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A Sense of History:
a select bibliography on the history of Singapore

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Singapore, 1867-1914

 

Bishop, Charles J.  The Chinese laborer in Malaya, 1900-1922. 108p. Thesis (M.A.) - Ohio University, 1964. Microfilm.

Bogaars, George . The effect of the opening of the Suez Canal on the trade and development of Singapore. Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 38(1):99-143, 1955. 
[DS591 RASMJ]

Bogaars, George . The Suez Canal and the Singapore trade. 69p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1951. [HF3869.2 Bog]

Bogaars, George . The Tanjong Pagar Dock Company, 1864-1905. Singapore: Govt. Print. Off., 1956. (Memoirs of the Raffles Museum; no. 3) Pp. 117-266. [HE560 Sin.B]

Bogaars, George . The Tanjong Pagar Dock Co., Ltd., 1864-1905. 297p. Thesis (M.A.) - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1952. [HE560 Sin.B]

Brown, Edwin Arthur . Indiscreet memories. London: Kelly & Walsh, 1935. 258p. An account of European social life at the beginning of the twentieth century. [DS599.7 Bro]

Butcher, John G.  The British in Malaya, 1880-1941: the social history of a European community in colonial South-East Asia. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1979. 293p. Mainly devoted to the Malay Peninsula but has relevance to Singapore. [DS596.3 But]

Chen, Mong Hock . The early Chinese newspapers of Singapore, 1881-1912. Singapore: University of Malaya Press, 1967. 171p. Based on authorís thesis written in 1961under her married name, Mrs. Tan Seng Huat. [DS1 AST] [PN5449.12 Tan]

Cheng, Siok Hwa . Government legislation for Chinese secret societies in the late 19th century. Asian Studies, 10(2):262-271, 1972.

Cheng, Siok Hwa . Sir Cecil Clementi Smith as Colonial Secretary and Governor of the Straits Settlements, 1878-1885, 1887-1893. Journal of the South Seas Society, 28(1/2):34-71, Dec. 1973. [DS501 SSSJ]

Cheng, U Wen . British opium policy in the Straits Settlements, 1867-1910. 103 p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1960. [DS596.3 Lim]

Cheng, U Wen . Opium in the Straits Settlements, 1867-1910. Journal of Southeast Asian History, 2(1):57-75, 1961. [DS501 JSAH]

Chew, Ernest C. T.  Sir Frank Swettenham and the federation of the Malay states. Modern Asian Studies, 2(1):51-69, 1968. [DS1 MAS]

Chew, Phyllis . Tan Jiak Kim (1859-1917): Straits Chinese leader. 80p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Singapore,1976. [D6 *1976 2]

Chiang, Hai Ding . A history of Straits Settlements foreign trade, 1870-1915. Singapore: National Museum, 1978. 250p. A revision of author's thesis (Ph.D.), Australian National University, 1963. [HF3869 Chi]

Chiang, Hai Ding . Malaya in Parliament, 1857-1896. 94 p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS596 Chi]

Chiang, Hai Ding . Sino-British mercantile relations in Singapore's entrepot trade, 1870-1915. IN Chen, J. & Tarling, N., eds. Studies in the social history of China and Southeast Asia: essays in memory of Victor Purcell. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1970. Pp. 247-266. [DS774 Che]

Chiang, Hai Ding . The statistics of the Straits Settlements foreign trade, 1870-1915. Malayan Economic Review, 10(1):73-83, 1965. [HC497.1 MER]

Chin, Yoong Fong . The Chinese Protectorate in Selangor 1896-1906. Malaysia in History, 15(1):30-42, 1970. [DS591 MH]

Ching, Seow-Ying . A King's Chinese: a study of Song Ong Siang. iii, 49p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Singapore, 1973. [D6 *1973 8]

Chong, Nyuk Mui . Sir John Anderson as Governor and High Commissioner, 1904-1911. 51p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1958 [DS595.6 And.C]

Chong, Peng Hong . Chinese female immigration to the Straits Settlements from 1901 to 1941. 87p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1984. [D6 *1984 4]

Chua, Olivia . From Bras Basah to Changi: a history of prisons in pre-war Singapore. 70p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 4]

Chui, Kwei Chiang . Late Ching's modern enterprises and the Chinese in Singapore and Malaya, 1904-1911. Singapore: Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Graduate Studies, Nanyang University, 1976. 36 leaves. [HF3869.2 Chu]

Cook, J. A. Bethune . Sunny Singapore: an account of the place and its people, with a sketch of the results of missionary work. London: E. Stock, 1907. 183p. [BV3320.2 Coo]  

Cowan, C. D.  Nineteenth-century Malaya: the origins of British political control. London: Oxford University Press, 1961. 286p. [DS596 Cow]

Davies, John D.  The growth and development of local government in Singapore, 1848-1887. 58p. Academic exercise--Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1954. JS7172 Dav

DeBernardi, Jean . Lim Boon Keng and the invention of cosmopolitanism in the Straits Settlements. IN DeBernardi, J.; Forth, G. & Niessen, S., eds. Managing change in Southeast Asia: local identities, global connections. Montreal: Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies, 1995. Pp. 173-187. [DS501.5 Ccsc 21]

Dennys, N. B.  A descriptive dictionary of British Malaya. London: London and China Telegraph, 1894. 423p. [DS592 Den]

Doran, Christine . The Chinese cultural reform movement in Singapore: Singaporean Chinese identities and reconstruction of gender. Sojourn, 12(1):92-107, 1997. Looks at how the cultural reform movement led by leaders of the Straits Chinese community from 1895 to 1910 affected the lives of Chinese women in Singapore. [HN763.5 SSA]

Ee, Joyce . Chinese migration to Singapore, 1896-1941. Journal of Southeast Asian History, 2(1):33-51, 1961. [DS501 JSAS]

Ee, Joyce . A study of Chinese migration to Singapore, 1896-1941. 1 vol. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya. [DS599.4 Ee]

Falconer, John . A vision of the past: a history of early photography in Singapore and Malaya: the photographs of G.R. Lambert & Co., 1880-1910. Singapore: Times Editions, 1987. 192p. [DS599.2 Fal]

Feldwick, W.,  ed. Present day impressions of the Far East and prominent and progressive Chinese at home and abroad: the history, people, commerce, industries and resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-China, Malaya and Netherlands. London: Globe Encyclopedia, 1917. 1211p. Has a section on Malaya and the Straits Settlements which includes information on companies and prominent individuals. [DS508 Fel]

Fong, Lai Yoke . The Singapore Chinese Advisory Board 1889-1933. 91p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 6]

Galbraith, J. S.  The "turbulent frontier" as a factor in British expansion. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2:150-168, 1960. [HM101 CSSH]

Godley, Michael R.  The late Ch'ing courtship of the Chinese in Southeast Asia. Journal of Asian Studies, 34(2):361-385, 1975. [DS1 JAS]

Godley, Michael R.  The mandarin-capitalists from Nanyang: overseas Chinese enterprise and the modernization of China, 1893-1911. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 1977. 364p. Thesis (Ph.D.) - Brown University, 1973. [HF3869 God]

Gwee, Thian Hock . A nonya mosaic: my mother's childhood. Singapore: Times Books International, 1985. 154p. An account of the life and customs of a well-to-do Singapore baba family in the early twentieth century. [DS599.51 Sln.G]

Harbhajan Singh Gill . The Singapore Babas, 1897-1909. 37p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS599.4 Har]

Hong, Lysa . The intellectual awakening and social reforms of the Chinese in Singapore 1894-1910.  
60p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Singapore, 1976. [D6 *1976 5]  

Huff, W. G.  Bookkeeping, barter, money, credit, and Singapore's international rice trade, 1870-1939. Explorations in Economic History 26(2):161-189, 1989. [HC10 EEH]

Hyde, Francis E.  Far Eastern trade, 1860-1914. London: A. & C. Black, 1973. 229p. 
[HF3768 Eur.H]  

Innes, J. R.  Report on the census of the Straits Settlements taken on the 1st March 1901. 152p. Microfilm.

Jackson, James C.  Chinese agricultural pioneering in Singapore and Johore, 1800-1917. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 38(1):77-105, 1965. [DS591 RASMJ]

Jackson, James C.  Planters and speculators: Chinese and European agricultural enterprise in Malaya, 1786-1921. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 1968. 312p. [S471.1 Jac]

Jackson, R. N.  Grasping the nettle: first succeses in the struggle to govern the Chinese in Singapore. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 40(1):130-139, 1967. 
[DS591 RASMJ]

Jackson, R. N.  Immigrant labour and the development of Malaya, 1786-1920. Kuala Lumpur: Govt. Press, 1961. 162p. [HD8769 Jac]

Jackson, R. N.  Pickering: protector of Chinese. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1965. 127p. [DS595.6 Pic.J]

Jamilah Othman . Sayyid Shaykh al-Hadi: his role in the transformation of Muslim societies in Peninsular Malaya and the Straits Settlements during the latter half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. 128p. Thesis (M.A.) - Dept. of Malay Studies, National University of Singapore, 1987. [PL5100 1987 1]

Jansen, Ronald Denis . The idea of Singapore as a naval base and the abandonment of that idea, 1885-1905. 76p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1954. [VA70.12 Jan]

Jasbir Kaur Dhaliwal . English education in the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States, 1896-1941. 93p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1961. [LA1237 Jas]

Jispal Singh . Political banishment in Malaya, 1900-1941. 92p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1989. [D6 *1989 12]

Jose, Jim . Imperial rule and the ordering of intellectual space: the formation of the Straits Philosophical Society. Crossroads, 12(2):23-54, 1998. [DS501 JCA]

Kanayson, Ampalavanar . The newspapers of Singapore, 1824-1914. 94p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1956. [PN5449.12 Kan]

Khoo, Heng Hock . Medical services in the Straits Settlements, 1867-1905. 133p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1955. [RA395.1 Kho]

Khoo, Kay Kim . Malay society, 1874-1920s. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 5(2):179-198, 1974. [DS501 JSAS]

Khoo, Kay Kim . The municipal government of Singapore, 1887-1940. 67p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1960. [JS7152.3 Kho]

Khoo, Kay Kim . Sir John Anderson in Malaya, 1904-1911. IN Barrington, B., ed. Empires, imperialism and Southeast Asia: essays in honour of Nicholas Tarling. Clayton, Vic.: Monash Asia Institute, 1997. Pp. 60-82. [DS525.9 Gre.Em]

Khoo, Kay Kim . The Western Malay states, 1850-1873: the effects of commercial development on Malay politics. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1972. A revision of the author's thesis (M.A.), University of Malaya, 1967. [DS596.2 Kho]

Kiong, Beng Huat . Educational progress in Singapore, 1870-1902. 1 vol. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1953. [LA1239.2 Kio]

Koh, Joh Ting . Child death in municipal Singapore, 1900-1930: an analysis of the evidence of the coroner's court. 59p. Academic exercise--Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 9]

Kratoska, Paul H.,  ed. Honourable intentions: talks on the British Empire in South-East Asia delivered at the Royal Colonial Institute, 1874-1928. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1983. 470p. [DS596.3 Hon]

Krishnan, Edith Nirmala . Sir Arthur Young in the Straits Settlements, 1906-1919. 65p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS595.6 You.K]

Kuldip Singh . Municipal sanitation in Singapore, 1887-1940. 84p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 10]

Lane, S. A.  Singapore Harbour Board. IN Feldwick, W., ed. Present day impressions of the Far East and prominent and progessive Chinese at home and abroad: the history, people, commerce, industries and resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-China, Malaya and Netherlands. London: Globe Encyclopedia, 1917. Pp. 806-808. [DS508 Fel]

Lee, Edwin . The British as rulers governing multi-racial Singapore 1867-1914. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1991. 314p. [DS599.61]

Lee, Edwin . Introduction. IN Song, Ong Siang. One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1984. Pp. v-xv. An account of the life of Sir Song Ong Siang. [DS599.6 Son]

Lee, Edwin . Singapore 1867-1914: British rule in a multi-racial society. 429p. Thesis (Ph.D.) - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1983. [D6 *1983 19]

Lee, Lai To . The attitude of the Straits government towards Sun Yat-sen, 1900-1911. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1987. Pp. 35-47. [DS523.4 Chi.Ni]

Lee, Lai To . Chinese consular representatives and the Straits government in the nineteenth century. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. Early Chinese immigrant societies: case studies from North America and British Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia , 1988. Pp. 64-94. [DS599.4 *Chi.Ea]

Lee, Ting Hui . Chinese education in Malaya 1894-1911: nationalism in the first Chinese schools. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1987. Pp. 48-65. [DS523.4 Chi.Ni]

Legge, John . The Colonial Office and Governor Ord. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 29(1):1-7, 1998. [DS501 JSAS]

Leong, Sin May . Studies of language in the Straits Settlements and the Malay States, 1875-1919. 67p. Academic exercise - Dept. of English Language & Literature, National University of Singapore, 1984. [PR13 *1984 15]

Leong, Stephen . The Chinese in Malaya and China's politics 1895-1911. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 50(2):7-24, 1977. [DS591 RASMJ]

Leong, Yee Fong . The administration of Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell, 1894-1899. 52p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1961. [DS595.6 Mit.L]

Leung, Yuen Sang . The economic life of the Chinese in late nineteenth-century Singapore. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. Early Chinese immigrant societies: case studies from North America and British Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia , 1988. Pp. 64-126-155. [DS599.4 *Chi.Ea]

Leung, Yuen Sang . Religion and revolution: the response of the Singapore Chinese Christians to the revolutionary movement in China. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1987. Pp. 66-89. [DS523.4 Chi.Ni]

Lim, Boon Keng . The Chinese in Malaya. IN Feldwick, W., ed. Present day impressions of the Far East and prominent and progressive Chinese at home and abroad: the history, people, commerce, industries and resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-China, Malaya and Netherlands. London: Globe Encyclopedia, 1917. Pp. 875-882. [DS508 Fel]

Lim, Edward Huck Tee . The Malayan Civil Service, 1896-1941. 115p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1960. [JQ696.2 Lim]

Lim, Joo Hock . Chinese female immigration into the Straits Settlements, 1860-1901. 1 vol. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1952. [JV8515.1 Lim]

Lo, Wai Fun . The transfer of the Straits Settlements from the Indian Office to the Colonial Office in 1867. 53p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1957. [DS596.2 Lo]

Loh, Philip Fook Seng . Seeds of separatism: educational policy in Malaya, 1874-1940. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1975. 165p. [LA1236 Loh]

Looi, Darryl Wun Kion . The Straits Settlements government: a study of the Straits Settlements Executive Council 1867-1941. 56p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1995. [D6 *1995 16]

McIntyre, W. David . The Imperial frontier in the tropics, 1865-75: a study of British colonial policy in West Africa, Malaya and the South Pacific in the age of Gladstone and Disraeli. London: Macmillan, 1967. 421p. [JV1017 Maci]

McNair, J. F. A.  Miscellaneous numerical returns [and] Straits Settlements population [for the year] 1871. 41p. Microfilm.

Makepeace, Walter E.  & Braddell, Roland St. John  & Brooke, G. S.,  eds. One hundred years of Singapore. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1991. 2 vols. Reprint. Originally published in London, 1921. [DS599.6 Mak]

Marriott, H.  Report on the census of the Straits Settlements, taken on the 10th March, 1911. 122p. Microfilm.

Merewether, E. M.  Report on the census of the Straits Settlements taken on the 5th April 1891. 156p. Microfilm.

Miscellaneous numerical returns [and] Straits Settlements population, 1881 (according to census taken in 1881). 56p. Microfilm.

Mugliston, G. R. K.  I remember Ö Singapore 1908-1927. British Malaya, 16(12):150-152, Apr. 1942; 17(1):175-184, 1942. [DS591 M]

Mugliston, G. R. K.   I remember Ö Singapore 1908-1927. British Malaya, 17(1):5-7, May 1942; 17(1):175-184, 1942. [DS591 M]

Nelson, W. Evan . The gold standard in Mauritius and the Straits Settlements between 1850-1914. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 16(1):48-76, 1987. [DA10 JICH]

Ng, Siew Yoong . The Chinese Protectorate in Singapore, 1877-1900. Journal of Southeast Asian History, 2(1):76-99, 1961. [DS501 JSAS]

Ng, Siew Yoong . Chinese Protectorate 1877-1900. 47p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1955. [JQ725 Ng]

Ong, Adrian . Straits Chinese politics 1890-1942. 74p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 13]

Ooi, Swee Lee . The first Colonial Governor: Sir Harry Ord, 1867-1873. 52p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS599.51 Ord.O]

Parkinson, C. Northcote . British intervention in Malaya, 1867-1877. Singapore: University of Malaya Press, 1960. 384p. [DS596.3 Par]

Parry, Yolanda Edelweiss . Sir Frank Swettenham as Governor and High Commissioner, February 1901-October 1903. 50p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1958. [DS595.6 Swe.P]

Paul, Grace . The Poh Leung Kuk in Singapore: protection of women and girls. 92p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1990. [D6 *1990 14]

Png, Poh Seng . The Straits Chinese in Singapore: a case of local identity and socio-cultural accomodation. Journal of Southeast Asian History, 10(1):95-114, 1969. [DS501 JSAH]

Reid, Anthony . Merchant imperialist: W. H. Read and the Dutch Consulate in the Straits Settlements. IN Barrington, Brooke, ed. Empires, imperialism and Southeast Asia: essays in honour of Nicholas Tarling. Clayton, Vic.: Monash Asia Institute, 1997. Pp. 34-59. An account of W. H. Read's long and influential service with the Dutch crown from 1873; of which there was no mention in his memoirs. [DS525.9 Gre.Em]

Reith, G. M.  Handbook to Singapore. 2nd ed. Rev. by Walter Makepeace . Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1985. Reprint; with an introduction by Paul Kratoska . Originally published in 1892 by Reith, the Handbook was revised by Makekepeace fifteen years later in 1907. [DS599.2 Rei]

Retnam, Eric Selvaretnam . The trade of Singapore, 1869-1896. 77p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1961. HF3869.2 Ret

Rimmer, Peter J.  Hackney carriage syces and rikisha pullers in Singapore: a colonial registrar's perspective on the public transport, 1892-1923. IN Rimmer, P. J. & Allen, L. M., eds. The underside of Malaysian history: pullers, prostitutes, plantation workers. Singapore: Singapore University Press for Malaysia Society of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, 1990. Pp. 129-160. [HD8769 Und]

Roff, William R.  The Malayo-Muslim community of Singapore in the late 19th century. Journal of Asian Studies, 24:75-89, 1964. [DS1 JAS]

Roff, William R.  The origins of Malay nationalism. Singapore: University of Malaya Press, 1967. 297p. [DS596 Rof]

Ross, J. D.  Sixty years: life and adventure in the Far East. London: Hutchinson, 1911. 2 vols. [DS508 Ros]

Sadka, E.  The protected Malay States, 1874-1895. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 1968. 464p. [DS596.3 Sad]

Saminathan Veloo . The Tanjong Pagar Dock Board, 1905-1913. 64p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [HE560 Sin.V]

SarDesai, D. R.  British trade and expansion in Southeast Asia, 1830-1914. New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 1977. 302p. Has a chapter on Singapore. [HF3508 Asi.S]

SarDesai, D. R.  Trade and empire in Malaya and Singapore, 1869-1874. Athens: Ohio University, Center for International Studies, 1970. 17 leaves. [HD3866.1 Sar]

Sherry, Norman . Conrad's eastern world. London: Cambridge University Press, 1966. 340p. [PR6005 C754*S]

Shimizu, Hajime . Southeast Asia in modern Japanese thought: essays on Japanese-Southeast Asian relationship, 1880-1940. Nagasaki: Nagasaki Prefectural University, 1997. 304p. Contains, amongst other, articles on Japanese economic penetration into Southeast Asia including pre-war Borneo, Malaya and Singapore. [DS849 Sou.S]  

Shimizu, Hiroshi . Karayuki-san and the Japanese economic advance into British Malaya, 1870-1920. Asian Studies Review, 20(3):107-132, 1997. [DS1 ASR]

Shimizu, Hiroshi . Kobeís overseas Chinese merchants and Japanís trade expansion into pre-war Southeast Asia. Asian Culture, 21:1-18, June 1997. [DS1 AC]

Sidhu, Jagjit S.  Administration in the Federated Malay States 1896-1920. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1980. 227p. [DS596.3 Jag]

The Singapore Mutiny of 1912. IN Feldwick, W., ed. Present day impressions of the Far East and prominent and progressive Chinese at home and abroad: the history, people, commerce, industries and resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-China, Malaya and Netherlands. London: Globe Encyclopedia, 1917. Pp. 804-806. [DS508 Fel]

Sport in Malaya. IN Feldwick, W., ed. Present day impressions of the Far East and prominent and progressive Chinese at home and abroad: the history, people, commerce, industries and resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-China, Malaya and Netherlands. London: Globe Encyclopedia, 1917. Pp. 882. [DS508 Fel]

Sodhy, Pamela . United States consuls in Singapore 1859-1880. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 56(1):12-33, 1983. [DS591 RASMJ]

Song, Ong Siang . One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1984. 602p. Reprint. Originally published in London, 1902. A major source on the Singapore Chinese in this period. [DS599.6 Son]

Stevenson, Rex . Cultivators and administrators: British educational policy towards the Malays, 1875-1906. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1975. 240p. [LA1236 Ste

Stockwell, A. J.  Early tourism in Malaya. IN Hitchcock, Michael; King, Victor T. & Parnwell, Michael J. G., eds. Tourism in South-East Asia. London: Routledge, 1993. Pp. 258-270. [HD9999 Tou.Tou]

Swettenham, Frank Athelstane . British Malaya. London: Allen & Unwin, 1955. 380p. Reprint. Originally published in London, 1948. [DS596 Swe]

Tan, Linda Kok Fong . The development of the Straits Settlements civil service 1867-1896. 88p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1957. [JQ696.3 Tan]

Tan, Seng Huat, Mrs.  The early Chinese newspapers of Singapore, 1881-1912. 224p. Thesis (M.A.) - Dept. of History, University of Singapore, 1963. Published in 1967 by University of Malaya Press under her maiden name, Chen Mong Hock. [PN5449.12 Che]

Tan, Seng Huat, Mrs.  The life and times of Sayyid Shaykh al-Hadi. 133p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1961. [DS595.6 Had.C]

Tan, Song Chuan . The career of Sir George Maxwell in Malaya, 1891-1926. Journal of the South Seas Society, 21(1&2):60-94. [DS501 SSSJ]

Tan, Song Chuan . Career of Sir George Maxwell in Malaya, 1891-1926. 63p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS595.6 Max.T]

Tay, Lee Cheng . Economic development of Singapore 1870-1880. 100p. Academic exercise - Dept. of Economics and Statistics, University of Singapore, 1979. [HD30 *1979 14]

Tay, Seow Huah . The history of the Singapore Police Force, 1819-1889. 52p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1956. [HV7839.2 Tay]

Thio, Eunice . British policy in the Malay Peninsula, 1880-1910. Vol. 1: The southern and central states. Singapore: University of Malaya Press, 1969. A revised and expanded version of the author's thesis (Ph.D.), University of London, 1956. [DS596.3 Thi]

Titi Murni Monir . The control of veneral disease in Singapore, 1890-1940. 46p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1995. [D6 *1995 23]

Tong, Teck Ing . Opium in the Straits Settlements, 1867-1909. 50p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1955. [DS596.3 Ton]

Trocki, Carl A.  The collapse of Singaporeís Great Syndicate. IN Butcher, J. & Dick, H., eds. The rise and fall of revenue farming: business elites and the emergence of the modern state in Southeast Asia. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. Pp. 166-181. The Great Opium Syndicate, a revenue farming alliance formed by Tan Seng Poh, Cheang Hong Lim and Tan Hiok Nee, dominated the the local economy and Chinese society from its inception in 1870 to its break-up in 1880. [HJ3639 Sou.Ri]

Trocki, Carl A.  Drugs, taxes, and Chinese capitalism in Southeast Asia. IN Brook, Timothy & Wakabayashi, Bob Tadashi, eds. Opium regimes: China, Britain, and Japan, 1839-1952. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2000. Pp. 79-104. Examines the opium revenue farming system in Southeast Asia during the nineteenth century and the links between these institutions and the growth of capitalist enterprises in the region. [HV5840 Chi.Op]

Trocki, Carl A.  Tan Seng Poh. IN Butcher, J. & Dick, H., eds. The rise and fall of revenue farming: business elites and the emergence of the modern state in Southeast Asia. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. Pp. 249-261. Tan was a major figure in revenue farming from 1862 until his death in 1879. He was actively involved in the formation of the Great Syndicate, which held the combined farms of Singapore, Johor, Riau and Melaka from 1870 to 1879. [HJ3639 Sou.Ri]

Trocki, Carl A.  Opium and empire: Chinese society in colonial Singapore, 1800-1910. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990. 260p. [HN770.2 Tro]

Trocki, Carl A.  The rise and fall of the Ngee Heng Kongsi in Singapore. IN Ownby, D. & Somers Heidhues, M., eds. "Secret societies" reconsidered: perspectives on the social history of modern South China and Southeast Asia. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1993. Pp. 89-119. [HS310 Sec]

Visvanathan, Ramalingam . Riots in Singapore, 1900-1940. 47p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [HV6485.12 Vis]

Wakefield, C. C.  Future trade in the Far East. London: Whittaker, 1896. 184p. Has sections on Borneo, Malaya and Singapore. [HF3766 Wak]

Wang, Gungwu.  Chinese reformists and revolutionaries in the Straits Settlements, 1900-1911. 1 vol. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1953. [DS596 Wan]

Wang, Gungwu . Sun Yat-sen and Singapore. Journal of the South Seas Society, 15(2):55-68, 1959. [DS501 JSAS]

Wang, Sophia . Thomas Braddell. 55p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, University of Malaya, 1959. [DS595.6 Bra.W]

Warren, James Francis . Ah ku and karayuki-san: prostitution in Singapore, 1870-1940. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1993. 433p. [HQ255.12 War]

Warren, James Francis . Chinese prostitution in Singapore: recruitment and brothel organisation. IN Jaschok, M. & Miers, S., eds. Women and Chinese patriarchy: submission, servitude, and escape. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University, 1994. Pp. 77-107. Examined how prostitution was organised and regulated in the period from 1880 to 1940. [HQ1768 Wom]

Warren, James Francis . Prostitution and the politics of venereal disease: Singapore, 1870-98. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 21(2): 360-383, 1990. [DS501 JSAS]

Warren, James Francis . Rickshaw coolie: a people's history of Singapore 1880-1940. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1986. 391p. [HD8039 Ric.W]

Warren, James Francis . The Singapore rickshaw pullers: the social organisation of a coolie occupation, 1880-1940. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 16(1):1-15, 1985. [DS501 JSAS]

Warren, James Francis . Social history and the photograph: glimpses of the Singapore rickshaw coolie in the early 20th century. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 58(1):29-42, 1985. [DS591 RASMJ]

Wen, Chung Chi . The nineteenth-century Imperial Chinese Consulate in the Straits Settlements: origins and development. 295p. Thesis (M.A.) - Dept. of History, University of Singapore, 1964. [JX1838 Wen]

Winstedt, Richard Olof . Start from alif: count from one: an autobiographical memoire. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1969. 186p. Has a description of his impressions of Singapore in 1902. [DS596.3 Win]

Wong, C. S. The protector and the triad societies: an outline survey. Journal of Southeast Asian Researches, 2:65-75, 1966. [DS501 JSR]

Wong, Shirleen Su Lynn . Chinese marriage in Singapore: customary law and English common law in conflict and accomodation 1867-1942. 74p. Academic exercise - Dept. of History, National University of Singapore, 1995. [D6 *1995 25]

Wong, Sin Kiong . The Chinese boycott: a social movement in Singapore and Malaya in the early twentieth century. Southeast Asian Studies, 36(2):230-253. [DS510.7 SAS]

Wright, Arnold  & Cartwright, H. A.,  eds. Twentieth century impressions of British Malaya: its history, people, commerce, industries, and resources. London: Lloyd's Greater Britain Pub., 1908. 959p. [DS592 Twe]

Wright, Arnold  & Cartwright, H. A.,  eds. Twentieth century impressions of British Malaya: its history, people, commerce, industries, and resources. Abridged ed. Singapore: Graham Brash, 1989. 285p. Reprint. Originally published: London by Lloyd's Greater Britain Pub. Co., 1908. [DS592 Twe]

Wright, Arnold  & Reid, Thomas H.  The Malay Peninsula: a record of British progress in the Middle East. London: T.F. Unwin, 1912. 360p. [DS592 Wri]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Chinese revolutionary movement in Malaya, (1900-1911). Thesis (Ph.D.) - Australian National University, 1969. 2 vols. Microfilm.

Yen, Ching Hwang . Chinese revolutionary propaganda organizations in Singapore and Malaya, 1906-1911. Journal of the South Seas Society, 29(1/2):47-67, Dec. 1974. [DS501 SSSJ]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Ch'ing's sale of honours and Chinese leadership in Singapore and Malaya 1877-1912. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1(2):20-32, 1970. [DS501 JSAS]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Community and politics: the Chinese in colonial Singapore and Malaysia. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 348p. A collection of twelve articles previously published in various journals between 1970 and 1993. [DS599.4 Yen]

Yen, Ching Hwang . The Confucian revival movement in Singapore and Malaysia 1899-1911. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 3(2):33-57, 1976. [DS501 JSAS]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Coolies and mandarins: China's protection of overseas Chinese during the late Ch'ing period (1851-1911). Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1985. 413p. [JV8701 Yen]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Early Chinese clan organization in Singapore and Malaya 1819-1911. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 13(1):62-87, 1981. [DS501 JSAS]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Early Chinese clan organizations in Singapore and Malaya, 1819-1911. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. Early Chinese immigrant societies: case studies from North America and British Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia , 1988. Pp. 186-229. [DS599.4 *Chi.Ea]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Nanyang Cinese and the 1911 revolution. IN Lee, Lai To, ed. The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1987. Pp. 20-34. [DS523.4 Chi.Ni]

Yen, Ching Hwang . The overseas Chinese and the 1911 revolution: with special reference to Singapore and Malaya. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1976. 439p. Based on thesis (Ph.D.) - Australian National University, 1969. [DS773 Yen]

Yen, Ching Hwang . Overseas Chinese nationalism in Singapore and Malaya, 1877-1912. Modern Asian Studies, 16(3):397-425, 1982. [DS1 MAS]

Yen, Ching Hwang . A social history of the Chinese in Singapore and Malaya 1800-1911. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1986. 433p. [HN770.2 Yen]

Yeoh, Brenda S. A.  Contesting space: power relations and the urban built environment in colonial Singapore. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1996. 351p. Covers the period between the 1880s and the 1920s. [HT243.12 Yeo]

Yeoh, Brenda S. A.  The control of "sacred" space: conflicts over the Chinese burial grounds in colonial Singapore, 1880-1930. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 22(2):282-311, 1991. [DS501 JSAS]

Yeoh, Brenda S. A.  Municipal control, Asian agency and the urban built-environment in colonial Singapore, 1880-1929. 2 vols (445 leaves). Thesis (D. Phil.) - Oxford University, 1991. [G58*BL 8]

Yeoh, Brenda S. A.  Street names in colonial Singapore. Geographical Review, 82(3): 313-322, 1992. [G1 GR]

Yeoh, Brenda S. A.  Urban sanitation, health and water supply in late nineteenth and early twentieth century colonial Singapore. South East Asia Research, 1(2):143-172, 1993. [DS501 SEAR]

Yong, C. F.  Emergence of Chinese community leaders in Singapore 1890-1941. Journal of the South Seas Society, 30(1/2):1-18, 1975. [DS501 SSSJ]

Yong, C. F.  Patterns and traditions of loyalty in the Chinese community of Singapore, 1900-1941. New Zealand Journal of History 1970 4(1): 77-87. [DU400 NJH]

Yong, C. F.  & McKenna, R. B.  Sir Arthur Young and political control of the Chinese in Malaya and Singapore, 1911-19. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 57(2):1-30, 1984. [DS591 RASMJ]

 

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