5 edition of British policy in the Malay Peninsula, 1880-1910. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: v. 1, p. -262.A revised and expanded version of the authors thesis, University of London, 1956.
|Statement||University of Malaya Press|
|Publishers||University of Malaya Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|v. 1. The southern and central States.|
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The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia. of History, University of Malaya, 1954. "Urban sanitation, health and water supply in late nineteenth and early twentieth century colonial Singapore. British Malaya, 16 12 :150-152, Apr.
Patterns and traditions of loyalty in the Chinese community of Singapore, 1900-1941. British intervention in Malaya, 1867-1877. "The Chinese in Malaya and China's politics 1895-1911. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1975. Similarly, advances in the social sectors during this period were influenced more by the need to ensure the success of colonial economic activities than by any vision of social development for the people of Malaya.
"The gold standard in Mauritius and the Straits Settlements between 1850-1914. The British in Malaya, 1880-1941: the social history of a European community in colonial South-East Asia.
Levels of infant mortality would almost certainly be higher elsewhere in the Peninsula, away from areas where the workforce was concentrated.
The case of Selangor shows the important role played by immigrants. Opium and empire: Chinese society in colonial Singapore, 1800-1910. " Journal of Southeast Asian History, 2 1 :57-75, 1961. Investments in health care and education mainly benefited the colonial administrators and elite families living in towns, with only very limited medical services and schooling reaching rural areas.
Child death in municipal Singapore, 1900-1930: an analysis of the evidence British policy in the Malay Peninsula the coroner's court. London: Cambridge University Press, 1966. These states also developed better infrastructure. Chinese female immigration into the Straits Settlements, 1860-1901.
The labour force was small and did not grow through most of the early 20th century.
A revision of author's thesis Ph.