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VISSER, L.E., Mijn Tuin is mijn Kind. Een antropologische studie van de droge Rijstteelt in Sahu (Indonesië). [Original thesis Leiden University].
S.I. [Leiden], s.n., 1984 Original printed wrappers. (x), 306pp. Some text-ills. after line-drawings, some plans in text, some tables, 3 regional sketch-maps on 2LL. of which one with legenda, appendices I-III, incl. a kinship terminology, list of abbreviations used, glossaria, summaries in english and indonesian, bibliography, subject- and geographical registers, C.V. to promovenda at very end.
An anthropological inquiry into the dry or Ladang rice cultivation the district of Sahu, northeastern part of Halmahera (North Moluccas). This study offers a holistic approachto Sahuculture and the leading principle has been the view held by the participants on the significance of rice and rice cultivation. Very good copy.

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EUR 60.00

Book nr.: 48547

VREEDE, M[ischa] DE, Geen verleden tijd. Nederlands op Ambon. [Eerste druk/First edn.].
Amsterdam, Arbeiderspers, 1991 Orig. limp coloured wrappers. 183pp. Some black/white text-ills. after photographs, bibliography, double-p. sketch-map of the moluccan archipelago with a small plan of Ambon on verso, synopsis with author's portrait printed on lower outer wrapper, table of contents.
A collection of 11 stories, nuted down and retold by author during two visits to the Moluccas, related to the dutch colonial period in Indonesia, told to author in dutch. Paperback edn. (as orig. publ.). Fine copy. (name of previous owner in upper right corner of ti.-p.).

EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 46324

VRIES, G. DE, Masora. (De geschiedenis van een Alfoersen Jongen). Derde druk [Third edition].
Delft, Meinema, [....], 1948 Original coloured illustrated front cover with title. Hftitle. 94pp. frontispiece, some monochrome illustrations of which 1 full-page and a portrait of Masora all after drawings by Menno van Meeteren Brouwer, dutch explanation of local Alfurese and common malay words and experssions printed in margins, table of contents on verso of ti.-p. BUUR, I.J., 0754. [This third edition ONLY recorded in "Brinkman", dutch national bibliography].
Dutch language youth story about an Alfur Mountain-boy (Moluccas Island group) by the name of "Masora", his conversion to christianity and his job at the office of the dutch administrator. Also includes information on pagan life, local animals, hunting and gathering, Alfur kinship relations (Patasiwa and Patalima), dutch administration and the presence of dutch missionary ministers. Good copy in attractive coloured publ. boards. (spine skilfully restored, corners a bit damaged, children's name on french title).

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EUR 65.00

Book nr.: 51961

VRIES, G.DE, Bij de Berg-Alfoeren op West Seran. Zeden, gewoonten en mythologie van een oervolk. Orig. edn.
Zutphen, 1927 orig.pict.col. wraps. (xi), 306pp. frontisp., ills. on 28 plates, text-figs, music-scores in text, sketch-map.
Popular ethnographical description by a military officer who commanded the station at Honitetu (Seran) during the years 1921-1923, of the 'Alfur' population in the inland of West Seran. Subjects described are the origin and distribution of the Alune and Wemale population, daily life and means of subsistence, ethnic religion (spirit belief, ancestor worship, taboos, prohibitory symbols, divination) and the Kakean Society, traditional healing, clothing and ornaments, music and dance, alcoholism, life-cycle and rites (birth, first menstruation, marriage, death), customary law, social organization and kinship, housing and indigenous terminology. PP. 149-280 contain 35 folk-tales and legends, mainly from Ahiolo (Wemale). In the appendix the differences between the Alune and the Wemale are summarized. (Polman, Centr. Moluccas, op.cit.). Fine copy. Scarce.

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EUR 160.00

Book nr.: 41371

VUYK, B. (E. de Willigen-Vuyk, 1905-1992), Het laatste Huis van de Wereld. 1st. edn.
Utrecht, 1939 Cloth, 212pp., frontisp. & ills. after drawings by Thomas Nix. BUUR, PD, 1416
Novel, strongly autobiographical, set on Buru (:the Moluccas).

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Book nr.: 5971

VUYK, B. (E. de Willigen-Vuyk, 1905-1992), De wilde groene geur van het Avontuur. First (& only)edn.
Batavia-C., De Unie, 1941 large sq.8°. orig. boards. 109pp. "Fakkel Reeks 1". BUUR, PD, 1500.
Contains 5 short stories, of which set in the Moluccas. Rare. (some minor worming on recte's (Blanks) of covers & tp.i, very light shaving to boards, fly-lvs. stained, but all in all a good copy of a rare edn.).

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Book nr.: 37070

VUYK, B. (E. de Willigen-Vuyk, 1905-1991), Het hout van Bara. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Utrecht, De Haan, 1947 Large 8°, orig.clothbacked boards, gilded covertitle with vignette. 200pp., frontispiece, 16 monochrome plates after woodcuts by Thomas Nix, glossary common malay-dutch. BUUR, PD, 1646.
Dutch language novel, with strong autobiographical tendency, describing the struggle for bare existence on Bara Island, Moluccan Island group, in a period of declining trade in Copra and the search for better trade in Ironwood production. Good untrimmed copy.

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Book nr.: 5975

VUYK, B. (E. de Willigen-Vuyk, 1905-1992), De Kinderen van Boeton Leon. [Eerste druk; first edition].
Amsterdam, C. de Boer Jr., 1948 Original clothbacked boards, front cover illustrated in colour after a watercolour by B. Abdullah. 223pp. 17 full page monochrome and coloured plates after watercolours and drawings by B. Abdullah, extensive explanatory glossary common malay-dutch, table of contents. ["Vrije Vaart" (jeugdserie). BUUR, I.J., 0877.
Dutch language juvenile in which a picture is drawn of daily life and adventures by children on a copraplantation near a small Moluccan coastal villag on the Island of Buton Leon. which includes a note on page 213 of Japanese navyl officers, impersonating fishermen secretly mapping the coastal area of the island. (front inner hinge skilfully reinforced, ti.-p. stained and worn, corners of covers with wear, lower coter cover a bit stained, contents clean however).

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Book nr.: 52459

VUYK, B.(E. de Willigen-Vuyk, 1905-1991), Het laatste Huis van de Wereld. Vijfde druk [Fifth edition].
's-Gravenhage, Nijgh & Van Ditmar, 1954 Small 8°. Original publ. boards, rectangular title label on front side. Dustjacket. Hftitle (verso blank). 155pp. Glossary of indonesian words and phrases printed at tail margins. ["Nimmer Dralend"reeks No. 43]. BUUR, PD, 1416.
Dutch language novel with strong autobiographical tendency, in which daily life and loneliness of two european males, almost lost amidst the local population on a small Eastern Indonesian Island, Buru, Moluccan Island Group. Almost cut-off from a world in economic crises. Very good copy, WITH DUSTJACKET.

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 57044

WALL, V.I. VAN DE, De Nederlandsche Oudheden in de Molukken.
Den Haag, 1928 Small thick 4°, gilt decorated cloth, lettered, (xx), 313pp. Frontisp., 155 ills. & plates, 3 folded sketch-maps at the end depicting the location of monuments described (with legenda), list of Governor's names of Banda, appendices, register of names, errata, occasional descriptons to plates in english.
Description of the remains of 17th & 18th century Dutch fortresses, tombstones, churches, a.o. monuments, in context of the Dutch East India Company, VOC history, still present on Ambon, Buru, Seram, Saparua, Haruku, Banda & Nusa Laut. (Polman, Central Moluccas, op.cit.). Very good copy. Rare. (corners very slightly damaged, spine slightly sunned.).

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EUR 660.00

Book nr.: 5998

WALLACE, A[lfred] Russell (1823-1913), In Oost-Indië. [title on hftitle reads:"Wallace's laatste reizen"]. Banda en Amboina-Ternate en Halmaheira-Nieuw-Guinee - Kajoa en Batjan-Ceram, Goram en Watoebelia-Waingeoe-Timor-Java. Nieuwe uitgave/New edition [in one volume].
Amsterdam, P.N. van Kampen en Zoon, [circa], 1880 Small 8°, original cloth, title partly in gilt and black type with a large gilt tooled illustration on front boards. 192pp. Frontispiece, many steel-engraved illustrations in text by A. Ising, table of contents. This [new] edition NOT called-for in holdings of Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV, listed in Royal Dutch Library, KB.
Dutch language translation of Alfred Russel Wallace's magnum opus "The Malay Archipelago". Title on french title reads:"Wallace's laatste Reizen" (Wallace's last travels). This "Nieuwe Uitgave" (new edition in 1 vol.) informs dutch youths on Wallace's last travels in dutch colonial Indonesia, mainly through the smaller Islands of Eastern Indonesia (Molucas and Timor dependencies). It is a concise edition after the original two-volume dutch language set of 1874 under the title:"A.R. Wallace's laatste reisen door den Oost-Indischen Archipel, voor de jeugd bewerkt". A rare one volume edition. Good clean copy. (very skilfully rebound copy with a matching new spine using original cloth panels, new endpapers added preceding original endpapers and french title, bookblock a bit trimmed, NOT disturbing however).

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EUR 750.00

Book nr.: 47818

WELTJE, H.C., A.W. DEN BOER (Chief editors) (et.al.), ZELFBESCHIKKING: Orgaan van de Stichting Door de Eeuwen Trouw [DDET]/Tijdschrift gewijd aan het Vrijheidsstreven van onderdrukte etnische minderheden in het bijzonder die in Indonesië. [Originele uitgave; Oridinal edition].
Doetinchem-Barneveld-Groningen, Stichting door de Eeuwen Trouw (DDET), 1970- 1990 Original dutch language and illustrated magazine opposing ethnic discrimination in particular in the Republic of Indonesia. STOCKED: Volume I-No. 1 ( (September 1970) - 4 (December 1970; complete). Volume 2-no. 1 (Januari/February 1971)- Volume 21-No. 1(April 1990). (All published/discontinued). Tog. in 87 parts as issued. Complete. Small 4°>original partly coloured and illustrated wrappers. Stapled. Each part approx. 16pp. Captioned monochrome illustrations of which many portraits of dutch, moluccan, apapua and indonesian politicians, cartoons after drawings, "In Memoriams", sponsoring advertism.
Complete set of this dutch language [political] magazine partly published by The dutch Society of "Perpetual Loyalty" [between the dutch and the indonesian population] (Stichting "Door de EEuwen Trouw", DDET). A political voice propagating Selfdetermination and Homerule for The South Moluccan Republic [Republik Maluku Selatan/Badan Persatuan], West Papua or West Irian [Organisasi Papua Merdeka] and Eastern Timor [Timor Oriental] in particular and general ethnic discrimination. Final issue celebrates the 40th anniversary of the declaration of Indipendence of the Republic of the South Moluccas. This magazine is a continuation and partly incorporates the magazine "De Stem van Ambon ", [Amon's Voice], published between 1950-1970. Complete Set in good to very good condition. Rare. [perforated alongside spine). ISSN 0166-1205.

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Book nr.: 53654

WELTJE, H.C., Dertigduizend ballingen willen terug naar hun tropisch Vaderland. Ambonezen in Nederland wachten al ruim 18 jaar. Offpr.fr.:"De Graafschap-Bode".
S.L., nd. [c.1960]. sm.8°. orig.pict.wraps. 10pp. Some text-ills, sketch-maps. Stapled.
Synoptical account, orig. publ. in a dutch newspaper "De Graafschap", of a tour to various South Moluccan temporarily camps in the Netherlands (Lunetten, Waalwijk, Breda); author takes the conclusiton that South Moluccans still wish to return to the Moluccas, after their [forced] repatriation in 1950 and advocates independence for the R.M.S. (Republik Maluku Selatan).

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Book nr.: 37072

WERKGROEP MOLUKKEN PACIFISTISCH SOCIALISTISCHE PARTIJ (Compilers and editorial board), De P.S.P. en de Molukse Strijd.
Amsterdam, PSP-Pacifistisch Socialistische Partij, 1982 Small folio. Original clothbacked limp wrappers. Covertitle in bold monochrome type, traditional moluccan style designs on front side. 28pp. cyclostyled text. rather extensive bibliography, list of place-names with dominant ethnic moluccan groupsmonochrome illustrations in text after drawings of which referring to moluccan living and housing conditions, table of contents.
Dutch language paper researching the moluccan society in the Netherlands, e.g.: general social status, employment and unemployment, kinship relations, housing conditions, labour and unemployment drop-outs and, school education, political thinking traditional mores, integration or assimilation in dutch society, petty crime, etc. Interesting brochure published and compiled by command of a small dutch left wing party P.S.P., or Pacifistisch Socialistische Partij. Very good copy.

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EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 56642

WERTHEIM, C.J.M., Verslag van mijne reis naar de Kei-eilanden. Offpr.fr.:"TAG, 1892".
Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1892 sm.8°. orig. boards. 119pp.
Report by a member of the expedition to Kei-Island group (Moluccas) organized by the Royal Dutch Geographical Society KNAG in 1888. Extensive data are first supplied on geological features of the Island, the agronomical situation is discussed with suggestions for improvement, further data are supplied on location of villages, spread of main ethnic groups across the island, further means of subsistence, kinship relations & life-cycle are briefly discussed. Scarce.

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EUR 170.00

Book nr.: 37073

WERUMEUS BUNING, A. In en om de kampong. Oost-Indische Schetsen. Eerste druk [First edition].
Rotterdam, s.n. [....], 1897 sm. 8°, orig. pictorial & decorated publ. cloth, pictorial spine with gilt lettering on upper boards and spine. (IV), 386, (2)pp. (list of contents). BUUR, PD, 467
Collection of 'sketches', being keen personal observations of the local indigenous population, of colonial Indonesia (:) Java & the javanese (housing, dress, food), the Dayak-people, the Moluccas, on the Buginese, the chinese, alfurese on Sulawesi, etc.). (bds. somewh. faded, but still very attractive)

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EUR 115.00

Book nr.: 6088

WEST NEW GUINEA HUMAN RIGHTS - The Human Rights and the Findamental Freedoms of the Papuan People of West New Guinea are trodden under foot by the Indonesian Government; Les Droits de l'Homme et lesLibertés fondamentales du Peuple Papou de la Nouvelle Guinée Occidentale...; Most urgent Appleal...[First original edition].
S.I. [New York], s.n. [The Freedom Committee of West Papua/West New Guinea, [....], 1968 Small 4°., original limp wrappers, stapled. Bold black type covertitle with a map of East- and West New Guinea (West Papua). 24pp. of cyclostyled bi-lingual text, english-french, some portraits of indonesian politicians, facsims. after dutch press releases, Census sketch map of West New Guinea (Irian Barat) with key printed on lower outer cover, excerpt of the dutch-Indonesian New York agreement 1962, facsims. of dutch press releases by a.o. Adam Malik, Indonesian secretary of State, President Suharto (et.al.) referring to the right of self-determination by West Papuans.
English-french language appeal to his excellency the secretary-General and - His Excellency the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations, United Nations Headquarters New York City, by representatives of the West Papua Committee, referring to political agreements between The Netherlands and the Republic of Indonesia, New York 1962, demanding the legitime right of self-determination as laid-down by agreement, for the People of West Papua or West-New Guinea (Irian Barat), neglect of human rights by Indonesia, violence against the West Papuan population. Copy with a 3-line ms. dedication in ink, signed by Nicolaas [Jouwe] and "Ben" (signature unreadable), two West Papuan politicians and nationalists, on verso of front cover. Good copy. (a little bit dog-eared).

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Book nr.: 51850
     

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