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27073.) ->Asian Survey, January 1998, Volume 38, No. 1. PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, 1998. 106
pgs., $2.5 Wraps a fine copy.

27070.) ->Asian Survey, January 1975, Volume XV, No. 1. PB:Univeristy of California Press: Berkley, 1975. 84
pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy.

27071.) ->Asian Survey, January 1994, Volume 34, No. 1. PB:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley, 1994. 109
pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.

27072.) ->Asian Survey, January 1995, Volume 35, No. 1. PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, 1995. 125
pgs., $2.5 Wraps a fine copy.

27420.) ->Journal of Asian Studies, November 2006, Volume 65, No. 4. PB:Association of Asian Studies: Ann
Arbor, MI, 2006. 0 pgs., $2.5 Wraps magazine, a mint copy.

25314.) ->Oriental Art, Volume LX, No. 1 Spring 1993/94. PB:Oriental Art Magazine Ltd.: London, 1993. 77
pgs., $6 Wraps magazine, a v/g copy. Contains an article on the cultural heritage as the Nationa Museum of
Cambodia and another on the James and Elaine Connell Collection of Thai ceramics.

26646.) ->Pacific Affairs, Fall 2003, Volume 76, No. 3. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2003. 178 pgs., $2.5
Wraps journal, a fine copy.

26643.) ->Pacific Affairs, Fall 2004, Volume 77, No. 3. PB:Univeristy of British Columbia: , 2004. 226 pgs., $2.5
Wraps journal, a fine copy.

26648.) ->Pacific Affairs, Spring 2003, Volume 76, No. 1. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2003. 176 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps journal, a fine copy.

27065.) ->Pacific Affairs, Spring 2004, Volume 77, No. 1. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2004. 164 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

26640.) ->Pacific Affairs, Spring 2005, Volume 78, No. 1. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2005. 181 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps trade journal, a fine copy.

26647.) ->Pacific Affairs, Summer 2003, Volume 76, No. 2. PB:Unviersity of British Columbia: , 2003. 159 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps journal, a fine copy.
26641.) ->Pacific Affairs, Winter 2002-2003, Volume 75, No. 4. PB:Unvieristy of British Columbia: , 2003. 170
pgs., $2.5 Wraps journal, a fine copy.

26645.) ->Pacific Affairs, Winter 2003-2004, Volume 76, No. 3. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2004. 198
pgs., $2.5 Wraps journal, a fine copy.

22939.) ABINALES, Ed. PATRICIO N.: ->The Revoluiton Falters: The Left in Philllippine Politics After 1986.
PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Cornell, IL, 1996. 182 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

3188.) ADAMS, JOEY: ->On the Road for Uncle Sam: The Bittersweet Adventures of an American Vaudeville
Troupe in Southeast Asia. HC:Berrnard Geis Associates: New York, 1963. 1st Edition 311 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. An account of a State Department sponsored vaudeville tour in 1961, a real period peace as to how the
country felt toward countering Soviet propaganda in the key areas of Southeast Asia. They visited Iran, Kabul,
Nepal, India, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Singapore, Java and Hong Kong. The visit to Laos
and account of Prince Boun Oum hosting the troupe is a classic and as the troupe arrived, Boun Oum had been
ousted as Prime Minister.

29183.) ADAMS, WILLIAM H. D.: ->In the Far East: A Narrative of Exploration and Adventure in Cochin-China,
Cambodia, Laos and Siam. A reprint edition with 28 illustrations. Some of the illustrations are of poor
reproduction quality, incluiding some pages because of the originals from which they were reproduced, o/w a very
fine copy in a laminated cover. Adams drew upon accounts of the French explorers in Indochina.

21386.) AGUILAR, Jr. FILOMENO V.: ->Clash of Spirits: The History of Power and Sugar Planter Hegemony on a
Visayan Island. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1998. 313 pgs., $2.95 A fine copy.

8260.) AINSWORTH, LEOPOLD: ->A Merchant Venturer Among the Sea Gipsies PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2000. REP. Edition 279 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Written by businessman studying the lower Burma
area for its economic potential in 1930. Good description of the Moken nomads of that period. Contains 16 black
and white photos. are
30606.) AKIMICHI, Ed. TOMOYA: ->An Illustrated Eco-History of the Mekong River Basin. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 179 pgs., $69.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a broad ranging study of the
interaction transforming people's livelihoods and their environment in this rapidly-developing and diverse Mekong
River Basin. Illustrated with 440 color plates. Editor is Professor and Deputy Director-General of the Research
Institute for Humanityand Nature, Kyoto, Japan.
21459.) AKSLAND, MARKUS: ->The Sacred Footprint: A Cultural History of Adam's Peak. PB:Orchid Press:
Bangkok, 2001. 192 pgs., $20.95 A durable flexible cover for carrying by travellers, a mint copy. This book
examines the Sinhala pilgrimage tradition both from Sinhala and non-Sinhala sources, and explains the cult of
Saman, the white elephant, and its relation to Adam's Peak. Author also provides a detailed description of the route
and his own experience. Contains 27 color plates, 14 black and white plates and 3 maps.



24492.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY AREA STUDIES PROGRAM: ->Area Handbook for the Philippines.
HC:government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1976. 2nd Edition 458 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. Prepared by Nena

28520.) AMMARELL, GENE: ->Burgis Navigation. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An ethnographic study of the
navigational knowledge and practices of a group of Burgis seafarers who reside in an island village located in the
Flores Sea, located midway between South Sulawest and Sumbawa in Indonesia. Book has a packet of four
navigational charts.
3813.) ANONYMOUS: ->The French in Indo-China With a Narrative of Garnier's Explorations in Cochinchina,
Annam and Tonkin. PB:White Lotus, Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. REP. Edition 142 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine
copy. An account of the exploration of Indo-China based on first-hand sources, such as Henri Mouhot, Lt. Francis
Garniers and Dr. Morice. Book is profusely illustrated with period engravings. Preface by Dean Myers.

29981.) AOYAGI, KENJI: ->Mekong: The Last River. HC:Cadence Books: San Francisco, CA, 1995. 1ST Edition 142
pgs., $15 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

2363.) ARMY TIMES EDITORS: ->American Heroes of Asian Wars. HC:Dodd, Mead & Co.: New York, 1968. 128
pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Book consists of 9 chapter, 5 on Korea and 4 on Vietnam. Sixteen photos,
including aerial view of the wreckage of Dengler's plane on the Ho Chi Minh trail, subject of one the chapters.

2364.) ARTS OF ASIA: JANUARY-FEBRUARY 86: -> PB:: , . 144 pgs., $5 A fine copy. There are no articles
pertaining specifically to Southeast Asia in this issue.

32010.) ASIAN SURVEY, ->Asian Survery, January 1994, Volume XXXIV, No. 1. Wraps, a fine copy.

32009.) ASIAN SURVEY, ->Asian Survery, January 1995, Volume XXXV, No. 1. Wraps, a fine copy.

32011.) ASIAN SURVEY, ->Asian Survey, January 1998, Volume XXXVIII, No. 1. Wraps, a v/g plus copy.

31987.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Jounral of Asian Studies, May 2003, Volume 62, No. 2.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31991.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, August 2005, Volume 64, No. 3.
31992.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, August 2007, Volume 66, No. 2.
PB:Cambridge University Prss: New York, 2007 Edition 0 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.

31996.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, August 2008, Volume 67, No. 3.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31997.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, August 2009, Volume 68, No. 3.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31986.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, February 2003, Volume 62, No. 1.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31994.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, February 2008, Volume 67, No. 1.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31998.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, February 2010, Volume 69, No. 1.
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

31989.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, May 2005, Volume 64, No. 2.

31988.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, November 2003, Volume 62, No. 4.
Wraps trade size ed., a fine copy.

31993.) ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES, ->The Journal of Asian Studies, November 2007, Volume 66, No. 4.
Wrpas trade ed., a fine copy.

20414.) ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION and DISARMAMENT:->The Asian Revolution and
Australia. PB:Times Press: Chippendale, NSW, 1969. 189 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., some scrapes on
backcover, o/w a v/g copy. A collection of essays. contributors include Max Teichmann, tran Van Dinh, J. F. Cairns,
Wilfred Burchett, C. P. Fitzgerald, et. al..
25456.) ATKINSON, JANE MONNIG: ->The Art and Politics of Wana Shamanship. PB:University of California
Press: Berkeley, CA, 1989. 1st Edition 357 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.
31107.) BACUS, Eds. ELIZABETH A., IAN C.GLOVER, and PETER D. SHARROCK: ->Interpreting Southeast Asia's
Past: Monuments, Image and Text. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book contains 31 papers read at the 10th
Internaitonal Coference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists.


8050.) BASTIN, JOHN & HARRY J. BENDA: ->A History of Modern Southeast Asia. PB:Prentice-Hall, Inc.:
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1968. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
2222.) BAUDESSON, HENRY: ->Indo-China and Its Primitive People. PB:White Lotus: Bangkok, 1997. REP.
Edition 232 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Work is the author's observations of the Moi and Chams
peoples during preliminary surveys that preceded the construction of Trans-Indo-Chinese railway, 49 photos and
bibliography. This reprint edition has an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.


26259.) BAYLY, CHRISTOPHER & TIM HARPER: ->Forgotten Armies: The Fall of British Asia, 1941-1945.
HC:Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, 2005. 1st Edition 555 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An
excellent history of the rapid fall of British forces in Southeast Asia during World War II..

7161.) BEEBE, WILLIAM: ->Pheasant Jungles. HC:G.P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1927. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $12
Ex-library, a v/g copy. Account of the author's travels to Ceylon, Sikhim, Garhwal, Burma, Tibet, Yunnan, Pahand
and Borneo while gathering material for a monograph on a pheasants. He was Director of Tropical Research of the
New York Zoological Society. Book has 60 illustrations.
2226.) BLACK, EUGENE R.: Foreward by LYNDON B. JOHNSON:->Alternative in Southeast Asia. HC:Frederick A.
Praeger, Inc.: New York, 1969. 180 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

4095.) BONE, ROBERT C.: ->Contemporary Southeast Asia. PB:Random House: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 132
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g copy. Provides a good historical background on Southeast Asia.

27493.) BOOTH, Eds. ANNE, W. J. O'MALLEY, and ANNA WEIDEMANN:->Indonesian Economic History in the Dutch
Colonial Era. PB:Yale Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1990. 367 pgs., $19 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. A collection of 15 essays providing a well-integrated, thoroughy documented survey of Indonesian economic
development in the final centruy of Dutch colonial rule.

30237.) BOUWSEMA-RAAP, WIHELMINA: ->The Great Mosque of Banda Aceh: Its History, Architecture and
Relationship to the Development of Islam in Sumatra. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 105 pgs.,
$29.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.. Richly illustrated, containing 29 color plates and 35 figures.

23431.) BOWEN, JOHN R.: ->Sumatran Politics and Poetics: Gayo history, 1900-1989. HC:Yale University Press: ,
1991. 1st Edition 298 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

32887.) BOYCE, JAMES K.: ->The Philippines: The Political Economy of Growth and Impoverishment in the Marcos
Era. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

8179.) BRANDON, JAMES R.: ->Brandon's Guide to Theater in Asia. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI,
1976. 178 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

3527.) BRANDON, JAMES R.: ->Theatre in Southeast Asia. PB:Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, 1974.
2nd Edition 370 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author reviews the contemporary theatre in Southeast Asia
as to its origin, its art, its role as a social institution, and its function as a medium of communication and
propaganda. Contains 73 photos.
21417.) BRANDS, H. W.: ->Bound to Empire: The United States and the Philippines. HC:Oxford University Press:
New York, 1992. 1st Edition 384 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This history begins with the Spainish-
American War till the fall of Ferdinand Marcos.

5051.) BRESNAN, JOHN: ->From Dominoes to Dynamos: The Transformation of Southeast Asia. PB:Council On
Foreigh Relations Press: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 115 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. In this book, the
author details the steps the United States should take to define a new role in Southeast Asia.

2380.) BRITISH SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS:->Documents Relating To British Involvement In
the Indo-China Conflict: 1945-1965. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office: London, 1965. 268 pgs., $25

2381.) BRODINE, Eds. VIRGINIA and MARK SELDEN:->Open Secret: The Kissinger-Nixon Doctrine in Asia.
PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1972. 218 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Contains an introduction by

23919.) BROEK, RUTH: ->Indochina. PB:Nelson Doubleday: Garden City, NY, 1960. 64 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g
copy. Booklet is prepared with the cooperation of the American Geographical Society. Richly illustrated with photos

28241.) BROOKE, MARGARET: ->My Life in Sarawak. PB:Oxford University Press: Malaysia, 2005. Rep. Edition
320 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Author was consort to the second white rajah, Charles Brooke, who
arrived in Sarawak in the early 1870s who went about to learn about the country upon her arrival.

25599.) BROWN, PAULA: ->Beyond A Mountain Valley: the Sinbu of Papua New Guinea. HC:University of Hawaii
Press: Honolulu, HI, 1995. 1st Edition 296 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

24183.) BROWN, ROXANNA M.: ->The Ceramics of South-East Asia. PB:Art Media Resources: Chicago, IL, 2000.
2nd Edition 239 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains 50 pages of color plates and 59 pages of black
and white photographs with detailed captions.

8354.) BUELL, HAL: ->Main Streets of Southeast Asia. HC:Dodd Mead & Co.: New York, 1962. 126 pgs., $7.5 Ex-
library in library binding, last six pages have slight effects from water damage, o/w a v/g copy. A travel picutre book

2394.) BURLING, ROBBINS: ->Hill Farms and Padi Fields: Life in Mainland Southeast Asia. PB:Arizona State
University: Tempe, AZ, 1992. REP. Edition 168 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

2395.) BUTWELL, RICHARD: ->Southeast Asia Today--and Tomorrow: Problems of Political Development.
HC:Praeger Publishers, Inc.: New York, 1969. 2nd Edition 245 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, markings spine, inside covers
& enpapers, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Hardcopy is a fully revised edition, book first
published in 1964.
3197.) CADY, JOHN F.: ->Southeast Asia: Its Historical Development. HC:McGraw-Hill Book Co.: New York, 1964.
657 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This work covers the history of the peoples of Southeast Asia from the early
centuries A.D. to the end of World War II.

22417.) CAPISTRANO-BAKER, FLORINA H.: ->Art of Island Southeast Asia: The Fred and Rita Richman Collection
in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. HC:Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York, 1994. 155 pgs., $29.5 A mint copy

7260.) CARAWAY, CAREN: ->Southeast Asian Textile Designs. PB:Stemmer House: Owens Mils, MD, 1983. 47
pgs., $5.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book illustrates 47 designs of the tribal people of Laos, Burma, Thailand,


9628.) CAREY, Eds. PETER & G. CARTER BENTLEY: ->East Timor at the Crosroads: The Forging of a Nation.
HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1995. 1st Edition 259 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a v/g plus d/j.

3076.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY AUSTRALIA -ASIA RELATIONS: ->Strategic Involvement and International
Partnership: Australia's Post-1975 Relations with Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. PB:Griffith University: Queensland,
Australia, 1993. 60 pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by Pheuiphanh Ngaosyvathn, published in April
of 1993.
2994.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->A Comparative Analysis of the Ethnicity,
English Proficiency and Religion of Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 197- PB:Griffith University:
Queensland, Australia, 1990. 127 pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by James E. Coughlan.

3132.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->A Comparative Analysis of the Labour
Force Characteristics of Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 1976-86. PB:Griffith University:
Queensland, Australia, 1991. 118 pgs., $5 Wraps monogrpah, a fine copy. Written by James E. Coughlan.

2993.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->A Comparative Study of the Incomes of
Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 1976-86. PB:Griffith University: Queensland, Australia, 1991. 59
pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by James E. Coughlan.

3130.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->The Diverse Asians: A Profile of Six
Asian Communities in Australia. PB:Griffith University: Queensland, Australia, 1992. 196 pgs., $5 Wraps
monograph, a fine copy. This monograph is edited by James E. Coughlan.

2987.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->The Educational and Internal Migration
Characterisitics of Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 1976-86. PB:Griffith University: Queensland,
Australia, 1990. 64 pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by James E. Coughlan.

2991.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->The Fertility and Living Arrangements of
Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 1976-86. PB:Griffith University: Queensland, Australia, 1990. 98
pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by James E. Coughlan.

2988.) CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN-ASIAN RELATIONS:->The Housing Characterisitics of
Australia's Three Indochinese-Born Communities: 1976-86. PB:Griffith University: Queensland, Australia, 1991. 76
pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a fine copy. Written by James E.Coughlan.

26032.) CHALLIS, ROLAND: ->Shadow of a Revolution: Indonesia and the Generals. HC:Sutton Publishing: Thrupp,
2001. 260 pgs., $10 A mint copy in a very fine d/j.

32345.) CHAMBERS, Eds. PAUL and AUREL CROISSANT:I ->Democracy Under Stress: Civil-Military Relations in
South and Southeast Asia. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study investigates the renewed and persistent cases of
resurgent and latent authoritarianism in the context of civil-military relations in South and Southeast Asia, with
special reference to Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Thailand.


9630.) CHARI, V. K.: ->Sanskrit Criticism. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1990. 1st Edition 302 pgs.,
$15 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
30221.) CHATHAM HOUSE STUDY GROUP, ->Collective Defence In South East Asia: The Manila Treaty and Its
Implicatons. Wraps trade ed., spine has been taped to keep pages intact, o/w a v/g copy.

9027.) CHATURACHINDA, GWYNETH, SUNANDA KRISHNAMURTY, and PAULINE W. TABTIANG:->Dictionary of
South and Southeast Asian Art. PB:Silkworm Books: Bangkok, 2004. 2nd Edition 240 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed.,
a mint copy. A very basic dictionary that contains over 1,300 entries and 112 line illustrations. Words are drawn
from the countries of Burma, Cambodia, India Indonesia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.


33691.) CHAUDOIR, CAPTAIN GEORGES and MR. AND Mrs. EMILE JOTTRAND: ->Belgian Tourists in Burma,
Siam, Vietnam and Cambodia, (1897 and 1900. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 254 pgs.,
$29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. These travel accounts were tranalated by Walter E. J. Tips and he provides an
introduction to them.
28234.) CHEW, DANIEL: ->Chinese Pioneers On the Sarawak Frontier, 1841-1941. PB:Oxford University Press:
Malaysia, 2004. 2nd Edition 281 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

A pioneering history of the early Chinese settlers in Sarawak.

24550.) CHICARELLI, CHARLES F.: ->Buddhist Art: An Illustrated Introduction. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai,
Thailand, 2004. 1st Edition 298 pgs., $24 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A survey of Buddhist art with over 180 color
photographs from temples, museums, historical sites, and private collections.

9074.) CHODEN, KUNZANG: ->Bhutanese Tales of the Yeti. PB:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1997. 150 pgs., $24.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 22 stories set in four different regions of Bhutan.

28335.) CHODEN, KUNZANG: ->Chilli and Cheese: Food and Society in Bhutan., PB:White Lotus Press Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2008. 1st Edition 227 pgs., $34.95 Wraps trad ed., a mint copy. Book provides insight into Bhutanese food
culture and looks at Bhutanese food-related beliefs and practices.

8979.) CHODEN, KUNZANG: ->Folktales of Bhutan. PB:White Lotus: Bangkok, 1994. 1st Edition 199 pgs., $21.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 38 folktales and legends. Collected by a Bhutanese who heard these




6193.) CHRISTIE, CLIVE: ->A Modern History of South East Asia: Decolonization, Nationalism and Separatism.
PB:Tauris Academic Studies: London, 1996. 286 pgs., $26.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An interesting study of
the process of decolonization in Southeast Asia, and of those communities and movements which were marginalized
by the end of the European empire. Two of the groups looked at the Karens of Burma and the Montagnards of
Vietnam.
92.) CLIFFORD, HUGH: ->Further India: Being the Story of Exploration >From the Earliest Times in Burma, Malaya,
Siam, and Indo-China. HC:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1990. 378 pgs., $19.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. This is a
well done reprint of the 1904 edition containing all the illustrations and maps of the original work. Author was a
British colonial officer serving in Malaya and it provides an overview of European exploration and discovery in
Southeast Asia. Preface by Virginia M. Di Crocco.

28649.) CLOETE, STUART: ->West With the Sun. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1962. 1ST Edition 381 pgs., $12
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
2403.) COEDES, G.: Translated by H. M. WRIGHT:->The Making of South East Asia. PB:Univeristy of California
Press: Berkeley, CA, 1969. 3rd Edition 268 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book deals mainly with the
earlier, formative epochs of Southeast Asia that marked the flowering of the Great Traditions of Hinduism and of
Buddhism.

2405.) COLBERT, EYELYN: ->Southeast Asia in International Politics. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y.,
1977. 1st Edition 372 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a v/g d/j.
21373.) COOKE, FADZILAH MAJID: ->The Challenge of Sustainable Forests: Forest Resource Policy in Malaysia,
1970-1995. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1999. 1st Edition 262 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

25163.) COOPER, THOMAS L.: ->Sacred Paintings in Bali: Tradition in Transition. HC:Orchid Press: Bangkok,
2005. 184 pgs., $35 Small indention backcover, o/w a mint copy in a mint d/j. The author chronicles the evolution
of traditional Balinese folk painting and drawing upon a personal collection of over 2,000 color photos,
approximately 100 are included in the book. Book is a product of years of fieldwork in remote villages of Bali.


31935.) COURY, WILLIAM G.: ->Textiles of Insana, West Timor: Women Weaving and Village Development.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. In this book, the women of Insana tell the story of how weaving transforms the
economic present and future of their families and community. The book contains 47 black and white photographs
and 95 color photographs representing the Atoni of Insana and their textiles.

32478.) CRANBROOK, GATHORNE, : ->Wonders of Nature in South-East Asia. PB:Oxford Univeristy Press: Kuala
Lumpur, 1997. 1st Edition 280 pgs., $7.9555 Wraps trade size ed., a very fine copy. The author known as Earl of
Cranbrook, has presented in this volume a wide range of records made by explorers of South-East Asia including his
own accounts.
9666.) CRIBB, ROBERT: ->Gangsters and Revolutionaires: The Jakarta People's Militia and the Indonesian
Revolution, 1945-1949. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1991. 222 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint
d/j. This is an in-depth study of one of the people's armies' which emerged from the chaos at the close of World War
II in Indonesian.
2432.) CROZIER, BRIAN: ->South-East Asia In Turmoil. PB:Penguin Books: Middlesex, England, 1966. REV.
Edition 214 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g copy. Author was a British journalist who covered Southeast

6034.) CULTURAL SURVIVAL REPORT: ->Southeast Asian Tribal Groups and Ethnic Minorities: Prospect for the
Eighties and Beyond. HC:Cultural Survival, Inc.: Cambridge, MA, 1987. 171 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a v/g d/j.
Book contains the proceedings of a conference held in 1984 that was co-sponsored by Cultural Survival , Inc. and the
Department of Anthropology of Harvard University.
20434.) CURRENT HISTORY, DECEMBER 1975: ->Southeast Asia, 1975. PB:Current History: Philadelphia, PA,
1975. 45 pgs., $2.5 Wraps a v/g copy.

20432.) CURRENT HISTORY, DECEMBER, 1973: ->Southeast Asia, 1973. PB:Current History: Philadelphia, PA,
1973. 43 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy.

20433.) CURRENT HISTORY, DECEMBER, 1976: ->Southeast Asia, 1976. PB:Current History: Philadelphia, PA,
1976. 44 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy.
27458.) DALTON, EDWARD TUITE: ->Tribal Worlds of the Eastern Himalaya and Indo-Burma Borderlands.
PB:Whitle Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. Rep. Edition 377 pgs., $59.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a complete
reprint of Dalton's work titled Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal published in 1872. The title has been changed to
provide a more geographically precise description of the lands and people treated in this work. There are 35 full
page plates of each tribal group described . Jon Miceler, a conservationist who has worked among the tribes of
Arunachal Pradesh for the last seven years, has written an introduction to this reprint.


9497.) DASSE, MARTIAL: ->Les Guerillas en Asie du Sud-Est: Les Strategies de la Guerre Asiatique. PB:Editions
L'Harmattan: Paris, 1993. 270 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.

24038.) DAVIS, HASSOLDT: ->Land of the Eye: A Narrative of the Labors, Adventures, Alarums and Excursions of
the Denis-Roosevelt Asiatic ExpedAdve. HC:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 1940. 415 pgs., $25 Name on enpaper,
spine faded, o/w a v/g copy. Book has 26 illustrations. Countries covered are Burma, China, India and Nepal..

4554.) de CARNE, LOUIS: ->Travels on the Mekong: Cambodia, Laos and Yunnan. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
1995. REP. Edition 365 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., slight fading top edge of cover, o/w a fine copy. Includes a very
detailed 18 inch by 30 inch in pocket of back cover. Author was the representative of the French Minister of Foreign
Affairs and he was in charge of writing the trade and political report of the findings of the Mekong Exploration
Commission. Book contains excellent reprints of sketches made by L. Delaporte, a member of the commission.
Report originally published as 'Voyage en Indo-Chine et dans l'Empire Chinois in 1872.
8955.) de MORGAN, JACQUES: ->Exploration Dans La Presqu'ile Malaise: Royaumes De Perak et De Patani.
PB:Prince of Songkla Univeristy: Bangkok, 1993. REP. Edition 415 pgs., $30 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

25723.) DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS GEOGRAPHICAL BRANCH:->Indo-China: A
Geographical Appreciation. PB:: Ottawa, Canada, 1953. 88 pgs., $7.5 Wraps monograph, cover reprinted and

25997.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE CABLE: ->The September 30 Affair, (Attempted Coup Indonesia). PB:: , 1965.
46 pgs., $5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. A report from the American Embassy at Djakarta sent to the
State Department on October 22nd, 1965 reproting on the attempted coup on Septment 30th, in Indonesia.

6831.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960, Volume XV,
South and Southeast Asia. HC:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1992. 1205 pgs., $75 A mint copy
as purchased new. One hundred fifty three pages devoted to the Philippines and 199 pages to Thailand. Other
countries included are the South Asia region, Afghanistan, CeylonIndia, Nepal, and Pakistan,

9837.) deSILVA, K. M. & HOWARD WRIGGINS: ->J. R. Jayewardene of Sri Lanka: A Political Biography.
HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1988. 1090 pgs., $25 A two volume set, mint in mint d/j.

2454.) DEWEY, THOMAS E.: ->Journey To the Far Pacific. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1952. BC Edition 331
pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book has chapters on Indo-China and Cambodia. Author gives accounts of
interviews with Bao Dai and the then King Sihanouk, 7 pages of photographs.

29307.) DIOKNO, Eds. MARIA SERENA I. and NGUYEN VAN CHINH: ->The Mekong Arranged and Rearranged.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An overview of the conflicting views of the Mekong region and its development.

27564.) DIOKNO, Eds. MARIA SERENA I. and NGUYEN VAN CHINH:->The Mekong Arranged and Rearranged.
PB:Mekong Press: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2006. 195 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study was
sponsored by the Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program Foundation.

5109.) DOBBY, E.H.G.: ->Southeast Asia. HC:Univeresity of London Press Ltd.: London, 1954. 9th Edition 415 pgs.,
$10 Some light speckling of outside cover, o/w a v/g copy.

8219.) d'ORLEANS, HENRI: ->From Tonkin to India by the Sources of the Irawadi. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
1999. REP. Edition 411 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., top edge of cover has slight decolorization, o/w a fine copy. This
is an account of a scientific mission undertaken by Prince Henri d'Orleans from January 1895 until January 1896.
Illustrated by G. Vullier. Introduction by Walter Tips.
28519.) DOVE, Eds. MICHAEL R., PERCY E. SAJISE & AMITY DOOLITTLE: ->Conserving Nature in Culture: Case
Studies from Southeast Asia. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The studies came from a series of research and writing
workshops held in Southeast Asia, supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

9795.) DRAKE, CHRISTINE: ->National Integration in Indonesia: Patterns and Policies. HC:Univeristy of Hawaii
Press: Honolulu, HI, 1989. 1st Edition 354 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

25718.) DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION PUBLICATION: ->Worldwide Heroin Situation Report-1992.
PB:U.S. Department of Justice: Washingoton, DC, 1994. 45 pgs., $3 Wraps a v/g plus copy.

28238.) DUMARCAY, JACQUES: ->The House in South-East Asia. HC:Oxford University Press: Singapore, 2004. 4th
Edition 71 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a laminated cover. Contains 16 color plates and 33 figures.

3166.) DURDIN, TILLMAN: ->Southeast Asia. HC:Atheneum: New York, 1966. 4th Edition 158 pgs., $10
PB:Atheneum: New York, 1966. 5th Edition 158 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. A
survey of Southeast Asia by a veteran foreign correspondent of the New York Times.

20520.) EADE, J. C.: ->Southeast Asian Ephemeris: Solar and Plantetary Positions, A.D. 638-2000. PB:Cornell
SEAP Publications: Ithaca, NY, 1989. 175 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author has checked the
dates of more than 250 inscriptions from Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos. He reproduces old
calendrists'cakcykatuins fir each year from AD 638 to 2000.
2462.) EDEN, ANTHONY: ->Toward Peace in Indochina. PB:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1966. 1st Edition 77 pgs.,
$6 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy.

33281.) EDGERTON, FRANKLIN: -> The Elephant-Lore of the Hindus. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a
translation of the Matanga-Lila by Nilakantha and is regarded as the best available Sanskrit work on Elephantology.

19971.) EHLERS, OTTO E.: ->On Horseback Through Indochina, Volume 2: Burma, North Thailand, the Shan
States, and Yunnan. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. Rep. Edition 227 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., avery fine
copy. The personal account of an adventurous journey of a German traveler taken in 1891-1892. This volume
starts from Moulmein on Burma's Adnaman Sea coast and ends in Poofang on the border between Sipsong Pana,
now Yunnan, and French Tonkin, now Vietnam..
20292.) EHLERS, OTTO E.: ->On Horseback Through Indochina, Volume I: Assam, Burma, and the Andamans and
Nicobars. PB:White Lotus Press, Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 164 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book
provides an account of the German traveler Otto Ehlers journey in 1891-1892. Thjis volume starts with an elephant
hunt in Assam and ends on the Nicobar Islands in the Andaman Sea.

2463.) EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: ->The White House Years: Mandate For Change: 1953-1956. HC:Doubleday &
Co.: New York, 1963. 1st Edition 650 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This memoir by President Eisenhower is a
good account of his views on the Dien Bien Phu crisis and his perception of Indochina during his presidency.

25980.) ERRINGTON, FREDERICK KARL: ->Karavar: Masks and Power in a Melanesian Ritual. HC:Cornell Univeristy
Press: Ithaca, NY, 1974. 259 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

23308.) EVERETT, Eds. MICHAEL W. and MARY A. SOMMERVILLE:->Multilateral Activities in South East Asia.
PB:National Defense Univeristy Press: Washingotn, DC, 1995. 1st Edition 269 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Book published as a result of papers presented at the 1995 Pacific Symposium sponsored by the National Defense
University.
24981.) FAY, Ed. KIM: ->To Asia With Love.: A Connoisseurs' Guide to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.
PB:Things Asian Press: San Francisco, CA, 2004. 243 pgs., $17 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A very interesting and
unusual guide book to Southeast Asia, covering the countries listed in the title.

2474.) FIFIELD, RUSSELL H.: ->Southeast Asia In United States Policy. HC:Frederick A. Praeger Pub.: New York,
1963. 1st Edition 488 pgs., $12 PB:Frederick A. Praeger Publishers: New York, 1965. 3rd Edition 488 pgs., $6 A v/g
copy. Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy.

2475.) FIFIELD, RUSSELL H.: ->The Diplomacy of Southeast Asia: 1945-1958. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1958.
584 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

8968.) FISHER, CHARLES A.: ->South-East Asia: A Social, Economic and Political Geography. HC:Methuen & co.
Ltd.: London, 1969. 2nd Edition 831 pgs., $15 Ex-library in library binding, a v/g copy.

5413.) FISHER, JAMES ->Dr. America: The Lives Of Thomas A Dooley, 1927-1961. PB:Univeristy of
Massachusetts Press: Amherst, MA, 1997. 304 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of Tom
Dooley's life written to show how he reflected American culture during the Cold War and why he became a cultural
icon during the late 50s. He brings out his being a homosexual and being forced to resign from the Navy. A well
researched book and it is part of the Culture, Politics and the Cold War series edited by Christian G. Appy.

2664.) FITZGERALD, C .P.: ->The Southern Expansion of the Chinese People. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1993.
Rep. Edition 224 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a fine d/j. This reprint edition has a new preface by Colin Mackerras,
Professor of Modern Asian Studies at Griffith University.

19969.) FITZGERALD, C. P.: ->A Concise History of East Asia. PB:Praeger Publihsers: New York, 1970. 4th Edition
306 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

2477.) FLEMING, D. F.: ->America's Role In Asia. HC:Funk & Wagnalls: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 209 pgs., $7.5
Review copy with review laid in. Soiling top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

28254.) FLORIDA, NANCY K.: ->Writing the Past, Inscribing the Future: History As Prophecy in Colonial Java.
HC:Duke University Press: Durham, NC, 1995. 449 pgs., $12.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy.

29916.) FOSSEY, CLAIRE: ->Rangda, Bali's Queen of the Witches. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1St
Edition 90 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book presents a sensitive exploration of a diverse selection of
indigenous viewer' often ambivaltent responses to a standarized image, in this case the Balinese witch figure.

21014.) FOURNIER, Eds. JEAN-BAPTISTE, JACQUES IVANOFF & PIERRE LE ROUX:->Les Refugies D'Asie Du Sud-
Est Et Leur Insertion En France. PB:PSU-PATANI: Patani, Thailand, 1991. 162 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g

2979.) FRENCH EMBASSY PUBLICATIONS: ->Indochinese Affairs: Number 1-9, February 1954-May 1955.
PB:Ambassade De France: Service De Presse et D'In: New York, . 145 pgs., $15 These are photocopied reprints.
These are 9 releases of the French Embassy in New York. Includes 1. Treaty of Included are 1. Treaty of Amity
France-Laos, October, 1953. 2. Speech by Counselor Millet in Feb., 1954 on France's policy in Indochina since WW
II, 3. Briefing sheet on facts of Indochina War-March, 1954. 4. Text of Proposed France-Vietnamese Agreements-
May, 1954, 5. Full text of Final Declaraton of Geneva Conference July, 1954., 6. Full text of speech given by
Mendes-France on Geneva Conference to National Assembly-July, 1954. 7. Agreemnt on Cessation of Hostilities in
Vietnam, July, 1954. 8. Full texts of Quadripartite Agreements Between Cambodia, France, Laos, & Vietnam,
December, 1954 and 9. Bilateral Conventions Between France & Vietnam, December, 1954.

7827.) FUHRMANN, ERNST: ->New Guinea: People and Art. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition
130 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., light fading of cover, o/w a fine copy. Book is based on photographs of of art
collections in the major museums of Europe. It has an introductory text that places the art in everyday context and
discusses beliefs related to uses of the artifacts. First published in 1922 as 'Neu-Guinea.' Translated Walter E.J.
Tips.
32891.) GEERTZ, HILDRED and IDA BAGUS MADE TOGOG: ->Tales From a Charmed Life: A Balinese Painter
Reminisces. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2005. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy in a mint

20144.) GEERTZ, HILDRED: ->Images of Power: Balinese Paintings Made for Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead.
HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1994. 135 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

9798.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE REPORT: ->U.S. Provides Safe Haven for Indochinese Refugees,
Department of State and Other Agencies. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1975. REP. Edition
60 pgs., $5 Wraps photocoppied reprint, a v/g copy. This is a report submitted by the GAO to Congress.

2483.) GORDON, BERNARD K.: ->The Dimensions of Conflict In Southeast Asia. PB:Prenctic-Hall: Englewood
Cliffs, N.J., 1966. 2ND Edition 201 pgs., $4 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g plus copy.


27484.) GORER, GEOFFREY: ->Bali and Angkor: A 1930s Pleasure Trip Looking at Life and Death. PB:Oxford
University Press: Singapore, 1986. Rep. Edition 240 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. An account of the
author;s three months' pleasure trip to Sumatra, Java, Bali, Thailand and Cambodia.

33846.) GOSHA, Eds. CHRISTOPHER E. and CHRISTIAN F. OSTERMANN: ->Connecting Histories: Decoloniation
and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, 1945-1962. HC:Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA, 2009. 1ST Edition 450
pgs., $59.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book focuses on the competing loyalties of Southeast Asian nationalists,
even as some colonial powers sought to resume their prewar dominance. These intersections are the focus of the
contributions to this book.
29308.) GOSS, Ed. JOHN: ->Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam: Southeast Asia's Gay and
Lesbian Scene. PB:Utopia Asia: 2006. 2ND Edition 133 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

8834.) GOSWAMI, BAASANTA KUMAR DEVA: ->A Critical Study of the Ramayana Tradition of Assam (Up to 1826
A.D.). HC:Punthi Pustak: Calcutta, 1994. 376 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an effort to provide the
multidimensional aspects of the Ramyana tradition current in Assam up to the Yandabu Treaty of 1826. Book
contains 61 illustrations, bibliography and index.
9614.) GRABSKY, PHIL: ->The Lost Temple of Java.. PB:Seven Dials: London, 1999. 144 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Book seeks to explore the mysteries of Borobudur as to who built it, for what purpose, and why it
was abandoned. Book is heavily illustrated with color photographs.

2485.) GREENBIE, SYDNEY: ->The Romantic East: India, Indo-China, China and Japan. HC:Robert M. McBride &
Co.: New York, 1931. 298 pgs., $20 A v/g plus copy. Fifty pages deal with travel in Burma, Malay, Siam and
Cambodia, 126 with travel in India, 75 pages with China and the reamining pages with Japan. Illustrated.

23711.) GREGOR, Eds. THOMAS A. & DONALD TUZIN: ->Gender In Amazonia and Melanesia: An Exploration of
the Comparative Method. HC:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley, 2001. 1st Edition 392 pgs., $12.5 A mint

2486.) GROSLIER, BERNARD PHILIPPE: ->Indochina. HC:World Publishing Co.: Cleaveland, OH, 1966. Rep.
Edition 283 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An archaeological study of the Indochina peninsula. Contains 35
illustrations in colour, 110 illustrations in black and white.

19962.) GROTENHUIS, Ed. ELIZABETH TEN: ->Along the Silk Road. PB:Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian
In.: Washington, DC, 2002. 1st Edition 144 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A richly illlustrated book with
contributions by a composer, an ethnomusicologist, an archaeologist, a photographer, a scientist, a film critic, and
two art historians.
9474.) GRUSCHKE, ANDREAS: ->The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces: AMDO, Volume 2., the Gansu
and Sichuan Parts of Amdo. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 1st Edition 263 pgs., $59.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. This volume contains 23 plates, 12 maps, and 190 colour photographs.

9245.) GRUSCHKE, ANDREAS: ->The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces: AMDO, Volume I: The
Qinghai Part of Amdo. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 284 pgs., $59.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book
contains 201 colour photos, 23 black and white plates, and 12 maps.

23296.) GRUSCHKE, ANDREAS: ->The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces: Kham Volume 1, The Tar
Part of Kham. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 1st Edition 318 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., some fading of
outside cover, o/w a fine copy. This detailed survey of th ecultural monuments of Tibet's outer provinces reveals that
Tibetan culture is neither extinct in Tibet proper nor in the outer provicnes of Ando and Kham.


24574.) GRUSCHKE, ANDREAS: ->The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces: Kham, Volume 2, The
Qinghai Part of Kham. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 311 pgs., $79.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Contains 120 plates, 196 color photos, and 27 maps.

29249.) GULLICK, J. M.: ->Old Kuala Lumpur. PB:Oxford University Press: Singapore, 2001. 2ND Edition 108 pgs.,
$13.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Title is part of the Images of Asia series., Contains 16 colour illustrations and

9409.) HAGERDAL, HANS: ->Hindu Rulers, Muslim Subjects: Lombok and Bali in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth
Centuries. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 211 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study that explores
the Balinese Hindu rule over the predominantly Muslim population, focusing on the years 1700-1748.

29415.) HAHN, EMILY: ->The Islands: America's Imperial Adventure in the Philippines. A v/g plus copy in a v/g
9942.) HALTON, ELAINE: ->Lord of the Celestial Elephant. PB:Privately printed: Great Britain, 1999. 144 pgs.,
$15 Wraps trade edition, a mint copy. Book is an account of the life of the last Crown Prince of Burma, whose arrest
and subsequent 67 years a a political detainee by the British which they never acknowledged.

25457.) HARDMAN, CHARLOTTE E.: ->Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion Among the Lohorung Rai.
PB:Berg: Oxford, UK, 2000. 1st Edition 315 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

2496.) HARRISON, BRIAN: ->South-East Asia: A Short History. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1954. 278 pgs., $10
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Title first published in 1954 by Macmillian in England.

33898.) HART, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BASIL LIDDELL: ->History of the Second World War: Facing Up to Defeat.
Wraps magazine that covers Post-War Japan, China, Burma and Malaya, India, Indo-China and Indonesia, a v/g plus
copy.. Brief account of each country by various authors knowledable in their field with choice photos of such as the
photo of Majopr Ahmed Bahadur taking the surrender of Japanese forces in Indo-China.

8938.) HAUSER-SCHAUBLIN, BRIGITTA, MARIE-LOUISE NABHOLZ-KARTASCHOFF & URS RAMSEYER:->Textiles
in Bali. HC:Periplus Editions, Inc.: Singapore, 1991. 143 pgs., $29.5 A fine copy in a near fine d/j. D/J has
scratcing on back but no chipping. This book examines the history, production and uses of textiles in Balinese
society. Contains 113 illustrations, many in color.

9668.) HEIDER, KARL G.: ->Indonesian Cinema: National Culture on Screen. HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 1991. 1st Edition 154 pgs., $10 A fine copy. No dust jacket. The author examines films produced in
Indonesia by Indonesians to show how cultural patterns shape these films and how the films influence the culture.

24107.) HEIDHUES, MARY SOMERS: ->Southeast Asia: A Concise History. HC:Thames Hudson: New York, 2000.
192 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a fine /dj. Book contains 131 illustrations and 11 maps.
8928.) HEIM, ARNOLD & AUGUST GANSSER: ->The Throne of the Gods: An Account of the First Swiss Expedition
to the Himalayas. PB:White Lotus Co. Ltd.: Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 385 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. An account written by two geologists who travelled for eight months in the Himalayas. Book contains 120
illustrations, foldout chart and foldout panoramic view of the Himalayas.


6244.) HEINZE, RUTH-INGE: ->Trance and Healing in Southeast Asia Today. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok,
1997. REV. Edition 341 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author proivdes 21 case studies, including a
discussion of whether the practice is increasing or declining and the question of whehter shamanism is an
elementary form of the religious life. Author received her Ph.D. in Asian studies from the University of California.

3418.) HENDERSON, Ed. WILLIAM: :->Asian Affairs: An American Review, September October 1973. PB:Crane,
Russak & Co..: New York, 1973. 56 pgs., $1.99 Three articles relate to Vietnam and one on Kissinger's policy on
Asia overall. No postage charge if ordered with another title.

2366.) HENDERSON, Ed. WILLIAM: ->Asian Affairs: An American Review, November December 1973.: PB:Crane,
Russak & Co.: New York, 1973. 63 pgs., $1.99 Wraps journal, a v/g plus copy./g plus copy. Two articles relate to
Vietnam, Denis Warner on the Australian elections and George Thompson on Southeast Asia after the cease fire.

2501.) HENDERSON, LARRY: ->Vietnam and Countries of the Mekong. HC:Thomas Nelson & Sons: Camden, N.J.,
1967. Rev. Edition 224 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book for Junior High readers and part of 'World
Neighbor' series. Excellent black and white photos of Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.


5664.) HERBERT, Eds. PATRICIA and ANTHONY ->South-East Asia: Languages and Literatures: a Select Guide.
PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1989. 182 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This guide provides a
concise introduction to the history, major languages, scripts, dating systems, manuscripts, printing and publishing
histories, and literary genres of South-East Asia.
7498.) HICKS, DAVID: ->Tetum Ghosts and Kin: Fieldwork in an Indonesian Community. PB:Mayfield Publishing
Co.: Palo Alto, CA, 1976. 1st Edition 143 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
7713.) HILL, ANN: ->Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade Among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia.
PB:Yale Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1998. 178 pgs., $21 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

5573.) HODGES, Ed. NAN POWELL: ->The Voyage of the Peacock: A Journal by Benajah Ticknor, Naval Surgeon.
HC:University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, MI, 1991. 366 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The USS Peacock
carried out a secret diplomatic mission which included Cochin China, Siam, and Muscat. Journal was compiled by a
New England doctor who joined the mission as a naval surgeon.


23801.) HOLM, DAVID: ->Recalling Lost Souls: The Baeu Rodo Scriptures Tai Cosmogonic Texts from Guangxi in
Southern China. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 310 pgs., $28.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book
explores an indigenous scriptural tradition found among the Zhuang, a Tai-speaking people who inhabit the
provinces of Guangxi and Yunnan in southern China. It presents for the first time in English a remarkable collection
of ritual texts, recently discovered in the remote highlands of northwestern Guangxi. Included with the book is a
companion CD with additional material, and sound recordings. There are 49 color plates, a glossary, and
concordance.
26220.) HORNER, I. B.: ->Women Under Primitive Buddhism: Laywomen and Almswomen. HC:Cosmo Publications:
New Delhi, 2005. 391 pgs., $32.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Material for this study has been gathered from the
Canonical literature, and also from the Commentaires, the Jataka books and the Milindapanha.

26320.) HOSE, CHARLES: ->The Field-Book of a Jungle-Wallah: Shore River and Forest Life in Sarawak.
PB:Oxford University Press: Singapore, 1985. Rep. Edition 216 pgs., $9.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A descripiotn
of shore, river and forest life in Sarawak. Contians black and white plates.

20842.) HOSIE, ALEXANDER: ->Three Years in Western China: A Narrative of Three Journey in Szechwan,
Kweichow, and Yunnan. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. Rep. Edition 302 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This book describes the travels undertaken by Alexander Hosie during his tenure as British consular general in
Chungkiung, from 1882-1884.
23695.) HOSKINS, Ed. JANET: ->Headhunting and the Social Imagination in Southeast Asia. HC:Standford
University Press: Standford, CA, 1996. 296 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

18972.) HOSPITAL, CLIFFORD: ->The Righteous Demon: A Study of Bali. HC:Univerrsity of British Columbia Press:
Vancouver, 1994. 294 pgs., $2.5 A mint copy.

26316.) HOWARD, Ed. MICHAEL C.: ->Bark-cloth in Southeast Asia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2006. 1st
Edition 309 pgs., $69.5 Wraps trade ed., a brand new copy, mint condition. Book provides a comprehensive survey
of Southeast Asia bark-cloth. Areas cover are Vietnam, southern Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Taiwan, the
Philippines, Kalimantan, and Papua. There are over 100 black and white photos and 180 color photographs.

5754.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C.: ->Textiles of Southeast Asia: An Annotated and Illustrated Bibliography. PB:White
Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1994. 212 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. In addition to an annotated bibliography,
there are over 100 color photo illustrations of textiles and a chapter on museum collections. Bibliography is
broken down by country with Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia under one grouping as is the case for
Malaysia, Singapore, and Borneo.
30238.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C.: ->A World Between the Warps: Southeast Asia's Supplementary Warp Textiles
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 206 pgs., $69.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is the first
comprehensive study of Southeast Asia's supplementary warp and warp float patterned textiles. There are 499 color
photogrpahs that accompany the text.
32489.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C.: ->From Dashes to Dragons: The Ikat-Patterned Textiles of Southeast Asia.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. 1ST Edition 260 pgs., $59.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work provides a
comprehensive survey of Southeast Asia's ikat-patterned textiles. There is a discussion of ikat techniques and the
origin and diffusion of ikat in Southeast Asia, followed by surveys of the ikat-patterned textiles of peoples speaking
Tai, Austronesian, Mon-0Khmer, and Tibeo-Burman languages. There are 296 color photogrpahs of textiles that
accompany the text.



6255.) HUAN, MA: ->Ying-yai Sheng-lan: The Overall Survey of the Ocean's Shores. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1997. REP. Edition 393 pgs., $34.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This work contains Ma Huan's
descriptions based on his personal observations of 20 countries from Champa (Central Vietnam) in the east to Mecca
in the west. He was the Muslin interpreter of the famous Cheng Ho, commander of the Chinese fleet. The book is
translated from the Chinese text and edited by Feng Ch'eng-Chun with an introduciton, notes and appendices by
J.V.G. Mills, This is a reprint of the 1970 Hakluyt Society edition.

9243.) HURLIMANN, MARTIN: ->Photographic Impressions: Burma, Siam, Cambodia, Yunnan, Champa, and
Vietnam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 266 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This
book contains 240 full page photographs taken during the 1920s in Indochina by Hurlimann. There is a brief
introduction by Walter Tips who translated Hurlimann's comments about the area and each country.

20044.) ICHIMURA, Ed. SHINICHI: ->Southeast Asia: Nature, Society and Development. PB:University Press of
Hawaii: Honolulu, HI, 1976. 363 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book contains edited monographs of the
Center for Southeast Asian Studies of Kyoto University.

3059.) INDOCHINE 1940, DEC. 12: -> PB:: , . 0 pgs., $5 Photocopies reprint, 44 pp. and a large fold-out map
showing Khmer settlements in Thailand. On these Indochine reprints, a customer has graciously taken her time to
make these photocopies for me. She has an extensive collection of Indochine magazines which she can also copy if
there is a demand for them. I would also be interested in knowing if there are particualar issues that a customer may
want.
3058.) INDOCHINE 1940, NOV. 21: -> PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3.5 Photocopied reprint, 36 pp.

3057.) INDOCHINE: 1941, 10 AVRIL: -> PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A photocopied reprint, 28 pp.

9483.) INSTITUTE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA PUBLICATION: ->Sojourn: Social Issues inSoutheast Asia, Volume 3,
Number 2, August 1988. PB:Institute of Southeast Asia: Singapore, 1988. 257 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g

2503.) ISAACS, HAROLD R.: ->No Peace For Asia. PB:M.I.T. Press: Cambridge, Ma., 1967. 1st Edition 295 pgs.,
$6 Wear outer edges, o/w a good plus copy.
19974.) IVANOFF, JACQUES & THIERRY LEJARD: ->A Journey through the Mergui Archipelago. PB:White Lotos
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 234 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An account of five expeditions between 1998 and
2001 that sought to promote the local heritage, nomad culture, and the Burmese historical and cultural inheritance.

26218.) IVANOFF, JACQUES: ->Moken: Sea-Gypsies of the Andaman Sea PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1997.
159 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Author presents accounts of the nomads who live in the mergui
Archpelago of southern Burma and adjacent Thai territories.


9685.) IVANOFF, JACQUES: ->Rings of Coral, Moken Folktales. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 490 pgs.,
$27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of 44 stories of oral literature of the Moken sea gypsies, compiled by
7839.) IVANOFF, JACQUES: ->The Moken Boat: Symbolic Technology. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999.
171 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book is a study of the boats of the Sea Gypsies of the Andaman Sea from
Surin Island in Southern Thailand to Ross Island in Burma. There are 56 color photos, 84 black and white photos,
and 28 diagrams.
8237.) IYER, ALESSANDRA: ->Prambanan: Sculpture and Dance in Ancient Java.: A Study in Dance Iconography.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. 211 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a study of the dance
reliefs of the ninth century AD temple of Siwa at the Prambanan complex in central Java.

29956.) JACK, R. LOGAN: ->The Back Blocks of China. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 269 pgs.,
$29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Account of a party of British citizens fleeing the Boxer Rebellion in 1900. They
travelled among the Chinese, Sifans, Lolos, Tibetans, Shans, and Kachins between Shanghai and the Irrawadi.
Book contains their observations and written up by Long. Included are 2 maps and 28 phots taken by members of
the group.

4102.) JENKS, ROBERT D.: ->Insurgency and Social Disorder in Guizhou: The 'Miao' Rebellion, 1854-1873.
HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1994. 1st Edition 227 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
argues that the Miao rebellion was not a purely ethnic conflict but there were other socioeconomic grievances which
drew support from a wider cross-section of the population in Guizhou Province in Southwest China.

9561.) JOHNSTON, R. F.: ->From Peking to Mandalay: A Journey from North China to Burma Through Tibetan
Ssuch'uan and Yunnan. PB:White Lotus Co. Ltd: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 460 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. A travel account by the author of a trip he made in 1906 from Weihaiwee, a Treaty Port situated at the
easternmost tip of Shantung Province to rangoon in Burma. Contains 20 illustrations and a fold-out map of his
journey.
27357.) JUNTUNEN, Eds. MIRJA and BIRGIT N. N. SCHLYTER:->Return to the Silk Routes: Current Scandinavian
Research on Central Asia. HC:Kegan Paul International: London & New York, 1999. 189 pgs., $10 A mint copy in

2511.) KAHIN, Ed. GEORGE McTURNAN: ->Governments and Politics of Southeast Asia. HC:Cornell University
Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1966. 3rd Edition 796 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Very descriptive account of
each government of Southeast Asia at the time was published. Countries included are Thailand, Burma, Indonesia,
Malaysia, Vietnam-North and South, Laos, Cambodia, and the Philippines.s

2512.) KAHIN, Ed. GEORGE McTURNAN: ->Major Governments of Asia. HC:Cornell University Press: New York,
1965. 2nd Edition 719 pgs., $10 A v/g copy.

2514.) KALB, MARVIN and ELIE ABEL:->Roots of Involvement: The U.S. in Asia, 1784-1971. HC:W. W. Norton &
Co.: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 336 pgs., $8.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.



30757.) KAMMERER, Eds. CORNELIA ANN and NICOLA TANNENBAUM: ->Merit and Blessing In Mainland
Southeast Asia In Comparative Perspective. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. In this work, nine anthropologists and
one historian examine ideological and social dimensions of merit and blessing in mainland Southeast Asia. Groups
covered are the Lahu, Akha, White Hmong of Northern Thailand, Lisu, Lhota Naga, Lowland Shan, and a Burmese
Lay Association.
21706.) KAOSA-ARD, Eds. MINGSAM and JOHN DORE: ->Social Challenges for the Mekong Region. PB:Chiang
Mai University: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2003. 1st Edition 448 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Books
continas a number of papers covering social issues facing the peoples of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand,
Vietnam, and China's Yunnan Province.
27741.) KARTINI, RADEN ADJENG: ->Letters of a Javanese Princess. PB:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1964.
Rep. Edition 246 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This edition has a preface by Eleanor Rossevelt.

9195.) KAYAM, UMAR: ->The Soul of Indonesia: A Cultural Journey. HC:Louisana State University Press: Baton
Rouge, LA, 1990. Rep. Edition 147 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Photographs by Harri Peccinotti.

32133.) KENNEDY, J.: ->Asian Nationalism in the Twentieth Century. Ex-library, a v/g plus copy.

27948.) KERLOGUE, FIONA: ->Arts of Southeast Asia. PB:Thames and Hudson: London, 2004. 224 pgs., $16
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Comprehensive introduction to Southeast Asia's arts and culture from prehistory to the
modern period. Contains 183 illustrations, 103 in color. Author is Deputy Keeper of Anthropology and Curator of
Asian Collections at the Horniman Museum in London.

32888.) KEYES, Eds. CHARLES F., LAUREL KENDALL and HELEN HARDACRE: ->Asian Visions of Authority:
Religion and the Modern States of East and Southeast Asia. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1994. 1ST
Edition 366 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

21412.) KING, CHARLES: ->Found In the Philippnes. HC:Hurst & Co.: New York, 1901. 342 pgs., $12 Inscription
on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy.

21419.) KING, JOHN KERRY: ->Southeast Asia In Perspective. HC:Macmillan Co.: New York, 1956. 1st Edition 309
pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

29954.) KLOSS, C. BODEN: ->In the Andamans and Nicobars: Adventures in Ethnology and Natural History. Wraps
trade ed., cover slightly faded, o/w a fine copy. A narrative in the schooner Terrapin of two scholars hunting for new
species on the islands off the coast of Burma. The book contains notes on the history of the islands, their fauna,
flora, geolgy and ethnology, and the anthropomorphy, customs and languages of the various tribes that inhabit
them.
26090.) KOHEN, ARNOLD S.: ->From the Place of the Dead: The Epic Struggle of Bishop Belo of East Timor. HC:St.
Martin's Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 331 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j

21378.) KRATOSKA, PAUL H.: ->The Japanese Occupation of Malaya, 1941-1945. HC:University of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 1997. 404 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

9020.) KRAUSE, GREGOR and KARL WITH: ->Bali: People and Art. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2000. REP.
Edition 273 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An English translation by Walter Tips of the popular second
edition of the book 'Bali' published in 1922. Includes photographs taken by Gregor Krause while he worked for the
Dutch on Bali from 1912 to 1914.
28236.) KROHN, WILLIAM O.: ->In Borneo Jungles: Among the Dyak Headhunters. PB:Oxford University Press:
Malaysia, 2001. Rep. Edition 327 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.
Author was a forensic surgeon with a commission from the Chicago Museum of Natural History to collect
ethnological specimens. This account among the Dyak people is more of an anthropological study of their culture.

2536.) LE MAY, REGINALD: ->The Culture of South-East Asia: The Heritage of India. HC:George Allen & Unwin: ,
1956. 2nd Edition 222 pgs., $25 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book focuses on how art of
Southeast Asia has been influenced by India. book has 210 black and white photos. Lacks maps found in the
original.
25719.) LE MEKONG AOUT 1995 ISSUE: ->Reporte Birmanie: Les Fils Du Lac Inle. PB:Editions du Mekong:
Phnom :enh, Cambodge, 1995. 28 pgs., $3 Wraps, a newspaper, a v/g copy. Title shows lead article in this issue.

8954.) LE ROUX, Eds. PIERRE & JACQUES IVANOFF: ->Le Sel De La Vie en Asie Du Sud-Est. HC:Prince of
Songkla University: Bangkok, 1993. 437 pgs., $35 A very fine copy.

32343.) LE ROUX, Eds. PIERRE, JEAN BAFFIE and GILLES BEULLIER: ->The Trade in Human Beings for Sex in
Southeast Asia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. 1ST Edition 488 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This
study brings together 28 senior scholars and experts to deal with the issue of slavery, prostitution and trafficking of
persons in Southeast Asia. Stiudy is divieded in 3 parts: (Part 1: A look at the past. ), (Part 2: Data from field studies
in human trafficking and prostitution), and Part 3 Deals with additonal related problems and suggests possible
responses).

23351.) LEEMING, DAVID: ->A Dictionary of Asian Mythology. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 2001. 3rd
Edition 232 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
9836.) LEGENDRE, A. F.: ->Dangerous Passes: Exploring Western China and the 1911 Revolution. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 311 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This is an account of the Legendre
Mission's travels of scientific and geographic discoverries in Szechan and the Tibetan Steppes.

4932.) LEITCH, MARY & MARGARET W.: ->Seven Years in Ceylon: Stories of Missionary Life. HC:American Tract
Society: New York, 1890. 170 pgs., $50 A recently professionly rebound title with original covers mounted on the
boards, a v/g plus copy. Book is richly illustrated by portraits and drawings.



5928.) LEWIS, Ed. JOHN WILSON: ->Peasant Rebellion and Communist Revolution in Asia. PB:Stanford
University Press: Stanford, CA, 1974. 364 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The book seeks to explain the
relationship of peasant rebellions, historically considered, and the Communist-led revolutionary movements that
became rooted in parts of Asia in the 20th century.
2540.) LEWIS, NORMAN: ->A Dragon Apparent: Travels In Indo-China. PB:Eland Publsihing Ltd.: London, 2003.
333 pgs., $19.95 Wraps, a trade size ed., a mint copy. Excellent travel account made of Vietnam, Laos and

20669.) LEWIS, PAUL W. and BAI BIBO: ->51 Hani Stories. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 160 pgs., $17.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The stories in this book are taken from th eDolnia (Luchun) dialect of Hani as spoken in

20843.) LEWIS, PAUL W. and BAI BIBO: ->Hani Cultural Themes. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 1st Edition
159 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book is about the Hani people living on the mountains of

20668.) LEWIS, PAUL W.: ->Akha Oral Literature. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 163 pgs., $21.95 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides an overview of oral literature of the Akha ethnic group of Southeast Asia.
Included the epic story of two brothers, the epic poem of creation, proverbs and an Akha lullaby.

9021.) LIANGWEN, ZHU: ->The Dai Or the Tai and Their Architecture and Customs in South China. PB:D D Books:
Bangkok, 1992. 140 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book deals with the architecture of the Dai people.

27521.) LOCHER-SCHOLTEN, ELSBETH: ->Sumatran Sultanate and Colonial State: Jambi and the Rise of Dutch
Imperialism, 1830-1907. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 2004. 332 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed.,

32327.) LOCHER-SCHOLTEN, ELSBETH: ->Sumatran Sultanate and Colonial State: Jambi and the Rise of Dutch
Imperialism, 1830-1907. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Work is translated from the Dutch by Beverley Jackson.

20146.) LONGMIRE, R. A.: ->Soviet Relations with South East Asia. HC:Keagan Paul Internatinal Ltd.: London,
1989. 1st Edition 176 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. A genreral survey beginning with the Tsarist
experience through the era of peaceful coexistence and the Gorbachev era.

28678.) LONGMUIR, MARILYN V.: ->Oil In Burma: The Extractions of Earth Oil to 1914. Slight fading of top edge
of front cover, o/w a fine copy .Book describes the early indigenous hand-dug wells near Yenangyaung and the

31945.) LUNDSTROM, HAKAN: ->I Will Send My Song: Kammu Vocal Genres In the Singing of Kam Raw. HC:NIAS
Press: Denmark, 2010. 1ST Edition 237 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study offers an
ethnomusicological presentation of one person's vocal performance of rather highly varied sets of words in different
manners of performance, and the use of these conpetences in communication with other singers. Included in this
book is a CD disk of muic and songs for I Will Send My Song.
3814.) MacGREGOR, JOHN: ->Through the Buffer State: Travels in Borneo, Siam, Cambodia, Malaya and Burma.
PB:White Lotus, Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. REP. Edition 290 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a ming copy. A record of travels
through Borneo, Siam, Malaya and Cambodia in 1895 by the author who was a British doctor. Very descriptive of
life in the rural areas during this time period.
2552.) MADSEN, AXEL: ->Silkroads: The Asian Adventures of Clara and Andre Malraux. HC:I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd.:
London, 1990. 299 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a v/g d/j.

21400.) MAJUPRIA, TRILOK CHANDRA: ->Sacred Animals of Nepal and India. PB:M. Devi: Lashkar, India, 2000.
Rev. Edition 241 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book discusses the sacred, symbolic and mythological
animlas of the Hindus and Buddhists. There are 25 color plates, 90 black/white pictures and 188 line drawings.

21399.) MAJUPURIA, TRILOK CHANDRA and INDRA: ->Erotic Themes of Nepal. PB:Craftsman Press: Bangkok,
1989. 220 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book is an analytical study and interpretatons of religious-based
sex expressions that have been misconstrued as pornography. Book includes 40 color plates 31 black/white pictures,
and 122 line drawings.
2553.) MALRAUX, ANDRE: ->Anti-Memoirs. HC:Holt Rinehart & Winston: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 437 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. One chapter of his book deals with Indochina.

2555.) MARTIN, EDWIN W.: ->Southeast Asia and China: The End of Containment. HC:Westview Press: Boulder,
Co., 1977. 114 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Book was prepared for the Center for Straegic and

30607.) McCLURE, H. ELLIOTT: ->Migration and Survvial of the Birds of Asia. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998.
REV. Edition 472 pgs., $79.95 PB:White Louts Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. REV. Edition 472 pgs., $69.95 A mint copy.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Tthis study contains information on 724 species from East, Southeast and South Asia.
Research initially done of banding and returns over a 11 years period, 1963-1974. Study covered 11 cuntries and
13 field stations. Contains 418 figurines, 147 tables and 96 color plates. Includes a list of references cited and a
apge index of all birds cited in the work.
2564.) McCOY, ALFRED W.: ->The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan,
Southeast Asia, Central America. PB:Lawrence Hill Books: Brooklyn, N.Y., 2003. REV. Edition 707 pgs., $19.5
Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. This is a revised and expanded edition of the author's 1972 book.

7333.) MELE, PIETRO FRANCESCO: ->Ceylon. HC:Edizioni Mediterranee Roma: Italy, n.d.. 76 pgs., $25 A v/g
copy in a hardcover cover with photographs pasted on. Contains 76 full page black and white photos.

33099.) MEYER, KARL E.: ->The Dust of Empire: The Race for Mastery in the Asian Heartland. HC:Public Affairs:
New York, 2003. 1st Edition 252 pgs., $3.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

5301.) MILLS, LENNOX A.: ->Southeast Asia: Illusion and Reality in Politics and Economics. HC:University of
Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN, 1964. 365 pgs., $6 Some underlining of pages, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.




20293.) MOORELAND, Ed. W. H.: ->Peter Floris: His Voyage to the East Indies in the Globe, 1611-1615. PB:White
Lotus Press, Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 164 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an account of a trading
mission on behalf of the British East India Company, the globe being the first English vessel to take part in trade
with the Bay of Bengal, and to sail through the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. First printed in 1934.

2173.) MOUHOT, M. HENRI: ->Travels in Siam, Cambodia, and Laos, Volume 1: Travelogue. PB:White Lotus
Press: Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 369 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains the Dedication, Preface
and Memoir of M. Henri Mouhot and the first 18 chapters found in the John Murray edition published in 1864 in
two volumes. This is not a fascimile edition however. Contains many illustrations found in the John Murray
edition and a fold-out map. Originally published as Travels in the Central Parts of Indo-China: Siam, Cambodia and
Laos during the Years 1858, 1859 and 1860.

24798.) MULLER, HENDRIK: ->Dr. Muller's Asian Journey: Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Yunnan (1907-1909).
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2004. Rep. Edition 222 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work
consists of translations by Carol Kersten of Dr. Muller's travel accounts, the first being written in 1912 and the second
part written in 1918. Being a part of the Netherlands' commercial elite, he had audiences the the kings of Thailand
and Cambodia. Accounts of these meetings are included in this work.
29124.) MUNAN, HEIDI: ->Sarawak Crafts: Methods, Materials, and Motifs. HC:Oxford University Press: Singapore,
2000. 3RD Edition 92 pgs., $10.95 A very fine copy in an illustrated laminated cover. No d/j. Contains 22 colour
photos and 40 b/w photos. Title is part of the Images of Asia series.

9495.) MUNSTERBERG, HUGO: ->Art of India and Southeast Asia. HC:Harry N. Abrams, Inc.: New York, 1970. 263
pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Every page contains either black & white or colour illustrations.

7501.) MYRDAL, GUNNAR: ->Asia Drama: An inquiry into the Poverty of Nations. HC:Twentieth Century Fund, Inc.:
New York, 1968. 2nd Edition 2284 pgs., $19.5 A three volume set, ex-library, al three copies are v/g.

28240.) NAKANISHI, NAN: ->Enviromental Identity: Towards Sustainable Development with Indigenous Australians.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 1st Edition 130 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study of
Aborigines in Australia and their adaption to the tropical rainforestenviroment. Author himself is a descendant of a
samurai family and holds a docotrate in enviromental studies.
19968.) NANCE, JOHN: ->The Gentle Tasady: A Stone Age People in the Philipine Rain Forest. HC:Quality,
Scientific and Travel Book Clubs: London, 1976. 465 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

2422.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1935, OCTOBER: ->By Motor Trail Across French Indo-China and 2. The Tricolor
Rules the Rainbow in French Indo-China. PB: National Geographic: Washington, DC, 1935. 0 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
magazine, a v/g copy. Articles by Maynard Owen Williams, 27 color photos and 32 black & white photos, a v/g copy.

2423.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1950, OCTOBER: ->Strife Torn Indochina. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Article
written by W. Robert Moore with 13 illustrations and map.

2574.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1952, SEPTEMBER: ->Indochina Faces the Dragon. PB:National Geographic
Society: Washington, DC, 1952. 0 pgs., $5 Wraps magazinwe, a v/g copy. Written by George W. Long and J. Baylor

4555.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1961, MAY: ->Indonesia: Young and Troubled Island Nation. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3
Article written by Helen and Frank Schreider.
2909.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1961, MAY: ->Indonesia: Young and Troubled Island Nation. PB:: , . 0 pgs.,
$2.5 Article is written by Helen and Frank Schreider.

2575.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1971, MARCH: ->The Lands and Peoples of Southeast Asia. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5
A v/g plus copy. Articles by Peter T. White, Wilhelm G. Solheim and W. E. Garrett.

4556.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1993, FEBRUARY: ->Mekong River. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 Article written by
Thomas O'Neil with photographs by Michael Yamashita.

3416.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->Asia and Adjacent Areas: March, 1951. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 Map is drawn
to the scale of 1:15,000,000 or 236.7 miles to the inch.

2579.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->Asia: March, 1971. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $6 Light soiling, o/w a v/g copy.
Produced by the Cartographic Division of the National Geographic Society. Scale 1:13,8l2,480 or 280 miles to the
inch. Size 32x37. On the back of this map, there is another map and charts titled Peoples of Mainland Southeast
Asia. In addition, there are protrayals of different ethnic groups with brief captions.

2580.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->Asia-Pacific, November, 1989. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A very fine copy.
Produced by the Cartographic Division of the National Geographic Society. Scale 1:45,870,000. Approximately 19'

2581.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->Southeast Asia, December, 1968. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $5 A fine copy.
Compiled and drawn by the Cartograhic Division of the National Geoggraphic Society. Scale: l:6,000,000 or 94.7

3056.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->Southeast Asia, May, 1961. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4 Scale 1:8,236,800 or
130 mile to the inch. Size approximately 25x19.'

3055.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAP: ->The Far East, September, 1952. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4 Scale 1:7,500,000
or 118.4 miles to the inch. Size approximately 29x40.'

8351.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: 1929, SEPTEMBER: ->Through Java in Pursuit of Color and (2) Java, Queen of
the East Indies. PB:``: , 1929. 0 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy. Articles written by W. Robert Moore, the first contaiing 10
illustrations and the second 29 natural color photographs.



6490.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: 1955, SEPTEMBER: ->This Young Giant, Indonesia. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g
copy. Written by Beverly M. Bowie and J. Baylor Roberts with 44 illustrations, 35 in natural color.

27573.) NOOR, Eds. ELINA & MOHAMED JAWHAR HASSAN:->Terrorism: Perspectives for the Asia Pacific.
PB:Instittue of Strategic & International Studies: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2002. 117 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a
fine copy. Book contains papers presented at a conference held in February of 2002 at Kuala Lumpur by the
Council for Security Co-operation in the Asia Pacific.
29247.) ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY OF THE PHILLIPPINES, ->Chinese and South-East Asian White Ware
Found in the Philippines. A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Book was published in connection with an exhibition
presented by the Oriental Ceramic Society of the Phillippines in Manila in March of 1993. Contains 50 colour
illustrations, 120 b/w illustrations, 17 figurines and 5 maps.

2589.) OSBORNE, MILTON E.: ->The French Presence In Cochinchina & Cambodia: Rule and Response, (1859-
1905). PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1997. REP. Edition 379 pgs., $30 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book
does not dwell on the histoy of the French conquest but rather focuses on the manner in which the French governed
each country, and the effect their rule had on the Vietnamese and Cambodians.


2184.) OSBORNE, MILTON: ->River Road to China: The Mekong River Expediton, 1866-73. HC:George Allen &
Unwin: London, 1975. 1st Edition 249 pgs., $7.5 Discard stamp mark onk on inside back cover, o/w a v/g plus copy
in a v/g d/j. An account of the Garnier Expedition which sought to seek a trade route up the Mekong to China.

8503.) OSBORNE, MILTON: ->The Mekong: Turbulent Past, Undertain Future. HC:Atlantic Monthly Press: New York,
2000. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is a first American edition. The author traces the
Mekong's dramatic history through the rise and fall of early Southeast Asian civilizations , the eras of colonization
and exploration and the wars of the twentieth century.
28233.) PADOCH, Eds. CHRISTINE and NANCY LEE ->Borneo In Transition: People, Forests, Conservation, and
Development. PB:Oxford University Press: Malaysia, 2003. 2nd Edition 346 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
This revised edition presents each original article in the 1996 edition, but adds brief papers that identify and
interpret many of the major events that shook the much of the island in the late 1990s.

20673.) PAL, PRATAPADITYAl: ->The Sensuous Immortals: A Selection of Sculptures from the Pan-Asian
Collection. PB:Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Los Angeles. CA, n.d.. 264 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Exhibits for this collection were held at Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver and Kansas City in 1978. There are 158
plates with captions in the this publication.
8881.) PAVIE MISSION, . ->Pavie Mission Reports: Travels in Laos and Among the Tribes of Southeast Indochina.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 446 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is Volume 6 of
the Pavie Mission Indochina Papers and this report is written by P. Cupet who was an army explorer and joined the
Pavie Mission in 1888., .
8279.) PAVIE MISSION, ->Pavie Mission Reports: Travels in Central Vietnam and Laos. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 337 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is volume 4 of a 7 part series of the
Pavie Mission Indochina Papers, 1879-1895. This portion of the papers were written by J. de Malglaive and J. J.
Riviere, two Army explorers that provide an overview of exploration work done in the central parts of Laos and
Vietnam. Translated from the French by Walter E.J. Tips.
7653.) PAVIE MISSION, AUGUSTE: ->Atlas of the Pavie Mission. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. 193 pgs.,
$35 Wraps trade size ed., 8 by 11 and half inches, a mint copy. This work comprises all the maps and itineraries
accompanying the texts of the seven orginal volumes published in the series Mission Pavie Indo-Chine, 1879-1895,
Geographie et Voyages. French and English sub-titles. This is volume 2 of a 7 part series on the Pavie Mission.
Explanatory notes to the Atlas Maps by Walter E.J. Tips.
8554.) PAVIE MISSION, PIERRE: ->Pavie Mission Reports: Travels in Upper Laos and on the Borders of Yunnan and
Burma. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 379 pgs., $30 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is
the fifth part of The Pavie Mission Indochina Papers (1879-1895). Written by a Pierre Lefevre-Pontalis, he had been
attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a graduate from the Ecole des langues orientales for Annamese and
Malay and accompanied Pavie, writing reports on the travels in upper Laos and the borders of Yunnan and Burma.
Translated by Walter E. J. Tips.

7882.) PAVIE, AUGUSTE: ->Mission Pavie Indo-Chine 1879-1895: Geographie et voyages VII. Journal de Marche
(188-1889)-Evenements du Siam (1891-1893). HC:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. Rep. Edition 376 pgs., $95
A mint copy. French text with plates from the original that was published in 1919 by Ernest Leroux in 1919.

7813.) PAVIE, AUGUSTE: ->Pavie Mission Exploration Work: Laos, Cambodia, Siam, Yunnan, and Vietnam..
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. 749 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. This is the first part of 7
parts of the Pavie Mission Indochina Papers, 1879-1895. Written by Pavie himself, this provides an overview of
exploration work done in Cambodia, Siam, Laos, and Tonkin. Translated Walter E.J. Tips.

7881.) PAVIE, AUGUSTE: ->Travel Reports of the Pavie Mission. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP.
Edition 759 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is the third OF six parts of the Pavie Mission Indochina
Papers (1879-18950. It includes Pavie's reports on his work in in upper Laos to the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
his vivid account of the destruction of Luang Prabang and parts of his diaries on the 1893 Paknam Gunboat Incident
which was the pretext the French need to detach the Laotian territories from Siam. Translated by Walter E.J. Tips.

7580.) PEFFER, NATHANIEL: ->The Far East: A Modern History. HC:University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, MI,
1958. 489 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy.

6541.) PEISSEL, MICHEL: ->The Last Barbarians: The Discovery of the Source of the Mekong in Tibet. HC:Henry
Holt & Co.: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 253 pgs., $12 PB:Souvenir Press: London, 2000. 253 pgs., $5 Wraps trade
ed., a v/g copy. An account of the 1994 discovery of the source of the Mekong by the author who has spent 40 years
traveling in Tibet.



20516.) PENDERS, C. L. M.: ->The West New Guinea Debacle: Dutch Decolonisation and Indonesia, 1945-1962.
HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2002. 1st Edition 490 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book is
a histroy which deals with the end of Dutch colonial rule, the early years of independent Indonesia, the West New
Guinea question, and the emergence of Papuan nationalism.

2599.) POLLOCK, J. C.: ->Earth's Remotest End. HC:Macmillian Company: New York, 1961. 1st Edition 320 pgs.,
$12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. Book is divided in four parts covering areas from Japan to Nepal. One part of 84
pages covers Burma, Thailand and Laos. In this section, there is an excellent descriptive account of a journey into
Southern Laos among the Kha in the late 50's. Even though it is written from a missionary perspective, it vividly
captures the places descirbed of that time period.

27742.) POWELL, HICKMAN: ->The Last Paradise. HC:Jonathan Cape: New York, 1930. 292 pgs., $12.5 A v/g
copy. In additon to the 292 pages, there are 32 pages of black and white photos by Andre Rossevelt.
2603.) PRATT, J. B.: ->The Pilgrimage of Buddism. HC:Macmilian Co.: New York, 1928. 1st Edition 758 pgs., $35
Just rebound in fine buckram binding, some foxing spots on inside pages, o/w a v/g plus copy.

27949.) PURANANANDA, Ed. JANE: ->The Secrets of Southeast Asian Textiles: Myth, Status, and the Supernatural.
PB:River Books Co. Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 215 pgs., $31.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a collection of
papers presented by 15 scholars at a symposium held by the James. H. W. Thomspon Foundation in Bangkok in
2005. Book has over 300 colur illustrations.
29191.) RAFFIN, ANNE: ->Youth Mobilization in Vichy Indochina and Its Legacies, 1940-1970.a PB:Lexington
Books: Lanham, MD, 2008. 1ST Edition 268 pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book focuses mainly on the
period of World War II and its immediate aftermath and it analyzes the causes and consequences of the the state-
sponsored partotic youth assocations created by the French during World War II . Extensive bibliography and with
extensive footnotes.

8560.) RAGHAVAN, Ed. V.: ->The Ramayana Tradition in Asia. HC:Sahitya Akademi: New Delhi, 1989. Rep.
Edition 727 pgs., $29.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book consists of papers presented at the International Seminar on
the Ramayana Tradition in Asia held at New Delhi in 1975.

21405.) RAPPAPORT, ROY A.: ->Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People. HC:Yale
University Press: New Haven, CT., 1968. 311 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

4557.) RAWSON, PHILIP: ->The Art of Southeast Asia. HC:Frederick A. Praeger: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 288
pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Contains 251 illustrations, 32 in color. Countires include Cambodia, Vietnam,
28237.) REID, ANTHONY: ->Witnesses to Sumatra: A Travellers' Anthology. PB:Oxford University Press: Singapore,
1995. 1st Edition 314 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book presents the most dramatic travel accounts
made to Sumatran throughout its history.


30291.) REUTER, THOMAS A.: ->Custodians of the Sacred Mountains: Culturre and Society in the Highlands of
Bali. HC:University Of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2002. 1ST Edition 400 pgs., $10.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
Book is the first comprehensive ethnography of the Bali Aga, a large ethnic minority that occupies the island's central
highlands.
30283.) RICKLEFS, M. C.: ->The Seen and Unseen World in Java, 1726-1749: History, Literature and Islam in the
Court of Pakubuwana II. HC:Univeristy Of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1998. 1ST Edition 391 pgs., $12.5 A mint
copy in a mint d/j. Author explores the nexus between religious belief and mundane behaviour in mid-eithteenth
century--exploding widely accepted stereotypes about the role of Islam in Javanese civilisation.

4108.) RICKOVER, RUTH MASTERS: ->Pepper, Rice, and Elephants: A Southeast Asian Journey From Celebes to
Siam. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 1975. 308 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. An illustrated
and entertaining travel account of Southeast Asia on the eve of Pearl Harbor by the wife of late Admiral H.G.
Rickover who accompanied her. They even made a trip into Laos to Pakse.

9266.) ROBEQUAIN, CHARLES: ->Photographic Impressions of French Indochina: Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos in
1930. PB:White Lotus Co. Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 172 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Contains 203 photographs of Inodchina from the 1930's. Robequain provides a brief introduction to Inodchina that
has been translated by Walter Tips. Originally published as 'La France Lointaine. Le Visage de la france' in 1930 in
the publication Horizons de France, Paris.
9859.) ROBINSON, HARRY: ->Monsoon Asia: A Geographical Survey. HC:Frederick A. Praeger Publishers: New
York, 1967. Rev. Edition 561 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

27504.) ROBSON, CRAUGl ->A Guide to the Birds of Southeast Asia: Thailand, Penninsular Malaysia, Singapore,
Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. HC:Princeton University Press: Princeton, 2000. 1st Edition 504 pgs.,
$69.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This work illustrates and describes 1,251 species found in the coutries named in
the title.
26471.) ROSALDO, Ed. RENATO: ->Cultural Citizenship in Island Southeast Asia: Nation and Belonging in the
Hinterlands. HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, 2003. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $10 PB:University of California
Press: Berkeley, 2003. 1ST Edition 228 pgs., $6 A mint copy. Wraps a trade size ed., a very fine copy.

2634.) ROSINGER, LAWRENCE K. and ASSOCIATES:->The State of Asia: A Contemporary Survey. HC:Alfred A.
Knopf: New York, 1953. 2nd Edition 546 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Chapter on Indochina by Hammer and
Thailand by Thompson. A very good overall survey as of 1953.

7661.) ROUX, EMILE: ->Searching for the Sources of the Irrawaddy with Prince Henri d'Orleans from Hanoi to
Calcutta Overland. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 267 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. The author was a geographer and a lieutenant of the French Navy who accompanied d'Orleans on his
exploration for the sources of the Irrawaddy.
9035.) SALISBURY, CHARLOTTE Y.: ->Asian Diary: A Personal Record of a Trip to the Far East. HC:Charles
Scribner's Sons: New York, 1967. 158 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Written in diary form on a trip to

20990.) SALOMON, RICHARD: ->Ancient Buddhist Scrolls from Gandhara: The British Library Kharosthi Fragments.
HC:University of Washington Press: Seattle, 1999. 273 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book provides a
detailed description and a survey of the contents of the 29 scrolls recently acquired by the British Library. Book
contains 59 fig., a glossary and in extensive list of references.

4940.) SANDERS, SOL: ->A Sense of Asia. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1969. 339 pgs., $2.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Saunders writes specifically as to the role the U.S. must play in Asia. He was a very knowledgable

21416.) SARGENT, WYN: ->People of the Valley: Life with a Cannibal Tribe in New Guinea. HC:Random House:
New York, 1974. 2nd Edition 302 pgs., $12.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An account
of a photo-journalist sojourn's in the Baliem Valley in Indonesian.

32061.) SARRANT, ALBERT: ->Indochina. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. REP. Edition 176 pgs., $35 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Text is in French and English as originally it was published in French only in 1930. Contains
the 96 illustrations of the original edition and in this reprint, 96 post cards dating back to the early 1900s are
included. Publication of this book was for the purpose of attacting tourist to Indochine.


2640.) SCALAPINO, Ed. ROBERT A.: ->The Communist Revoluton In Asia: Tactics, Goals and Achievements.
HC:Prentice-Hall, Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1965. 2nd Edition 405 pgs., $10 Light spots top edge, o/w a v/g
2201.) SCHAAF, C. HART and RUSSELL H. FIFIELD:->The Lower Mekong: Challenge to Cooperation in Southeast
Asia. PB:D. Van Nostrand Co.: Princeton, N.J., 1963. 136 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

2641.) SCHECTER, JERROLD: ->The New Face of Buddha: Buddhism and Politcal Power in Southeast Asia.
HC:Coward-McCann, Inc.: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 300 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book explores the
fusion of religion and politics in contemporary Buddhism. Written by a correspondent for Time.

20147.) SCHILLER, ANNE: ->Small Sacrifices: Religious Change and Cultural Identity Among the Ngaju of
Indonesia. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 178 pgs., $12 PB:Oxford University Press: New
York, 1997. 1st Edition 178 pgs., $6 A mint copy. Wraps a trade size ed., a mint copy.

7790.) SCHLOSSSTEIN, STEVEN: ->Asia's New Little Dragons: The Dynamic Emergence of Indonesia, Thailand,
and Malaysia. HC:Contemporary Books: Chicago, 1991. 370 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

27354.) SCHOBER, Ed. JULIANE: ->Sacred Biography in the Buddhist Traditions of south and Southeast Asia.
HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1997. 1st Edition 366 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is
an interdisciplinary collecton of essays that explores the biographical genre of the Buddhist Traditons of South and
Southeast Asia.
20289.) SCHWARZ, Eds. JURGEN, WILFRIED A. HERRMANU, and HANNS-FRANK SELLER:->Maritime Strategies in
Asia. PB:White Lotus Press Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 655 pgs., $42.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a major
study on maritime strategies in the Asian region and the technical co-operation possibilities with German maritime
industries. It provides an up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of the maritime strategic concepts and the naval
capabilities of the coastal countries of the Asia-Pacific region.


5367.) SEAGRAVE, STERLING: ->The Marcos Dynasty. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 485 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

2645.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->Time Out of Hand: Revolution and Reaction in Southeast Asia. HC:Harper & Row:
New York, 1969. 1st Edition 465 pgs., $4.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

20521.) SHIRAISHI, Ed. SAYA: ->Reading Southeast Asia. PB:Cornell SEAP Publications: Ithaca, NY, 1990. 188
pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. In this publication, a collection of Japanese scholars examine the
literature of and about Southeast Asia and its relationship to culture, history, and politics.

22940.) SHIRAISHI, Ed. TAKAHI: ->Approaching Suharto's Indonesia From the Margins. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia
Program: Ithaca, NY, 1994. 153 pgs., $16 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
5619.) SHIRAISHI, Eds. SAYA and TAKASHI: ->The Japanese in Colonial Southeast Asia. PB:Cornell Southeast
Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 1993. 172 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

26352.) SIEGEL, Eds. JAMES T. & AUDREY R. KAHIN: ->Southeast Asia Over Three Generations: Essays Presented
to Benedict R. O'G. Anderson. PB:Cornell SEAP Program: Ithaca, NY, 2003. 398 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. Contains 17 essays dealings with a number of countries in Sooutheast Asia.

23363.) SIEGEL, JAMES: ->Shadow and Sound: the Historical Thought of a Sumatran People. HC:Unvieristy of
Chicago Press: Chicago, 1979. 265 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. The book is a study of the Atjehnese
people living in northern Sumatra and their treatment of history through two epics and a folktale.

30246.) SITTHU, HTILAR: ->O Withered Leaf From the River Mekong and Other Poems. Wraps trade ed., though
it is the size of American mass market editoins, a v/g copy. Title received the Sarpay Beikman award for the potry
book of the year 1961. Indochina Venute Forum of Japan acclaimed author to be The Great Poet Laureate.the

2649.) SITWELL, SACHEVERELL: ->Great Temples of the East: The Wonders of Cambodia, India, Siam and Nepal.
HC:Ivan Obolensky, Inc.: New York, 1963. 1st Edition 284 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a good d/j. Front of d/j had
been torn and repaired resulting in creasing of front.


2668.) SMITH, Ed. ROGER M.: ->Southeast Asia: Documents of Politcal Development and Change. HC:Cornell
University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1974. 608 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Excellent reference for the events


9881.) SOTHEBY'S CATALOGUE: ->Indian and Southeast Asian Art. PB:Sotheby's: New York, 1994. 184 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Sale for June 4, 1994, 384 items listed.

7856.) SOUTHEAST ASIA CHRONICLE and PACIFIC RESEARCH: ->Changing Role of Southeast Asian Women.
PB:SEA Resourse Center & Pacific Studies Center: Berkely & Mountian View, CA, 1979. 27 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. This
is a special joint issue of the Southeast Resource Center and Pacific Research Center.

28303.) SPECTOR, RONALD H.: ->In the Ruins of Empire: The Japanese Surrender and the Battle for Postwar Asia.
HC:Random House: New York, 2007. BC Edition 358 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

2670.) ST CARTMAIL, KEITH: ->Exodus Indochina. PB:Heinemann Publishers: New Zealand, 1983. 309 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book describes the plight of refugees as they fled from Indochina.

2674.) STEINBERG, Ed. DAVID JOEL: ->In Search of Southeast Asia. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI,
1987. REV. Edition 590 pgs., $25 Wraps a trade size ed., a mint copy. Contributors to this volume are David K.
Wyatt, Robert h. Taylor, John R. W. Smail, Alexander Woodside, William R. Roff, David Joel Steinberg, and David
P. Chandler.
32890.) STEPHEN, MICHELE: ->Desire, Divine and Demonic: Balinese Mysticism in the Paintings of I Ketut and I
Gusti Nyoman Mirdana. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2005. 1ST Edition 179 pgs., $17.5 A mint

26599.) STONOR, CHARLES: ->The Sherpa and the Snowman. HC:Hollis & Carter: London, 1955. 1st Edition 209
pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g /dj.

3369.) SUGIYAMA, Eds. SHINYA and MIGAGROS C, GUERRERO:->International Commercial Rivalry in Southeast
Asia in the INterwar Period. PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, Ct., 1994. 1st Edition 222
pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade size ed., mint as purchased new. A collection of eight essays that provide an overall picture
of the international economic rivalry which arose in Southeast Asia in the 1920s and 1930s, and to evaluate in a
wider historical perspective the significance of Japan's southward advance into the area.

4564.) SWAAN, WIM: ->Lost Cities of Asia. HC:G.P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 175 pgs., $15 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The book covers the lost cities in Ceylon, Burma and Cambodia. Photographs are both in color
and black and white, 103 plates and 18 illustrations.

9376.) SWEARER, DONALD K.: ->Southeast Asia. PB:Dushkin Publishing Group: Guilford, CT, 1984. 118 pgs., $6
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

21569.) TANNENBAUM, Eds. NICOLA and CORNELIA ANN KAMMERER:->Founders' Cults in Southeast Asia:
Ancestors, Polity, and Identity. PB:Yale Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT., 2003. 1st Edition 373 pgs., $27
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This study analyzes founders' cults as political rituals in the uplands and lowlands of
mainland and insular Southeast Asia, treated both as a region and as the locus of particular social, religious, and
political histories.

21582.) TAPP, NICHOLAS and DON COHN: ->The Tribal Peoples of Southwest China: Chinese Views of the Other
Within. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2003. 1st Edition 145 pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains
a collection of paintings from the Miao albums of the late 18th and 19th centuries that provide a wealth of
ethnographic detail on the ordinary, everyday lives of people like the Hmong and other Miao groups, the Yao and
the Yi. A text accompanies each plate which are in color. There are 53 full page color plates.


21421.) TAPP, NICHOLAS: ->The Hmong of China: Context, Agency, and the Imaginary. PB:Brill Academic
Publishers, Inc.: Boston, 2003. 1st Edition 538 pgs., $48 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study is based on Nicholas
Tapp's extensive fieldwork in a Hmong village in Sichuan in China..

25927.) TARLING, NICHOLAS: ->Britain, Southeast Asia and the Impact of the Korean War. PB:Univeristy of
Singapore Press: Singapore, 2005. 538 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., slight soiling bottom edge of back cover, o/w a
very fine copy. This volume by Tarling discusses Britian's policy toward Southeast Asua in the period of 1950-1955.

9553.) TAYLOR, Ed. R. H.: ->The Politics of Elections in Southeast Asia. PB:Cambridge University Press: New
York, 1996. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This book brings together 10 case studies of
multiparty elections since the 1940s held in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Burma, Thailand, and
Cambodia.
9855.) TAYLOR, Ed. ALICE: ->Focus On Southeast Asia. HC:Praeger Publishers: New York, 1972. 229 pgs., $10
PB:Praeger Publishers: New York, 1972. 229 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Book is published in cooperation with the American Geographical Society.

9105.) TAYLOR, Ed. NORA A.: ->Studies in Southeast Asian Art: Essays in Honor of Stanley J. O'Connor.
PB:Southeast Asia Program Publications: Ithaca, NY, 2000. 243 pgs., $39.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The
contributors in this book study the creation, use, and local significance of works of art, illumination the many complex
lings between an object's aesthetic qualities and its origins in a community.

27481.) TAYLOR, ERIC: ->Musical Instruments of South-East Asia. HC:Oxford University Press: Kuala Lumpur, 2004.
4th Edition 84 pgs., $9.95 A very fine copy with laminated cover.
Title is part of the Images of Asia series.

5777.) TENHULA, JOHN: ->Voices from Southeast Asia: The Refugee Experience in the United States. HC:Holmes &
Meier Publishers: New York, NY, 1991. 247 pgs., $10 A v/gplus copy in a plus d/j. Book is part of the Ellis Island
series and tells the stories of Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian refugees.




21430.) THEOPHILE, Eds. ERICH and NIELS GUTSCHOW: ->The Sulima Pagoda: East Meets West in the
Restoration of a Nepalese Temple. PB:Weatherhill: Turnbull, CT, n.d.. 138 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. A collection of nine experts on approaches to restoraton of historical buildings, focusing on the Sulima Pagoda
in the Katamandu Valley. Well illustrated.
8832.) THOREL, CLOVIS: ->Agriculture and Ethnobotany of the Mekong Basin. PB:White Lotus Co., Ltd.: Bangkok,
2001. REP. Edition 225 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is the fourth volume of the Mekong
Exploration Commission Report that was conducted during the years of 1866-1868. It presents an overview of
agriculture, horticulture, forestry, dye and textile plants, medicinal plants, and discusses the main trade crops of the
countries of the wider Mekong Valley, including Yunnan, Vietnam, Laos, northeast Thailand, and Cambodia.


27527.) THURGOOD, Ed. GRAHAM W.: ->Papers From the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics
Society, 1999. PB:Arizona State University, SEAsian Studies: Tempe, AZ, 2001. 392 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a
4467.) TILMAN, Ed. ROBERT O.: ->Man, State and Society in Contemporary Southeast Asia. PB:Praeger
Publishers, Inc.: New York, 1969. 631 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., soiling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. Book contains a

2545.) TIME LIFE BOOKS, ->Southeast Asia. HC:Time, Inc..: Alexandria, VA, 1987. 160 pgs., $10 A fine copy.
Countries covered are Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia. Book is part of the

23992.) TIME-LIFE, Eds. ->Southeast Asia: A Past Regained. HC:Time-Life Books: Alexandria, VA, 1995. 1st
Edition 168 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy.

23773.) TINGLEY, NANCY: ->Doris Duke: The Southeast Asian Art Collection. HC:Foundation for Southeast Asian Art
& Culture: New York, 2003. 104 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This book contains 76 color plates and 20

4941.) TINKER, HUGH: ->South Asia: A Short History. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI., 1990. 2nd
Edition 290 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

2689.) TRAGER, Ed. FRANK N.: ->Marxism In Southeast Asia: A Study of Four Countries. HC:Stanford University:
Stanford, Ca., 1959. 381 pgs., $12 A v/g copy. John Seabury Thomson writes on Burma, David A. Wilson on
Thailand, I. Milton Sacks on Vietnam and Jeanne S. Mintz on Indonesia. Trager defines the study and gives a
historical overview on the impact of Marxism.
20406.) TURTON, Ed. ANDREW: ->South-East Asia. HC:Danbury Press: , 1973. 144 pgs., $6 Library binding, a v/g
plus copy. This is volume eleven of the Peoples of the Earth series. Every country in Southeast Asia is included in
this volume, including some major tribal groups that live in several countries such as the Hmong.

8568.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ->United States Policy Toward Asia. PB:Government Printing
Office: Washingotn, DC, 1966. 582 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.[ This is a report of the Subcommittee on
the Far East and Pacific of Committee on Foreign Affairs.

20453.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Security Agreements and Commitments Abroad.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 28 pgs., $2.5 Wraps photocopeied print, a v/g plus copy.
This is a report to the Committee On Foreign Relations by the Subcommittee On Security Agreements and
Commitments Abroad. Countries included are Philippines, Laos, Thailand, and others. Does not cover Vietnam.

20137.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->United States Security Agreements and
Commitments Abroad: The Republic of the Philippines. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971.
362 pgs., $10 Wraps original in sprial binding, a v/g copy. Hearings werre held beginning on September 30th, 1969.
Portions of the hearing remain classified.
2703.) U.S. SENATE: SUBCOMMITTEE ON SECURITY AGREEMENTS and COMMITMENTS ABROAD: ->Report to
the Committee On Foreign Relations: U.S. Senate. PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1970. 28

6462.) UNION OF BURMA PUBLICATION, ->The Forest Manual. HC:Union of Burma: Rangoon, 1961. 321 pgs.,
$25 Ex-library, rebound, a v/g copy. This publication contains The Forest Act ( Burma Act IV, 1902) as amended
byt he Forest Amemdment Act (Burma Act IV, 1906) and the Forest Amendment Act (Burma Act I, 1912), by the
Devolution Act, 1920 (India Act No. XXXVIII of 1920), by the Government of Burma (Adaptation of Laws) Order,
1937, by the Burma Laws (Adaptation) Act, 1940 (Burma Act XXVII,) 1940 and by the Forest (Amendment) Acts,
1926, 1938, and 1941 and the Rules, Notifications and Orders ThereUnder.

20989.) VAN FENEMA, JOYCE, JIM SUPANGKAT, ALICE GUILLERMO, CID REYES, SUSIE WONG, AND APINAN-
>Southeast Asian Art Today. HC:Roeder Publications Pte. Ltd.: Singapore, 1996. 256 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a
mint d/j. This volume introduces the works and ideas of the most promising artists of Southeast Asia as they seek to
explore the forms and functions borrowed from Western cultural traditions. Well illustrated with richly colored
illustrations. Countries included are Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

22768.) VAN KOOIJ, KAREL R.: ->ABIA South and Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology Index, Volume I.
HC:Kegan Paul International: London, 1999. 597 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

2707.) VANDENBOSCH, AMRY and RICHARD A. BUTWELL:->Southeast Asia Among the World Powers.
HC:University of Kentucky Press: Lexington, 1958. 360 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a soiling of outside cover, o/w a v/g

26319.) VICKERS, ADRIAN: ->Travelling to Bali: Four Hundred Years of Journeys. PB:Oxford University Press:
Kuala Lumpur, 1994. 278 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An anthology covering 400 years of journeys,
including reports of the 1597 Dutch first fleet, Francois Valentijn's baroque account of slavery and sodomy, and the
reflections of balinese writers on what was happening to their island in the 1970s and 1980s.

28517.) VICKERS, Ed. ADRIAN: ->Being Modern in Bali: Image and Change. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A
collection of eight essays organized around the theme of perceptions of modernity and tradition in Bali.

2710.) VON DER MEHDEN, FRED R.: ->South-East Asia: 1930-1970, The Legacy of Colonialism and Nationalism.
PB:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 144 pgs., $7.5 rWraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is part of
28039.) VON SCHERZER, KARL: ->With the Austrian Frigate Novara in the Nicobar Islands (1858). PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. Rep. Edition 114 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Work is excerpted from the popular
version of a report by Dr. von Scherzer on the round-the-world expedition carried out between 1857 and 1859 that
was sponsored by the Austrian government.,
23705.) WAGNER, ROY: ->An Anthropology of the Subject: Holographic Worldview in New Guinea and Its Meaning
and Significance for the World of Anthropolog HC:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley, 2001. 1st Edition 267

27761.) WAHSALFELAH, SITI NORKHALBI HAJI: ->Textiles and Identity in Brunei Darussalam. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 132 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study examines the role traditional textiles
have played in modern Brunei Darusalam. Book includes 75 color photogrpahs.

2711.) WAIN, BARRY: ->The Refused: The Agony of the Indochina Refugees. HC:Simon & Schuster: Nw York, 1981.
1st Edition 288 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

22974.) WALKER, III WILLIAM O.: ->Opium and Foreign: The Anglo-American Search for Order in Asia: 1912-1954.
HC:University of NOrth Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1991. 1st Edition 345 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j.
Book sets opium as a foreign policy issue within the context of opium as a social and economic problem.

29909.) WANGSGARD, Ed. DAVID B.: ->Culture and Development in Southeast Asia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 2550 pgs., $37.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of papers on 5 ethnic
groups in Thailand including the Lahu, the Lue , the Palaung, the Thai and the Black Tai. Further chapters address
the Toraya of Sulawesi, Indonesia: the Kalinga of Luzon, the Philippines: the Giay, Hmong and Dao of Lao Cai
Province, Vietnam: and Nung Phan Sling of Lang Son Province, Vietnam.
2716.) WARNER, DENIS: ->The Last Confucian. HC:Angus & Robertson Ltd.: London, 1963. 274 pgs., $12
PB:Penguin Books: Middlesex, England, 1964. 327 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy.

27358.) WATSON, C. W. and ROY ELLEN: ->Understanding Witchcraft and Sorcery in Southeast Asia. HC:University
of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1993. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

2718.) WAUGH, ALEC: ->Hot Countries. HC:Quinn & Boden Co.: Rahway, N.J., 1930. 304 pgs., $15 Literary Guild
edition, a v/g copy. Woodcuts by Lynd Ward. Account of travels to Tahiti, Siam, Martinque and Ceylon.

27355.) WEINER, JAMES F.: ->The Lost Drum: The Myth of Sexuality in Papua New Guinea and Beyond.
PB:University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, WI, 1995. 1st Edition 199 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book
provides a provocative analysis of myth and ritual in Papua New Guinea societies.

2913.) WELLS, CARVETH: ->Six Years in the Malay Jungle. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1925. 261 pgs., $12
A v/g copy. py. Account of an engineer who went to the Malay Peninsula to survey for a railroad route in 1913 and
he had to remain there for 7 years because of the outbreak of World War I.

9840.) WHITFIELD, SUSAN: ->Life Along the Silk Road. PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1999. 2nd
Edition 242 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book ecounts the history of the easter Silk Road, from
Samarkand to Chang'an. Illustrated and photos.

32488.) WHYTE, B. R.: ->The Railway Atlas of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2010. 1ST Edition 224 pgs., $47.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book presents detailed maps depicting every
knownrailway, tramway and mass transit line, public or private, past and present in these 3 countries.They are
bilingual maps that locate and name every station in both local and Romanized scripts. It also provides a detailed
commentary on their conception and construction, notable features such as tunnels, bridges and spurs as well as a
chronology, station listing, and reference list. Includes also stories on such noted railways as the Khone Island
railway in Laos, the two Japanese Death Railways to Burma and special King Rama VI's personal tramway to his

32876.) WIJAYA, MADE: ->Architecture of Bali: A Source Book of Traditional and Modern Forms. A mint copy in a
mint d/j. Author draw on his archives over the past 30 years to present a visual study of Balinese architecture: its
Origins, elements, variations and vararies.

26351.) WILLFORD, Eds. ANDREW C. & KENNETH M. GEORGE:->Spirited Politics: Religion and Public Life in
Contemporary Southeast Asia. PB:Cornell SEAP Program: Ithaca, NY, 2005. 210 pgs., $28.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. The essays in this book throws light on predicaments that spring from the intersection of religion, ethnicity,
and nationalism in contemporary Southeast Asian public life. Countries covered are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand,
and the Philippines.
6109.) WILLIAMS, LEA: ->Southeast Asia: A History. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1976. 299 pgs., $10
Sale stamp on foreedge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $6.00, several pages have penciled underlining,

21389.) WILSON, A. JEYARATNAM: ->S. J. V. Chelvanayakam and the Crisis of Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism,
1947-1977: A Political Biography. HC:Unvieristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1994. 149 pgs., $10 A mint copy

28515.) WINARTO, YUNITA TRIWARDANI: ->Seeds of Knowledge: The Beginning of Integrated Pest Managmeent
in Java. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An account of how rice farmers in Java experienced rice stem borers and the
how pest management procedures led to changes in the farmers' knowledge of pests, followed by change in their
pracitces of farming.
20036.) WINZELER, Ed. ROBERT L.: ->Indigenous Peoples and the State: Politics, Land, and Ethnicity in the
Malyayan Peninsula and Borneo. HC:Yale Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1997. 316 pgs., $25 A mint
copy. Book contains 10 essays related to the indigenous minorities of the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo.

30194.) WOLTERS, O. W.: ->Early Southeast Asia: Selected Essays. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of
11 essays. Craig J. Reynolds was the editor for this publication.

6282.) YAMADA, ISAMU: ->Tropical Rain Forests of Southeast Asia: A Forest Ecologist's View. PB:University of
Hawai'i Press: Honolulu, 1997. 1st Edition 392 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

8358.) YATES, STEVE: ->The Nature of Borneo. HC:Facts On File: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 208 pgs., $12
Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Book has a very incisive text and excellent color
photographs by Terry Domico which closely examine the facts and myths of Borneo.

20459.) YEAGER, RUTH MARIE and MARK IVAN JACOBSON:->Textiles of Western Timor: Regional Variations in
Historical Perspective. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 324 pgs., $59.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is
a comprehensive study of the varied textile traditons of the people of Western Timor. Book contains nerly 150 black
and white photos, 33 maps, 26 gfigures showing comparative motifs by type or locations, and 240 color photographs
of textiles.
22937.) YOUNG, KEN: ->Islamic Peasants and the State: The 1908 Anti-Tax Rebellion in West Sumaatra. PB:Yale
Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1994. 361 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the

25455.) YOUNG, MICHALE W.: ->Magicians of Manumanua: Living Myth in Kalauna. HC:University of California
Press: Berkeley, CA, 1983. 1st Edition 317 pgs., $17.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

6345.) YOUNGBLOOD, ROBERT: ->Marcos Against the Church: Economic Development and Political Repression in
the Philippines. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, NY, 1990. 211 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j.

31562.) YUKIO, Eds. HAYASHI and THONGSA SAYAVONGKHAMDY: ->Cultural Diversity and Conservation in the
Making of Mainland Southeast Asia and Southwestern China: Regional Dynamics in the Past and Present. Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Most of the papers deal with topics related to Thailand, Laos with several on Yunnan
Province. Papers were given at a conference held In Luang Prabang in February of 2002.

9745.) YUKIO, Eds. HAYASHI and YANG GUANGYUAN: ->Dynamic of Ethnic Cultures Across National Boundaries in
Southwestern China and Mainland Southeast Asia: Relations, Societies, and PB:Ming Muang Printing House:
Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2000. 277 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book is a collection of revised papers
originally presented at an international workshop on 'Dynamics of Ethnic Cultures Across National Boundaries in
Southwestern China and Mainland Southeast Asia held at Kunming, China in 1999.


23945.) ZAGORIA, Ed. DONALD S.: ->Soviet Policy in East Asia. PB:Yale Univeristy Press: New Haven, CT, 1982.
2nd Edition 360 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of essay, including one chapter on Southeast Asia

2733.) ZASLOFF, Ed. JOSEPH J.: ->Postwar Indochina: Old Enemies and New Allies. PB:Foreign Service Institute:
Washington, D.C., 1988. 290 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A publication of the Foreign Service Institute.


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