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HANBURY-TENNISON, R., A pattern of Peoples. A journey among the tribes of Indonesia's outer Islands. Forew. by M. MacDonald. First edn.
New York, 1975 sm.8°. cloth, with dj. 219pp. ills. on 8 col. plates, sketch-maps on endpapers, index, bibliogr.
Report of a 3-month journey through Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Seram and Irian Jaya in 1973. The author is [was]connected with 'Survival International', an organization which seeks to prevent the extinction of the World's remaining tribal groups. His aim was 'to show that to try to achieve the high ideals set by the Indonesian government for the future, without respict for alternative indigenous values, is a retrogressive step'. pp.139-162 deal with his stay on Seram with the Valeri's who had then been doing anthropological research among the Huaulu for two years. Among the topics discussed are head-hunting and the rapid decline of the birth-rate among the Huaulu.

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EUR 70.00

Book nr.: 37025

HANNA, Willard A. & DES ALWI, Ternate dan Tidore. Masa Lahu Penuh Gejolak.
Jakarta, Sinar Harapan, 1996 Orig. limp glossy wrappers, illustration on front- and lower outer wrappers. (x), 276pp. frontispiece, Black/white ills., of which some full-page, extensive bibliography, table of contents.
A concise indonesian language history of Ternate and Tidore, the Moluccas. Good copy.

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EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 46434

HARTVELDT, DOLF TAAL2. Tweetalige opvoeding van Molukse Kinderen. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Utrecht, Landelijk Steunpunt Edukatie Molukkers, 1994 Large 8°. Original coloured glossy limp publ. serappers. Frontcover title in bold capital white type with a red coloured illustration at tail. 104pp. 4 captioned monochrome plates illustrating moluccan parents and children in educational situations, monochrome cartoons in text, comparative data and diagrams in text, appendices 16 of which one with data of a questionnaire held amongs Moluccan parents, bibliography, register, synopsis and concise biogr. note to author printed on outer back cover, table of contents.
Dutch language scholarly publication by which an attempt is made to stimulate moluccan parents to join and accept a language program on behalf of moluccan children, by which bi-lingual education is presented mastering both dutch and moluccan malay tongue to be incorporated in dutch primary school vicational education. A bi-lingual education is preferred byt author although it is realized parents are confronted with educational and practical problems. A very interesting stury about an advanced way stimulationg bi-lingual education to primary school chelren from an ethnic minority group living in the Netherlands. Very good copy. 9UPPER LEFT CORNER OF BACK COVER CRACKED).

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 56764

HEERINGA, G., "Amboina-Ambon". Een volk in de diaspora.
Lunteren, nd.[c.1965]. sm.8°. limp pict. col. wraps. 117pp. some sketch-maps. with legenda,
A mainly historical review of the history of Ambon, from portuguese times up till the Soumokil declaration of independence & the formation of the R.M.S.(Republik Maluku Selatan), incl. notes on the japanese occupation, the Kakéan rites, Pela, religion, life-cycle, the forced repatriation of Ambonese KNIL-members with their families to the Netherlands; assimilation problems are looked into, education of Ambonese school-children, the spread of ambonese cummunities across the Netherlands,&c...

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Book nr.: 37028

HEHUAT,Han (Design), De Stem van Ambon Kerstnummer 1965. [Originele Affiche; Original Christmas Poster].
Amersfoort, Stichting door de Eeuwen Trouw, 1965 In-plano. Small centre folded folio. [420x290mm.]. Text in bold red and balck type in dutch. Coloured poster, signed in print, published as a supplement on behalf of suscribers of a Moluccan minority group publication "De Stem van Ambon", published by the "Society faithfull through the Ages" ("Stichting door de Eeuwen Trouw"), Christmas issue December 1965.
Nicely designed coloured Christmas 1965 poster. Well preserved. (small tear in tail margin skilfully restored by acid-free thin clearview paper).

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 55435

HEIJ, C.J., Biographical Notes of Antonie Augustus Bruijn 1842-1890. His life as a Marine Officer in the Dutch Navy and Lifetime as a trader in Naturalia on Ternate, The Moluccas, Indonesia. Observed and written by Alfred Russell Wallace and Achille Raffray. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Bogor, IPB Press, 2011 Medium 8°. Original limp wrappers. Covertitle with a large coloured portrait of Antonie Bruijn. 145pp. Many captioned coloured and monochrome illustrations in text of which portraits, many facsims. after archivalia, graph in text illustrating value of birds, bird skins and feathers exported from the Dutch East Indies 1904-1932, note about author with a coloured portrait at rear end, synopsis on lower outer cover.
English language scholarly biographical note to Antonie Augustus Bruijn, settling on Ternate after a Royal Duth Navy Career, his life as a trader in naturalia and name-giver to many unknown species discovered. Photos of excellent quality. Very fine copy. Out-of-Print.

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Book nr.: 53243

HEIJ, C.J. & C.F.E. ROMPAS [Co-worker/translator], eulipola wallacei southeastasia malukEkologi Megapoda Maluku (Burung Momoa, Eulipola wallacei) di Pulau Haruku dan beperapa pulau di Maluku, Indonesia. Edisi Ketiga. [Original Indonesian language translation of:"The biology of the Moluccan megapode Eulipoa wallacei (Aves, Galliformes, Megapodidae).
Rotterdam,-Ambon, C.J. Heij [COP], 2011 Large 8°. Original illustrated limp coloured warappers. Large coloured illustration of the species discussed on front side with covertitle in bold monochrome and white capital type.(xiii), 238pp. Numerous captioned monochrome illustrations in text after original photographs, featuring habitat, co-workers on the job, species,some charts in text and situation-plans, numerous comparative diagrams and statistics in text, bibliography, 5 small coloured illustrations on lower outer cover, colophon on verso of ti.-p., sponsoring ads. (Logo's) on verso of french title, table of contents.
Indonesian languageedition, translated from the original english, being thescientific report, a field-study by Kees (C.J.) Heij, assisted by some local moluccan co-workers, carried out between 1994-95 and 1996, about the natural habitat and natural history of spread and utilzation egg-depositing fields by Moluccan megapode Eulipoa wallacei Aves, Galliformes, Megipodidae, or Grootpoothoen] on various islands of the Moluccas, especially however at Tanjung Maleo near Kailolo village, Haruku island. Numerous detailed data are presented about ecolocy, habitat, natural history, including however local customary facts and beliefs about this specimen. A very interesting piece of research. Translated into indonesian language on behalf of students, incorporated into the curriculum of Pattimura University Ambon City, faculties of biology, ecology and environment, natural history.Very fine copy.

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Book nr.: 56312

HEIJ, C.J. (et.al., co-workers), The biology of the Moluccan megapode Eulipoa wallacei (Aves, Galliformes, Megapodidae) on Haruku and other Moluccan Islands, part 2: final part. [Original edition].
Rotterdam, Deinsea, 1997 Large 8°. Original illustrated glossy limp coloured warappers. Large monochrome illustration on front side with publ. name in bold monochrome capital type at top margin. 127pp. 8 coloured and captioned illustrations on 2 plates at rear end featuring the natural habitat, the bird and eegs laid, many captioned monochrome illustrations in text of reasonable quality featuring natural habitat, moluccan co-workers on sites, natural habitats, eggs and other sites, double page diagram illustrating position chosen laying eggs, numerous comparative data in text illustrating research results, some sketch-maps in text with key/legenda illustrating research sites, foreword. ["Jaarbericht van het Natuurmuseum Rotterdam/Annual of the Natural History Museum Rotterdam", 1997].
English language scientific report, a field-study by Kees (C.J.) Heij, assisted by some local moluccan co-workers, carried out between 1994-95 and 1996, about the natural habitat and natural history of spread and utilzation egg-depositing fields by Moluccan megapode Eulipoa wallacei Aves, Galliformes, Megipodidae, or Grootpoothoen] on various islands of the Moluccas, especially however at Tanjung Maleo near Kailolo village, Haruku island. Numerous detailed data are presented about ecolocy, habitat, natural history, including however local customary facts and beliefs about this specimen. A very interesting piece of research. Very fine copy.

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 56304

HEIJ, Kees [C.J.] HANS POST, De Maleo, een vreemde vogel. Geheel vernieuwde uitgave [Completely revised edition].
Den Haag, Oranje van Loon [TYP.], [....], 2014 Large 8°. Original coloured and illustrated glazed boards. Frontcover with title in bold capital yellow type, with an illustration of the Maleo Bird at tail, repeated as ti.-p. Coloured and illustrated lower outer cover with text in monochrome type at tail. [36] unnumbered pp. of fine coloured plates and dutch language text, being the search for the the rarely seen Grootpoothoen, Maleo, or Eulipola Wallacei. Illustrations after photographs by C.J. Heij, H.F. de Jong, H. Post and S. Herst, illustrations by Lies van der Mijn. DFITH 3 original coloured and illustrated leaves with dutch descriptive text and self-adhesive peel-off stickers in colour. Text indicates wher to place stickers supplied, loosely inserted.
Dutch language children's book, adapted, edited and abridged after the original scholarly field-study by Kees (C.J.) Heij, carried out between 1994-95 and 1996, with strong support of the local (Moluccan) populationn, on the egg-depositing fields of Tanjung Maleo near Kailolo village, Haruku island, Moluccan Island Group, Indonesia. This translation is a simple but well described excerpt adapted on behalf of dutch children including a stimulating educational game selecting the rigt self-adhesive stickers on the righ place. MINT copy.

EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 56301

HELFRICH, C.E.L., De Militair-Strategische positie van de Republiek Zuid-Molukken. [Derde licht verbeterde druk; Third slightly expanded edition].
[Eindhoven], Stichting "Door de Eeuwen Trous"[DDET], [circa], 1960 Small 8°. Original bi-coloured wrappers, stapled. Covertitle with author's portrait. 32pp. 7 monochrome plates, 4 full-page monochrome sketch-maps with legenda stressing the politico-military positions of the South Moluccas and the dutch territory of New Guinea. this slightly expanded edition NOT called-for in Royal Dutch Library of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV.
In this dutch language brochure author (former ABDA fleet commander in the Pacific war) stresses the political and military-strategic geographic position of the Republic of the South-Moluccas, thus creating a stronghold opposing expansion of Russian communism, protecting both Australia and the dutch Territory of New Guinea. Very fine copy.

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Book nr.: 53721

HELFRICH, C.E.L. [1886-1962], De militair-strategische positie van de Republiek Zuid Molukken. [verschillende edities; various editions].
's-Gravenhage-Eindhove n, Voorlichtingsdienst Republiek Zuid-Molukken-Stichting door de Eeuwen Trouw, [circa], 1950 Small 8°. original wrappers, stabled. Covertitle in bold black type, full-page sketch-map on frontcover featuring the strategic position of the Moluccas. 32pp. Coloured illustration featuring the National Flag of the South Moluccan Republic, with explanatory tex and text to the provisional constitution at rear end.
Dutch language essay by which author attempts to prove that the Moluccan Island Group is of very important military stategic position in the sruggle agains world communism, which includes the communist clique around President Sukarno. This island-group is considered of great importance for the defence of Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and Australia, argueing teh process of dislocation from the Indonesian Republic to a independent Republic under the banner of the Dutch Kingdom. Author was a Rear-admiral in the Dutch Navy, CINC of ABDA command during the Pacific War and the only dutch representative to the Japanese surrender on the battleship Missouri, Tokyo Bay, August 17th., 1945.

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Book nr.: 55639

HERMANS, A.H.W.M., De Notemuskaatcultuur in Nederlandsch-Indië sedert de opheffing van het Monopolie. Orig. thesis [Amsterdam university].
Steil, 1926 orig. wraps. (xii), 111pp. frontisp., ills. on 8 plates in a separate stapled booklet in endpocket, [6]pp. of tables at end, tabs. in text, bibliogr.
Dutch language scientific research intoNutmeg cultivation, production and trade in Indonesia and abroad after the break of the V.O.C. trade monopoly, 1816. A very fine copy. Scarce.

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Book nr.: 12099

HERMANS, A.H.W.M., De Notemuskaatcultuur in Nederlandsch-Indië sedert de opheffing van het Monopolie. Orig. thesis [Amsterdam university].
Steil, s.n., 1926 Original printed wrappers. (xii), 111pp. frontisp., ills. on 8 plates in a separate stapled booklet in endpocket, [6]pp. of tables at end, tables in text, bibliography, table of contents.
Dutch language thesis, researching the history, development, exports of nutmeg cultivation in dutch colonial Indonesia, focused upon the Moluccas, and the impact of global commerical competition, occurring after the ban of the Dutch East India companies' monopoly in 1816. (a mediocre copy with very heavy foxing throughout, frontispiece loose, wrappers soiled).

EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 47915

HEYNNEMAN, Ronald, Ibu Maluku. The story of Jeanne Marie van Diejen-Romen [an extraordinary life in the vanishing world world of the Dutch East Indies; subtitle on front cover].. [First edition].
Hartwell, Temple House, 2002 Large stout 8°. Original coloured glossy limp wrappers. Coertitle in bold typography with a coloured illustration of Ternate Island and a monochrome portrait of Jeann e Marie van Diejen-Romen. (xii), 638pp. Captioned monochrome illustrations on 8 plates, some topographical sceneries and many portraits, 3 full page monochrome sketch maps of the Moluccas, concise biogr. note with a portrait of author in verso of ti.-p., editor'ial note, endnotes and references, glossary of terms indonesian-malay-english, illustrated publ. list at rear end, synopsis with portrait on lower outer cover, table of contents.
Detailed english language authentic life-story of Jeanne Marie van Diejen, a planter's wife living on pre-war Ternate, incl. notes on visits to Biak Island, dutch territory of New Guinea, the outbreak of the Pacific war, the japanese invasion of Ternate, her imprisonment and work as a nurse and counselor in a japanese concentration camp, the liberation of the Moluccas, facing political and social pressure during the dutch-indonesian armed dispute 1945-1950. Paperback edition (as orig. publ.). Very fine copy. (Top margin of ti.-p. clipped).

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Book nr.: 53346

HILKHUIJSEN, Jos W.L., DOLF LEATOMU, RITA WASSING-VISSER, Pameran Masohi Maluku De Molukken tussen traditie en toekomst. [Tentoonstelling Volkenkundig Museum "?Nusantara"].
[Delft], Volkenkundig Museum "Nusantara", [....], 1981 Square medium 8°. (200x220mm.). Original coloured and illustrated glossy lomp wrappers, coverititle in bold white type. 123pp. of indonesian and dutch language text. 97 captioned monochrome illustrations, of which facsims. after archivalia, featuring Moluccan cultural heritage pas and present, Area map on verso of ti.-p., table of abbreviations used, bibnloiography, colophon.
Indonesian-dutch language catalogue of an exhibition kept at the Delft Museum of Anthropology "Nusantara", in which a detailed survey is given of the cultural material heritage from the Moluccan Island Group Indonesia, past and present, e.g.: traditional weavings, decorated slit-drums, woodcarvings, weapons, etc. Nice Catalogue in good condition.

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Book nr.: 54514

HINTZEN, P., Nederland en de Zuidmolukkers.
Lelystad, Stichting IVIO, 1977 12°. pict. lim wraps. 20pp. text-ills. "A.O. Reeks No. 1674".
Essay, spreading popular knowledge among the dutch of the position of the South Moluccan population in the Netherlands, touching upon the origin of the R.M.S.(Republik Maluku Selatan).

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Book nr.: 37030

HINTZEN, P., Zuidmolukkers op weg - waarheen? [Eerste druk; first edition].
Lelystad, Stichting IVIO, 1978 12°. original coloured and illustrated limp thin wrappers, stapled. 20pp. Black/white illustrations, of which some portraits, in text, extensive footnotes, list of literature consulted, publ. information on lower outer cover, which includes a concise biography of author with a portrait. [ "A.O. Reeks", No. 1717].
Dutch language popular but well documented inquiry into the socio-economic and political position of the South Moluccan Minority population group in The Netherlands and the future. Very good copy.

EUR 15.00

Book nr.: 50142

HUETING, A., De Tobeloreezen in hun denken en doen (eerste/tweede gedeelte). In:"BKI",vol.77-2/3.(1921).
's-Gravenhage, Nijhoff 1921 2 parts. 8°. Original wrappers. pp [137]-342]; pp.[217]-357. Extensive table of tobelorese songs and riddles: tobelorese text with extensive explanation and translations in dutch, pp. pp. 285-340, table of contents.
Ethnography of the Tobelorese by a dutch protestant missionary who worked among this ethnic group on Halmaheira (1896-1915). Information is given on settlement pattern, ethnic religion, physical appearance & clothing, life-cycle, rites & feasts, means of subsistence, the Tobelorese as Muslims and Christians, etc. (Polman, Central Moluccas, op.cit.). Untrimmed and partly unopened copy. Scarce. (wraps. of pt. 1 gone but skilfully replaced by blanks, some occasional marginal pencil annotations, a bit dog-eared, spines with cloth strips).

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Book nr.: 53167

HUETING, A., Geschiedenis der Zending op het Eiland Halmahera. [Utrechtse Zendings-Vereeniging]. Orig.edn.
Oegstgeest, Zendingsvereeniging, s.d.[circa], 1930 Thick 8°. orig. wraps. 323, [7]pp.
History of Dutch Protestant mission (Utrechtse Zendings Vereen.) on Halmaheira & Morotai from 1866-1929. General introd. on history & ethnic religion, followed by a detailed survey of missionary work in Galela & Tobelo, Loloda, Kau, Dodinga, Jailolo, Buli & Weda, Morotai. Next an account is given of missionary conferences, policy & pracise, missionary personnel, education, the development of a christian customary law, the use of malay & local languages in mission, health services, incl. a list of names & terms of office of the missionaries at Halmaheira. (Polman, N.Moluccas, op.cit.). Rare. (wraps. somewh. waterstained, 1st blank lightly foxed.)

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