINCE BOUN OUM:->The New Year Ceremony At Basak
(South Laos). PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, VA, 1987. REP. Edition 150 pgs., $16 A photocopied reprint
of the January, 1971 edition published by the Southeast Asia Program, Department of Asian Studies, Cornell
University. Reprint was done with the permission of the Asian Studies program at Cornell.

31883.) ARCHAIMBAULT, CHARLES: ->La Course De Pirogues Au Laos: Un Complexe Culturel, A v/g plus copy
in a v/g plus d/j. French text, 48 black and white phoot illustrations.

4566.) AREA HANDBOOK SERIES FEDERAL RESEARCH DIVISION, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS:->Laos: A Country
Study. HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1995. 3rd Edition 366 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy. Edited by
Andrea Matles Savada, research completed July, 1994. Contributors to this volume are Arthur Dommen, W. Randall
Ireson, Susannah Hopkins, MacAlister Brown, Joseph Zasloff, and Nicholas Auclair.

6222.) ASMUSSEN, FLEUR: ->Lao Roots. PB:White Orchid Press: Bangkok, 1997. 1st Edition 235 pgs., $23 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. The author traces her Lao roots as her grandfather was a Norwegian who worked as a tader in
Indo-China from 1890 to 1928. Includes some black and white phtos of that period.

4538.) BAILEY, LAWRENCE R. with RON MARTZ:->Solitary Survivor: The First American POW in Southeast Asia.
HC:Brassey's Inc.: Washington, D.C., 1995. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $15 A fine copy in a fine d/j. The author was an
Army Attache assigned to Laos and he was captured in 1961 by the Pathet Lao when his plane was shot down. He
was released in 1962. An interesting account.
30240.) BAIRD, IAN G. and BRUCE SHOEMAKER: ->People, Livelihoods, and Development in the Xekong River
Basin, Laos. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 435 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study
provides a wide-ranging study that provides an overview of the area's history and geography as well as the cultures
and local livelihood systems of the multethnic people living there. Central to the study is a detailed description of
the acute social, cultural, economic and ecological challenges locals are facing as a result of the rapid changes now
taking place in the region.
2042.) BARNES, SCOTT with MELVA LIBB:->Bohica. HC:Bohica Corp.: Canton, Oh., 1987. 562 pgs., $15
Inscription on enpaper, o/w v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author maintains that he was sent on a mission into Laos to
document the existence of POWs there. He returned with the alleged evidence and he was ordered to 'liquidate the
merchandise.'
25557.) BARR, LINDA: ->Long Road to Freedom: Journey of the Hmong. PB:Red Bricklearning: Bloomington,
MN.*, 2005 Edition 64 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.. An early reader on the Hmong refugee experience
with excellent color photos of the Hmong in Laos.

27463.) BITHELL, DEAN: ->Onh and the Secret War: A Biography of Survival during the Communist Expansion into
Laos. PB:iUniverse: Lincoln, NE, 2006. 300 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the life of a
Lao who grew up in Northwestern Laos and fled to Thailand in 1977. The book is written by her husband and
though one may strongly disagreed as to his commentary at the end of the book on the Vietnam War and its
aftermath, the book does represent an excellent first hand account of life in Laos during and after the war,
particularly in Northwest Laos. The account of her life in a Thai refugee is also informative. As for her adjustment
to life in America, let sociologists be the judge of this part of the book..

5901.) BIZOT, F. and F. LAGIRARDE: ->La purete par les mots. PB:Ecole Francaise D'Extreme-Orient: Paris, 1996.
275 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed, a mint copy. Lao and French text.

2046.) BLAUFARB, DOUGLAS S.: ->Organizing and Managing Unconventional War In Laos, 1962-1970. PB:Rand
Studies: Santa Monica, CA, 1972. 115 pgs., $12.5 A photocopied reprint in softcard cover. An excellent declassified
study by a former CIA Station Chief in Laos on the war in Northern Laos involving the Hmong.

2048.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Pawns of War: Cambodia and
Laos. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1987. 192 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy. Contributors to this volume are
Arnold R. Isaacs, Gordon Hardy and MacAlister Brown.

7986.) BOUNYAVONG, OUTHINE: ->Mother's Beloved: Stories from Laos. PB:University of Washingotn Press:
Seattle, 1999. 1st Edition 163 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 14 short stories in English
Translation alongside the Lao originals. Introduction by Peter Koret and edited by Bounheng Inversin and Daniel
Duffy.
22573.) BOUPHANOUVONG, NAKHONKHAM: ->Sixteen Years in the Land of Death: Revolution and Reeducation in
Laos. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2003. 258 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An account of a former
RLG police official who was imprisoned in a reeducation camp for 16 years. He had initially been a member of
the Lao Issara movement in 1945, then left this movement the early 1960's and joined the neurtalist faction. He
tells his story beginning with 1945, an excellent Lao memoir.


396.) BRACE, ERNEST C.: ->A Code To Keep: The True Story of America's Longest-Held Prisoner of War In
Vietnam. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1988. BC Edition 264 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author
a pilot in Laos for Bird & Son who was captured there in 1965, later taken to Hanoi. He was the longest held civilian
POW of the Vietnam War.
2049.) BRANFMAN, FRED: ->Voices From the Plain of Jars: Life Under An Air War. HC:Harper & Row: New York,
1972. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $15 Name on enpaper, preface has 2 pages with inked markings along page edges,
o/w a v/g plus copy. No d/j. Book presents essays and drawings of Laotians living on the Plain de Jarres who tell of
the air war in Laos.
2050.) BRANFMAN, FRED: Introduction and Edited By JOEL ML HALPERN and JAMES A. HAFNER:->The Old Man:
A Biographical Account of a Lao Villager. PB:Univeristy of Massachusetts-Amherst: Amherst, Ma., 1979. REP.
Edition 49 pgs., $6 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

31470.) BRIGGS, THOMAS LEO: ->Cash On Delivery: CIA Special Operations During the Secret War In Laos.
HC:Rosebank Press: Rockville, MD, 2009. 1ST Edition 380 pgs., $28.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author worked
in Laos and was a DEA special agent and worked for 26 years with the CIA. His book focuses on his work in Southern
Laos during the Vietnam War.
2052.) BRODRICK: ALAN HOUGHTON: ->Little Vehicle: Cambodia and Laos. HC:Hutchinson & Co. Ltd.: London, .
266 pgs., $25 Rebound copy, name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. Contains 36 illustrations, authors foreward dated

24391.) BROWN, MACALISTER and JOSEPH J. ZASLOFF:->The Pathet Lao and the Politics of Reconciliation in
Laos. PB:Privately printed: , 1974. Rep. Edition 63 pgs., $7.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. This paper
was prepared for delivery at a SEADAG Conference on Communist Movements and Regimes in Indochina, Asia
House, New York at a conferrence held from September 30-Ocotber 2, 1974.

9383.) BROWN, MERVYN: ->War in Shangri-La: A Memoir of Civil War in Laos. HC:Radcliffe Press: London, 2001.
1st Edition 243 pgs., $39.5 PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2004. 243 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy in a
mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a British embassy staff perosn who was captured by the
Pathet Lao in 1962..

29267.) BRYAN, NICHOL: ->Hmong Americans. A mint copy in a laminated cover, library binding. Title is part of
One nation series. Written for young readers with graphic color photos depicitng Hmong culture and their adapting
26311.) BURTON, JOHN J. S.: ->Lao Close Encounters. PB:Orchid Press: Bangkok, 2006. 226 pgs., $39.5 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a pictorial odyssey throughout Laos with 1200 color photos showing and
explaining Lao culture, its recent heritage, agriculture, and the urban setting found in many of the provinces.

2904.) CASTLE, TIMOTHY N.: ->At War in the Shadow of Vietnam: United States Military Aid to the Royal Lao
Government, 1955-75. PB:Columbia University Press: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 210 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. A very concise study focusing on military assistance to Laos. The author draws upon classified
military documents and personal interviews with CIA, Embassy and military personnel. He also visited Laos and
interviewed General Singkapo.

7169.) CASTLE, TIMOTHY N.: ->One Day Too Long: Top Secret Site 85 and the Bombing of North Vietnam.
HC:Columbia University Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 371 pgs., $17.5 Top tip of back cover slightly bent
leaving d/j around tip with slight tear, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of the establishment and fall of Site
85 in Laos.
8289.) CHA, DIA: ->Dia's Story Cloth: The Hmong Peoples's Journey of Freedom. HC:Lew & Low Books: New York,
1996. 3rd Edition 22 pgs., $15.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is an illustrated book depicting a cloth that
illustrates the journey of the Hmong people to America. Text tells this story as shown on the cloth that was sent to
the author by her aunt and uncle from the Chiang Kham refugee camp in Thailand. Book published in cooperation
with the Denver Museum of Natural History.
32893.) CHAMPANAKONE, XAIXANA: ->Lao Cooking and the Essence of Life. HC:Vincent-Fisher-Zenin: Vientiane,
2009. 1ST Edition 189 pgs., $32.5 A mint copy in in a nicely laminated cover with a CD slide with Lao music.
Author was born of German parents in Venezuela who eventually moved to Laos and took on a Lao name.

4113.) CHAN, ANTHONY: ->Hmong Textile Designs. PB:Stemmer House Publishers: Owings Mills, MD, 2004. 3rd
Edition 42 pgs., $7.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book depicts the designs incorporated into the pa ndau or

3525.) CHAN, Ed. SUCHENG: ->Hmong Means Free: Life in Laos and America. PB:Temple University Press:
Phailadelphia, 1994. 267 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. A collection of oral histories from
three generations of Hmong describing their lives in Laos, in refugee camps and then as immigrants in the U.S..

9395.) CHAZEE, LAURENT: ->The Mrabri in Laos: A World Under the Canopy. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2001. 1st Edition 96 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., fading of outside cover, o/w a near fine copy. A study of the
Mrabri people in the Lao PDR in Sayabury Province. Contains 104 color photos.

31593.) CHEESMAN, PATRICIA: ->Lao-Tai Textiles: The Textiles of Xam Nuea and Muang Phuan. Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Puvlication includes 592 illustratons, most being in color. 3 appendixes, one of which is a
transcription of Lao-Tai words, and a bibliography.

7732.) CIA STUDY: ->The Laotian 'National Liberation Government' Organization. PB:Dalley Book Service:
Christiansburg, Va, 1964. REP. Edition 116 pgs., $15 Wraps monograph in a softcard cover, a mint copy. A study of
the Pathet Lao organization prepared by the CIA in 1964.

4824.) COBURN, JEWELL REINHART with TZEXA CHERTA LEE:->Jouanah: A Hmong Cinderella. HC:Shen's Books:
Arcadia, CA., 1996. 1st Edition 30 pgs., $15.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A beautifully illustrated children's book
telling the story of a Hmong girl. Illustrated by Anne Sibley O'Brien.

20110.) COLLOQUE EFEO 1996, ->Laos, Restaurer et preserver le patrimoine national. PB:Editions des Cahiers
de France: Vientiane, 1999. 342 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Lao and French text, 13 fig., and 8


4593.) COMMITTEE FOR PLANNING AND COOPERATION:->Basic Statistics About the Socio-Economic
Development in the Lao P.D.R., 1975-1995. PB:National Statistical Centre: Vietiane, 1995. 172 pgs., $17.5 A
photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Text is both in Lao and English

4594.) COMMITTEE FOR PLANNING AND COOPERATION:->Expenditure and Consumption Survey and Social
Indicator Survey, (1992-1993). PB:National Statistical Centre: Vientiane, 1995. 116 pgs., $12 A photocopied

27475.) COOK, JENNIFER: ->Flight Across the Mekong. PB:TSAR Publications: Toronto, 1999. 181 pgs., $10.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Novel of a two Canadian teenagers living in Vientiane when the Pathet Lao take
control of the country in 1975. They help a Lao family to escape into Thailand.

25160.) COOK, SHARON and JEAN RUSTING: ->Jouanah: A Hmong Cinderella Teacher's Guide. HC:Shen's Books:
Fremont, CA, 1996. 31 pgs., $9.95 A guide in a three ring notebook, a mint copy.

31916.) COOPER, ROBERT: ->The Hmong: A Guide to Traditional Life. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author has
a photo taken by himself of two Hmong children who returned to Laos with their family, choosing to return to their
home in 1981 rather than to accept offers of resettlement in the United States. Author has done considerable
research on the Hmong and their culture.s
29955.) COSTELLO, NANCY A. and KHAMLUAN SULAVAN: ->Katu Folktlaes and Society. Wraps trade ed., a fine
copy. Text is in Katu, Lao and English.

32485.) CULLOTY, DOROTHY: ->Food From Northern Laos: The Boat Landing Cookbook. PB:Galangal Press: New
Zealand, 2010. 1ST Edition 200 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A richly illustrated cookbook, photos of
dishes in colour. It provides a description of Lao preparation and cooking techniques, a bibliogrpahy, including web
kinks and a comprehensive index in English, Lao transcription and Lao script.

7064.) CUPET, P.: PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 164 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Originally published as 'Cjhez les Populations Sauvages du Sud de l'Annam in Le Tour de Monde, Vol. 65,
Nos 1681-1685, pp. 177-256 in 1893. Translated with an introduciton by Walter E.J. Tips.

24778.) CURRY, ROBERT: ->Whispering Death...Our Journey with the Hmong in the Secret War in Laos.
HC:iUniverse, Inc.: Lincoln, NE, 2004. 341 pgs., $35.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of OV-1 Mohawk
pilot who tells of his experience of his support of Hmong fighters in Laos during the Vietnam War. Forewards by
General Harry C. Aderholt.
24940.) DAKIN, BRETT: ->Another Quiet American: Stories of Life in Laos. PB:Asia Books: Bangkok, 2005. 3rd
Edition 279 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author was employed right after graduating from Princeton
in 1997 as a consultant to the Lao government's fledgling tourism authority. It is a delightful as well as a very
informative account of Laos today. A must read for anyone following political and social changes in Laos or who
has fallen in love with the country as a result of a recent visit.

5440.) DAVIS, CHARLES O.: ->Across the Mekong: The True Story of an Air America Helicopter Pilot. HC:Hildesigns
Press: Charlottesville, VA, 1996. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $24.95 Signed by author, a mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
worked in Laos from 1965 to 1967 as chopper pilot with Air America.

9705.) DAY, NANCY RAINES: ->Piecing Earth and Sky together: A Creation Story from the Mien Tribe of Laos.
HC:Shen's Books: Freemont, CA, n.d.. 26 pgs., $17.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A young Mien girl listens to her
grandmother recite a tale of the creation of the earth and sky while they work together on their embroidery.
Illustrated by Genna Panzarella.
6210.) DELAPORTE, LOUIS and FRANCIS GARNIER:: ->A Pictorial Journey on the Old Mekong: Volume 3 of the
Mekong Exploration Commission Report. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 206 pgs., $60 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. This third volume is a large format edition, 9 1/2 by 13 inches, it has 188 plates and 5
maps. Some plates are in colour.
31697.) DEPARMENT OF STATE and ICA DOCUMENT, ->Comments By the Department of State and ICA on the
Report of the House Committee On Government Operations United States Aid Operations In Laos. Wraps
photocopied repirnt, a fine copy. Report is a response to the 1959 U.S. House of Representatives report. See record
ID No. 2246.
27516.) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STUDY: ->Report On Selected Air and Ground Operations in Cambodia and
Laos. PB:Department of Defense: Washington, DC, 1973. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy.

5310.) DEUVE, JEAN: ->Guerilla au Laos. PB:L'Harmattan: Paris, 1996. REP. Edition 346 pgs., $35 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy as purchased new. Book is an account of the French going into Laos toward the end of World War II
in order to retake Laos. The author was a member of the group which parachuted into Laos in 1945. This is a
reprint of the 1966 edition where the author used the pseudonym of Michel Caply.

5575.) DEUVE, JEAN: ->La Guerre Secrete au Laos contre Les Communistes (1955-1964). PB:Editions
L'Harmattan: Paris, 1995. 311 pgs., $42.5 Wraps trade ed., light speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. An account
of secret operatons agianst the Pathet Lao . Author served as a special counsel to the Royal Lao Government.

1851.) DIAMOND, JUDITH: ->Laos. HC:Childrens Press: Chicago, 1989. 1ST Edition 128 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a
v/g copy. Title is part of 'Enchantment of the World' series, text accurate and well written. Excellent photos. For

27643.) DOEDEN, MATT: ->Laos in Pictures. HC:Learner Publishing Group: Minneapolis, MN., 2007. 1st Edition 80
pgs., $27.95 A mint copy with library binding. Cover is laminated. Photos are in color and text is written for

29271.) DOEDEN, MATT: ->Laos In Pictures. Library binding, a mint copy in a laminated cover. Title is part of the
the Visual Geography Series, written more for Junior High students. Excellent photos.

2072.) DOMMEN, ARTHUR J.: ->Conflict In Laos: The Politics of Neutralization. HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Inc.: New
York, 1971. Rev. Edition 454 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The most definitive work to date on the war in Laos
from a political perspective coupled with a concise historical background on Laos prior to the Second Indochina
War.
4160.) DONNELLY, NANCY D.: ->Changing Lives of Refugee Hmong Women. PB:Univeristy of Washington Press:
Seattle, WA, 1997. 224 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A valuable study that points to the
complimentary role that Hmong women had in Hmong traditional society which was necessary for family survival,
something not readily seen by many American observers of the Hmong culture. The author shows how the Hmong
refugee women are being compelled to change and rethink their identity.
5128.) DOOLEY, THOMAS A.: ->The Edge of Tomorrow. HC:Farrar, Straus and Cudahy: New York, 1958. 1st Edition
208 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account of Dr. Dooley and his team setting up a hospital in Nam Tha.

2076.) DOOLEY, THOMAS A.: ->The Night They Burned the Mountain. HC:Farrar, Straus & Cudahy: New York,
1960. 4th Edition 12 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an account of Dr. Dooley establishing a clinic at
Muong Sing in northwest Lao, about eight miles from China.

242.) DRURY, RICHARD S.: ->My Secret War. HC:Time Life Books, Inc.: Richmond, VA, 1990. Rep. Edition 224
pgs., $20 A very fine copy. Book is a memoir of an Air Force pilot flying combat missions over Laos in the late 60's
out of Nakhon Phanom in an A-l Skyraider.

33751.) DUFFY, JOHN M.: ->Writing From These Roots: Literacy in a Hmong-American Community. PB:University
of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2011. 1ST Edition 241 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study of literacy
history, literacy learning, and literacy pracitces of Hmong immigrants to the United States.

26126.) EPSTEIN, STEVEN JAY: ->Lao Folktales. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2005. 113 pgs.,
$10.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 23 Lao folktlaes. Illustrated by Anoulom Souvandouane.

8011.) EVANS, Ed. GRANT: ->Laos: Culture and Society. PB:Silkworm Books: Bangkok, 1999. 313 pgs., $28.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book represents a new scholarship on Lao culture.

21067.) EVANS, GRANT: ->A Short History of Laos: The Land In Between. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai,
Thailand, 2002. 3rd Edition 251 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides an introduciton to Laos for
travellers, business people, diplomats and students. Author investagates key events in new ways and presents
serious challenges to conventional views about Laos' intriguing history.

2081.) EVANS, GRANT: ->Lao Peasants Under Socialism. HC:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT, 1990. 1st
Edition 268 pgs., $5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

30505.) EVANS, GRANT: ->The Last Century of Lao Royalty: A Documentary History.. HC:Silkworm Books: Chiang
Mai, Thailand, 2009. 1ST Edition 430 pgs., $49.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An excellent account of the Lao
Royal family in this past century. A well documented study, name index, and bibliography. The photos alone are
worth the price of the book but this is not by any means simply a picture book .


6201.) EVANS, GRANT: ->The Politics of Ritual and Remembrance: Laos Since 1975. PB:University of Hawaii
Press: Honolulu, HI, 1997. 230 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author traces the attempts at ritual and
symbolic change in Laos, and the recent re-emergence of older and deeper cultural structures. Book contains 35
color and b/w photos.
5899.) FADIMAN, ANNE: ->The Spirit Catches YOu and You Fall Down. PB:Noonday Press: New York, 1999. 8th
Edition 341 pgs., $13.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of a Hmong child with elipepsy and the clash
between the child's doctors and the parents.

2083.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Anatomy of a Crisis: The Laotian Crisis of 1960-1961. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York,
1969. 1st Edition 283 pgs., $25 Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

2094.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PRESS PUBLICATION: ->Concerning the Situation In Laos. PB:Foreign Languages
Press: Peking, 1959. 84 pgs., $5.5 Wraps photocopied reprint in a soft card cover.
27462.) FOX, ROBERT: ->Red Flag Blue Member: The Colonel Saves the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
PB:Trafford Publishing: Oxford, UK, 2006. 238 pgs., $18.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A humorous suspense
novel of Laos of an English agent going to Laos to capture an English criminal who has taken refuge in Laos.
Written by an Englishman who has lived most of his life in Asia and speaks Lao. His descriptions of Laos shows he
has lived there but he is completely apolitical in his writing.

5952.) GABAUDE, LOUIS: ->Les Cetiya De Sable Au Laos et en Thailande. PB:Ecole Francaise D'Extreme-
Oriente: Paris, 1979. 342 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.
5746.) GARNIER, FRANCIS: ->Further Travels in Laos and in Yunnan: The Mekong Exploration Commission Report
(1866-1868)-Vol. 2. PB:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1996. REP. Edition 291 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., light
fading of outside cover, o/w a fine copy. This second volume contains the report of the Mekong Commission's travels
in Upper Laos and in Yunnan. It ends with the return of the Commission via China and reports on the dramatic
Muslim uprising in Southern China.

5745.) GARNIER, FRANCIS: ->Travels in Cambodia and Part of Laos: The Mekong Exploration Commission Report
(1866-1868)- Vol. 1. PB:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1996. REP. Edition 346 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This volume contains the report of the Mekong Exploration Commission's peregrinations in Cambodia and in
part of Laos. It ends in Luang Prabang. Parts of this volume were originally published in various issues of Le Tour
du Monde, 1869-1871 and in Francis Garnier's 'Voyage d'Exploration en Indo-Chine' in 1885.

9470.) GAY, BERNARD: ->La Nouvelle Frontiere Lao-Vietnamienne: Les Accords de 1977-1990. PB:Edition
L'Harmattan: Paris, 1995. 345 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., light speckling top edge, o/w a v/g copy.

5793.) GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT LERNER PUBLICATIONS: ->Laos...in Pictures. HC:Lerner Publications:
Minneapolis, 1996. 1st Edition 64 pgs., $5 Ex-library, library stamp on enpapers, no other library markings, a fine
copy.. Book is part of the Visual Geography Series of Lerner Publications. Excellent text and photos with a good
history of Laos, including the period of the Vietnam War.

2099.) GETTLEMAN, MARVIN & SUSAN and LAWRENCE & CAROL KAPLAN:->Conflict In Indochina: A Reader On
the Widening War In Laos and Cambodia. PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1970. 461 pgs., $6 Wraps a mass market

5755.) GOLDMAN, ANN YARWOOD: ->Lao Mien Embroidery: Migration and Change. PB:White Lotus Co.:
Bangkok, 1995. 72 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Excellent color photos of Lao Mien embroidery with
an excellent descriptive text on the Lao Mien refugee experience. Author is a trained anthropologist .

23724.) GOSCHA, Eds. CHRISTOPERR E. and SOREN IVARSSON:->Contesting Visions of the Lao Past: Lao
Historiography At the Crossroads. HC:Nordic Institute of Asian Studies: Copenhagen, Denmark, 2003. 326 pgs.,
$39.5 A mint copy with a laminated cover.. An excellent set of essays on Lao historiography.

31413.) GOUDINEAU, Eds. YVES AND MICHEL LORRILLARD: ->New Research on Laos, Recherches nouvelles sur le
Laos. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French and English text.

2101.) GUNN, GEOFFREY C.: ->Rebellion In Laos: Peasant and Politcs In a Colonial Backwater. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2003. 306 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade edition, mint as purchased new.

6785.) GUNN, GEOFFREY: ->Theravadins, Colonialists and Commissars in Laos. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok,
1998. 277 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book covers the history, sociology, politics and economy of Laos

2103.) HAFNER, JAMES A.: JOEL M. HALPERN: BARBARA KEREWSKY-HALPERN:->River Road Through Laos:
Reflections of the Mekong. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., 1986. REP. Edition 76 pgs., $8.5 Wraps
monograph, a fine copy. This is Asian Studies Committee Occasional Papers Series No. 10.

25529.) HALLIDAY, JOHN T.: ->Flying Through Midnight: A Pilot's Dramactic Story of His Secret Missions Over Laos
During the Vietn War. A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a pilot who flew a C-123 over Laos with the

2022.) HALPERN, Eds. JOEL M. and WILLIAM S. TURLEY:->The Training of Vietnamese Communist Cadres In
Laos. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., 1990. REP. Edition 103 pgs., $13 Wraps monograph in softcard
cover, photocopied reprint. Originally published in 1977 by Centre d'Etude du Sud-est Asiatique et de l'Extreme-
Orient, Bruxelles. Edited notes of a Vietnamese economics specialist assigned to the Pathet Lao in Xieng Khouang,
Laos in 1968.
2105.) HALPERN, JOEL M. and JAMES A. HAFNER:->A Preliminary and Partial Bibliography of Miscellaneous
Research Materials On Laos. PB:: , 1971. 113 pgs., $12 Wraps photocopied reprint in softcard cover. Bibliography
has subtitle as follows: 'With Special Reference to the Mekong Development Scheme, plus Selected Items on
Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.' Originally published in 1973 by Centre d'Etude du Sud-Est Asiatique et de
Extreme Orient, Bruxelles.
2107.) HALPERN, JOEL M., JAMES A. HAFNER and WALTER HANEY:->Mekong Basin Development: Laos and
Thailand, Selected Bibliographies. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., 1990. REP. Edition 234 pgs., $25
Wraps photocopied reprint in soft card cover. Originally published in 1974 by Centre d'Etude du Sud Est Asiatique
et de L'Extreme Orient, Brussels.
2019.) HALPERN, JOEL M.: ->America and Laos: Two Views of Political Strategy and Technical Assistance.
PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., 1990. REP. Edition 63 pgs., $7.5 Photocopied reprint. Title originally
issued by Rand Corporation as a background paper.

2021.) HALPERN, JOEL M.: ->Laos and Her Tribal Problems. PB:: , . 9 pgs., $0.75 Photocopied reprint, no
postage charge when ordered with another book. Article originally appeared in the Quarterly Review of the Michigan

2191.) HALPERN, JOEL M.: ->The Lao Elite: A Study of Tradition and Innovation PB:Rand Corp.: Santa Monica,,
1960. 89 pgs., $12 Wraps phtocopied reprint, a fine copy. Wraps monograph.

2024.) HAMILTON-MERRITT, JANE: ->Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos,
1942-1992. PB:Indiana University Press: Bloomingotn, IN, 1999. 8TH Edition 448 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. The author has a doctorate in Southeast Asian Studies and she has covered Indochina as a journalist
since 1960. A good part of the book focuses on the plight of the Hmong since 1975. It does contain a historical
account of the Hmong's involvement in the Indochina Wars, beginning with the French period during World War II.
Her extenisve interviews of persons involved during this period, particularly among the Hmong, is unsurpassed to
date but it is unfortunate that the history of the 1942 to 1963 period was not more fully developed. Hopefully, she
will write furthur on the Hmong and focus on this period from a strict historical perspective as she has a wealth of
material.

27201.) HARMAND, F. J.: ->Laos and the Hilltribes of Indochina: Journey to the Blovens Plateau, from Bassac to Hue
through Laos, and Origins of the Thai. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1997. Rep. Edition 267 pgs., $29.95 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Work originally published as Le Laos et les populations Sauvages de L'Indochine in Le Tour
du Monde, Vol. 38, No. 965-967, pp 1-48: Vol. 39, No. 1006-1010, pps. 241-320, 1878-79. Translation and
introduction by Walter E. J. Tips.
29260.) HATHORN, REGINALD: ->Here There Are Tigers: The Secret Air War in Laos, 1968-69. PB:Stackpole
Books: Mechanicsburg, PA, 2008. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Account of an Air Force
pilot who flew 229 combat missions as a forward air controller in Laos. He piloted a Cessna 0-2 into Laos, where he
inserted Special Forces teams, conducted missions with the CIA, helped resuce downed pilots, and called in air
strikes against enemy targets on the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
3413.) HEIN, DON, MIKE BARBETTI, and THONGSA SAYAVONGKHAMDY:->An Excavation At the Sisattanak Kiln
Site, Vietiane, Lao PDR, 1989. PB:Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific: Sydney, Australia, 1992. 122 pgs.,
$39.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Study is work of the Vientiane Archaeoogical Survey which was formed in
1989 to study the historical ceramics of the Lao People's Democratic Republic. This was a collaborative venture
between the Department of Museums and Archaeology of the Lao PDR Ministry of Information and Culture, and the
NWG Macintosh Centre for Quaternay Dating, University of Sydney. The kiln site was just outside the first city wall of
Vietiane and evidence suggested a 15th century dating. A large number of photos and illustrations of items
excavated.


26309.) HEYWOOD, DENISE: ->Ancient Luang Prabang. PB:River Books: Bangkok, 2006. 213 pgs., $29.95 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent photo book with choice shots of the temples in Luuang Prabang with a concise
authoritiative text. Author is a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society and a member of Asia House.

31598.) HILLMER, PAUL: ->A Peoples History of the Hmong. HC:Minnesota Historical Society: St. Paul, MN, 2009.
1ST Edition 256 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author is a professor of American History and the director of
the Hmong Oral History Project at Concordia University in St. Paul.

34322.) HMONG AMERICAN WRITER'S CIRCLE, ->How Do I Begin? A Hmong American Literary Anthology.
PB:Heyday: Berkeley, CA, 2011. 1ST Edition 201 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an anthology of
Homng writers whose writings depict loss, hope, memory and transition that tell of the Hmong transiton from Laos to
America.
21570.) HOLM, RICHARD L.: ->No Drums, No Bugles: Recollections of a Case Officer. PB:Center for the Study of
Intelligence: Washington, DC, 2003. 17 pgs., $2 Wraps photocoped reprint, a fine copy. No postage charge if

31326.) HOLT, JOHN CLIFFORD: ->Spirits of the Place: Buddhism and Lao Religious Culture. HC:University of
Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2009. 1st Edition 348 pgs., $59.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A most interesting study
of Lao Buddhism and how the worship of the Phi has influenced the practice of Theravada Buddhism in Laos
throughout its history, including the present post-revolutionary period.

27497.) HONGTHONG, PENN: ->Simple Laotian Cooking. HC:Hippocrene Books: New York, 2003. 225 pgs., $22.5
A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book provides 172 recipes, including a section on the traditional Lob. There is also
a glossary that defines staple ingredients like banboo shoots, cilantro, etc.. Author was born and raised in Laos.

7334.) HOPKINS, JOHN and ALLEN W. ->Laos: The Land of a Million Elephants. PB:Post Books: Bangkok, 1994.
127 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade size edition, a v/g copy. A good photo book of contmeporary Laos , including excellent
shots of temples. Photographs taken by Allen W. Hopkins.


3618.) HOSHINO, TATSUO and RUSSELL MARCUS:->Lao for Beginners: An Introduction to the Spoken and Written
Language of Laos. PB:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland, VT, 2000. 6th Edition 209 pgs., $17.95 Wraps trade ed.,
31983.) INK MAGAZINE, ->Ink Hmong Magazine, Spring 1997, Premiere Issue. Wraps magaizne, a fine copy.
Articles are on Colby's talk before Hmong students at Georgetown 3 weeks before he died, an interveiw with Willima
Smalley, and article on Lee Lue, a Hmong pilot.

2109.) INTERNATIONAL CONTROL COMMISSION REPORTS:->First Interim Report of the International Commission
for Supervision and Control in Laos, April 27-June 15, 1954. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office: London, 1955.
REP. Edition 77 pgs., $10 Wraps photocopied reprint with softcard cover.


2110.) INTERNATIONAL CONTROL COMMISSION REPORTS:->Fourth Interim Report of the International
Commission for Supervision and Control in Laos, May 17, 1957 -May 31, 1958. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office:
London, 1958. REP. Edition 159 pgs., $15 Wraps photocopied reprint in softcard cover.

2111.) INTERNATIONAL CONTROL COMMISSION REPORTS:->Second Interim Report of International Commission
for Supervision and Control in Laos, January 1st, 1955-June 30th, 1955. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office:
London, 1955. 57 pgs., $8.5 Wraps photocopied reprint with softcard cover.

2112.) INTERNATIONAL CONTROL COMMISSION REPORTS:->Third Interim Report of the International
Commission for Supervision and Control in Laos, July 1, 1955-mAY 15, 1957. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office:
London, 1957. REP. Edition 94 pgs., $10 Wraps photocopied reprint in softcard cover.

7711.) IVARSSON, SOREN. THOMMY SVENSSON and STEIN TONNESSON:->The Quest For Balance In A
Changing Laos: A Political Analyssi. PB:Nordic Institute of Asian Studies: Copenhagen, Denmark, 1995. 82 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study of Laos and how its leadership seeks to retain politcal power while
pleasing its neighbors and dealing with immense economic changes.

29285.) IVARSSON, SOREN: ->Creating Laos: The Making of a Lao Space Between Indochina and Siam, 1860-
1945. PB:Nordic Institute of Asian Studies: Copenhagen, Denmark, 2008. 1ST Edition 238 pgs., $35 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. This book examines the process thorugh which Laos came into existence under French colonial
rule through to the end of World War II.
9681.) IZIKOWITZ, KARL GUSTAV: ->Lamet, Hill Peasants in French Indochina. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2001. REP. Edition 375 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., slight discoloring of edges of outside cover, o/w a fine copy.urata
mint copy. An account of field work done in the 1930s by a noted anthropologist who studied a remote Mon-Khmer
group in northern Laos.
24205.) IZIKOWITZ, KARL GUSTAV: ->Over the Misty Mountain: A Journey from Tonkin to the Lamet in Laos.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 1st Edition 234 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book was first
published in 1944 by the author, a noted ethnologist. He provides details such as the French administrative system.
Contains 138 period photographs.
3351.) JOHNSON, Ed. CHARLES and SE YANG, ASSOCIATE EDITOR: ->Myths, Legends & Folk Tales from the
Hmong of Laos. PB:Hmogland Pubklishing Co.: St. Paul, MN, 2010. 2nd Edition 520 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed.,
a very fine copy. A bilingual publication in Hmong and English. A large number of Hmong contributed to this work.

20008.) JONES, JOHN R.: ->Guide to Laos and Cambodia. PB:Globe Pequot Press: Old Saybrook, CT, 1995. 342
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. 160 pages are devoted to Laos and the rest is devoted to Cambodia. Book

2115.) JUMSAI, M. L. MANICH: ->History of Laos. HC:Chalermnit Press: Bangkok, 1967. 337 pgs., $27.95 A v/g
plus copy. This particular edition ends with the Phoumi coup in 1965. A later edition adds a few pages on the



2119.) KENE, THAO: ->On Understanding Laotian Society: Drawings Illustrating Various Aspects of Laotian Society.
PB:Mimeographed Reproduction: Vietiane, 1967. 78 pgs., $7.5 Wraps photocopied reprint. Contains 45 drawings
by Thao Kene, text for drawings written by Dr. K. Orr and introduction and vocabulary by IVS/ED.

3414.) KERR, ALLEN D.: ->Lao-English Dictionary. HC:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1992. 2nd Edition 1223 pgs.,
$59.95 A very fine copy. This is a reprint edition in one volume of the two volume work published by the Catholic

27519.) KHAMKEO, BOUNSANG: ->I Little Slave: A Prison Memoir from Communist Laos. PB:Eastern Washington
University Press: Spokane, 2006. 1st Edition 422 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., last 60 pages have water damage top tips,
a good plus reading copy. An account of a Lao official imprisoned in Laos in 1981 for seven years, then fled to the
United States. He had returned to Laos in 1973 after earning a doctorate in France to work for the Laotian
government.
25164.) KREMMER, CHRISTOPHER: ->Bamboo Palace: Discoverning the Lost Dynasty of Laos.
PB:HarperCollinsPublishers: Sydney, Australia, 2004. 267 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of

7045.) LAFONT, P-B.: ->Les Recherches en Sciences Humanines sur Le Laos. PB:Centre d'Historie et Civillsations
Indochine: Paris, 1994. 217 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of papers given Actes de la
Conference Internationale organisee a Vientiane 7-10 Decembre, 1993. There are 19 contributors, including Lao,
French, American, and Australian.
4185.) LANGER, P. F. and J. J. ZASLOFF: J.J. ZASLOFF:->Revolution in Laos: The North Vietnamese and the
Pathet Lao. PB:Rand Corporation: Santa Monica, CA, 1969. 233 pgs., $20 Wraps, a mint copy, monograph
format. Study inquires into the development and precise relationship between the North Vietnamese and the Pathet
Lao.
4183.) LANGER, PAUL F. and JOSEPH J. ZASLOFF: ->The North Vietnamese Military Adviser in Laos: A First Hand
Account. PB:Rand Corporation: Santa Monica, CA, 1968. 40 pgs., $6 Wraps, a photopiced reprint edition..
Account by a Vietnamese captain who defected in February of 1964 in Nam Tha province. He served as an advisor
to Pathet Lao battalion.
2125.) LANGER, PAUL F. and JOSEPH J. ZASLOFF:->North Vietnam and the Pathet Lao: Partners in the Struggle
for Laos. HC:Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Ma., 1970. 262 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

2193.) LANGER, PAUL F.: ->The Soviet Union, China and the Pathet Lao: Analysis and Chronology. PB:Rand
Publisher: Santa Monica, Ca., 1972. REP. Edition 121 pgs., $12.5 Wraps photocopied reprint in a spiral bound

7866.) LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC PUBLICATION: ->Autobiography of Prince Souphanouvong.
PB:Malaysia Mining Corporation: , 1989. 211 pgs., $25 A photcopied reprint. This is in no sense an autobiography
or biography of Souphanouvong. Instead this publication consists of speeches about him, reminiscences by person
who had known him, and persons who wrote about him. This publication was done in honor of his 80th birthday in
1989. One of the articles was a piece by Arthur Dommen which was altered to say that the Lao PDR was lucky to
have at tis disposal the services of a tried and true patriot. Still the document makes an interesting read.


31920.) LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, COMPILER ->Laos: An Indicative Fact Book. Wraps trade ed.,
a mint copy. An interesting compilation of information of Laos today, including the current full amended

2140.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 2: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Capital, Savings and Credit Among Laos and Serb
Peasants: A Contrast In Cultural Values. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., 1961. 12 pgs., $1
Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2141.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 3: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Population Statistics and Associated Data.
PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., 1961. 59 pgs., $5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2142.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 4: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Geographic, Demographic and Ethnic Background On
Laos. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 19 pgs., $1.75 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.
2143.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 5: JOEL M. HALPERN:->An Annotated Bibliogrpahy On the Peoples of Laos
and Northern Thailand. PB:University of Massashusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 6 pgs., $0.5 Photocopied reprint in a

2144.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 6: JOEL M. HALPERN:->American Policy In Laos. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 6 pgs., $0.5 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2145.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 7: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Laotian Educational Statistics. PB:University of
Massashusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 15 pgs., $1.25 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2146.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 8: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Goverment Statistics. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 9 pgs., $1 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2147.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 9: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Laotian Agricultural Statistics. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., 1961. 16 pgs., $1.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2148.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 10: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Laotian Health Statistics. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma.., . 8 pgs., $1 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2149.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 11: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Economic and Related Statistics Dealing With Laos.
PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., 1961. 40 pgs., $3 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2150.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 12: HOWARD K. KAUFMAN: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->Village Life In Vietiane
Province: (1956-1957). PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 82 pgs., $12.5 Photocopied reprint in a

2151.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 13: GEORGE L. BARNEY: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->The Meo of Xieng
Khouang Province. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 29 pgs., $3 Photocopied reprint in a softcard


2152.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 14: TSUNEO AYABE: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->The Village of Ban Pha Khao
(Vientinae Province). PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 59 pgs., $6 Photocopied reprint in a softcard

2153.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 15: KEIJI IWATA: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->Ethnic Groups In the Valley of the
Nam Song and the Nam Lik. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 34 pgs., $3 Wraps photocopied

2154.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 16: KEIJI IWATA: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->Minority Groups In Northern Laos-
Especially the Yao. Yao. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 35 pgs., $3 Photocopied rerpint with
permission by Dr. Halpern who edited this series in a softcard cover, a fine copy..

2155.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 17: JOEL M. HALPERN:->The Natural Economy of Laos. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 85 pgs., $8.5 Wraps photcopied reprint in softcard cover.

2156.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 18: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Laos Profiles. PB:University of Massachusetts:
Amherst, Ma., 1961. 175 pgs., $15 Wraps photocopied in a softcard cover.

2157.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 19: JOEL M. HALPERN:->The Rural and Urban Economies. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 87 pgs., $8.5 Wraps photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2158.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 20: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Laotian Health Problems. PB:University of
Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 38 pgs., $3 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover.

2159.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 21: JOEL M. HALPERN:->Government, Politcs and Social Structure of Laos: A
Study of Tradition and Innovation. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 199 pgs., $16.5 Wraps
monograph in soft card cover. This is a revised edition of the study Dr. Halpern did for the Rand Corporation.

2086.) LAOS PROJECT PAPER NO. 22: JOHN McKINSTRY: JOEL M. HALPERN, Ed.->Bibliography of Laos and
Ethnically Related Areas. PB:University of Massachusetts: Amherst, Ma., . 91 pgs., $8.5 Wraps photocopied reprint

33760.) LEARY, WILLIAM M.: ->Air America: Myth and Reality. Wraps, a digital photocopied reprint of a paper by
Dr. Leary given at the University of Texas at Dallas on February 1st, 1992.

33762.) LEARY, WILLIAM M.: ->An Intelligence Triumph in Laos: The Rescue of Phisidhi Indradat. Wraps digital
photocpied reprint of a paper written by Dr. Leary. An account of the rescue of 53 prisoners from a camp near
Mahaxay in central Laos. Phisidhi Indradat was a member of the Police Aerial Unit (PARU) who was working in Laos
and was freed from a raid that took place in 1967. The other prisoners being hld were Laotian.

8426.) LEARY, WILLIAM M.: ->CIA Air Operations in Laos, 1955-1974. PB:Center for the Study of Intelligence:
Washington, DC, 1999. 16 pgs., $2 Wraps, a photocpoied reprint. No postage charge if ordered with another book.
This ariticle is in the Winter 1999-2000 issue of Studies In Intelligence.

27415.) LEARY, WILLIAM M.: ->The CIA and the Secret War in Laos: The Battle for Skyline Ridge, 1971-72. PB:: ,
1993. 18 pgs., $1.75 A photocopied reprint of a paper delivered by Dr. Leary in April of 1993 at the Vietnam
Conference held by the Vietnam Center at Texas Tech. The paper was later published in a slightly revised form in
July 1995 issue of the Journal of Military History.
4193.) LEDERER, WILLIAM J.: ->A Nation of Sheep. HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1961. BC Edition 192 pgs.,
$10 Foxing outer edges, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. A popular written criticism of American foreign policy with the
first chapter titled 'The Laos Fraud.'

26038.) LEE, G. Y..: ->Dust of Life: A True Ban Vanai Love Story. PB:Hmongland Publishing Company: , 2004.
158 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A novle that is both a mystery and a love story, written by the noted

31917.) LEE, GARY YIA: ->The Impact of Globalization and Trans-Nationalism On the Hmong. PB:Center for
Hmong Studies: St. Paul, MN, 2009. 1ST Edition 131 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains
selected presentations from the First Internaitonal Conference on Hmong Stuides held at Concordia Univeristy, St.
Paul, Minnesota. Conference was held in March of 2006.
4456.) LEFEVRE, E.: ->Travels in Laos: The Fate of the Sip Song Pana and Muong Sing (1894-1896). PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1995. REP. Edition 224 pgs., $31.5 Wraps trade reprint ed., a mint copy. Title orginally
published as: Un Voyage au Laos by Plon, Nourrit ed Cie. Account of a British and French commission in 1894 to
consider the status of Muong Sing and their travel to the area. The British side was headed by J.G. Scott and the
French side was headed by Auguste Pavie. Travels entailed from Hanoi to Laichau to Muong Sing, then on to
Luang Prabang and back to Hanoi via Savan Nakhek. Then another trip was made to Luang Prabang overland from
Hanoi with trips from there to Moung Luong and Xieng Khong. After that, the author left from Luang Prabang to
Muong Sing again via Muong Hou, Laichau. Translated from the French and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.
29476.) LEMIRE, CHARLES: ->Laos in 1893. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. REP. Edition 63 pgs., $29.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.. An account of late 19th century French Indochina which documents the intense
Siamese and French rivalry in this region. Lemire was a French offical who saw himself as a traveler and guidebook
writer. Book contains 2 fold-out maps and 23 plates of black and white photographs. Also, there is a 20 page
booklet titled A Historical Introduciton to Laos in 1893, being a new translation and edition of Le Laos Annamite by
Eisel Mazard. The book by LeLemire is translated into Englsih by J. H. Stape.

7733.) LEMMER, GEORGE F.: ->The Lao Crisis of 1959. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., 1961. REP.
Edition 61 pgs., $8.5 A photocopy reprint in a softcard cover. This is a study conducted by the USAF Historical
Division Liaison Office that focuses on the military planning that took place in light of the Lao crisis of 1959.

4488.) LINDELL, KRISTINA, JAN-VJVIND SWAHN and DAMRONG TAYANIN:->Folk Tales from Kammu-IV: A Master-
Teller's Tales. PB:Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies: Copenhagen, Denmark, 1989. 229 pgs., $12.5 This
volume contains 15 stories, one of which is given in the original language in the transcription developed for Northern
Kammu within the language section of the project.
4830.) LOOK MAGAZINE: 1961, JUNE 6TH: ->Laos. PB:Look Magazine: New York, 1061. 5 pgs., $3 A v/v/g copy.
Written by Chester Morrisoon. Photographed by Frank Bauman.
6214.) MALLINSON, JANE, NANCY DONNELLY and LY HANG:->H'mong Batik: A Textile Technique from Laos.
PB:University of Washington Press: Seattle, WA, 1997. 87 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book celebrates
the artistry of the Blue H'mong women as expressed in their batik. It was first published in Thailand in 1996 by
Silkworm Books.
24396.) MANSFIELD, MIKE: ->Postwar Southeast Asia: A Search for Neutrality and Independence.
PB:Governemnt Printing Office: Washingoton, DC, 1976. 21 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a photocopied reprint, a fine copy.
Report on a trip by Senator Mansfiled in August of 1976 to Thailand, Laos and Burma.

3533.) MAROLDA, EDWARD J.: ->Passage to Laos: Journey of the U.S. Navy Mekong River Flotilla, 1960. PB: SEA
Classics: , 1980. 6 pgs., $1.5 Wraps photocopied reprint. No postage charge if ordered with another book. An
account of the delivery of of 5 (LCM-6) and 5 (LCVP) craft to Laos in 1960 via the Mekong from Saigon through
Cambodia to the village of Voun Kham in Laos. Lieutenant John T. McAlister, Jr. who later wrote 'Viet Nam: The
Origins of Revolution' was responsible for the delivery of these craft. A six page article written by Edward J. Marolda.


4120.) MATTISON, Compilers and Translators WENDY, LAOTOU LO and THOMAS SCARSETH:->Hmong Lives:
>From Laos to La Crosse: Stories of Eight Hmong Elders. PB:Pump House Regional Center for the Arts: La Crosse,
WI, 1994. 205 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Includes the stories of 8 Hmong Elders, text is in Hmong and
English.
29928.) McDANIEL, JUSTIN THOMAS: ->Gathering Leaves and Lifting Words: Histories of Buddhist Monastic
Education in Laos and Thailand. PB:University of Washington Press: Seattle, 2008. 1ST Edition 358 pgs., $30

21874.) McKEITHEN, EDWIN T.: ->Life Under the Pathet Lao in the Xieng Khouang Ville Area. PB:: , 1970. 27
pgs., $3 A photocopied rerpint of a typed report by the author.
21875.) McKEITHEN, EDWIN T.: ->The Role of North Vietnamese Cadres in the Pathet Lao Administration of Xieng
Khouang Province. PB: , 1970. 13 pgs., $1.75 A photcopied reprint of a typed report by the author who worked in

2167.) MEEKER, ODEN: ->The Little World of Laos. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1959. 256 pgs., $15 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $5.00, some underlining, soiling outside cover, o/w a good plus copy. Author
was Chief of CARE in Laos starting in late 1954.

2168.) MENGER, MATT J.: ->In the Valley of the Mekong. HC:St. Anthony Press: Paterson, N.J., 1970. 226 pgs.,
$12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Anoter copy, $10.00, a v/g copy. Author's account of his thirteen years as a
missionary in Laos. Foreward by H. Ross Perot.

25604.) MODELSKI, GEORGE: ->International Conference On the Settlement of the Laotian Question, 1961-1962.
PB:Australian National University: Canberra, Australia, 1962. 155 pgs., $12.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, spiral
bound in softcard cover, a very fine copy. A working paper that presents a summary reocrd of the proceedings and the
basic documents of the second Geneva meeting dealing with Laos.


4118.) MOORE, Compiler DAVE:: ->A Free People: Tracing Our Hmong Roots. PB:Master Communications:
Minneapolis, MN, 1994. 1st Edition 144 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book was written by Hmong
youth, ages 14-18, who are students of the Minneapolis Public Schools who were part of the Hmong Youth Cultural
Awareness Project.
6206.) MORRISON, GAYLE: ->The Sky Is Falling: An Oral History of the CIA's Evacuation of the Hmong From Laos.
PB:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC, . REP. Edition 220 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the
evacuation of Long Cheng. Excellent collection of oral histories.

21586.) MOUA, Editor MAI NENG: ->Bamboo Among the Oaks: Contemporary Writings by Hmong Americans.
PB:Minnesota Historical Society Press: St. Paul, MN, 2002. 1st Edition 205 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. In stories, poems, essays, and drama, the writers of this anthology address the common challenges of
immigrants adapting to a new homeland.
4139.) MOUA, HOUA VUE and BARBARA J. ROLLAND:.->Trails Through the Mists. PB:Eagles Printing Co.: Eau
Claire, WI, 1994. 327 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. An account of a Hmong family during the war
and their escape from Laos to Thailand.

31933.) MUA, BOUA NOU: ->The Music of the Hmong People of Laos. A CD with the following: New Year's Songs,
Courtship Instruments, Wedding Songs, Funeral Music and Song of the Refugee.

27534.) MUSIC LAO, ->Brao Hamong and Brao Kanying: Traditional Music of Phouvong District, Attapeu Provice,
Lao PDR. PB:Global Association for People & Environment: Pakse, Lao PDR, 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of Lao
tribal music. Sound recording and editing by Laurent Jeanneau: Cultural advisors Ian G. Bair and Khampanh
Keovilaysak and photos by Ian Baird. Included with the CD is a descriptive brochure in Lao and English which
describes each of the 27 pieces of music on the CD. Brochure also has color photos of villagers playing their
instruments.
27537.) MUSIC LAO, ->Brao Kavet and Brao Jree: Traditional Music of Phouvoung District, Attapeu Province, Lao
PDR. PB:Global Ass. for People & Environment: Pakse, PDR, 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of Lao tribal music. Sound
recording and editing by Laurent Jeanneau. Cultural advisors Ian G. Baird and Khampanh Keovilaysak. Photos by
Ian G. Baird. Included with the CD is a descriptive brochure in Lao and English which describes each of the 18
pieces of music ion the CD. Brochure also has color photos of villagers playing their instruments.

27538.) MUSIC LAO, ->Traditional Music of Champasak Province, Lao PDR. PB:Global Ass. for People &
Environment: Pakse, PDR, 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of Lao tribal music. Sound recording and editing by Laurent
Jeanneau. Cultural Advisors: Ian G. Baird (Brao, Heuny and Lao), Khampanh Keovilaysak (Brao) and Dot
Laounmuang (Heuny). Included with the CD is a descriptive brochure in Lao and English which describes each of
the 16 pieces of music on the CD. Brochure has color photos of villagers playing their instruments.




27535.) MUSIC LAO, ->Traditional Music of Xekong Province, Lao PDR. PB:Global Association for People &
Environmnet: Pakse, PDR, 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of Lao tribal music. Sound recording and editing by Laurent
Jeanneau. Field Assistant and translation by Sengphouxay Inthavikham, photos by Sengphouxay Inthavikham and
Ian G. Baird. Included with the CD is a descriptive brochure in Lao and English which describes each of the 25
pieces of music on the CD. Brochure also has color photos of villagers playing their instruments.


25561.) NALTY, BERNARD C.: ->The War Against Trucks: Aerial Interdiction in Souther Laos, 1968-1972.
HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 2005. 365 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A history of the
attempt by United States Air Force to interdict traffic on the Ho Chi Minh Trail of Southern Laos.

2032.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1968, DECEMBER: ->The Mekong: River of Terror and Hope. PB:National
Geogrpahic: Washington, DC, 1968. 0 pgs., $4 Wraps, a v/g copy.. Article written by Peter T. White and W. E.
3353.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1980, MAY: ->Thailand: Refuge From Terror and 2. One Family's Odyssey to
American. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 Wraps magazine, a v/g copy. These articles are about the Hmong, the first being
written by W.E. Garrett and the second by John Everingham.


2182.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1987, JUNE: ->Laos Today. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy. Article by Peter
White, photographer Seny Norasingh, a 24 page article.
5893.) NEIS, P.: ->Travels In Upper Laos and Siam with an Account of the Chinese Haw Invasion and PUan
Resistance. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1997. REP. Edition 156 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
An account of the Chinese Haw invasion and the Phuan resistance. Originally published as Voyage dans le Haut
Laos in Le Tour du Monde, Vol. 50, No. 1278-1282, p. 1-80. Translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.


21392.) NGAOSRIVATHANA, Eds. MAYOURY and KENNON BREAZEALE:->Breaking New Ground In Lao History:
Essays On the Seventh to Twentieth Centuries. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2002. 383 pgs., $26.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. There are 10 essays in this collection, most being on Lao history prior to the 20th
century.
30959.) NGAOSRIVATHANA, MAYOURY and PHEUIPHANH: ->The Enduring Sacred Landscape of the Naga.
PB:Mekong Press: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 96 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book sets forth the
cultural traditions of the Mekong Basin and contains 89 fig., a large number being in colour.

6231.) NGAOSYVATHN, MAYOURY and PHEUIPHANH: ->Paths to Conflagration: Fifty Years of Diplomacy and
Warfare In Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, 1778-1828. PB:Southeast Asia Program: New York, 1998. 270 pgs.,
$28.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Written by Lao, it has a strong anti-Thai stance.

27476.) NUO, JOHNNY: ->Ban Chane: A Laos Village. PB:Trafford PUblishing: Victoria, Canada, 2006. 163 pgs.,
$15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is written to give young readers of how children live in a Lao village. Written
by an ex-serviceman who has travelled extensively in Southeast Asia.

2183.) ORR, KENNETH G.: ->The Lao Farmer and the Proposed Artificial Fertilizer Program in Laos. PB:USAID
Memoorandum: Vietiane, 1966. 30 pgs., $2.5 Photocopied reprint of a research memorandum written by Chief of
Research & Evaluation Office, USAID/Laos.

4576.) OVESEN, JAN: ->Anthropological Reconnaissance In Central Laos. PB:Uppsala Research Reports in
Cultural Anth.: Stockholm, 1993. 88 pgs., $21.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A survey of local communities in a

4074.) PARKER, Jr. JAMES E.: ->Codename Mule: Fighting the Secret War in Laos for the CIA. PB:St. Martin's
Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 235 pgs., $6 Wraps a mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a CIA officer who
went to Laos in late 1971 as the North Vietnamese geared up for another dry season offensive. The paperback
edition is titled 'Covert Ops: The CIA's Secret War In Laos.

31414.) PAUL, DELIA: ->The Living Mekong. HC:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, 2009. 1ST Edition 143 pgs., $25 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. This is much more than an excellent photo book as it illustrates how the Mekong's seasonal
rise and fall shapes daily life for the people who live on and around it. It does contain large number of color
photographs that show sites rarely seen by the public. Photography is by Joe Garrison.

5744.) PAVIE, AUGUSTE: ->Au Royaume Du Million D'Elephants: Exploration Du Laos Et Du Tonkin, 1887-1895.
PB:Editions L'Harmattan: Paris, 1995. 377 pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

20454.) PERIPLUS TRAVEL MAPS: ->Laos. PB:P. T. Java Books: Jakaaaarta, Indonesia, 2001. 0 pgs., $7.95 A
mint copy. Map scale is 1: 2 000 000. Included are city maps of Vientiane, Pakse/ Wat Phu, Luang Prabang, and

26046.) PFEIFER, Ed. MARK E.: ->Hmong Studies Journal, Volume 4, 2003-2004. PB:Hmong Stuides Journal: St.
Paul, MN, 2004. 138 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

26047.) PFEIFER, Ed. MARK: ->Hmong Studies Journal, Volume 5, 2004-2005. PB:Hmong Stuides Journal: St.
Paul, MN, 2005. 165 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.

4595.) PHAM, CHI DO: ->Economic Development In Laos P.D.R.: Horizon 2000. PB:Lao People's Democractic
Republic: Vientiane, 1994. 322 pgs., $32.5 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. The editor of this work was the
Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund in the Lao Peoples Democratic Republic at the time of
this publication.
29306.) PHOLSENA, VATTHANA and RUTH BANOMYONG: ->Laos: From Buffer State to Crossroads. Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. The authors investigate the role Laos has played as a buffer state during the Indochina Wars to its
current role in the Mekong regional development. They discuss as to how this latter role is affecting the Lao
people, tis economy and its culture.


26195.) PHOLSENA, VATTHANA: ->Post-War Laos: The Politics of Culture, History, and Identity. PB:Cornell
University Press: Ithaca, NY, 2006. 1st Edition 255 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study of the difficulty
in the making of a multiethnic nation in Post-War Laos. She brings out the difficulty in which the leaders of the Lao
People's Democratic Republic are still searching for a unifying national identity. A well researched book and the
author has had the contacts within Laos to add to this study.
31411.) PHRAXAYAVONG, VILIAM: ->History of AID to Laos: Motivatons and Impacts. PB:Mekong Press: Chiang
Mai, 2009. 1ST Edition 322 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author traces foreign to Laos beginning with the
French, then followed by the Americans and then followed by the communist bloc nations. Hethen covers asistance
to Laos throughh the ninties provided by many different countries. Author served as director of international
economic cooperation in the Royal Lao Government's Ministry of Economic Planning and Cooperaton from 1964 to
1975. He received his PhD from the University of Sydney and he is currently an associate of the Australian Mekong
Resourse Centre. Book contains an extensive bibliography.

25765.) POOLE, WALTER S.: ->The History of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1961-1964, Chapter 9: The Laotian
Precipice. PB:Historical Division Joint Secretariat: Washington, DC, n.d.. 79 pgs., $13.5 Wraps photocopied
reprint. This chapter is taken from Volume VII, 1961-1964, Part II titled Succession of Crises by Walter S. Poole. It is
an excellent account on events in Laos during this period and the role of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in these events..

4536.) QUINCY, KEITH: ->Hmong: History of a People. PB:Easten Washingotn University Press: Cheney, WA, 1995.
2nd Edition 244 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author is a Professor of Government at Eastern

4133.) RAND STUDIES, LANGER, PAUL F.: ->Laos: Preparing for a Settlement in Vietnam. PB:Rand Corporation:
Santa Monica, CA, 1969. 12 pgs., $1.5 Wraps monograph, a photocopied reprint..

3365.) RAND STUDIES, PAUL F. LANGER: ->Comments On Bernard Fall's 'The Pathet Lao: A 'Liberation' Party.
PB:: Santa Monica, Ca., 1968. 6 pgs., $1 A photocopied reprint.

2190.) RAND STUDIES: HALPERN, A. M. and and H. B. FREDMAN:->Communist Strategy In Laos. PB:Rand
Corporation: Santa Monica, Ca., 1960. 162 pgs., $20 Wraps monograph, mint as purchased new.

2192.) RAND STUDIES: LANGER, PAUL F.: ->Education In the Communist Zone of Laos. PB:Rand Corporation:
Santa Monica, Ca., 1971. 39 pgs., $4 Wraps, a photocopied reprint.

4132.) RAND STUDIES: LANGER, PAUL F.: ->Laos: Search for Peace in the Midst of War. PB:Rand Corporation:
Santa Monica, CA, 1967. 16 pgs., $1.5 Wraps monograph, a photopiced reprint.
4071.) RANTALA, JUDY AUSTIN: ->Laos Caught in the Web: The Vietnam War Years PB:Orchid Press: Bangkok,
2004. REP. Edition 229 pgs., $18.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Account by the wife of a USAID contract worker
who went to Laos in 1971 and stayed there until the takeover in 1975. She tells in her account of a friendship of two
Lao who went to a re-education camp, then later came to America. An excellent personal account of this period.


25716.) RAPIN, AMI-JAQUES: ->Guerillas, Guerres Secretes Et Covert Operations Au Laos: Essai Historiographique.
PB:CERIA: Lausanne, Switzerland, 1998. 35 pgs., $6 Wraps monograph, a very fine copy. Monograph published
by Centre D'Etudes Et De Recherches Interdisciplinaires Sur L'Asie.

33709.) RENAUD, JEAN with PIERRE DELONCLE: ->Laos in the 1920s: The Gods, Monks and Mountains of Laos.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. REP. Edition 124 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is based on the
travels of novelest Jean Renaud in the company of Albert Sarraut, another scholar of Laos and Indochina. Book has
76 black and white illustratons and also includes an assessment by staunch colonialist Pierre Deloncle. Of
development work already undertaken and challenges for the future. Translated with an introduction by Walter E. J.
Tips.
2194.) ROBBINS, CHRISTOPHER: ->Air America. PB:Asia Books: Bangkok, REP. Edition 368 pgs., $22.5 Wraps
trade size ed., this is a reprint of the 4th edition by Robbins. An early account of Air America operations in Laos.

2195.) ROBBINS, CHRISTOPHER: ->The Ravens. HC:Edgar Allen Poe Literary Society: Piano, TX, 1995. 2nd
Edition 420 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Account of Forward Air Controllers who worked in Laos.

30664.) RODDY, JR. RAY: ->Circles In the Sky: The Secret War in Southeast Asia~A Command and Control
Perspective.- PB:Infinity Publishing Co.: West Conshohocken, Pa, 2009. 1ST Edition 508 pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. This book details the air war in Laos along the Ho Chi Minh, the Plain of Jars and the limesotne
karsts of Laos.
2198.) ROFFE, G.E.: ->Laos: A Personal History of a Troubled Land. PB:: , . 5 pgs., $0.5 Photocopied reprint.
Article appeared in alumni newsletter of McMaster University where author recounts significant events in Laos during
his time as a missionary from 1928 to 1975. He recalls the Kelley-Roosevelt Expedition in 1929.

33975.) ROUX, HENRI: ->The Akha and Phu Noi Minorities of Laos in the 1920s. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2011. REP. Edition 180 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book was the original work of a French military
administrator, of the area around PhongSaly, then the Fifth Military Territory in northern Laos. Books contains 23
photographs and 19 figures.
2199.) SANANIKONE, OUN, Tranlated by JOHN B. MURDOCH and 3264:->Lao Issara: The Memoirs of Oun
Sananikone. PB:Cornell Univ. Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, Ca., 1975. REP. Edition 60 pgs., $12.5 A wraps
photocopied reprint edition in softcard cover done with the permission of Cornell Southeast Asia Program
Publications. Edited and with an introduction by David K. Wyatt.
21828.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Ethnic Groups of Laos, Volume 1, Introduction and Overview. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bankgok, 2003. 181 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work contains reports of early French
encounters with ethnic groups as well as more recent studies by professional anthropologists and linguists. The
development of national classifications of ethnic groups by the Lao government is presented up to the latest census
of 1995. There are 169 color illustrations.



26310.) SCHRAMA, ILSE and BIRGIT: ->Buddhist Temple Life in Laos: Wat Sok Pa Luang. HC:Orchid Press:
Bangkok, 2006. 1st Edition 122 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a laminated cover. The book provides an intimate
glimpse into the day-to-day lives of the monks, novices and nuns of Wat Sok Pa Luang. Excellent photos.

2203.) SEAGRAVE, STERLING: ->Yellow Rain: A Journey Through the Terror of Chemical Warfare. HC:M. Evans &
Co.: New York, 1981. BC Edition 316 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author deals with the overall issue of
chemical warfare but he does devote attention to Laos. He concludes that chemical warfare was waged against the
Hmong.
2204.) SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS REPORT to PARLIAMENT:->International Conference on the
Settlement of the Laotian Question: Geneva, 5/12/61--7/23/62. PB:Her Majesty's Statinery Office: London, 1962.
24 pgs., $3 Wraps photocopied reprint in softcard cover.

24775.) SHACKLEY, TED: ->Spymaster: My Life in the CIA. HC:Potomac Books: Dulles, VA, 2005. 1st Edition 308
pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. There are 127 pages devoted to the time he served in Laos as Station Chief.

4140.) SHEA, PEGI DEITZ: ->Whispering Cloth: A Refugee's Story. HC:Boyds Mills Press: Honesdale, PA, 1995. 5th
Edition 32 pgs., $18.95 A mint library bound copy. A beautifully illustrated book showing the original pa'ndau
stitched for this book in order to tell the story of Mai a refugee girl. Illustrated by Anita Riggio and stitched by You
Yang.
26039.) SHEA, PEGI DIETZ: ->Tangled Threads: A Hmong Girl's Story. HC:Clarion Books: New York, 2003. 3rd
Edition 236 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A story of a refugee girl's adjustment to life in the United States.

31903.) SHOSUKE, TAKEUCHI: ->Laos As Battlefield. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of photographs
taken by Takeuchi Shosuke, a photo-journalists, who stayed in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam from 1973-1982He
documented the fall of Vientiane in 1975. The photo of former Royal Lao Generals waiting to be send to a
reeducation camp is captures the illusions that existed after the fall of Vientiane.. His photo of King Sisavang
Vattana and the queen attending the That Luang Pagoda in November of 1975 is priceless along with photos of
General Singkapo and General Kong Le after the war. He also includes many photos of the Hmong in America,
including that of General Van Pao..

7710.) SIMMS, PETER and SANDA: ->The Kingdoms of Laos: Six Hundred Years of History. PB:Curzon Press:
Surry, UK, 2001. 240 pgs., $59.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A general history of Laos up to its becoming a
French Protectorate, dealing with the four kingdoms of Laos. A must background book for anyone wanting to
understand Laos.
9202.) SISOUPHANTHONG, BOUNTHAVY and CHRISTIAN TAILLARD: ->Atlas of Laos: Spatial Structures of the
Economic and Social Development of the Lao People's Democratic Republic. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai,
2000. 160 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This atlas provides an image of the Laos 20 years after the
founding of Lao PDR. It measures the Lao PDR's degree of integration, evaluates its resources and potential, and
highlights its spatial structures and dynamics.
2206.) SMALLEY, WILLIAM A., CHIA KOUA VANG and GNIA YEE YANG: MITT MOUA, Project Translator:->Mother
of Writing: The Origin and Development of a Hmong Messianic Script. PB:University of Chicago Press: Chicago,
1990. 221 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An account of Shong Lue Yang who was a Hmong religious
charismatic leader who claimed to have been given the mission to develope a Hmong alphabet. He was assassinatd
by Vang Pao's troops in 1971.
2228.) SMUCKARN, SNIT and KENNON BREAZEALE:->A Culture In Search of Survival: The Phuan of Thailand and
Laos. PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, Ct., 1988. 279 pgs., $18.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint

7335.) SMYTH, H. WARINGTON: ->Exploring for Gemstones on the Upper Mekong-Northern Siam and Parts of Laos
in the Years 1892-1893.. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 109 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a
fine copy. Book is Smyth's account of a six-month journey from Bangkok to Luang Prabang and back thourgh Nong
Khai and Korat. Book has an introduction by Walter Tips and was orginally published in 1895 as Notes of a
Jouurney on the Upper Mekong , Siam by John Murray for the Royal Geographical Society, London.

25725.) SOUTHEAST ASIA CHRONCILE ISSUE NO. 91: ->Laos: A Long Walk Forward. PB:Southeast Asia
Resource Center: Berkeley, CA, . 1983 Edition 28 pgs., $2.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a v/g copy. Article written by
Jacqui Chagnon. Included also in this issue is a short article titled Religon in Socialist Laos by Linda and Titus
Peachey, two staff members of Mennonite Central Committee.

31778.) SOUTHEAST ASIA CHRONICLE, ->Laos Recovers from America's War. Wraps, a photocopied reprint of
the report, a fine copy.

25722.) SOUTHEAST ASIA CHRONICLE, ISSUE NO. 90: ->The Riddle of Yellow Rain. PB:Southeast Asia
Resource Center: Berkeley, CA, 1983. 28 pgs., $3.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. Article argues that the
more investigaton will be required before the know the truth about yellow rain. Authors Chagon and Rumpf went to
Laos to investigate the charges of chemical weapons used against the Hmong resistance.


25969.) STATE DEPARTMENT REPORT: ->The Laos Story: The Problem for U. S. Foreign Policy. PB:U.S.
STATE DEPARTMENT: Washington, DC, 1962. 81 pgs., $7.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. An account
of events in Laos from 1954 to 1962 and American involvment and policy in Laos during this period.

2232.) STRONG, ANNA LOUISE: ->Cash and Violence in Laos and Vietnam. PB:Mainstream Publishers: New York,
1962. 1st Edition 127 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

2233.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN and MARY KOOYMAN:->Historical Dictionary of Laos. HC:Scarecrow Press:
Metuchen, N.J., 2001. 2nd Edition 526 pgs., $75 Mint as purchased new. This is part of the Asian Historical
32105.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN AND SOMANOUK MIXAY: ->Festivals of Laos. PB:Silkworm Books: Bangkok,
2010. 1ST Edition 92 pgs., $26.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book explores the most important festivals of Laos.



4575.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN: ->Buddhist Kingdom, Marxist State-The Making of Modern Laos. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 1995. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

6783.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN: ->The Lao Kingdom of Lan Xang: Rise and Decline. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 1998. 234 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book provides a narrative account of the Lao
kingdom that flourished in the middle Mekong region between the 14th and 18th centuries.

9406.) SULAVAN, KHAMLUAN, THONGPHETH KINGSADA, & NANCY A. COSTELLO:->Aspects of Katu Traditional
Medicine. PB:Institute of Research on Lao Culture: Vientiane, 1995. 1st Edition 534 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a
v/g plus copy. A study of the Katu tribal group that live in Southern Laos. Book is printed in Lao, Katu, and Englsih.

23582.) TANABE, Eds. SHIGEHARU and CHARLES F. KEYES:->Cultural Crisis and Social Memory: Modernity and
Identity in Thailand and Laos. HC:Univerisyt of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2002. 312 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a
mint d/j. The book deals with social memory in the mileu of cultural crises of modernity in Thailand and Laos.

24292.) TAPP, Eds. NICHOLAS and GARY YIA LEE: ->The Hmong of Australia: Culture and Diaspora.
PB:Unvieristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2004. 1st Edition 217 pgs., $28 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An
interdisciplinary collection of essays that deal with Hmong music and textiles, gender and language, their social
adaptation and their global diaspora.
9684.) TECK, FOO CHECK: ->Laos: 'No Cola, Pepsi Only.' PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 1st Edition 107
pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A view of Laos today as seen by a Singaporean visiting Vientiane to conduct
a seminar on finance at the Ecole Nationale de Politique.

6160.) THAN, MYA: ->Laos' Dilemmas And Options: The Challenge of Economic Transition in the 1990s. HC:St.
Martin's Press: New York, 1997. 319 pgs., $49.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The authors of this title are with the
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.

2238.) THEE, MAREK: ->Notes of a Witness: Laos and the Second Indochinese War. HC:Random House: , 1973.
2nd Edition 435 pgs., $12.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author's account of events in Laos during 1961-62
while he was the Polish member of the ICC at the time.

30802.) TOMECKO, DENISE: ->Buddhist Healing in Laos: Plants of the Fragrant Forest. PB:Orchid Press: Bangkok,
2009. 1ST Edition 124 pgs., $28 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An well illustrated book that shows the age-old
secrets of physical healing and spiritual renewal as administered in the Buddhist monasteries in Laos.

31762.) U.S. ARMY MILITARY HISTORY INSTITUTE ORAL HISTORY, ->John A. Heintages Oral History. Wraps
photocoped reprint in a spiral bound soft cover, a fine copy. General Heintges served in Laos and headed up the
Program Evaluations Office, as a civilian starting in 1959 until his cover was blown by a New York Times reporter in
1961.

31763.) U.S. ARMY MILITARY HISTORY SENIOR ORAL HISTORY PROGRM, ->General Andrew J. Boyle Oral
History. Wraps photocpied reprint in a softcard spiral bound cover, a fine copy. General Boyle headed up the
MAAG Program in Laos who replaced General Heinges in December of 1960 and left in 1962.. .

2241.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->RLG Military Operations and Activities in the Laotian Panhandle. PB:Center
of Military History: Washington, D.C., 1981. REP. Edition 120 pgs., $15 Photocopied reprint in softcard cover. Written
2242.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->The Royal Lao Army and U.S. Army Advice and Support. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1984. 182 pgs., $17.5 Photocopied reprint in softcard cover. Written by General

31658.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORT, ->U.S. Economic Assistance For Laos-Stabilization
Programs. Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a report made made by the House Committee On Government Operations.

2245.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ->Mutual Security Program In Laos. PB:Goverment Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1958. 78 pgs., $10 A photocopied reprint. Hearings on AID programs in Laos during the early

2246.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERMMENT OPERATIONS: ->U.S. Aid
Operations In Laos. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1959. 51 pgs., $6.5 Wraps, a fine
photocopied reprint. This was a critical report of AID operations during the early years of US involvement in Laos
from 197-1959.
31633.) U.S. SENATE, ->Problems of War Victims In Indochina, Part II: Cambodia and Laos. Wraps photocopied
reprint, a fine copy. Hearings were held on May 9th, 1972 by the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected
with Refugees and Escapees of the Committee On the Judiciary. Senator Kenney played a leading role in this
hearing.
31636.) U.S. SENATE, ->War-Related Civilian Problems in Indochina, Part II: Laos and Cambodia. Wraps, a
photcopied reprint. Hearing were held by the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connectd with Refugees and
Escapees of the Committee On the Judiciary. They were held on April 21 and 22nd of 1971. This report has two
Appendices that offer documentation of the plight of the Hmong in Laos, both media accounts and those of Fred
Branfman.
31634.) U.S. SENATE, ->World Refugee and Humanitarian Problems. Wraps, a v/g copy. One chapter of this
report, 30 pages, is devoted to Laos and the Hmong on the Plain de Jarres. Hearing was held on July 22, 1971 by
the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees of the Senate Judiciary
Committee. Senator Kennedy played a leading role in this hearing.


2247.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Laos: April, 1971. PB:Goverment Printing
Office: Washington, D.C., 1971. 23 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a clear photocopied reprint. No postage if ordered with
another book. This is a staff report prepared for use of the Subcommittee on U.S. Security Agreements and
Commitments Abroad.



2249.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->United States Security Agreements and
Commitments Abroad, Kingdom of Laos: Hearings Part II. PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1970.
241 pgs., $22.5 Photocopied reprint in a bound softcard cover. This part covers hearings held on Laos from October
20th through October 23rd, 1969. Ambassador Sullivan testified at these hearings along with Colonels Duskin,
Russell and Tyrrell.
20098.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->United States Security Agreements and
Commitments Abroad, Part II, Kingdom of Laos. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 242 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The hearings were held on October 20th and 21st of 1969 and were released
to the public on April 3rd, 1970. The hearings on the Octobe 28th were not released for security reasons.
Ambassador Sullivan and Colonels Duskin, Russell and Tyrell testified at these hearings.

2698.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: A STAFF REPORT. ->Thailand, Laos, Cambodia
and Vietnam: April 1973. HC:: , . 0 pgs., $4 PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1973. 47 pgs., $5.5
Wraps, a clear photocopied reprint. No postage if ordered with another book. Report was prepared for use by the
Subcommittee on U.S. Security Agreements and Commitments Abroad.

2248.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: A STAFF REPORT: ->Thailand, Laos, and
Cambodia: January 1972. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1972. 39 pgs., $4.5 Wraps, a clear
potocopied reprint. No postage if ordered with another book. Report prepared for the use by Subcommitte on U.S.
Security Agreements and Commitments Abroad.
7353.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Problems of War Victims in Indochina, Part II: Cambodia
and Laos. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1972. 107 pgs., $12.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a
a fine copy. These hearings were held on May 9, 1972.

2620.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Relief and Rehabilitation of War Victims In Indochina:
Part III: North Vietnam and Laos. PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1973. REP. Edition 137 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade size ed., owner's name on front cover, o/w a v/g copy.. Hearings were held before the subcommittee
to investigate problems connected with refugees and escapees on July 31st, 1973.

2252.) UNITED STATES MISSION TO LAOS: ->Telephone Directory: October 1974. PB:USAID: Vientiane, Laos,
1974. 25 pgs., $1.75 A photocopied reprint.

2253.) USAF HISTORICAL DIVISION: ->United States Air Force Plans and Policies in South Vietnam and Laos in
1964. PB:: , 1964. 104 pgs., $12 A photocopied reprint in softcard cover of a declassified study which contains a
chapter on the beginning of air operations in Laos.

6810.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Operations in Northern Laos: 1 November 1969-1 April 1970.
PB:HQPACAF: Washingotn, DC, 1970. REP. Edition 129 pgs., $20 A photocopied reprint in soft card cover. This
report covers the the use of air power to sustain the Hmong guerrillas within the shadow of the North Vietnam border,
including the lost and recovering of the Plain de Jars by the the North Vietnam forces. Written by Kenneth Sams, J.
Schlight, and John Clark Pratt.
3005.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Operations In Northern Laos: April 1-November 1, 1970.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1971. 42 pgs., $5 Photocopied reprint. Report highlights problems created by numereous agencies
fathering intelligence and directing the air war in northern Laos. Written by Harry D. Blout.

3003.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Operations In Northern Laos: November 1, 1970 to April 1,
1971. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1971. 63 pgs., $6 Photocopied reprint. Report addresses the cyclical nature of the Laotian
air and ground wars caused by changes in the weather. It highlights the April 1971 attacks against major friendly
headquarters. Written by Harry D. Blout and Melvin F. Porter. Thirteen pages remain classified.

6830.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Support of Counterinsurgency in Laos: July 1968-Novermber
1969. PB:HQPACAF: Washington, DC, 1970. REP. Edition 222 pgs., $25 A photocopied reprint in softcard cover.
Written by Kenneth Sams, John C. Pratt,, C. William Throndale and James T. Bear.

3006.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air War In Northern Laos: April 1-November 30th, 1971.
PB:HQ PACAF: , . 113 pgs., $12 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report discusses the command and control
relationships and various political restraints affecting role of USAF air power in supporting Laotian allies. Written by
Richard R. Sexton and William W. Lofgren, Jr., six pages remain classified.


4991.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Barrel Roll 7. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1965. 11 pgs., $1.5
Photocopied reprint. Barrel Roll was an operation initiated in December 1964, in an effort to augment the strike
program of the Royal Laotian Air Force. It was a USAF/USN operation carried out against the lines of
communication and other support facilites for the Pathet Lao and Viet Cong. Prepared by Robert L. MacNaughton.

3109.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Command and Control 1965. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966. 40 pgs.,
$4 A photocopied reprint. This monograph focuses on command and control of the air war in Southeast Asia.
Topics include: reconnaissance and interdiction missions in Laos, direct support for friendly Laotain forces, and overt
air attacks against North Vietnam. Written by Kenneth Sams.

3007.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Lucky Tiger Combat Operations. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1967. 55
pgs., $7.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. The report details the use of A-26 and T-28 aircraft in Barrel Roll
and Steel Tiger areas of Laos in order to interdict enemy lines leading into South Vietnam. Written by Warren A.
Trest, two pages remain classified.
3001.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->MAP Aid to Laos: 1959-1972. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1973. 200
pgs., $17.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Chronicles US Military Assistance Program aid to Laos from its
beginning to the end of FY 1972. Report written by Peter A.W. Liebchen.

2996.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Second Defense of Lima Site 36. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1967. 14
pgs., $1.75 Photocopied reprint. Written by Melvin F. Porter.

2254.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Blovens Campaign: 28 July-28 December, 197l. PB:HQ
PACAF: , 1974. 44 pgs., $7.5 Photocopied reprint in softcard cover of a declassified report on the Blovens

3004.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Defense of Attopeu. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966. 48 pgs., $5
Photocopied reprint. Report covers the role of the AC-47 Spooky gunship played in defending Attopeu in March of
1966. Written by Melvin F. Porter, one page remains classfied.

2255.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Fall of Site 85. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1968. 56 pgs., $12
Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Written by Captain Edward Vallentiny.

3000.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Royal Laotian Air Force: 1954-1970. PB:HQ PACAF: ,
1970. 184 pgs., $16 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Written by John C. Pratt, it is an excellent report as he
covers the political context under which the Lao Air Force developed. The first two pages of this original report and
the introduction remain classified for national security reasons. However, the author has written a new introduction for
this reprint edition.
2983.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Tiger Hound-Continuing Report. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966. 54
pgs., $6 Photocopied reprint. This report documents the development of the TIGER HOUND air interdiction program
in Laos from late 1964 through May 1966. Written by Melvin F. Porter, 5 pages remain classfied.

3002.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->USAF Operations From Thailand: January 1, 1967 to July 1,
1968. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1968. 130 pgs., $15 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report covers US flight
operations in Laos, as to problems of command and control, rules of engagement, and developments in the
application of airpoewer. Written by Edward Vallentiny, sections of 19 pages remain classified.

4990.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Yankee Team. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966. REP. Edition 76 pgs.,
$9.5 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. This is a documentary of the U.S. reconnaissance effort in Laos from
its inception in May 1964 through June 1965. Prepared by Robert L. MacNaughton.


3367.) USAF PROJECT CORONA HARVEST STUDY: ->USAF Operations in Laos: 1 January 1970- 30 June 1971.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1972. 285 pgs., $26 Photocopies reprint in a softcard cover. This study addresses U.S. air
operations in Laos during the 1970-1971 dry season. It documents significant developments in air interdiction
operations and air support of friendly forces during Commando Hunt V and Lam Son 719.

3345.) VAN STAAVEREN, JACOB: ->Interdiction in Southern Laos: 1960-1968. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1994. 360 pgs., $12.5 Wraps, a trade size editon, some wear top and bottom of spine, o/w a v/g

29259.) VANG, CHIA YOUYEE: ->Hmong In Minnesota. PB:Minnestoa Historical Society Press: St. Paul, MN,
2008. 1ST Edition 92 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book conveys the Hmong's struggle to adjust to new
environments, build communities, maintian cultural practics, and make its mark on government politices and
programs.
31915.) VANG, THOMAS S.: ->A History of the Hmong From Ancient Times to the Modern Diaspora.. HC: 2008.
1ST Edition 481 pgs., $59.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An excellent survey of Hmong history.

8443.) WALKER, ANDREW: ->The Legend of the Golden Boat: Regulation, Trade and Traders in the Borderlands of
Laos, Thailand, China and Burma. PB:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1999. 232 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. This study is an account of the lives of the transport operators, traders, entrepreneurs and
government officials who are contributing to the contemporary revival in upper-Mekong cross-border connections.

4078.) WARNER, ROGER: ->Back Fire PB:Steerforth Press: South Royalton, VT, 1996. 436 pgs., $19.95 Wraps, a
trade size ed., a mint copy. Title of wraps trade ed. is Shooting At the Moon. Warner gives a sound history of the war
in Laos from 1960 onward and he tells it through key players during this period. He does not resort to a sensational
or expose style but reports the war and CIAs involvement in a very straightforward style. This book will be a useful
resource to scholars on Laos in years to come because of his careful portrayal of the roles of key players in this war.

4891.) WARNER, ROGER: ->Out of Laos: A Story of War and Exodus, Told in Photographs. PB:Southeast Asia
Community Resource Center: Rancho Cordova, CA., 1996. 4th Edition 260 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Book consists of an outstanding selection of black and white photos drawn from many sources that depict the war in
Laos as experienced by the Hmong and their exodus from Laos. Concise text accompanies these photos.

3171.) WING, ROSWELL B. et al: ->Case Study of US Counterinsurgency Operations in Laos, 1955-1962.
PB:Research Analysis Corporation: McLean, Va., 1964. 507 pgs., $35 Photocopied reprint in a spiral bound cover.
The main body of the study is a general summary of four separate areas of investigation which are as follows: 1.
PEO-MAAG Operations, Laos: 1959-1962, 2. Special Forces Operations in Laos, 1959-1962, 3. Military Operations
in Laos, 1959-1962 and 4. US Nonmilitary Counterinsurgency Operations in Laos, 1955-1962. In addition, there is a
historical summary of US assistance to Laos, 1950-1962. Authors draw upon former Ambassadors of Laos, heads of
military assistance programs in Laos, after action reports of White Star etc., a very definitive study drawing upon a
massive amount of original source material.

9205.) XAYAVONG, DAOVONE: ->Taste of Laos. PB:SLG Books: Berkeley, 2000. 1st Edition 135 pgs., $15 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. This cookbook provides over 100 recipes that give a representative cross section of Lao
dishes. Author operates a restaurant in Berkeley, serving Lao and Thai food. Contains photos and a glossary.

31913.) XIONG, YUEPHENG L.: ->English-Hmong/Hmong-English Dictionary. PB:Hmongland Publishing: St. Paul,
MN., 2010. 2nd Edition 508 pgs., $32.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Dictionary provides a guide of more than
40,000 English words translated into Hmong and over 15,000 Hmong words translated into English.

2264.) ZICKGRAF, RALPH: ->Laos. A mint copy in a laminated cover. Written for Junior High students and it is
part of the Major World Nations series. Text accurate and excellent photos.


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