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Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-109) and index.
|Series||Studies from the International Institute for Asian Studies|
|LC Classifications||DT469.M422 M67 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||98043160|
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First published in Routledge is an i Pages: In a fleet of five East India ships from the Nether-lands landed on the uninhabited island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, which they claimed as a Dutch possession. Being rich in food and water and free of diseases, Mauritius became an important station for outward or homeward-bound ships of the Dutch East India Company, who built a fort, garrisoned the island, began cutting the island.
Concise History of Mauritius by Bissoondoyal, S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, A Fruitful and Healthy Land Mauritius became an important station for outward or homeward-bound ships of the Dutch East India Company, who built a fort, garrisoned the island, began cutting the island's ebony forests, and introduced slaves from Madagascar, some of whom succeeded in escaping.
Concise history of Dutch Mauritius, London ; New York: Kegan Paul International ; Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies, (OCoLC) Online version: Moree, P.J. (Perry J.), Concise history of Dutch Mauritius, Dutch -- Mauritius. Mauritius -- History. Mauritius -- Ethnic relations.
Contents. The Years The Netherlands in the Year The Dutch East India Company (VOC). Wybrant Warwijck and the First Dutch Landing on Mauritius.
Frequent Calls at Mauritius by the Dutch. The Road to Occupation Ch. The First Period of Occupation. A concise history of Dutch Mauritius, a fruitful and healthy land. London ; New York: Leiden: Kegan Paul International ; International Institute for Asian Studies. MLA Citation. Moree, P.
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Mauritius was an official settlement of the Dutch East India Company on the island of Mauritius between andand used a refreshing station for passing ships.
It was already frequented by Dutch ships from onwards, but only settled into prevent Capital: Port de Warwick (Mahébourg). The known history of Mauritius begins with its discovery by Arabs, followed by Europeans and its appearance on maps in the early 16th century.
Mauritius was successively colonized by the Dutch, the French and the British, and became independent in Paris: Les Editions du Pacifique Moree, P.J. () A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, A fruitful and healthy Land. London & NewYork:Kegan Paul International. History Compass, Vol.
8, Issue. 7, p. This book argues that the Dutch East India Company empire manifested itself through multiple networks that amalgamated spatially and over time into an imperial web whose sovereignty was effectively created and maintained but always partial and contingent.
Networks of Empire proposes that early Cited by: Mauritius: Stop-over for the Dutch sailors After the departure of Van Warwick, other Dutch A concise history of Dutch Mauritius on their way to the East Indies stopped regularly in Mauritius.
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A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, A Fruitful and Healthy Land. New developments in Asian studies. 1 K. Heeringa, "De Nederlanders op Mauritius en Madagascar," Indische Gids XVII (),Since the above was written, the following has been published: P.J.
Moree, A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, (London, ),2 Since the above was written, however, I am pleased to note the appearance of Nigel Worden.
5 Moree, Concise History of Dutch Mauritius. 6 Ibidem, 3. 7 Ibidem, 2; Grant, Charles, The History of Mauritius or the Isle of France and the Neighbouring Islands From Their First Discovery to the Present Time (New Delhi, ); Bonaparte, Roland, Le Premier Établissement des Néerlandais à.
The Dodo: From extinction to the fossil record. Moree, P. A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, Kegan Paul, London. The book is richly illustrated with maps and Author: Julian Hume.
A concise history of Dutch Mauritius, A fruitful and healthy land. London, International Institute for Asian Studies, Wrappers. With 27 plates. (12), pp. [Boeknr.: ] € 30, A concise history of Dutch Mauritius, a fruitful and healthy land by P.
Moree: La Corporation municipale de Port-Louis by L. Rivaltz Quenette: Creating the Creole Island by Megan Vaughan: Creoles and coolies, or, Five years in Mauritius by Patrick Beaton: La Cuisine de l'OcÃ©an Indien (French Edition) by Orphie.
Native to the small island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, the chubby flightless Dodo bird (Raphus cucullatus) became famous through its own extinction. Discovered by the Dutch in the 16 th century, the creature disappeared from the Earth’s surface within some 80 years of its discovery.
Today still the Dodo, its environment, ecological function and extinction interests many scientists. A concise history of Dutch Mauritius, a fruitful and healthy land by P.
Moree Kuaaina Kahiko: Life and Land in Ancient Kahikinui, Maui (Choice. A concise History of Dutch Mauritius. Perry Moree. 2nd ed. A concise History of Dutch Mauritius, pp. Soft cover. A complete history of Mauritius and its discovery by the Dutch, including the demise of the dodo.
Book is in excellent, complete condition and scarce. - A concise history of Dutch Mauritius, a fruitful and healthy land. London/New York: Kegan Paul International, - pp.: [en] ISBN 36 Moree, PJ A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, – A Fruitful and Healthy Land (, Kegan Paul International and International Institute for Asian Studies).
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Dutch Mauritius Conceptual Physical Science Practice Sheet Answers Chapter 14 Concepts Of Genetics 10th Edition Answer Key Concrete Island J G Ballard Concise History Of Western Music 3rd Edition Concrete Formwork Leonard Koel U.s.a Amer Concepts Of. The inaugural address was delivered by Drs P Moree (Royal Dutch Library, The Hague).
His specially written book A Concise History of Dutch in Mauritius (‑) was launched, as well as two books on Dodology published by the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of Mauritius. and Dutch Governments have organized a celebration programme from 18 to 23 September The festivities include the presentation of the book entitled Concise history of Dutch Mauritius, written by Drs Perry Moree (Royal Dutch Library) and the.
PDF | The iconic dodo Raphus cucullatus once occurred on the isolated Mascarene Island of Mauritius, situated in the southwestern Indian Ocean.
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Moree, P.J., A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, A Fruitful and Healthy Land, Kegan Paul International, Londonpp., ill. A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, – A Fruitful and Healthy Land, London: Kegan Paul International, Google Scholar Neveling, P., ‘Spirits of Capitalism and the De-Alienation of Workers: A Historical Perspective on the Mauritian Garment Industry’, WorkingPaper GZAA, MLU Halle-Wittenberg, Cited by: 2.
Dutch Mauritius (–) Main The public holidays of Mauritius involve the blending of several cultures from Mauritius's history. There are Hindu festivals, Chinese festivals, A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, – A Fruitful and Healthy Land.
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Lost Land of the Dodo: An Ecological History of Mauritius, Réunion & Rodrigues. Yale University Press. ISBN. Rape by the Dutch () It was in honour of Prince Maurice of Nassau, the President of the Dutch Republic, that Mauritius gained its current name. The Dutch East India Company initially used the island as a stopover to and from India via the southern tip of Africa.
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Moree Language: en Publisher by: Routledge This book describes the vicissitudes of the Dutch on Mauritius and examines the commanders of the island, from the successful Adriaen van der Stel to the despotic Isaac Lamotius, from the.
Id. at However, it was uninhabited by humans when the Dutch first arrived. Id. 4. See P.J. MOREE, A CONCISE HISTORY OF DUTCH MAURITIUS, –, at 12 (Paul van der Velde et al. eds., ) (“[W]e also found large birds, with wings as large as of a pigeon, so that they could not fly and were named penguins by the by: 5.
More has been written about the dodo Raphus cucullatus of Mauritius than any other bird. However, much of the information has been derived from few genuine but inadequate contemporary accounts and illustrations, yet a wealth of assumptions and over zealous mis-interpretation about dodos' ecology and morphology has taken place.
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