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Documents on Indonesian history [19--] [manuscript]
Bib ID 1452460
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Eerdmans, A. J. A. F
 
Description [19--] 
8 v. 
Summary

Items 1 - Eerste afdeeling: Algemeene geschiedenis van Celebes. 2 - Eerste afdeeling: Algemeene geschiedenis van Celebes. 3 - Eerste afdeeling: Algemeen geschiedenis van Celebes. 4 - Tweede afdeeling I - Geschiedenis der Makassaarsche royken Gowa en Tallo. 5 - Tweede afdeeling II -Geschiedenis van Bonle (metgeslachtsloyst Vorsten) 6 - Tweede afdeeling III - Geschiedenis van: Tanettle, Soppeng, etc. 7 - Tweede afdeeling IV - Geschiedenis van: Sanrabonle, de Toeratleyalanden, etc. 8 - Tweede afdeeling V -Geschiedenis van Boeton, Saleier, Soembawa (eiland).

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 1474.

In Dutch.

Related Material Associated materials : held by the National Library of Australia at NLA MS 1081 and 1495. 
Reproduction Typescript. 
Subjects Celebes (Indonesia) -- History.  |  Indonesia -- History.
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