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23581.) ->The Akha Journal of the Golden Triangle, October 2003 Issue. PB:Akha Heritage Foundation: Salem,
OR, 2003. 271 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

30242.) ->Thailand Coins and Bangkok Catalogue in King Rama 9 Period; The Collection of Supamas
Sukkamacharoen. Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Bank notes are in color and a large number of coins as well.

22536.) ACOCELLA, Ed. JOAN: ->Mission to Siam: The Memoirs of Jessie MacKinnon Hartzell. HC:Univeristy of
Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2001. 1st Edition 157 pgs., $15 PB:Univeristy Of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2001. 1st
Edition 157 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An memoir of a wife of a missionary to Northern
Thailand, beginning in 1912.
7867.) AIR AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Air Facilities Data: Thailand. PB:Air America: Thailand, 1971. 84 pgs.,
$15 A photcopied reprint in the same handbook format used by Air America personnel.

31564.) AMANTEA, FRANCO: ->Dress, Textiles, and Identity of the Black Tai of Loei Province, Northeast Thailand.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 100 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study
examines the contemporary role of traditonal and tradition based Black Tai textiels and dress as material and
symbolic representations of Black Tai ethnic and socio-cultural identity. Contain 83 color plates. Study if of Material
Cultures of Southeast Asia edited by Michael C. Howard.
2266.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES ->Thailand: A Country Study. HC:Government Printing
Office: Washington, D.C., 1981. 5th Edition 352 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy.

3159.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES PROGRAM:->Area Handbook for Thailand.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1968. 558 pgs., $12.5 Vinyl cover, a v/g copy. Research and
writing completed was completed in May of 1967.

6270.) ANTONIO, J: ->The 1904 Traveller's Guide to Bangkok and Siam. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1997.
104 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. J. Antonio was a prominent photographer of King Chulalongkorn's reign.
Book contiains 75 choice illustrations.

3780.) AYER, MARGARET: ->Made in Thailand. HC:Alfred A Knopf: New York, 1964. 242 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a
v/g copy. A background book on Thailand for the general reader. Illustrations by the author and photographs.

8563.) AYMONIER, ETIENNE: ->Isan Travels: Northeast Thailand's Economy in 1883-1884. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 339 pgs., $30 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author was a specialist in Cambodian
studies and travelled extensively in Northeast Thailand with Cambodian assistants. First published in two volumes
in 1895 and 1897. Translated by Walter E.J. Tips.
8710.) AYMONIER, ETIENNE: ->Khmer Heritage in Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition
266 pgs., $23.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. This book covers the Menam Chao Phraya Basin, Nakhon
Ratchasima or Korat Province, the Isan Provinces, the country between the Moon River and the Dangrek Mountains,
and the area aroudn Bassac. Translated by Walter Tips.
9834.) AYMONIER, ETIENNE: ->Khmer Heritage in the Old Siamese Provinces of Cambodia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 302 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., cover has light fading, o/w a fine copy. The provinces
included in this work are Melou Prey, Sisophon, Battambang, and Siem Reap. Translated by Walter Tips.

31571.) BAKER, CHRIS AND PASUK PHONGPAICHIT: ->A History of Thailand. PB:Cambridge University Press:
New York, 2009. 2nd Edition 315 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This second editon covers the coup of
of 2006 and the restoraton of an elected government in 2008.

27478.) BAKER, CHRIS: ->A History of Thailand. PB:Cambridge University Press: New York, 2005. 301 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides an overview of the the political, economic, social, and economic

27514.) BALL, DESMOND & DAVID SCOTT MATHIESON:->Militia Redux Or Sor and the Revival of Paramilitarism
in Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 450 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book is a
critique of the current resurgence of paramilitarism in Thailand.

22941.) BALL, DESMOND: ->The Boys in Black: The Thahan Phran (Rangers), Thailand's Para-Military Border
Guards. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 1st Edition 258 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book
is a study of the Rangers, a volunteer organization founded by the Royal Thai Army in 1978 to combat communist
insurgency.
20476.) BANGKOK TIMES: ->The 1894 Directory for Bangkok and Siam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1996.
Rep. Edition 188 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A reference work that provides information abut weights
and measures, Siamese festivals, postage and telegraph tariffs, notes on ancient and modern history of Siam, and
includes official and general directories. Book has an introduction by Walter Tips.


25640.) BERNATZIK, HUGO ADOLF: ->Moken and Semang 1936-2004: Persistence and Change. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2005. 172 pgs., $34.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a new editon of the first part of
Bernatizik's work The Spirits of the Yellow Leaves that was originally published in 1938. Jacques Ivanoff provides an
introduction and describes how the Moken survived the Tsunami of December 2004.

25512.) BERNATZIK, HUGO ADOLF: ->The Spirits of the Yellow Leaves: The Enigmatic Hunter-Gatherers of
Northern Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2005. Rep. Edition 175 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This is a travel account and documentary work by the Austrian ethnographer and photographer Hugo A.
Bernatzik who travelled in Northern and Southern Thailand during 1937-1938.




9056.) BICKNER, ROBERT J.: ->An Introduction to the Thai Poem 'Lilit Phra Law,' The Story of King Law.
PB:Center Southeast Asian Studies, NIU: Dekalb, IL, 1991. 254 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Another
copy, $7.50, tips of cover slightly bent, o/w a v/g copy. This study examines the text of the Lilit Phra Law and the
verse forms used to create it, as well as the criticism made of it by contemporary scholars, expecially from the point
of view of linguiistic analysis.
22691.) BOTAN, ->Letters From Thailand. PB:Silkworm Books: Bangkok, 2002. Rep. Edition 410 pgs., $17.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.v/g copy. A novel that won the SEATO international prize for literature in 1970.

21853.) BOULBET, JEAN:Hjea ->Khao Phra Thaew: Wildlife Park and Forest Reserve. PB:Andaman Offset Phuket:
Thailand, n.d.. 80 pgs., $17.5 Wrpas trade ed., a fine copy. Text in French and English with some Thai text. Color
and black and white photos. Pulication done in cooperation with the French Embassy and the Thialnd Wildlife Park
Chief. Author is associated with th eEcole Francaise d'Extreme Orient.

4898.) BOWIE, Ed. KATHERINE A.: ->Voices From the Thai Countryside: The Short Stories of Samruam Singh.
PB:Center for Southeast Asian Studies: University Wisconsin, Madison, 1991. 127 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Samruam Singh stories convey the agony of the Thai countryside under the pressure of the rapid social and
economic changes occurring in the 1970s.

22301.) BOWIE, KATHERINE A.: ->Rituals of National Loyalty: An Anthropology of the State and the Village Scout
Movement in Thailand. PB:Columbia University Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 393 pgs., $23.5 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. An anthropological study of the Village Scout movement in Thailand to counter a growing
communist insurgency.
6398.) BOZMAN, RON: ->Frommer's Comprehensive Travel Guide: Bangkok. PB:Macmillan: New york, 1994. 2nd
Edition 244 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
7135.) BROMAN, SVEN: ->Shadows of Life: Nang Talung, Thai Popular Shadow Theatre. HC:White Orchid Press:
Bangkok, Thailand, 1996. 103 pgs., $29.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book contains 147 illustrations of Thai
Shadow Theatre along with an index of Thai names and terms.


31880.) BROWN, J. MARVIN: ->From Ancient Thai to Modern Dialects. PB:White Lotus: Bangkok, 2007. 2nd
Edition 264 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book has charts, together with a map and a family tree (on
folded-out sheets for simultaneous inspection), provide a complete view of the phonological history of 60 Thai
dialects.
27614.) BRUN, VIGGO and TROND SCHUMACHER:->Traditional Herbal Medicine in Northern Thailand. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. 375 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a comprehensive analysis of
the herbal medical traditon in rural Thailand. The appendix lists about 540 medicinal plants along with their
claimed medical properties.
20477.) BULS, CHARLES: ->Siamese Sketches. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. Rep. Edition 154 pgs., $25
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a travel account by the author to Siam in 1900. He was the former mayor of
Brussels and saw himself as a noted world traveller.

30427.) BUNNAG, Eds. TEJ and MICHAEL SMITHIES: ->In Memoriam: Phya Anuman Rajadhon. Wraps trade ed.,
a v/g copy. Phya Anuman Rajadhon was a former President of the Sian Society. Noted contributors are David K.
Wyatt, Charles Keyes, Lucien and jane Hanks and many others.

30293.) CATE, SANDRA: ->Making Merit, Making Art: A Thai Temple in Wimbledon. HC:University of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 2003. 1ST Edition 218 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An ethnographic study of art-making at
Wat Buddhapadipa, a Thai Buddhist temple in Wimbledon, England. It explores contemporary art at the crossroads
of identiy, authority, and value, art produced between 1984-1992 by 26 young Thai artists.

32346.) CHAISANG, CHATURON: ->Thai Democracy In Crisis: 27 Truths. PB:Institute of Democratization Studies:
Bangkok, 2009. 1St Edition 265 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author deals with the activites of former
Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. He also provides an analysis of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD-
Yellow Shirts, and United Front for Democarcy Against Dictatorship (UDD-the Red Shirts).

28612.) CHAKRABONGSE, CHULA: ->The Twain Have Met: An Eastern Prince Came West. HC:G. T. Foulis & Co.,
Ltd.,: London, 1957. 2ND Edition 299 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

31914.) CHINDARSI, NUSIT: ->The Religion of the Hmong Njua. PB:Siam Society: Bangkok, 1976. 1ST Edition
197 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study is based on a field study by of communiites in Thailand, carried
out during the period of Decmber 1964 to Decmeber 1967.

26318.) CHIRAPRAVATI, ML PATTARATORN: ->Votive Tablets in Thailand: Origin, Styles and Uses. HC:Oxford
University Press: Kuala Lumpur, 1997. 83 pgs., $19.5 A fine copy with a laminated decorated color cover. No
d/j.. This book focuses on the origin, development of styles, and uses of votive tablets in Thailand from their
introduction in the sixth century to their present role in the almost universal Thai practice of wearing amulets. Book
is part of the Images of Asia series.
2282.) CHU, VALENTIN: ->Thailand Today: A Visit to Modern Siam. HC:Thomas Y. Crowell Co.: New York, 1968.
200 pgs., $7.5 Book in slipcase, a fine copy. Book has 48 pages of color photographs.

9425.) COHEN, ERIK: ->The Chinese Vegetarian Festival in Phuket: Religion, Ethnicity and Tourism on a Southern
Thai Island. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 211 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., slight fading edges of front cover,
o/w a fine copy The author's analysis on the festival is focused on the interrelationship between the dynamics of the
festival, Chinese ethnicity in contemporary Thailand, and the development of tourism on the island of Phuket.

21527.) COHEN, ERIK: ->The Commercialized Crafts of Thailand: Hill Tribes and Lowland Villages. HC:University of
Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2000. 316 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Richly ilustrated with 15 color plates
and 117 black and white photographs.



27505.) CONNORS, MICHAEL KELLY: ->Democracy and National Identity in Thailand. PB:Nordic Institute of
Asian Studies: Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007. Rev. Edition 293 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study
provides readers with an insightful discussion of how debates about democracy and national identity in Thailand
have evolved from the period of counter-insurgency in the 1960s to the current period.

19978.) CROSSROADS, VOL. 13, NO. 2: ->Bangkok Bar Workers and the Negotiation of Selfhood. PB:Center SE
Asian Studies, Northern Il. Univ.: Dekalb, IL, 1999. 149 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This article is by
Marc Askew. Other articels include Sai Baba Movement in Malaysia by Alexandra Kent and Phan Nhat Nam and
the Battle of An Loc by John C. Schafer.
20656.) CROSSROADS, VOLUME 2, NO. 2: ->Two Hundred Years of the Chakri Dynasty. PB:Northern Illinois Univ.
Center SEA Studies: Dekalb, IL, 1985. 145 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This monograph has 9 articles
and two commentaries that deal with Thailand's history, literature, religion, municipal administrations, and
economic development.
9233.) CROSSROADS, VOLUME 3, NO. 1: ->In Celebration of King Ram Khamhaeng of Sukhothai: Seven Hundred
Years of Thai Writing. PB:Center SE Asian Studies, N. Illinois: Dekalb, IL., 1986. 153 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy.
Contrains 12 articles on Thai literature.

9206.) CROSSROADS, VOLUME 4, NO. 2, 1989:->Special Thai Issue (Part One). PB:Center SEA Studies, N.
Illinois Univ.: Dekalb, IL., 1989. 114 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains 8 articles.
2067.) CURTIS: LILLIAN JOHNSON: ->The Lao of North Siam Seen Through the Eyes of a Missionary. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 338 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book contains a description of
the people of northern Thailand by an Americna missionary around the turn of the cent;ury. Her travels included a
trip from Bangkok to Lakon where she spent four years. While there, she visited Chiang Mai, Nan, Prae and Chiang
Rai.

7632.) DE CHAUMONT, CHEVALIER & ABBE DE CHOISY: ->Aspects of the Embassy to Siam 1685. PB:Silkworm
Books: Chinag Mai, Thailand, 1997. 216 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Chevalier de Chaumont was
the French ambassador to King Narai and he sought to convert him. Edited by Michael Smithies.

7658.) DE CHOISY, ABBE: ->Journal of a Voyage to Siam, 1685-1686. HC:Oxford Univeristy Press: Singapore,
1993. Rep. Edition 305 pgs., $30 A fine copy in a mint d/j. De Choisy was a co-ambassador to King Narai of Siam
and his account is written in journal form to a friend. Book is tanslated and contains an introduction by Michael
Smithies.
9940.) DE LAJONQUIERE, LUNET: ->Siam and the Siamese: Travels in Thailand and Burma in 1904. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 222 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Travel account of a professional

20294.) DEARDEN, Ed. PHILIP: ->Environmental Protection and Rural Development in Thailand: Challenges and
Opportunities. PB:White Lotus Press Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 404 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book
contains a wide selection of papers that address issues relating to rural development and both marine and terrestrial
environmental protection.
2287.) DEIGNAN, H. G.: ->Siam-Land of Free Men. PB:Smithsonian Institution: Washington, D.C., 1943. 26 pgs.,
$20 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Title is part of the War Background Studies series published by the
Smithsonian Institution during World War II. Includes eight pages of photos and a map.

2288.) deYOUNG,. JOHN E.: ->Village Life in Modern Thailand. HC:University of California Press: Berkely & Los
Angeles, 1955. 225 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

20461.) DISKUL, M. C. SUBHADRADIS: ->Hindu Gods At Sukhodaya. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1990. 132
pgs., $12 Scuffing of outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. No d/j. A study in iconography in which the author applies the
theory developed by Philipe Stern for Khmer iconography on Thai sculptures of the Sukhothai period. Book has a
preface by Jean Boisselier and is a revised verson of a study in the Thai language from 1966. It has 71 black and
white photos.
5880.) DODD, WILLIAM CLIFTON: ->The Tai Race, Elder Brother of the Chinese. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
1994. REP. Edition 353 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book contains details of the whereabouts, habits,
customs as well as a smattering of the linguistic heritage of a variety of ethnic minorities. Author served as a
missionary to the Tai People in Siam, Burma, and China. His wife compiled and edited this work. There is a
foreword by B.J. Terwiel.
8556.) DOHRING, KARL: ->Buddhist Stupa (Phra Chedi) Architecture of Thailand. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok,
2000. REP. Edition 154 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Originally published as Der Prachedibau in Siam,
pp. 693-806 in Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie, 1912. Translated by Walter E.J. Tips.

8721.) DOHRING, KARL: ->Buddhist Temples of Thailand: An Architectonic Introduction. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 353 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. First published in German in 1920, this
book is an in-depth architectonic and socio-cultural analysis of temple builidng complexes. It contains 180 pages of
technically perfect photographs and 116 floor plans and refined line drawings. Tanslated by Walter Tips with a
preface by Krisana Honguten.
20469.) DOHRING, KARL: ->The Country and People of Siam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. Rep. Edition
206 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Dohring was an architect who worked in Siam during King
Chulalongforn's reign. His book sets forth his observations of Thai life and there are 142 choice original
photographs.
28516.) DURRENBERGER, E. PAUL & NICOLA TANNENBAUM: ->Analytical Perspectives On Shan Agriculture and
Village Economics. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

28518.) DURRENBERGER, Ed. E. PAUL: ->State Power and Culture in Thailand. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A
collection of six essays by anthropologists who analze various dimensions of the relationships between state power





9106.) ENGLEHART, NEIL A.: ->Culture and Power in Traditional Siamese Government. PB:Southeast Asia
Program Publications: Ithaca, NY, 2001. 130 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study represents a
broad reevaluation of Siam's political culture as it existed prior to King Chulalongkorn's administrative reforms in the
nineteenth century. He argues that traditional Siamese government functioned more effectively and rationally than
most scholars have acknowledged.
2292.) EXELL, F.K.: ->The Land and People of Thailand. HC:Adam & Charles Black, Ltd.: London, 1964. Rep.
Edition 96 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Title is part of 'The Lands and Peoples Series.'

23303.) FARRINGTON, Ed. ANTHONY: ->Dr Richardson's Missions to Siam, 1829-1839. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2004. 271 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Materail fro this book is drawn from the archives of the
East India Company with observatons of Thailand by David Richardson, a surgeon in the English East India
Company's Madras Army.
9683.) FARRINGTON, Ed. ANTHONY: ->Early Missionaries in Bangkok: The Journals of Tomlin, Gutzlaff and Abeel
1828-1832. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 170 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., some fading of outside cover,
o/w a fine copy. light a mint copy. The editor provides an introduction to the journals, placing them in their historical
context.
27759.) FARRINGTON, Ed. ANTHONY: ->Low's Mission to Southern Siam, 1824. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2007. 126 pgs., $23.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. James Low was an officer of the English East India Company's
Madras Army and his mission was to enlist Siamese for the British invasion of Burma. His description provides an
internesting account not only of his mission but his observation of the area at the time.


28038.) FELTUS, GEORGE HAWS: ->Samuel Reynolds House of Siam: Pioneer Medical Missonary, 1847-1876.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $21.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book draws on
the letters and journal of Dr. House which provides an excellent record of life in the time of King Mongkut's rule and
the beginning of King Chulalongkorn's reign.
26222.) FERRARI, OLIVIER, KUNLASAB UTPUAY, NARUMON HINSHIRANAN & JACQUEST IVANOFF:->Turbulence
On Ko Phra Thong, (Phang Nga Province, Thailand). PB:Ketos: Paris, 2006. 183 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. A study of the Moken people and an analysis of their ability to cope with the destruction reaped on their
villages.
8557.) FLEESON, KATHERINE NEVILLE: ->Laos Folklore of Northern Siam. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2000.
REP. Edition 153 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author was a missionary in Thailand at the turn of the
century and recorded these folktales in order to preserve the oral history of the peoples of Northern Thailand. Book
was first purblished in 1899..
24856.) FORBES, ANDREW and DAVID HENLEY: ->Khon Muang: People and Principalities of North Thailand.
HC:Art Media Resources: Bangkok, 1997. 262 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Richly illustrated with color
photos and it has a very descriptive text.

31939.) FORTY, C. H.: ->Bangkok: Its Life and Sport with Some Account of Siam's Coastal and Island Game Areas.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a guide of the late 1920s for newcomers in Thailand when Bangkok had a
population of 450,000 inhabitants. Author was a Lieutenant Colonel of the British Army.

7184.) FOURNEREAU, LUCIEN: ->Bangkok in 1892. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1998. 171 pgs., $21.95 Wraps
trade ed., a fine copy. This work was originally published under the title Bangkok in Le Tour du Monde, Vol. 68t, pp.
1-64 in 1894. Book is translated with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.

7183.) FOUSER, BETH: ->The Lord of the Golden Tower: King Prasat Thong and the Building of Wat
Chaiwathanaram. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1996. 135 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. The author
explores the cultural, historical and religious context from which Wat Chaiwatthanaram emerged.

27397.) FREEMAN, ANDREW A.: ->A Journalist in Siam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 341 pgs., $22.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of Andrew Freeman's time spent at the The Bangkok Daily Mail, an English
language newspaper published in Sian during the 1920s. Foreward by Sean Ashley.

20015.) FREEMAN, MICHAEL: ->A Guide to Northern Thailand and the Ancient Kingdom of Lanna.
PB:Weatherhill Books: Trumbull, CT, 2001. 242 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A concise guide with an

32344.) FUNSTON, Ed. JOHN: ->Thaksin's Thailand: Populism and Polarisation. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Study has 6 contributors: William Case, John Funston, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Duncan McCargo, Medhi Kronglaew,

28336.) GARDNER, SIMON, PINDAR & VILAIWAN ANUSARNSUNTHORN: ->A Field Guide to Forest Trees of
Northern Thailand. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides information on 430 species in detail, plus noted
for a further 450 species. Fully illustrated with 875 color phoots.

22366.) GARRETT, STEPHEN A.: ->Bangkok Journal: A Fulbright Year in Thailand. HC:Souhten Illinois University
Press: Carbondale, IL, 1986. 1st Edition 269 pgs., $6 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a mint copy in a mint d/j.
A personal account of a Fulbright scholar's year in Thailand, describing university organization, Thai social life,
and comparing American and Thai students.
8215.) GERINI, G.E.: ->Siam and Its Productions, Arts, and Manufactures (1911). PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2000. REP. Edition 359 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a reprint of a descriptive catalogue of the
Siamese section at the International Exhibition of Industry and Labor held in 1911.

9835.) GERSON, RUTH: ->Traditional Festivals in Thailand. HC:Oxford University Press: Kuala Lumpur, 1996. 1st
Edition 82 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy. No dust jacket. Title is part of the Images of Asia series

8830.) GERVAISE, NICOLAS: ->The Natural and Political History of the Kingdom of Siam. PB:White Lotus Co.,
Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 220 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book provides a 17th century
description of Thailand at the time when France established diplomatic relations with Thailand under the reign of
King Narai. Illustrated with rare maps and prints.
6358.) GESICK, LORRAINE M.: ->In the Land of Lady White Blood: Southern Thailand and the Meaning of History.
PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 1995. 98 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade size ed., a mint copy.
31258.) GHOSH, Ed. LIPI: ->Connectivity and Beyond: Indo-Thai Relations Through Ages. HC:-Asiatic Society:
Kolkata, 2009. 1ST Edition 282 pgs., $22.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A collection of 12 essays on Indo-Thia

26127.) GILQUIN, MICHEL: ->The Muslims of Thailand. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2005. 164
pgs., $17.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author is a sociologist specializing in the study of Muslim societies. He
examines the origins of Islam in Siam, Muslim integration into the Thai nation, and the effects of globalization and
modernity on a mostly rural and traditional community. In particular he considrrs the weight of history of the old
sultanate of Patani on the present-day Yawi speaking majority in Narathiwat, Yala, and Pattani.

9382.) GINSBURG, HENRY: ->Thai Art and Culutre: Historic Manuscripts from Western Collections. HC:Unviersity of
Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2000. 1st Edition 138 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book contains 70 color

7834.) GINSBURG, HENRY: ->Thai Manuscript Paintings. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1989. 112
pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An illustrated study in which the author examines the dominant themes and
narratives in a wide range of manuscript paintings. There are 27 colour and 46 black-and-white photographs.

8879.) GOETHE INSTITUTE: ->Thai Artists and 'The Goethe': Forty Years of Cultural Interaction. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2000. 142 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains a series of articles of the Goethe
Institute and 54 color illustrations as well as a large number of black and white photos.

8717.) GOODDEN, CHRISTIAN: ->Around Lan-Na: A Guide to Thailand's Northern Border Region, From Chiang Mai
to Nan. PB:Jungle Books: Suffolk, England, 1999. 433 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is not a
conventional travel book as it provides an depth cultural account of the area and maps out exciting off-the-beaten
track border journeys by public transport, motorcycle, and on foot from Chiang Mai to Nan.. Contains 36
photographs and 32 maps.

28032.) GOODDEN, CHRISTIAN: ->Hinterlands: Sixteen New Do-It-Yourself Jungle Treks in Thailand's Nan and Mae
Hong Son Provinces. PB:Jungle Books: London, 2001. 384 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.

8718.) GOODDEN, CHRISTIAN: ->Trek It Yourself in Northern Thailand: Twenty-Five Solo Jungle Treks on Foot and
By Motorcycle. PB:Jungle Books: Halesworth, England, 2000. 414 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
Details treks that persons can take in the provinces of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Nan and Mae Hong Son. Contains 50
maps and 36 pages of photographs.
5879.) GOODMAN, JIM: ->Meet the Akhas. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1996. 138 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. Book has 92 llustrations in color. Author has lived in Chiang Mai since 1988.
24857.) GOODMAN, JIM: ->The Akha: Guardians of the Forest. HC:Teak House: Bangkok, 1997. 262 pgs., $22.5
A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is in a illustrated case. Richly illustrated with color photos and it has a very

7659.) GREENE, STEPHEN LYON WAKEMAN: ->Absolute Dreams: Thai Government Under Rama VI, 1910-1925.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. 224 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., very light colorization on top edge, o/w a
fine copy. The author examines the troubled reign of the nation's first Western educated monarch. Foreward by
David Wyatt.
30426.) HAAS, MARY R.: ->The Thai System of Writing. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

9702.) HANKS, JANE RICHARDSON & LUCIEN ->Tribes of the North Thailand Frontier. PB:Yale University
Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 2001. 319 pgs., $25 A mint copy.

2297.) HASEMAN, JOHN B.: ->The Thai Resistance Movement During the Second World War. PB:Silkworm Books:
Bangkok, 2002. REP. Edition 177 pgs., $17.5 A reprint edition, mint as purchased new.

29331.) HASSNA, STEVE: ->The Short-Timer's Journal: Soldiering in Vietnam, No. 1. PB:Winter Soldier Archive:
Berkeley, CA, 1980. 1ST Edition 112 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade edition, signed by author, a v/g copy. Memoir of a
Vietnam veteran who underwent a lot of personal problems adjsuting to civilian life after the war.

9073.) HOLBROOK, R. D. & MANOB SURIYA: ->Blue Book of Coastal Vessels: Thailand. HC:White Lotus Co., Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2000. Rep. Edition 430 pgs., $35 A mint copy. Text is in Thai and English.

9244.) HOSSEUS, CARL CURT: ->Through King Chulalongkorn's Kingdom (1904-1906): the First Botanical
Exploration of Northern Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 351 pgs., $25 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. A report made by Hosseus of his trip to Northern Thailand with a stop at Huay Sai to visit the
French governor stationed there. Contains 93 illustrations, translated by Walter E.J. Tips.

7186.) HOWARD, Eds. MICHAEL C., WATTANA WATTANAPUN and ALEC GORDON:->Traditional T'ai Arts in
Contemporary Perspective. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1998. 244 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.
Book explores a variety of forms of artistic expression, including weaving and fashion, carving, painting, and
dancing, as well as boxing. There are 71 pages of color photos.

19975.) HOWARD, MICHALE C. & WATTANA WATTANAPUN:->The Palaung in Northern Thailand. PB:Silkworm
Books: Chiang Mai, 2001. 114 pgs., $18.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An anthropological account of Palaung
who settled in Chiang Mai in 1980s after fleeing from Burma.

8234.) HUDAK, THOMAS JOHN: ->The Tale of Prince Samuttakote: A Buddhist Epic from Thailand. PB:Ohio
University: Athens, OH, 1997. 1st Edition 276 pgs., $20 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a translation of three
poets that was begun during the reign of King Naray (1656-1688) and completed in 1849.

5875.) HUTCHINSON, E.W.: ->1688 Revolution in Siam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1990. REP. Edition 179
pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a memoir of a Jesuit priest Father de Beze who was in Siam at the

6263.) HUXLEY, Ed. ANDREW: ->Thai Law: Buddhist Law: Essays On the Legal History of Thailand, Laos and
Burma. PB:White Orchid Press: Bangkok, 1996. 210 pgs., $18 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book describes

7809.) INDOCHINA CHRONICLE: MAY-JUNE 1975. ->Thailand in a Changing Asia. PB:Indochina Resourse
Center: Berkeley, CA, 1975. 20 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy. The issue is devoted to the aftemath of the student revolt in
Thailand in 1973. No postage charge if ordered with another book.

32483.) IVANOFF, JACQUES: ->Cultural Roots of Violence in Malay Southern Thailand, Comparative Mythology:
Soul of Rice. Vol. 1: The Tutelary Gfigures of Malay Political Heroism. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. 1ST
Edition 333 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a rich and original corpus of Malay oral
literature. Book has 57 black and white drawings, extensive footnotes and a 7 page bibliography.

3778.) JACOBSEN, KAREN: ->Thailand. HC:Childrens Press: Chicago, 1989. 3rd Edition 48 pgs., $15.95
Reinforced binding, mint as purchased new. Book is written for lower elementary students.

32484.) JAISER, GERHARD: ->Thai Mural Painting, Volume 2: Society, Preservation and Subjects. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. 1ST Edition 114 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This second volume of Jaiser's
work focuses on important aspects of Thai everyday life as reflected in mural paintings. It has 64 colour plates and
192 black and white Fig.. At the back of the book, there is in a pocket with a CD-Rom which includes all 880
illustrations in both volumes, in colour.

31104.) JAISER, GERHARD: ->Thai Mural Painting, Volume I: Iconography, Ahnalysis and Guide. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 158 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Bookproides a survey of all aspects of
Thai mural painting. It also includes short versions of the most important Buddhist stories extensively illustrated by
depictions from temple murals. Includes 237 fig. and 48 color plates. A number of the color plates have 4 or 5
photos of murals.
24356.) JONES, TRISTAN: ->To Venture Further: An Incredible Boat Journey Across the Waterways of Thailand.
PB:Sheridan House: Dobbs Ferry, NY, 1999. 302 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of a trip across
the Kra peninsula which divides the Andaman Sea from the Gulf of Thailand.

26429.) JONSSON, HJORLEIFUR: ->Mien Relations: Mountain People and State Control in Thailand. PB:Cornell
University Press: Ithaca, NY, 2005. 1st Edition 181 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a
detailed ethnography of the Mien people of Thailand.

7654.) JOTTRAND, Mr. & Mrs. EMILE: ->In Siam: The Diary of a Legal Advisor of King Chulalongkorn's Government.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1996. REP. Edition 457 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book is a
travelogue by Emile Jottrand and his wife. Jottrand was a Belgian assistant legal adviser in the Siamese Ministry of
Justice during the period 1898-1902.
6273.) KAEMPFER, ENGELBERT: ->A Description of the Kingdom of Siam: 1690. PB:White Orchid Press:
Bangkok, 1987. REP. Edition 97 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A travel account to Siam by a German in

27615.) KAOSA-ART, Ed. MINGSARN; ->Mekong Tourism: Blessings for All? PB:Social Research Institute: Chiang
Mai University, Thail., 2007. 262 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book provides regional writers'
perspectives on the effects of tourism development and growth on local people with particualr emphasis on rural
communiites and the poor.
24547.) KEPNER, SUSAN F.: ->Married to the Demon King: Sri Daoruang and Her Demon Folk. PB:Silkworm
Books: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2004. 1st Edition 131 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is built around
six short novels that deal with love and marriage in contemporary Thailand .

2210.) KEYES, CHARLES F.: ->ISAN: Regionalism in Northeastern Thailand. PB:Southeast Asia Program: Cornell
Univ.: Ithaca, N.Y., 1967. 86 pgs., $12.5 A photocopied reprint in softcard cover.

4477.) KINGSHILL, KONRAD: ->Ku Daeng-Thirty Years Later: A Village Study in Northern Thailand 1954-1984.
PB:Northern Illinois Center for SE Asian Studies: DeKalb, IL, 1991. 4th Edition 314 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. The fourth edtions of a study begun in 1953-54 and updated with new field data every ten years. This
volume contains valuable material on Noorthern Thai village life, rituals, and beliefs.

2213.) KIRKUP, JAMES: ->Bangkok. HC:A. S. Barnes & Co.: Cranbury, N.J., 1968. 1st Edition 101 pgs., $6 Ex-
library, markings spine of d/j, title page, top edge & enpaper removed. A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. Title is part of

23306.) KLAUSNER, WILLIAM J.: ->Reflections On Thai Culture. PB:Siam Society: Bangkok, 1993. 397 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of writings by William J. Klausner.

21340.) LABBE, ARMAND J.: ->Prehistoric Thai Ceramics: Ban Chiang in Regional Cultural Perspective. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 153 pgs., $49.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book focues exclusively on pottery;
its technology, production and srtistic development in Thailand in prehistory. Over 2,500 years of potterymaking
spanning the periods from about 2200 B.C. to 500 A.D. are examined.

2219.) LE MAY, REGINALD: ->An Asian Arcady: The Land and Peoples of Northern Siam. PB:White Lotus Co.,
Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. 3rd Edition 274 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author served aas an advisor to the
Minister of Commerce and Communications in Thailand in the early part of the 20th centruy., being first assigned in
1908 to the British Legation in Bangkok. Book is heavily illustrated with fold-out maps. This is a reprint of the 1926
edition published by W. Heffer & Sons Ltd..
31563.) LIEW-HERRES, FOON MING and VOLKER GRABOWSKY in COLLABORATION with AROONRUT
WICHIENKEEO:->Lan Na in Chinese Historiography: Sino-Tai Relations as Related in the Yuan and Ming Sources,
13th to 17th Centuries. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

2220.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1981, APRIL 14TH: ->The Radiant Buddhas. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1981. 0
pgs., $4 A 7 page article on a Thailand art exhibition travelling in the United States.





2221.) LOMAX, LOUIS E.: ->Thailand: The War That Is, The War That Will Be. PB:Vintage Books: New York,
1967. 1st Edition 175 pgs., $2.5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author is critical of the American effort to deal
with the communist threat in Northeast Thailand at the time the book was written. He went to Thailand and
interveiwed over a 100 Thai people from the Northeast, including insurgents as well as Americans working there.

8230.) MASAVISUT, Eds. NITAYA & MATTHEW GROSE: ->Thai Short Stories and Poems. PB:Silkworm Books:
Chieng Mai, Thailand, 1998. REP. Edition 134 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an anthology of
11 contemporary Thai writers who have won prizes in various categories in the prestigious Asian Writers Award.

7663.) MATICS, K.I.: ->Introduction to the Thai Mural. HC:White Louts Press: Bangkok, 1992. 1st Edition 139 pgs.,
$29.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book contains 20 black and white plates and 45 colour plates.

3160.) MATTHEW, EUNICE S.: ->The Land and People of Thailand. HC:J.B. Lippincott Co.: Philadelphia, 1964.
1st Edition 160 pgs., $6 Ex-library, soiling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is part of Portraits of the
Nations Series written for Junior High students, contains black & white photos.

8831.) McCARGO, DUNCAN: ->Chamlong Srimuang and the New Thai Politics. PB:Hurst & Co.: London, 1997.
334 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent analysis of Thai politics over the past two decades that is
provided through the biography of Chamlong Srimuang, a former general and leader of the Phalang Tham Party,
who spearheaded the mass protest that ousted military strongman Suchinda Kraprayoon.


3812.) McCARTHY, JAMES: ->Surveying and Exploring in Siam. PB:White Lotus, Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. REP.
Edition 215 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a reprint of the 1900 edition with an introduction by
Walter E.J. Tips. It contains descriptions of the Lao Dependencies and battles against the Chinese Haws.

3594.) McFARLAND, Ed. GEORGE BRADLEY: ->Historical Sketch of Protestant Missions in Siam. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 386 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Title was originally published in the
Bangkok Times Press in 1928. Contains an introduction, commentary, a bibliography on Protestantism in Thailand
by Herbert R. Swanson.
2166.) McGILVARY, DANIEL: ->A Half Century Among the Siamese and the Lao. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2002. REP. Edition 435 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., light fading of outside cover, o/w a fine copy. Fold-out map in
pocket on back inside cover. An autobiography of a Protestant missionary who went to Chiang Mai in 1867 to set up
a mission.. There is an introduction by Herbert R. Swanson.

30644.) McMAKIN, PATRICK D.: ->Flowering Plants of Thailand: A Field Guide. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2009. 4th Edition 151 pgs., $42.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book contains color plates and descriptions of over
500 plant species and is divided into eight plant communities, making it easily keyed.

3777.) McNAIR, SYLVIA: ->Thailand. HC:Childrens Press: Chicago, 1994. 5th Edition 128 pgs., $25.95 Library
binding, laminateed cover with color picture of Wat Phra Keo in Bangkok on front, mint as purchased new. Book is
part of the 'Enchantment of the World' series and is for upper elementary grades. Excellent photographs in color
and informative text.
32882.) MCVEY, Ed. RUTH: ->Money and Power In Provincial Thailand. A mint copy in a mint d/j.

2305.) MOERMAN, MICHEAL: ->The Village World and the Larger World: Aspects of Village Life in Northern
Thailand. PB:U.S. Infromation Agency: Bangkok, 1960. 26 pgs., $2.5 A photocopied reprint.

32759.) MOEYES, MARJO: ->Natural Dyeing In Thailand. Wraps trade ed., light faded marks on cover, o/w a v/g
plus copy. Book contains over 200 photographs with more than 150 in full color, and a collection of 135 recipes, fully
tested by the author that enables a dyer to experiment with dyes from Thailand at home. For her research and
efforts to promote the natural dyes of Thailand, she was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by Her Royal
HighnessPrincess Soamsawah.c
19981.) MOLLE, FRANCOIS & THIPPAWAL SRIJANTR:->Agrarian Change and Land System in the Chao Phraya
Delta. PB:Doras Center Kasetsart University: Bangkok, 1999. 191 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

19982.) MOLLE, FRANCOIS, NITTAYA NGEMPRASERTSRI, SAVAKON SUDSAWAD, & CHATCHOM
CHOMPADIST:->Patterns of Social Interaction and Organisation in Irrigated Agriculture: Case of Chao Phraya Delta.
PB:Doras Center, Kasetsart University: Bangkok, 2001. 152 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

19983.) MOLLE, FRANCOIS, THIPPAWAL SRIJANTR, LIONEL LATHAM, & PHUANGLADDA tHEPSTITSILP:->The
Impact of the Access to Irrigation Water on the Evolution of Farming Systems: Case Study of 3 Villages in Chao
Phraya Delta. PB:Doras Center, Kasetsart University: Bangkok, 2001. 75 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a very fine
copy.
31325.) MONTESANO, Eds. MICHAEL J. & PATRICK JORY: ->Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions On
a Plural Peninsula. PB:National University of Singapore: Singapore, 2009. REP. Edition 413 pgs., $29.5 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. This book examines the history of ethnic, religious, social, economic, and political pluralism
in the unique zone where Mainland and Maritime Southeast Asia meet. It provides an indepth history of northern
Malaysia and southern Thailand.
5739.) MORGENTHALER, HANS: ->Impressions of the Siamese-Malayan Jungle: A Tin-Prospector's Adventures in
Southern Thailand. PB:White Lotus Co.: Bangkok, 1994. REP. Edition 240 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a near fine
copy. Book was written by a Swiss geologist and covers the period of 1917-1920.

31881.) MOTTIN, JEAN: ->Allons Faire Le Tour Du Ciel et De La Terre: Le Chamanisme Des Hmong Vu Dans Les
Textes. Wraps large size trade edition with 24 color plates, illustrated color jacket, outer edges of pages has some
foxing, o/w a v/g copy. This work examines the pracitce of Hmong shamanism, particualrly the texts recited during
shamanic rituals. Author conducted extensive fieldwork among White Hmong communiites in Thailand and study
has a collection of complete shamanic texts. Transcriptions of these texts are provided in both White Hmong and
French.


28425.) MULDER, NIELS: ->Doing Thailand: The Anthropologist as a Young Dog in Bangkok in the 1960s.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1st Edition 101 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account by an
anthropologist of life in Bangkok before the advent of traffic jams and the impact the Vietnam War had on the
capital.
30305.) MULDER, NIELS: ->Professional Stranger, Doing Thailand During Its Most Violent Decade: A Field Diary.
PB:White Lotus Press.: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 176 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Events covered in
this book cover the period of 1975-1978. Conists of his antropological observations made during these years.

7172.) MUNIER, CHRISTOPHER: ->Sacred Rocks and Buddhist Caves in Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
1998. 266 pgs., $59 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This book places rocks and caves as sacred sites in their historical,
cultural and religious context. Book is lavishly illustrated with 300 plates, maps and plans, and provides useful
practical information on how to get to the rocks and caves shown in this publication.

19970.) NABARATH, DILOK: ->Siam's Rural Economy Under King Chulalongkorn. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2000. Rep. Edition 314 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book is based on the disseratation by Prince
Dilok Nabarath submitted for a at the University of Tubingen, Germany. Translated by Walter Tips.


2310.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1928, FEBRUARY: ->The Warfare of the Jungle Folk. HC:: , . 0 pgs., $6
PB:National Geographic: Washington, DC, 1928. 0 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. A 35 page article with 33 photos,
dealing with wild game hunting in Northern Thailand. Some photos of Bangkok.

2978.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1934, MAY: ->Land of the Free in Asia, 2. Temples & Ceremonies of
Kaleidoscopic Bangkok & 3. Among the Plains & Hill People of Siam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy. Written W.
Robert Moore with 29 black & white illustrations and 26 natural color photographs of temples and of the hill people.

4147.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1934, MAY: ->'Land of the Free' in Asia, 2. Temples and Ceremonies of
Kaleidoscopic Bangkok and 3. Among the Plains and Hill People of Siam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. Written

2311.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1947, FEBRUARY: ->Scintillating Siam. PB:National Geographic: , 0 pgs., $4
Wraps, small piece of cover at bottom of spine missing, o/w a v/g copy.. Article by W. Robert Moore, 30 colored
photographs with seven illustrations & map. Also, there follows a short article by D. Sonakul titled 'Pageantry of the
Siamese Stage.'
2312.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1961, JUNE: ->Thailand Bolsters Its Freedom. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g plus copy.
Written by W. Robert Moore.
2314.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1967, JULY: ->Hopes and Fears In Booming Thailand. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g
copy. Article written by Peter T. White and Dean Conger.

2315.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1973, JULY: ->Bangkok, City of Angels. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy. Article
written by William Graves and John Launois.

2316.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1982, OCTOBER: ->Thailand: Royalty At Work and 2. Thailand: Luck of a Land In
the Middle. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g copy. Articles by Denis Gray and Bart McDowell. Photographs by John

28476.) NATIONAL IDENTITY BOARD, ->Thailand in the 90s. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

27574.) NATIONAL MUSEUM VOLUNTEER GROUP, ->Treasures from the National Museum Bangkok. PB:Thai
Wantana Panich Press: Bangkok, 1987. 99 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book has 157 color photos
with descriptions along with an introduction, glossary and a bibliography.

2317.) NEALE, FRED ARTHUR: ->Narrative of a Residence At the Capital of The Kingdom of Siam. PB:White
Lotus: Bangkok, 1997. REP. Edition 252 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author was in the service of King
Rama the Third which provided him with an insiders view of life in Thailand during the early 1840s.

20551.) NELSON, Ed. MICHAEL H.: ->Thailand's New Politics: KPI Yearbook 2001. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2002. 509 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Tis yearbook looks at aspects of what has been called political
reform in Thailand. The various contributors to this volume present a more realistic understanding of what is now
occurring in Thailand. The KPI is the King Prajadhipok's Institute that was established in 1998 by the National
assembly to promote democracy through research and training..
8217.) NELSON, MICHAEL H.: ->Central Authority and Local Decocratization in Thailand: A Case Study from
Chachoengsao Province. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1998. 324 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
Author is a visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University.

30428.) NOSS, RICHARD B.: ->Thai Reference Grammar. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Publication was done
in conjunction with the Foreign Service Institute .

33284.) NOSTITZ, NICK: ->Red vs. Yellow, Volume II: Thailand's Political Awakening. HC:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 204 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book contains 125 pages that provide
a detailed photographic record of Thailand's political turnmoil over the past few years.

31105.) NOSTITZ, NICK: ->Red vs.Yellow, Volume I: Thailand's Crisis of Identity. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2009. 1ST Edition 149 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The bookdescribes, both in photos and in text, the
political turmoil and violent street protests that took place during the first elected administration in Thailand after the
2006-2007 period. Book has 62 pages of text and 87 pages color photos which illustrate the major events that
occurred during this period.
2319.) NUECHTERLEIN, DONALD E.: ->Thailand and the Struggle for Southeast Asia. HC:Cornell University Press:
Ithaca, N.Y., 1965. 1st Edition 279 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, ex-library, $10.00, a v/g
copy. Author covers Thailand's foreign policy during and after World War II with the focus on Thailand's loss of faith
in SEATO.


32881.) OCKEY, JAMES: ->Making Democracy: Leadership, Class, Gender, and Political Participation in Thailand.
HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2004. 1ST Edition 233 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

22580.) OFFICE OF NATIONAL MUSEUMS PUBLICATION: ->The Bronze Kettle Drums in Thailand. HC:Office of
National Museums: Bangkok, 2003. 304 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a v/g d/j. Text in Thai and English, many black

8555.) PALLEGOIX, JEAN-BAPTISTE: ->Description of the Thai Kingdom or Siam: Thailand Under King Mongkut.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2000. REP. Edition 430 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Originally
published in 1854 in two volumes. Author became Bishop of Siam and neighboring countries. Trnanslated by
Walter E.J. Tips.
30247.) PALLEGOIX, JEAN-BAPTISTE: ->Dictionarium Lingue Thai. HC:Prime Minister's Office: Bangkok, 1999.
REP. Edition 897 pgs., $249.5 A very fine copy. Dictionary pages are divided in five columns, first the Thai work,
second the prononciaiton, third the Latin, fourth the French and fifth the English. In additon to the 897 pages, there
is 29 page Appendix telling of the life of Pallegoix with illustrations of him, the original book publisdhed and
churches in Thailand. All the commentary is in Thai text. Book was reprinted by the Prime Minister's office in 1999
in honor of the King's 6th Cycle, his seventy second birthday.
28370.) PELEGGI, MAURIZIO: ->The Politics of Ruins and the Business of Nostalgia. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy
Monograph investigates the theory and practice of heritage conservaton in Thailand, focusing in particular on the
period from the mid-1970s to the late 1990s. It questions the commonplace glorification of historic sties as tangible
signs of past glory of the Thai nation.
5813.) PERIPLUS TRAVEL MAP: ->Bangkok and Central Thailand Map. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $7.95 Mint as purchased
new. Scale for Central Thailand is 1:1,000,000, Bangkok 1:15,000 and Pattaya 1:40,000.

21579.) PHILLIPS, HERBERT P.: ->Modern Thai Literature with An Ethnographic Interpretation. HC:University of
Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1987. 391 pgs., $24.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Book is a presentation of the
major writings published in Thailand during the 1960s and 1970s and is a systematic attempt to use contemorary
literature to explore the cultural premises of a complex non-Western society. A large portion of the volume is
devoated to the writings themselves-essays, short stories, poems, a short play and song lyrics.


9758.) PHONGPAICHIT, PASUK & CHRIS BAKER: ->Thailand's Crisis. PB:Silkworm Books: Bangkok, 2000. 275
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book is a review of the effect the IMF had on the Thai economy.

31765.) PHONGPAICHIT, PASUK and CHRIS BAKER: ->Thaksin: Second Edition. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
In this second edition, four new chapters and a conclusion trace ub detauk tge oritracted Story of Thaksin's downfall,
expanding on the book originally published in 2004 which traced Thaksin's family background, metoric succes as a
telecommunication entreneur.
24551.) PHONGPAICHIT, PASUK and CHRIS BAKER: ->Thaksin: The Business of Politics in Thailand.
PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2004. 1st Edition 302 pgs., $21.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An
account of Thaksin's background and rise in the political scene of Thailand with an analysis as to his impact on
Thailand's economy, society, and democracy. Phongpaichit is professor of economics at Chulalongkorn University,
Bangkok.
3446.) POOLE, PETER A.: ->The Vietnamese in Thailand. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1970. 1st
Edition 180 pgs., $12 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy. Book is based on two years of field research in Thailand, in 1966
and 1967, including extensive interviews with refugees, old settlers and officials of Thailand, North Vietnam and
South Vietnam.
21580.) POSHYANANDA, APINAN: ->Modern Art in Thailand: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century. HC:Oxford
University Press: Singapore, 1992. 259 pgs., $49.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This book's central focus is to
trace the main thread of eclecticism that characterizes modern Thai art, and to show how foreign influences, as well
as Buddhism, local traditions, and folk cultures served as catalysts in the development of styles. Book has 150
plates.
7675.) PRAMOJ, KUKRIT: ->Four Reigns. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1998. 663 pgs., $17.95
Wraps trade e.d, a mint copy. This English version of the Thai novel Si Phaendin tells the story of one woman's life
both inside and outside the royal palace in Bangkok, spanning a period of four reigns. The period covers the 1890s
thorugh World War II.
8978.) PRAPATTHONG, Ed. SONGSRI: ->Development of Thai Culture. PB:Rung Silp Printing Co.: Bangkok,
1977. 284 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This publication was developed by the National Museums
Divisions to celebrate the centennial anniversary of His Majesty King Rama VII's birthday.

25641.) PYE, OLIVER: ->Khor Jor Kor: Forest Politics in Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2005. 344 pgs.,
$29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides an analyses of the development of Thai forestry from the
foudning of the Royal Forest Department in 1896 to the present day, focusing particularly on one of the most
controversial state forestry programs, the military-led Khor Jor Kor project.

8929.) RAJANUBHAB, DAMRONG: ->Our War with the Burmese: Thai-Burmese Conflict 1539-1767. PB:White
Lotus Co., Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. REP. Edition 424 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author Prince
Damrong Rajanubhab wrote this book after a career of building the institutions of the new Siamese state. In this
book, he recounts 24 wars between Siam and Burma and the stories became a part of Thai popular culture.

20479.) RAJCHAGOOL, CHAIYAN: ->The Rise and Fall of the Thai Absolute Monarchy: Foundations of the Modern
Thai State from Feudalism to Peripheral Capitalism. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1994. 1st Edition 212 pgs.,
$22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author traces the history of Thailand becoming a unified state within a 40 year
period, moving to being an absolute monarchy, then replaced within another 40 years to being a constitutional
monarchy.

20458.) RAMAER, R.: ->The Railways of Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2009. 2ND Edition 212 pgs.,
$49.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book describes a century of Rail transporation development (1893-1993) in
Thailand. Text is supported by several maps, 70 diagrams, and over 200 black and white photographs, many of
considerable historical interest.


32063.) RATLIFF, MARTHA: ->Meaningful Tone: A Study of Tonal Morphology in Compounds, Form Classes, and
Expressive Phrases in White Hmong. PB:Northern Illinois University Press: DeKalb, IL, 2010. 1st Edition 269 pgs.,
$28.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work builds on the 1965 and 1967 works of E. J. A. Henderson and it
describes the morphological functions of tone in Southeast Asian languages. While focusing specifically on the
White Hmong language, the book investigates underlying ideas about the function of tone as an organizatinal tool
in what the author calls small word languages.

5878.) REICHART, P.A. and H.P. PHILIPSEN: ->Betel and Miang: Vanishing Thai Habits. PB:White Lotus, Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2005. 2nd Edition 158 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book describes the utensils and
paraphernalia associated with the betel and miang habits. Over 130 illustrations with many in full color.

27457.) REICHART, PETER A. and PATHAWEE KHONGKHUNTHIAN:->The Spirit Houses of Thailand. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 1st Edition 120 pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book provides a
comprehensive overview of the spirit houses in Thailand. Includes 21 color photographs and 53 black and white fig.
Extensive bibliography.
9434.) RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, KHON KAEN UNIVERISTY PUBLICATION:->Socio-Economic
Changes of Rural Communities of the Mekong Sub-Region. PB:Khon Kaen University: Khon Kaen, Thailand,
1997. 161 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Publication contains proceedings of International Conference
held at Khon Kaen University in 1996.
2323.) REYNOLDS, CRAIG J.: ->Thai Radical Discourse: The Real Face of Thai Feudalism Today. PB:Southeast
Asia Program, Cornell Univ.: Ithaca, N.Y., 1994. 2nd Edition 186 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

8564.) RINGIS, RITA: ->Elephants of Thailand in Myth, Art, and Reality. HC:Oxford University Press: Malayasia,
1996. 189 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book surveys a wide range of elephant lore in Thailand, past
28677.) ROUND, PHILIP: ->The Birds of the Bangkok Area. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 226
pgs., $59 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a thorough account of the avifauna of Thailand's Lower
Central Plain and 237 bird species are treated in full biological detail. There are 48 colour plates and 14 figures.
Illustrations are by Dana Gardner.

32062.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Elephants in Thailand, Volume I: Mahouts and Their Cultures Today.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010. 1st Edition 182 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is part of a two
volume work and this volume portrays the plight of wild and domesticated elephants in modern Thailand. It
describes in detail the distinct elephant keeping traditons of the various ethnic groups in the country. That have an
association with elephants. Infomration is also about the characteristics and status of Royal White Elephants. Thre is
an extensive bibliography, 85 black and white plates, and 30 black and white fig..
28371.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Ethnic Groups of Thialnd: No-Tai-Speaking Peoples. Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. This study describes 38 non-Tai peoples in Thailand. Included are 177 color illustrations.

28373.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Tai Groups of Thailand, Volume 2: Profile of the Existing Groups. Wraps
trade ed., a fine copy. Study sketches each of the 30 Tai-speaking groups residieng in Thailand. Includes 115 color

28372.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Tai Groups of Thailand, Volume I: Introduction and Overview. Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Study describes the early events of Southeast Asia before the coming of the Tai, provides a history
after their arrival and heir development.

26217.) SHAHRIARI, ANDREW C.: ->Khon Muang Music and Dance Traditions of North Thailand. PB:White Louts
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2006. 116 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book describes the traditional music and dance
of northern Thailand. Text is illustrated with 42 fig. and 39 color plates with a CD. Author earned his doctorate in
ethnomusicology at Kent State University.
20471.) SHARPLES, JENNIFER: ->Thai Silk. HC:Post Books: Bangkok, 1994. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $15 A mint
copy in a fine d/j. Bottom edge of front of d/j has slight fading. Book provides a history of Thai silk with a large
number of color photographs which illustrate designs and uses of Thai silk in clothing and decorations.

29203.) SIRIBHADRA, SMITTHI and ELIZABETH MOORE: ->Palaces of the Gods: Khmer Art and Architecture in
Thailand. Light speckling on enpapers, o/w a very fine copy in a mint d/j. Photogrpahy is my Michael Freeman.
It has 385 illustrations with 352 in full colour.

8232.) SMITHIES, MICHAEL: ->A Resounding Failure: Martin and the French in Siam, 1672-1693. PB:Silkworm
Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 1998. 1st Edition 156 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains an
account of Francois Martin's memoirs of the failure of the French mission to Siam and a commentary by the author.

28239.) SMITHIES, MICHAEL: ->Old Bangkok. HC:Oxford Univeristy Press: Malaysia, 2003. 2nd Edition 84 pgs.,
$12.5 A mint copy in a laminated cover. No d/j. Contains 16 color plates and 24 black and white photos.

27765.) SMITINAND, Eds. TEM and KAI LARSEN: ->Flora of Thaialnd, Volume 3, Part 2: Pteridophytes.
PB:Phonphan Printing Co.: Bangkok, 1985. 167 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Covers lindsaeaceae,
davaalliaceae, oleandraceae, parkeriaceae, vittariaceae, pteridaceae, and aspleniaceae. Contains 22 fig..

27763.) SMITINAND, Eds. TEM and KAI LARSEN: ->Flora of Thailand, Volume 3, Part 2: Pteridophytes.
PB:Chutma Press: Bangkok, 1988. 167 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This issue covers Lindsaeaceae,
Davalliaceae, Oleandiraceae, Parkeriaceae, Vittariaceae, Pteridaceae, and Aspleniaceae.. Contains 23 fig..

27766.) SMITINAND, Eds. TEM and KAI LARSEN: ->Flora of Thailand, Volume 3, Part 4: Pteridophytes.
PB:Chutima Press: Bangkok, 1989. 158 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Covers dipteridaceae,
cheiropleuriaceae, polypodiaceae, grammitidaceae, marsileaceae, salviniaceae, and azollaceae. Contains 60 fig.
and 4 color photos.
30972.) SMYTH, H,. WARINGTON: ->Five Years in Siam (1891-1896), Volume 2: The Malay and Cambodia
Peninsulas, with Descriptions of Ruby Mines. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author was a British official in the newly



33280.) SNG, JEFFREY, and PIM BISALPUTRA: ->Bencharong and Chinaware in the Court of Siam: The Surat
Osathanugrah Collection. HC:Chawpipope Osathanugah: Thailand, 2011. 1ST Edition 286 pgs., $95 A mint copy
in a mint d/j. The book contains over 300 color photographs showing over 1,000 pieces of antiques.

24854.) SPARKES, STEPHEN: ->Spirits and Souls: Gender and Cosmology in an Isan Village in Northeast
Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2005. 271 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The
interrelationship between gender concepts and religious practices is analysed through the symbolism of some of the
most important Buddhist and household rituals in the setting of a large village in Loei Province.

8952.) SRI-AROON, KHAISRI: ->Les Statues Du Buddha: De La Galerie De Phra Pathom Chedi. PB:Prince of
Songkla University: Bangkok, 1996. 279 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French and Thai text. There are
66 black & white photos of Buddha statues with drawings opposite each photo..

3497.) SRINAWK, KHAMSING: ->The Politician and Other Stories. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai, 2001. REP.
Edition 143 pgs., $17.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains seventeen short stories in which the author
plays on the superstition, foolishness, and greed of the Thai peasant trying to come to grips with the modern world.
Inroduction by Professor Herbert P. Phillips.

2912.) STANTON, EDWIN: ->Brief Authority: Excursions of a Common Man in an Uncommon World. HC:Harper &
Row: New York, 1956. 1st Edition 290 pgs., $10 Inscription on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. Over 120 pages are given
to his tour as Ambassador to Thailand.

33263.) STRATTON,, CAROL: ->What's What In a Wat: Thai Buddhist Temples. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai,
2010. 1ST Edition 98 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Work contains 125 fig., some being black and white
21708.) SUKHASVASTI, M. R. SURIYAVUDH: ->Fine Arts. HC:GENCO Ltd.: Bangkok, n.d.. 134 pgs., $25 A mint
copy in a mint d/j in a slip case. Book contains 76 fine full page color plates that illustrate 41 Buddha images.
Photos bring out details of these images. Captions are in Thai and English. Book recently published by the
General Environmental Conservation Public Company Ltd..

30248.) SUKKAMACHAROEN, SUPAMAS: ->Thailand Coins and Banknote Catalogue in King Rama 9 Period.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Coins and bank notes are from the collection of Supamas Sukkamacharoen.
Banknotes are in color along with a large numb er of coins. Captions are in English as well as Thai. However, all
the other text in the book is in Thai.
30236.) SWAN, WILLIAM L.: ->Japan's Economic Relations with Thailand: The Rise to Top Trader 1875-1942.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2009. 1ST Edition 416 pgs., $37.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study traces the
course pf Japan's rising trade relations with Thailand that grew in Three decades from insignificance before World
War I to making Japan the single beiggest exporter to Thailand by the mid-1903s. Author expores Japan's economic
policy toward Thailand during World War II as it promoted its Greater East Asia Co-Posperity Sphere.

25249.) SYMONDS, PATRICIA V.: ->Calling in the Soul: Gender and the Cycle of Life in a Hmong Village.
PB:University of Washington Press: Seattle, 2004. 2nd Edition 326 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an
ethnographic study which examines Hmong cosmological beliefs about the cycle of life as expressed in practices
surrounding birth, marriage, and death, and the gender relationships evident in these practices. Author conducted
original research for this book in northern Thailand.
6256.) TACHARD, GUY: ->Voyage to Siam Performed by Six Jesuits Sent by the French King to the Indies and
China in the Year 1685. PB:White Orchid Press: Bangkok, 1981. REP. Edition 320 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a
fine copy. An account of a mission to convert the king of Thailand to the Catholic faith. Written by a Jesuit member
of the mission. This reprint edition includes 30 woodcutsand maps.

25104.) TAPP, NICHOLAS: ->Sovereignty and Rebellion: the White Hmong of Northern Thailand. PB:White Lotus
Co., Ltd.: Bangkok, 2005. Rev. Edition 274 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Title first published in 1989 by
Oxford University Press. This is a revised edition.

27571.) TAYLOR, J. L.: ->Forest Monks and the Nation-State: An Anthropological and Historical Study in
Northeastern Thailand. PB:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies: Singapore, 1996. Rep. Edition 377 pgs., $29.5
Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. This is a detailed study on the ascetic forest monk tradition in the Lao-speaking
provinces of northeastern Thailand in the wake of the early twentieth century politico-religious reforms.

28036.) TERWIEL, B. J.: ->Monks and Magic: An Analysis of Religious Ceremonies in Central Thailand. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. Rev. Edition 302 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This work is based on
anthropological field research during 1968 in central Thailand. Author holds a Chair for Mainland Southeast Asia
Studies at Leiden University. Book is a third revised edition.


31680.) TERWIEL, Eds. and Translators B. J. and RANOO WICHASIN: ->Tai Ahoms and the Stars: Three Ritual
Texts to Ward Off Danger. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a useful introduciton to Ahom language studies.
Three primary texts , composed in their original characters are studies; transliterations and translations into Thai and
English are provided. Book also includes reproductions from the three original manuscripts.

3771.) THAI CULTURE SERIES, NO. 6: ->Chao Thi and Some Traditions of Thai. PB:National Culture Institute:
Bangkok, 1956. 4th Edition 16 pgs., $4 Wraps trade size ed, a v/g copy. Written by Phya Anuman Rajadhon, includes

2339.) THAILAND ITEM: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE, MINISTRY OF INTERIOR:->Report on the Socio-
Economic Survey of the Hill Tribes in in Northern Thailand. PB:: , 1962. 112 pgs., $12.5 A clear fine photocopied
reprint in a softcard cover. This report provides a description of problems among hill tribes, including opium
growing. Also, it provides recommendations for development activities and changes in policy as well as
administration.
27401.) THIENGBURANATHUM, WIT: ->SE-ED's Modern English-Thai Dictionary: Desk Reference Edition. HC:SE-
Education Public Co. Ltd.: Bangkok, . 1043 pgs., $7.5 Laminated cover, a mint copy. ISBN 974-512-842-2. This


5877.) TIPS, WALTER E.J.: ->Siam's Struggle for Survival: The Gunboat Incident at Paknam and the Franco-
Siamese Treaty of October 1893. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1996. 272 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.
Account of how the French attempted to take over Siam in 1893.

5960.) TIPS, WALTER: ->Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns and the Making of Modern Siam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 1996. 493 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., light foxing edges of outside cover, o/w a fine copy. Book is based
on three thousand pages of privately held letters and diaries of H.M. King Chulalongkorn's General Advisor and
other Belgian advisors working in Thailand. It covers the period of September 1892 until January 1902.

7185.) TIPS, WLATER E.J.: ->Crime and Punishment in King Chulalongkorn's Kingdom. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1998. 284 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book tells the story of the Ayuthia Special Commission
for the Reorganization of the Provincial Courts in the words of Siam's first Legal Advisor, Robert J. Kirkpatrick.

4550.) TUCK, PATRICK: ->The French Wolf and the Siamese Lamb: The French Threat to Siamese Independence
1858-1907. PB:Whitle Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1995. 1st Edition 434 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A well
researched work. The author draws on a wide range of newly available French archival material. He is a lecturer in
Modern History at the University of Liverpool.

7660.) TURPIN, F. H.: ->A History of the Kingdom of Siam Up to 1770. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1997. REP.
Edition 153 pgs., $26.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Title was first published in 1771 and the first account in a
Western language of the period of the French Embassies to Siam, the reign of King Narai, and Constant Phaulcon.

20240.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS: ->Political Situation in
Thailand. PB:government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1973. 107 pgs., $7.5 Wraps original, a v/g copy. This
was a hearing held before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committte on Foreign Affairs in
October of 1973.
21339.) UCHTOMSKIJ, ESPER ESPEROVITCH: ->Czarevitch Nicolas of Russia in Siam and Saigon. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. Rep. Edition 94 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book are reports by Czar
Nicolas II of Russia to Siam and Saigon in 1891. The author, a specialist in Oriental religions and literature, was
with the Czar during the visit.
22574.) UNGPAKORN, JI GILES: ->Radicalising Thailand: New Political Perspectives. PB:Institute of Asian
Studies: Chulalongkorn University, 2003. 344 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of articles by 9

31412.) USHER, ANN DANAIYA: ->Thai Forestry: A Critical History. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, 2009. 1ST
Edition 238 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author examines the historical ideas and styles of forestry that
have long influenced the practice of Thai state forestry. She focuses also on the conflict of Thai state foresters and
forest communiites that are increasingly being marginalized by present policies..

2976.) USOM-THAILAND PUBLICATION: ->An Evaluation of the Homeguard By Local Officials, Members of the
Guard and Villagers: A Study of 23 Villages of the Northeast. PB:: , . 27 pgs., $2.5 Photocoped reprint. Written in
1968 by Thai members of Research Divison of USOM.

2975.) USOM-THAILAND PUBLICATION: ->Attitude Survey of Rural Northeast Thailand. PB:: , . 99 pgs., $7.95
Photocopied reprint. This study was written in 1968 by Irving Sivin and designed to update a study conducted in
1967 Sakon Nakhon titled' Impact of USOM Supported Programs in Changwat Sakon Nakhon.'

8111.) VAN BEEK, STEVE & LUCA INVERNIZZI TETTONI:->The Arts of Thailand. HC:Traveling Publishing Asia
Ltd.: Hong Kong, 1985. 220 pgs., $35 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Text is by Van Beek and photographs by
Tettoni. Beautifully illustrated with glossary and index.

27486.) VAN BEEK, STEVE: ->The Chao Phya: River in Transition. HC:Oxford University Press: Kuala Lumpur,
1995. 1st Edition 210 pgs., $39.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An excellent overview of how the Chao Phya has been
vital to Thailand's economy but author points out the changes in the river's use which threaten Thailand's economic
development and its social stability.
22575.) VELDER, CHRISTIAN and KATRIN A.: ->The Rice Birds: Folktales from Thailand. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2003. 379 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Tales are based on ancient oral tradition which deal
with such themes as talking animals, Thai dieties, and the Buddha's visitis to the earth.

31102.) WALKER, Ed. ANDREW: ->Tai Lands and Thailand: Community and State in Southeast Asia.
PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2009. 1ST Edition 261 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The
authors in this collections of studies describe modern forms of community where state power intersects with markets,
livelihoods and aspirations. They argue that that the rapid social and econmic changes in the Tai world has
provided many opportunties for new forms of communal belonging to emerge.
9375.) WALKER, Ed. ANTHONY R.: ->Creating Heaven, Creating Earth: An Epic Myth of the Lahu People in
Yunnan. PB:Silkworm Books: Chinag Mai, 1995. 105 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book is an
English translation of the Lahu myth of creation. Author has spent over 30 years studying Lahu cultural traditions.

4090.) WARREN, WILLIAM and MARC RIBOUD:->Bangkok. PB:John Weatherhill, Inc.: New York, 1976. 1st Edition
175 pgs., $12 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Text is by William Warren and the photos are by Marc Riboud.

2348.) WARREN, WILLIAM Text and Phototgraphs by BRIAN BLAKE:->The House On the Klong: The Bangkok
Home and Asian Art Collection of James Thompson. HC:Walker/Weatherhill: New York, 1969. 2nd Edition 87 pgs.,
$17.5 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. D/J has two inch tear on top edge. This book was originally commissioned by
James Thompson. Following his mysterious disappearance, his family renewed this commission. The book contains
87 plates, a number in color.
2350.) WAUGH, ALEC: ->Bangkok: The Story of a City. HC:Little Brown & Co.: Boston, 1971. 1st Edition 282 pgs.,
$10 Small piece missing top edge of d/j, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy., $7.50, name inside cover, o/w
a v/g copy. A well written account of Bangkok by this famous novelist.



3215.) WEATHERBEE, DONALD E.: ->The United Front in Thailand: A Documentary Analysis. PB:Institute
International Studies, USC: Columbia, SC, 1970. 103 pgs., $10 Weaps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author argues that the
United Front in Thailand has strategic links to Commuist power thrusts throughout Southeast Asia.

5293.) WENING, RUDOLF and A.F. SOMM ->Siam. HC:Silva-Verlag: Zurich, 1964. 121 pgs., $30 A v/g plus copy
in a v/g d/j. A photo book with numberous tipped in photos taken by Michael Wolgensinger. Contains over 90
photographs in full color. Text provides very general background on Thailand written in Chamber of Commerce
promotion style.
7655.) WENK, KLAUS: ->Thai Literature: An Introduction. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1995. 121 pgs., $19.5
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This survey begins with the discovery of an inscription on a stele, erected in 1292 by
Ram Kamhaeng, and concludes with an overview of contemporary Thai literature.

20290.) WESTERHAUSEN, KLAUS: ->Beyond the Beach: An Ethnography of Modern Travellers in Asia. PB:White
Lotus Press Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 272 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., slight fading of cover bottom edge, o/w a very
fine copy. Book focuses on the drifter-style tourist in Asia as depicted on Koh Samui and Koh Phangan islands in
Southern Thailand made popular through Alex Garland's popular novel The Beach.


30155.) WHITING, LAWRENCE: ->Looking For Mr. Rin: A Family's Roots in Northeast Thailand. Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. A family memoir of the author with his father-in-law and with his family whose roots were in Phana, a
msmall town in ISAN, where the cultures of Laos and Thailand mix.

2353.) WILSON, DAVID A.: ->Politics In Thailand. PB:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1966. 307 pgs., $6
Wraps a trade ed., nameplate on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy.
2354.) WIT, DANIEL: ->Thailand: Another Vietnam? PB:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1968. 205 pgs., $6
Waps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author was Chairman of the Department of Political Science at Northern Illinois
University. He served as an advisor to the Institute of Public Adminstration in Bangkok.


26003.) WONG, KA F.: ->Visions of a Nation: Public Monuments in Twentieth-Century Thailand. PB:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2006. 225 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author study is based on the premise that
Thai pulic monuments are the visual manifestation of how the Thais have imagined or re-imagined their nation-
state in the last century. He groups Thailand's most renowned monumnets into four visions: Absolute Monarchy,
Modern Nationalism, Traditionalism, and Diversity in his study to illustrate this. Contians 60 fig. and it has an
extensive bibliography.
2355.) WOOD, W.A.R.: ->A History of Siam: From the Earliest Times to the Year A.D. 1781, With a Supplement
Dealing With More Recent Events. HC:Chalermnit Book Shop: Bangkok, 1964. Rep. Edition 300 pgs., $25 Foxing
of page edges, o/w a v/g copy. Author was H.B.M. Consul-General, Chiengmai.

22581.) WRIGHT, Eds. ARNOLD & OLIVER T. BREAKSPEAR:->Twentieth Century Impressions of Siam: Its History,
People, Commerce, Industries, and Resources. HC:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2003. Rep. Edition 302 pgs., $49.5
A mint copy in a fine d/j. D/J has fading of about a quarter inch along top edge. An interesting collection of articles
describing life in Thailand at the beginning of the 20th Century. Heavily illustrated with photos taken during this
period, a must for collectors of Thai culture.
2356.) WULFF, ROBERT M. with Foreword by HUBERT H. HUMPHREY:->Village of the Outcasts. HC:Doubleday &
Co.: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 227 pgs., $12 Moderate soiling top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A first
person account of an American working in remote villages of Thailand helping lepers.

30971.) WYATT, DAIVD K.: ->Thailand: A Short History. PB:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT., 1984. 8th
Edition 351 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

25250.) WYATT, DAVID K.: ->Siam In Mind. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai, 2002. 1st Edition 126 pgs., $16.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.. Book takes the reader on a stroll thorugh Thailand's intellectual history.

23548.) WYATT, DAVID K.: ->Thailand: A Short History. PB:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT, 2003. 2nd
Edition 352 pgs., $20 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This a a second edition, first edition being first published in
1982. This is a newly updated history of Thailand on the part of David Wyatt.

6259.) WYATT, DAVID: ->Studies In Thai History: Collected Articles. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand,
1994. 305 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book contains 18 articles written by David Wyatt between
1963 to 1988. There is an index included in this edition.

6233.) WYATT, DAVID: ->The Nan Chronicle. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 1994. 158 pgs.,
$20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A new translation of the 1894 chronicle of the Nan kingdom which sat astride
the major trade routes linking northern Laos to the cnentral Siam plains.

31879.) YOUNG, EDWARD M.: ->Aerial Nationalism: A History of Aviation in Thailand. HC:Smithsonian Institution:
Washington, DC, 1995. 1ST Edition 330 pgs., $49.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is part of the Smithsonian
History of Aviation Series. Foreward by William M. Leary.

8221.) ZIMMERMAN, CARLE C.: ->Siam Rural Economic Survvey, 1930-31. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999.
REP. Edition 321 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author was a Harvard professor who went to
Thailand to undertake a comprehensive economic survey of rural Thailand.


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