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HARDELAND, Aug.(1814-1891), Dajaksch-Deutsches Wörterbuch. Bearb. u. Herausgegeben im Auftrag und auf Kosten der Niederl. Bibelgesellschaft.
Amsterdam, F. Muller, 1859 Large 8°. later clothbacked boards, orig. wraps. laid-down on front- and lower outer boards. (viii), 638pp.
First attempt of a Dayak-German glossary, published by command of the "Nederlandsch Bijbelgenootschap", Dutch Biblesociety. The author, a german missionary of the "Rheinische Mission", spent a life-time on the dutch territory of Borneo (Kalimantan) and can be considered as the foremost missionary in this field. He derived the material for this glossary from indigenous sources, with the assistance of a converted Dayak Thimoteus Marat. Still of great interest as many words are obsolete and disappeared nowadays, also of ethnographical interest. A very good copy. Very rare and hard-to-find.

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- GEMILANG 146: Languages & Linguistics (Austronesia-Indonesia-Oceania (2014) ).
- GEMILANG 165: BORNEO (Brunei-Kalimantan-Sabah-Sarawak) (2015
EUR 1,235.00

Book nr.: 41685

HARIPRANATA, H. (S.J.), Bij de aankomst in Nederland van zijne hoogwaardige excellentie Monseigneur Albertus Sugijapranata S.J. Apostolisch Vicaris van Semarang, de eerste javaanse en indonesische Bisschop, wijden wij dit nummer aan zijn persoon en aan zijn dierbaarste belangen, de vorming en heiliging van de Inheemse.
Clerus. Nijmegen, Stichting Sint Claverbond, 1950. Orig. pict. col. wraps., recent cotton string through spine. page 145-168. Text-ills., incl. portrs., vignettes in text. ["Berichten uit Java", Aflevering VII-September 1950].
Special issue devoted to the visit of Mgr. Albertus Sugijapranata, apostolic vicarius of Semarang, first Javanese and Indonesian Bishop, consecrated shortly after Indonesian independence. Author supplies information on this visit, the progress of Jesuit mission in Indonesia, also strongly advocating the need for the creation of indigenous priests. It also inclodes a report on the destruction of Moentilan (Java) incl. pictures of the destruction by persons unknown of the minor Seminary at Mertojudan, close to Magelang. Very interesting. Good copy.

EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 44207

HARTINGSVELDT, A. VAN, Woudlopers in Papoealand. 1st edn.
Delft, [1961]. Large 8°, pict.l boards, 70pp. Drawings by B. Horsthuis. BUUR (I.J.) 1064.
Missionary juvenile set in (Dutch) New Guinea. Also Available the 2nd edn. Delft [1964], same price.

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- GEMILANG 158: FACT AND FICTION ON INDONESIA: Juveniles, Diaries & Novels related to The Dutch East Indies (2015).
- GEMILANG 153: ISLAM IN Southeast Asia (2014).
- GEMILANG 155: OCEANIA:(Irian Jaya, Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia) (2015).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 8404

HASKOS VADER, J. De wildernis in. Een Zendingsverhaal voor jongens en meisjes.
Oegstgeest, Zendingsbureau, [c. 1940]. sm. sq. 8°. pict. col. wrs. 96pp. col. plate & draws. by C. v.d. Baan. BUUR, I.J., 0743.
Missionary Juvenile, set in jungle of dutch New Guinea, looking for a suitable spot founding a new missionary post. Fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 153: ISLAM IN Southeast Asia (2014).
- GEMILANG 155: OCEANIA:(Irian Jaya, Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia) (2015).
EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 8405

HEERDE, G. VAN, Matjan de tijger. First edn.
Den Haag Voorhoeve, [....], 1955 Small 8°, pictorial coloured boards, 46pp., ills after drawings. BUUR (I.J.), 1000.
Missionary story as told for dutch juveniles, set in Sumatra, with as main character a Tiger ("Matjan"). Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 158: FACT AND FICTION ON INDONESIA: Juveniles, Diaries & Novels related to The Dutch East Indies (2015).
- GEMILANG 153: ISLAM IN Southeast Asia (2014).
- GEMILANG 173: Sumatera/Sumatra (incl. Enggano, Nias, Mentawei) (2014).
EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 38328

HEERES, J.E., Bouwstoffen voor de Nederlandsch-Indische Kerkgeschiedenis. Taken fr.:"M.Z.G., XLV, 1901".
S.L., Mededeelingen Nederl. Zendingsgenootschap, [1901]. sm.8°. contemp. wraps. pp.[345]-409. some footnotes. Stapled.
Contrib. on the history of the Dutch-Indonesian [protestant] church-history and mission.

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EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 38628

HEERKENS, P. [S.V.D.], Ria Rago. Adat-roman uit de Timor-Archipel. Preface by H. de Greeve. [eerste druk; First edition].
Eindhoven, "Het Poirters Fonds", 1938 Medium 8°. Original coloured cloth. Bold type covertitle with a motif from a Timor Ikat fabric design. 200pp. Glossary indonesian-dutch on verso of preface by [father] Henri de Greeve. BUUR, PD, 1358
Dutch language novel, based upon observations of a Roman catholic missinary, who worked an extended time on Flores, Lesser Sunda Islands, in which a clear and detailed picture is painted of Adat- or Customary law me customary law as practised in Campong "Noea Nelloe", Landscape Lio, of a local "Belle"and her marriage. Very good copy in nice publ. cloth.

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- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 52735

HEERKENS, P., Ola Wolo. De bruine Slaaf. Roman uit de Timor Archipel. Orig. edn.
Eindhoven, "Lecturis", [....], 1938 orig. decorated wraps, designed by L. v. Vethel, after a Florinese Ikat design.220pp. some music-scores, list of main dramatis personae, concise glossary. BUUR, PD, 1357.
Novel after authentic experiences of a Roman-catholic missionary who worked for an extended time on Flores, colonial Indonesia, with as central theme the occurrance of Slavery in residency Lio (Flores). Nice copy. (some occas. light marginal foxing, incl. foxing of front-edge).

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- GEMILANG 158: FACT AND FICTION ON INDONESIA: Juveniles, Diaries & Novels related to The Dutch East Indies (2015).
- GEMILANG 176: The Lesser Sunda Islands (Flores, Sumba, Sumbawa, Timor) (2014).
EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 40323

HEILMANN, K., Missionskarte der Erde nebst Begleitwort. Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Deutschen Kolonien. 4. [verbesserte] Auflage [fourth revised edition].
Gütersloh, Bertelsmann, 1900 Small 8°., original printed wrappers. (vii), 45pp. Black/white steel-engraved text-ills., illustrating missionary sceneries, table of german missionary denominations with date of foundation and number of missionaries working in foreign fields, list of literature consulted, register, 1p. of publ. list at very end (printed recto/verso) and a large many-folded coloured lithographed map loosely inserted, lith. Wagner & Dese, Leipzig, concise key printed at tail of map, small inset-map of german african and pacific colonies, 4 steel-engraved portraits of indigenous 'heathen' at every corner of map.
Concise review of early twentieth century German missionary work and progress across the foreign world, especially in german african, asian (including dutch colonial Indonesia, Ceylon, german territory of New Guinea and Melanesia) territories, by missionary denominations as Basler Mission, Rheinische Mission, Berliner Mission, Neuendettelsauer Mission, &c. Good copy. Rare. (spine with later cloth rebacking, both inner joints reinforced, chip to top margin of front wrapper, small ex-lib. stamp to versos, blank, of ti.-p., dedication and map).

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- GEMILANG 155: OCEANIA:(Irian Jaya, Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia) (2015).
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EUR 275.00

Book nr.: 48289

HELBIG, K., Til kommt nach Sumatra. Das Leben eines deutschen Jungen in den Tropen. [8. bis 15.000 tausend; later impression].
Stuttgart, Gundert, 1941 Small 8°., original cloth, covertitle with a monochrome illustration, designed by Richard Sapper. 122pp. Monochrome frontispiece, monochrome illustrations in text and tull-page after drawings by Richard Sapper, list of dramatis personae, publ. list on verso of final page.
German language novel in which a picture is drawn of life and experiences of a german Tea Planters family in Toba Batak country, North Sumatra, which includes notes on missionary labour among the Batak by a german minister, a local Batak Coffee plantation, life and paganism in a neighbouring Batak village which also includes notes on the Pagan village priest and sorcerer, adversary to the german minister. Very good copy.

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- GEMILANG 158: FACT AND FICTION ON INDONESIA: Juveniles, Diaries & Novels related to The Dutch East Indies (2015).
- GEMILANG 173: Sumatera/Sumatra (incl. Enggano, Nias, Mentawei) (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 51996

HEMMERS, J.H., Schetsen uit het leven van Ludwig Ingwer Nommensen den Apostel der Batakkers. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Weltevreden, Emmink, [....], 19191928 8°. Original qtr. purple publ. cloth. Covertitle in bold black type. (viii), 341pp. Captioned monochrome frontispiece (portr. of Nommensen), captioned monochrome illustrations on 23 photo-platesfeaturing portraits of relatives and fellow mkissionaries, converted and pagan local Batak-types, incl. some clan chiefs ("Ompoe's"), Batak architecture, loclal sceneries and landscapes, tiny errata-slip loosely inserted, table of conents. NOT called-for in holdings Royal Dutch Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV.
Unofficial dutch language biograplhy of Ludwig Ingwer Nommensen 1834-1918 a german lutheran (Rhenish Missionary Society) missionary to Batak Tribes, North Sumatra, Dutch East India. initially Nommensen experienced fierce resistance of local tribal chiefs (so-called "Ompoe's"), who were subsequently converted to christianity together with their followers. In 1876, he, his fellow missionaries and christian Batak were threatened by the Priest King Singamangaraja XII who had gained support from Aceh. A dutch military expedition was called-in, by which this came known as the Firt Toba War. Nommensen can be considered as the most famous missionary ever. Today most of the christinal Toba Batka belong to the "Huria Kristen Batak Protestan (HKBP), the largest church denomination of Asia. Very good clean copy.

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EUR 95.00

Book nr.: 54811

HENGEL, F.U. VAN, Een pastorale bezoekreis in het oude Indië, Mijne reis naar Benkoelen. Introd. by I.H. Enklaar.
Oegstgeest, Hendrik Kraemer Instituut, 1976 Orig. wraps. (xvi), 48pp. Footnotes.
A visitation-tour by a dutch protestant missionary to Bencoolen in 1857, with annots. by I.H. Enklaar.

EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 43036

HERNSLOWE, Dorothea I., Papuan Post. Being letters from New Guinea. Foreword by the Rt.Rev. P.N. Warrington Strong, Bishop of New Guinea. Orig. edn.
S.L.[Hobart], Mission Press, 1949 sm.8°. orig.blank boards, with pict. col. dustjacket. 183pp. some portrs., text-ills. Title-page tipped-in.
Collected diary letters from author, directed to [a certain]Muriel, describing her tour to the angelican Mission Posts in Papua (New Guinea], then under Australian Mandate. Incl. extensive observations on the christianization of the papuan population. Author was at the time the Tasmanian State Honorary Secretary and Organizer of the Australian Board of Missions. Good copy. Scarce. (dustjacked somewh. browning in margins, staples rusty).

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- GEMILANG 155: OCEANIA:(Irian Jaya, Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Polynesia) (2015).
EUR 80.00

Book nr.: 38982

HESSE, Joh. (1847-1916) - L. JANSEN-SCHOONHOVEN (editing translator), Leneboden: Zendingsverhalen uit alle Werelddeelen. [First dutch edition, translated and edited after the original german by L. Jansen-Schoonhoven].
Nijkerk, Callenbach, [....], 1909 Small 8 °. Original clothbacked boards. Covertitle in black type, monochrome illustration, printed within a narrow black typographical line-border with decorative corners. 191pp. 4 monochrome plates mainly featuring indigenous types, table of contents.
Dutch language collection of missionary stories on b ehalf of german and dutch youths with information about history and progress of german evangelical mission in the United States (smongst the Indian population), Africa, Asia which includes a description of life amongst Nias Island headhunters dutch East Indies, and Australia. Good copy.

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EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 55763

HEUKEN, A. (SJ), "Be my Witness to the Ends of the Earth!". The Catholic Church in Indonesia before the 19th Century. First edition.
Jakarta, Cipta Loka Caraka, 2002 Large 8°., original coloured illustrated flexible wrappers. 216pp. Many illustrations in colour and black/white, in text and full-page, many sketch-maps in text, full-page and one double-spread, of which in colour, all facsims. after old engravings, name-lists of important Franciscan, Jesuit and Dominican missionaries with biographical data, serving in Indonesia before the arrival of the dutch, extensive bibliography, glossary, list of abbreviations, retrospection, table of contents.
An up-to-date history of Roman Catholic mission, missionaries and their achievements, in Indonesia before the arrival of the Dutch and after, which includes a chapter on the Batavia [Roman Catholic] underground church, 17th-18th century. Very good copy.

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EUR 145.00

Book nr.: 48560
     

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