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Twenty years in Borneo
|Statement||by Charles Bruce, with sixteen half-tone plates.|
|LC Classifications||DS646.33 .F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 265,  p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||25002477|
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Twenty Years in Borneo by Charles Bruce This book, originally published inis an account of an expatriate's experiences in a hundred years ago.
The author attempts to inject some humour into his varied experiences on the island. A page book to read with some photo illustrations. Weight: kg. *On request this book will be sent post free by surface mail to any part of the world when.
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Title: Twenty Years in Borneo. Author: Charles Bruce. Publisher: Cassell and Company, First edition. Condition: Hardcover, good. Some wear to cover and spine. Some foxing to pages. With 16 black-and-white photographic plates. Seventeen Years Among the Sea Dyaks of Borneo, by Edwin Herbert Gomes NTRODUCTION With the establishment of Rajah Brooke’s government in Twenty years in Borneo book, the different races of its native Twenty years in Borneo book gradually became known to English people, and at length the Dyakland of Borneo has found a definite place and shape in the English mind, much as the Zululand of Africa has done.1/5(1).
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