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by William McDougall,Brian Durrans,Charles Hose

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0195885929
Author:
William McDougall,Brian Durrans,Charles Hose
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New Age & Spirituality
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Oxford University Press (March 25, 1993)
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The Pagan Tribes of Borneo: two volume set (Oxford in Asia Hardback Reprints).

The Pagan Tribes of Borneo: two volume set (Oxford in Asia Hardback Reprints). by Charles Hose, William McDougall. ISBN 9780195885927 (978-0-19-588592-7) Hardcover, Oxford University Press, 1993.

Hardback Reprints Author: Charles Hose, William McDougall Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA Book Type: Hardcover Members.

The Pagan Tribes of Borneo two volume set - Oxford in Asia Hardback Reprints Author: Charles Hose, William McDougall. Reissued for the first time since it was originally published in 1912, this magnum opus of Charles Hose is considered by many as a classic of Bornean ethnography. The richly detailed text, photography, and sketches vividly document a way of life that has practically disappeared. Unlike casual observances of visitors, this work contains. more the observations of someone who had lived in Borneo for over twenty years.

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by Charles Hose and William McDougall. With an Appendix on the Physical Characters of the Races of Borneo

by Charles Hose and William McDougall. With an Appendix on the Physical Characters of the Races of Borneo. In writing this book we have aimed at presenting a clear picture of the pagan tribes of Borneo as they existed at the close of the nineteenth century. We have not attempted to embody in it the observations recorded by other writers, although we have profited by them and have been guided and aided by them in making our own observations.

In writing this book we have aimed at presenting a clear picture of the pagan tribes of Borneo as they existed at the close of the nineteenth century

In writing this book we have aimed at presenting a clear picture of the pagan tribes of Borneo as they existed at the close of the nineteenth century. We have rather been content to put on In writing this book we have aimed at presenting a clear picture of the pagan tribes of Borneo as they existed at the close of the nineteenth century

Oxford in Asia hardback reprints. General Note: Reprint. Originally published: London : Macmillan, 1912. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

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com Product Description (ISBN 0195885902, Hardcover). Unlike casual observances of visitors, this work contains the observations of someone who had lived in Borneo for over twenty years. This work will continue to be an indispensable source for the cultures of Central Borneo.

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Reissued for the first time since it was originally published in 1912, this magnum opus of Charles Hose is considered by many as a classic of Bornean ethnography. The richly detailed text, photography, and sketches vividly document a way of life that has practically disappeared. Unlike casual observances of visitors, this work contains the observations of someone who had lived in Borneo for over twenty years. This work will continue to be an indispensable source for the cultures of Central Borneo.